WHAT’S ON @ CentrE17

All our ticketed events are BYOB
Doors open 10-15 mins before time stated on ticket


Friday 7th September – Last Frame Film Club presents: Land of the Free
Thursday 27th September – Last Frame Film Club presents: Radio Kobani
Friday 28th September – Canned Laughter 7
Saturday 29th September – Stow Film Lounge presents:
ISLE OF DOGS (Wes Anderson, 2018, Cert PG)




A season of work inspired by, written by and performed by women – More information coming soon

Every MONDAY 7pm – 8pm

Clare’s Dance Class: Beginners


Clare’s Dance Class is a fun class for Beginners teaching simple iconic routines from movies & musicals in a relaxed setting.  Taught by MovE17’s Clare Farrow, each term you will learn a new routine and varied dance styles – from Saturday Night Fever to Chicago and Thriller! to Uptown Funk.

Open to all adults (18 years +).  Level: Beginner

Classes during school term time

£10 drop in, £8 term rate payable in advance



Every TUESDAY 7pm – 8pm

E17 Yoga


Donation based class (£7 suggested min donation) – to take part, just turn up.

Open level gentle flow vinyasa class that includes breathing and meditation.


Every WEDNESDAY 7pm-8.30pm

Choir 17


Choir 17 is a friendly, uplifting, modern mixed choir who aim to sound great and feel great! We sing popular music, mostly from the 1970s to 2000s, with the odd golden oldie and modern classic thrown in.  Everything is taught by ear so you don’t need to be able to read music, just bring your love for music and your enthusiasm to try something new.

Singing in a choir is scientifically proven to be great for your health and wellbeing: it’s also a fantastic way to make friends and feel a sense of achievement. For more information head to www.choir17.com.

Over 16s only. Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Just turn up – First 3 sessions are free.
After that it’s £9 per session to pay-as-you-go, or £8 per session to pay termly in advance.


Movers and Shakers
Baby & Toddler Group for Up to 4 years


Movers and shakers is a music and movement class including signing, bubbles, parachute, puppets and instruments.

A fun-filled 30 mins session full of singing in a group with other children and parents, with lots of activities to interest the kids instruments, puppets, parachutes and bubbles.

This is a MIXED AGES drop in session for babies and toddlers

Friday 7th September – 7:15pm
Last Frame Film Club presents:
Land of the Free

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Land of the Free, 2017. Camilla Magid

*UK PREMIERE* Land of the Free follows three ex-convicts and their loved ones, in the two years after their release from prison as they strive to find a new place in society. An intimate portrait of humanity in a deeply troubling environment where the prison industrial system often targets and holds back people of colour.


IDFA, The Netherlands, November
Zurich Film Festival, Switzerland, September
Telluride Film Festival, USA, September
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Czech Republic, July
CPH:DOX, Denmark, March

Advance Ticket – £5 / £4 for Waltham Forest residents or Concessions, contact us at info@lastframeclub.com

Tickets available on the door £7, booking in advance is highly recommended.

***No bar on site – please feel free to bring your own drinks. All Last Frame events are 18+ unless specified. All our events are bring your own drinks and snacks. Your ticket includes free popcorn! Your ticket give you access to discounts and freebies such as % off courses, free monthly subscriptions to online documentary platforms and more. **


Thursday 27th September – 7:15pm
Last Frame Film Club presents:
Radio Kobani

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Reber Dosky (1975, Dohuk/Kurdistan). 

Living in The Netherlands since 1998, Reber Dosky studied film direction at the Netherlands Film Academy. He completed his studies with The Call (2013), about the impact of war and displacement on the relation between a father and a son. The Call won several awards on international film festivals. The short documentary the Sniper of Kobani(2015) brought the international breakthrough of Reber Dosky and was awarded at multiple festivals.

At Last Frame Club we are bringing you his 2 latest films short + feature that have travelled to festivals all around the world.

