This small museum tracing the history of one of the most ethnically diverse neighbourhoods in the country is particularly stylish, with...
St Augustine’s Tower
West of Sutton House in the restored St John’s Churchyard Gardens is 13th-century St Augustine’s Tower , all that remains of a church...
Sutton House was originally known as Bryk Place when it was built in 1535 by a prominent courtier of Henry VIII, Sir Ralph Sadleir....
Though this somewhat made-over pub, just northeast of London Fields, touts itself as a retro gastropub, we come here to drink. It’s...
A simple, one-room affair that celebrates the Italian 'lardo' – the cured back fat of rare-breed pigs scented with aromatic herbs....
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Hackney Empire information
The programing at this renovated Edwardian Music Hall (1901) is eclectic to say the least and certainly defines ‘something for everyone’ – from hard-edged political theatre to opera and comedy. The Empire is definitely one of the best places to catch a pantomime at Christmas.