Andy and Graham from stomping folk band Ringlefinch join us in the studio for a quick chat and are joined by 2 more out of the seven members of the band for a preview of their new single ‘Drink Alone’.
Creative director Anna Maloney tells us about Hackney Wick’s annual arts festival, Hackney WickED attracting thousands of people to the area every year. The festival ill take place on the 1st-3rd August.
Ansel Neckles from the creative agency Let’s Be Brief tells us about their Pop-Up school aimed at creative entrepreneurs and businesses. This summer sees the second series of workshops and talks covering the essentials around many creative industries.
On this episode of EastCast we talk to Ansel Neckles about the Let’s Be Brief pop up school specialised in workshops for local businesses, Anna Maloney tells us about Hackney’s Wick’s annual arts festival Hackney Wicked, we dig out an interview with the now renowned homeless artist John Dolan and we welcome the band Ringlefinch for some live music in the studio. We have music on the show by Blues Pills, Songhoy Blues, the Range and Jacco Gardner.
Pop along to the Narrow Way at the top of Mare Street for a special day with Hackney Museum filled with something for everyone!
Visit the pop-up studio with Pearl Wise, Martha McAlpine and Ana Xavier from 10.30am and until 4pm.
We’ll be there to hear your memories of shopping in the Narrow Way and how you spend your days there.
See you later!
Creative workspace and Creative Blocks and it’s annex cafe Curio Cabal in Haggerston have been lovingly nurtured into a creative hub and ever evolving ‘den’ by Matt Broughton and Jeremy Duffy over the past 18 months.
Matt Broughton takes us on his Audio Route through the venture.
A little something from the EastCast back catelogue: You have probably seen a multicoloured mushroom or two on rooftops across the East End, and former EastCaster Tom Du Croz managed to track down the elusive artist responsible for them.
The Line is a sculpture walk that will run right through East London, showcasing new as well as established talent. With just a few weeks to go before opening time, Newham born and bred athlete Christine Ohuruogu talks to The Line sculpture walk in support of their venture.