The Hackney Empire is a theatre on Mare Street, in the London Borough of Hackney, built in 1901 as a music hall.
Stunning Matcham theatre, staging comedy, good touring theatre (e.g. RSC) and a famous panto
From musical to pantomime , comedy to thought provoking this historical theatre is worth a visit (10 minutes walk away)
Beautiful theatre opposite the cinema. Worth going if there's something you're interested in seeing.
Amazing local venue showing everything from concerts and stand up comedy to gay bingo and opera!
“Really good cinema with local feel. Great bar and cafe too. Book online before you go. You can get her eby taking the W15 bus”
“One of Londons last remaining tudor houses. Sutton house was built in 1535 by Sir Ralph Sadleir. By 1540 he was Secretary of State to Heny VIII and his as his family home. ”
“This bar-restaurant-club draws on a Nordic aesthetic and occupies the previously deserted old Hackney rail station. Upstairs is a music venue playing of-the-moment bands. Open late!”
“London Fields Lido is a 50m Olympic size, heated outdoor swimming pool open all year round and located in Hackney, central London.”
“The Arcola Theatre always puts on amazing shows. It also has a casual bar that sometimes has live jazz or other music playing later on the weekends. This theatre is a must visit for anyone interested in theatre. Shows are usually quite thought provoking and at times challenging.”