Radio Kobani| The Netherlands| 69 mins |Reber Dosky

Out of the smoke and dust of battle came Radio Kobanî, the brainchild of 20-year-old Dilovan. A young Kurdish woman, Dilovan took it upon herself to document the final days of IS control, and the stories of refugees returning to their flattened homes. Despite her harrowing experiences, Dilovan’s positivity is resilient. Her belief is vindicated by the strength of Kobanî’s citizens and their capacity to collaborate in the face of destruction.

If you require a BSL interpreter please do let us know at info@lastframeclub.com


International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the Netherlands (16 – 27 November, 2016)
CPH:DOX Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, Denmark (16 – 26 March, 2017
Movies That Matter, the Netherlands (24 March – 1 April, 2017)
Ismailia International Film Festival, Egypt (19 – 25 April, 2017)
Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, Australia (4 – 18 May, 2017)
DOCUMENTAMADRID – International Madrid Documentary Festival, Spain (4 – 14 May, 2017)
DocuTIFF – Tirana International Documentary Film Festival, Albania (10 – 17 May, 2017)
Sheffield Doc/Fest, United Kingdom (9 – 14 June, 2017)
DOCUMENTARIST – Istanbul Documentary Days, Turkey (17 – 25 June, 2017)

And more than 40 screening and awards more!


Advance Ticket – £5 / £4 for Waltham Forest residents or Concessions, contact us at info@lastframeclub.com

Tickets available on the door £7, booking in advance is highly recommended.

***No bar on site – please feel free to bring your own drinks. All Last Frame events are 18+ unless specified. All our events are bring your own drinks and snacks. Your ticket includes free popcorn! ***


Friday 28th September – 7:30pm
Canned Laughter 7


Canned Laughter returns for a 7th show at The CentrE17 bringing some of the finest comedy acts on the circuit to Walthamstow all in aid of Eat or Heat The Waltham Forest Food Bank.

Tickets are £5 and all shows have sold out in advance, so get in quick. But that’s not all, on the night audience members must bring along a minimum of 5 provisions for the food bank. Information on what the food bank will need is available here: http://eatorheat.org

The superb line up features the return of Daniel Cook this time taking the reigns as our MC, television’s finest Brett Goldstein and Ellie White, the musical talents of Pat Cahill, The Guilty Feminist’s rising star Kemah Bob, the excellent Twayna Mayne and fresh from her run at Edinburgh Fringe it’s Newcomer Nominee Olga Koch.

This is definitely not one to miss!



In a dystopian near-future Japan, an influenza virus spreads throughout the canine population, with a risk of crossing to humans. The new, authoritarian mayor of Megasaki City, Kobayashi, signs a decree banishing all dogs to Trash Island, despite a scientist named Professor Watanabe insisting he is close to finding a cure for the dog flu. The first to be exiled is Spots, who belonged to Atari Kobayashi, the orphaned nephew and ward of the mayor.

Doors open 10.30am, Crafts, Film 11.00am, Close 1.00pm

We will be serving freshly made popcorn, organic meat hotdogs, veggie dogs, organic fruit juices, organic coffee, fairtrade tea and delicious ice cream.

£6.70 (inc crafts) child, £14.25 party package (per child), £5.10 acc adult, under 2s free (online include booking fee)


Saturday 27th October – 7:45pm


The comic, satirical and serious music of Flanders & Swann

Michael Flanders & Donald Swann have a reputation for slight and gentle songs which reflect the typical English sense of humour.  Take a closer look at some of the songs and you will find satire too.  Initially they wrote songs for revues and musicals.  On deciding other people weren’t singing their material “nearly enough”, they put on their own show. AT THE DROP OF A HAT and AT THE DROP OF ANOTHER HAT were the toast of the Britain and Broadway throughout the 50s & 60s

Leon Berger and Sovra Newman, accompanied by Tim Smith, will perform such favourites as THE OMNIBUS, THE GNU, THE HIPPOPOTIMUS and more.  Plus some real rarities including material not yet published and some rarely performed pieces.