Before the Show (doors open 6.30pm)
Come and sample delicious food at our a pop-up stall run by chef Matt Tarantini from Roxie’s BBQ Spot. You can purchase food before the show and during the interval.
- Homemade Ancho chilli hummus
- Rustic baguettes from The Bread Pedlar
- Cabbage and kohlrabi slaw with a coriander and lime dressing
- Tomato, feta and onion salad in basil infused oil
- Bulgar wheat, smoked tomato and Bobby bean salad
- Barley, roasted red pepper and kalamata olive salad
- Caesar salad
- And more…!
There will be craft beer, wine and soft drinks by Matthew Collins also available to purchase. All profits from the sale of alcohol will go to Hope Not Hate – never has there been a better reason for a tipple!
A photography exhibition by Daniele Lamarche will be on display near the bar.
As a photographer and former researcher into race crime in Tower Hamlets, Daniele will display a collection of photographic transfers of some of the racial, homophobic and sexist graffiti collated in the borough during the 1980s. As an appropriate reminder of where we’ve been and how we’ve progressed. Messages of hope alongside violent hostility also provide role models for hope and courage in the face of intolerance.
“We are condemned to repeat mistakes if we do not learn from history”
Come and learn the song ‘I Can’t Keep Quiet‘ in harmony with One and a Half Glasses of Wine – an open choir collective. They will be performing during the pre-show, singing the song that began at the Women’s March in Washington D.C by the artist MILCK with the ethos, “When we harmonize we cannot be divided”. You will have the opportunity to learn the song with them, or you can just sit back and enjoy the collective singing! #icantkeepquiet