The glorious Gallery Café and St Margaret’s House in Bethnal Green has a wide and varied circle of friends. Artists, poets, musicians, teachers… the line up is diverse and wonderful. And the Luna Games Collective are a new gang bringing together their own selection of fine creatives to the programme. Five-piece alt-folk band Dear Brother will be sharing songs from their debut EP, the gentle guitars, harp, drums and thoughtful lyricism likely to flicker beautifully around the room. Caleb Femi is the Young People’s Laureate for London, and has performed at the Barbican, British Library, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Festival Hall and St Margaret’s House. He has produced documentaries, teaches, and is working on a debut pamphlet, some of which he will share tonight. Jack McNeil goes by the name of Oren, and splits his time between London, Berlin and York. Back in the city, he’ll bring new and experimental electronica to the stage. Not neglecting the visual, Fabio Forin, a photographer and writer based in London, is launching his exhibition LIMINAL. He was selected for the highly prestigious Taylor Wessing Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in 2016. Whatever art form grabs you, there’ll be something at Luna Games Wednesday event. And if not, just tuck in to a delicious vegan pizza and cake.
E2ConcertThursday March 30