WHAT’S ON @ CentrE17

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


Saturday 19th May – Baby Broadway
Saturday 19th May – Kayla MacQuarrie – Traumatised
Friday 25th May – All Together Now


Saturday 2nd June – The Flourish Collective presents an E17 Pop-Up Show
Thursday 7th June – Last Frame Club presents: Land of the Free
Friday 8th JuneBaby Gospel
Saturday 9th June – Stow Film Lounge presents: COCO
21st June – 1st July – From the Forest Festival

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.

Every TUESDAY 1:50pm 

Acting Bugs


“Has your little one got the acting bug?

ACTING BUGS offers fun, weekly interactive drama and storytelling
classes for children aged 3 to 4 and their parents and carers.

We use improvisation, music, movement, puppets, bubbles and props to
bring stories to life to ignite imagination, inspire and build

The grown ups love it too!

Butterflies 3-4 yr olds every Tuesday at 1.50pm.

First session is free.

See www.actingbugs.co.uk to find out more information and book a
free trial.


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

Saturday 19th May -10:45am


Baby Broadway brings the sound of the West End to your doorstep. The whole family can sing and dance along to well-known songs from hit shows and films such as Motown, My Fair Lady, The Lion King, Billy Elliot, Frozen and many more, in an interactive family concert performed by West End singers.

Open to all ages from newborns to school age to grandparents, tickets are £10 per adult and children go FREE! (Up to 3 children per adult). Concert lasts approximately 45 minutes, doors open 15 minutes before start time. 


Saturday 19th May -7:30pm
Kayla MacQuarrie – Traumatised


Kayla MacQuarrie is Traumatised. She’ll tell lots of jokes about it though so stick with her and it’ll be ok. She’ll cover getting hate crimed, breaking down and growing up in Essex (the thing she’s still the most bitter about) all in a friendly, confessional style. Traumatised is a show about growing up and getting hurt and was awarded Best Comedy Show at the Brewery Fringe this year.


Friday 25th May – 10:30am
All Together Now
Connecting generations & singing along


Mrs H and the Sing-along Band are a much-loved London based band playing music for the whole family to enjoy and they are coming to CentrE17!

The Equilibrium and the Band are delighted to present All Together Now a free concert open to local families with young children, nursery schools and older people from local groups and care homes. Parents and carers are also very welcome.

The concert is a chance for the older people to get out into the local community and for the children, who may not have grandparents nearby, to interact with older people in a safe, fun and friendly environment.  Not to mention having a good old sing and dance with the wonderful Mrs H and the Sing-along Band.

Places are limited so if you or anyone you know would like to come along please contact catherine@theequilibrium.org
We can organise transport for any older people that would otherwise be unable to get the venue.

For more about the band and what they get up to, check out their website  www.singalongsongs.co.uk and the All Together Now film https://youtu.be/H2WMuRQKHp4 

The Equilibrium are a Walthamstow based theatre company.  They were commissioned by the Borough of Waltham Forest to produce Vintage Humans for last year’s Silver Sunday at CentrE17 – an intergenerational event open to everyone including VIP guests from local care homes.  www.theequilibrium.org

Saturday 2nd June – 8pm
The Flourish Collective presents an E17 Pop-Up Show


We create great experiences that entertain our audiences, promote up and coming artists, and support our local communities, through showcasing an eclectic mix of talented artists, all in one night.

Our E17 Pop-Up Show features everything from Belt Up’s brilliant A Cappella to Amy McAllister’s insightful and electrifying poetry, from Hannah White’s soul-stirring singing and guitar playing, to the incredible Mister Meredith, a sing-along pianist described as a cross between Chas n Dave and Mrs Mills.

In keeping with our ethos, we’ll be making a donation to a nominated local cause or charity that the good citizens of E17 have chosen. The audience can join in and give too on the night.

So come and join in the fun and help everyone flourish.

Event info:
Doors open: 7pm
Start Time:   8pm
Finish Time: 10pm
Ticket prices.
Advance £8/£6 cons
On the night £10/£8 cons (CASH ONLY)
We have an age restriction of 16+.
Licensed bar


Thursday 7th June – 7pm
Last Frame Club presents:
Land of the Free| Denmark, Finland & US|Camilla Magid


Life is tough for most people living in South Los Angeles. Gun fights and drug crimes are commonplace in this neighborhood, and it’s hard to escape the vicious circle of poverty and crime. 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 color.  Camilla Magid explores the depths of the economically depressed district and its disadvantaged inhabitants, subjugated by an uncaring and sweltering prison system, and oppressed by the devastating, ever-present threat of gang violence.



IDFA, The Netherlands, November 2017
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Czech Republic, July 2017
CPH:DOX, Denmark, March 2017
One World, Czech Republic, March 2018
Human IDDF, Norway, March 2018
Santa Fe Film Festival, February 2018
Göteborg Film Festival, January 2018
International Festival Signs of the Night, Portugal, November 2017
Zurich Film Festival, Switzerland, September 2017
Telluride Film Festival, USA, September 2017

Friday 8th June -11:00am


Baby Gospel is an uplifting family concert of soul, Motown and gospel music, featuring the astonishing vocal talents of London’s CK Gospel Choir. The whole family can enjoy singing and clapping along to hits by Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Adele, Jackie Wilson, Pharrell and more – as well as some traditional Gospel songs and nursery rhymes!

This concert is baby-friendly and open to all ages from newborns to school age to grandparents. Tickets are £12 per adult and children go FREE (also available on the door subject to availability). Concert lasts approximately 45 minutes (doors open 15 mins before start).

CK Gospel Choir are a versatile professional group from London who are united by their love of gospel music and have provided backing for artists such as Beverley Knight, Peter Andre and Alfie Boe. 


Saturday 9th June
Stow Film Lounge presents:
COCO (Lee Unkrich, 2017, Cert PG)


This animated story follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel Rivera who is accidentally transported to the land of the dead, where he seeks the help of his deceased musician great-great-grandfather to return him to his family among the living.

Despite his family’s generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colourful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.

Doors open 10.30am, Crafts, Film 11am, Close 1pm

Tickets: £6 (inc crafts) child, £12.50 party package (per child), £4.50 acc adult, under 2s free


More information at www.stowfilmlounge.com

Thursday 21st June – Sunday 1st July
From the Forest Festival


From the Forest is London’s newest Theatre and Arts Festival, taking place in Waltham Forest from 21st June to 1st July. Starting out as a four day festival in a single venue in the Winter of 2016, the festival will now expand to over 60 shows spread across multiple venues over two weeks. Championing the creation of new performances in great venues the festival aims to provides an affordable platform for artists to showcase their material. Anyone and everyone is welcome to apply to be a part of the festival.

Created by Walthamstow based Beartuza Theatre Company supported by Waltham Forest Council through funding from the Great Places: Cultural Connections Programme, From The Forest Theatre and Arts Festival is focused on celebrating local venues and artists whilst showing visiting artists that Waltham Forest is home to a diverse theatre going audience.