What’s on @ CentrE17

me&my_image.pngDoors open 10-15 mins before time stated on ticket

Sunday 23rd JuneGaybourhood East Family Pride Disco

Friday 28th JuneMe and My, Lucy Alwin and Sarah Tattersall

Sunday 30th JuneStoned, Stupid, & Stuck (A Californian Fairytale)

Tuesday 2nd July – Sunday 7th JulyHello, my name is… (global theatre for the stage)

Thursday 25th & Friday 26th JulyTEACH

Thursday 1st August – Awkward Talks: Let’s talk about Boobs…


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 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



Sunday 23rd June – 1:30pm

Gaybourhood East Family Pride Disco


Put on your dancing shoes for Gaybourhood East’s first LGBTIQA+ Pride family focussed event, featuring live music, 70’s disco tunes, superhero craft activities and a no-holds-barred dance-off!


Early bird tickets available online £5
Tickets on the door £7
Times: 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Venue: 1 Church Hill  Walthamstow E17 3AB

More details on www.gaybourhood.london



Friday 28th June – 7:30pm
Me and My
Lucy Alwin and Sarah Tattersall


In the aftermath of a date from hell, mixed with the trauma of a past loss, Ruby arrives home to find an old friend who just won’t let things go unresolved.

Driven by comedy but founded in the personal reality of loss, Me and My offers a funny, heartfelt and thoroughly relatable exploration of the everyday annoyance of emotions.

Funny Bird Productions is made up of Lucy Alwin and Sarah Tattersall, and is dedicated to telling funny, female stories exploring the extreme of emotion. Directed by trauma expert Graham Bryan. They are coming to Centre17 following sell-out shows at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre  and Bread and Roses Theatre, before hitting Edinburgh Fringe in August.

Audience responses:
‘Its new, it’s crazy, it’s fun and it gets you right where the heart needs to get’

‘The first time in my life I cried on a Saturday night for a good reason!’
‘The new Fleabag!’



Sunday 30th June – 7:30pm
Stoned, Stupid, & Stuck (A Californian Fairytale)


The plan was simple: steal the drugs, sell the drugs and get out of town. Sequoyah and Rose are tired of living second-rate lives in the watered-down ghost town they call home. Following the guidance of the mysterious (and possibly hallucinated) Chicken Lady, our heroes come face-to-face with talking animals, a murderous hermit and their bleak futures. This stoner comedy begs the big questions: can you ever truly escape your hometown? Are drugs the answer to our problems, or the cause? Where do guinea pigs come from?



Tuesday 2nd July – Sunday 7th JulyHello, my name is… (global theatre for the stage)


3 bold women. 3 daring new stories. The Hello, my name is… theatre festival brings inventive, comedic, and thrilling new theatre productions to The CentrE17 from 1st to 7th July 2019. From a surreal comedy about crossing borders, a peek into the witching hours on Network Rail, and a cake that really, really needs to be baked, the Hello, my name is… Theatre Festival will introduce you to an eye-opening look at the world around you.



Thursday 25th & Friday 26th July – 7:30pm

The lesson that changed his life’

Critically acclaimed Bread and Butter Productions will be previewing their latest show TEACH for two nights only before the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 at TheSpaceUk.

Writer and performer, Matthew Roberts, created  ‘a one-hander masterpiece’ (Charles Pamment, Artistic Director Canoe 2018).

TEACH will be directed by Helen Tennison, Co-Artistic Director of Theatre Foundry. She works internationally, directing new writing, classics and devised visual theatre. Most recently her acclaimed site responsive Freudian adaptation of Dracula featuring videography played at The London Library. She directs regularly for Midsummer Scene, Croatia and Creation Theatre, Oxford

This creative collaboration will tell the tale of the transformative power of teaching, putting education centre stage at this years Edinburgh Fringe.

Praise for Canoe:

‘An experience to be treasured’
‘Beautiful’ ‘uplifting’ ‘Roberts brings lightness and gravitas’
‘Roberts delivers a heart-warning and heartbreaking performance’
‘A love poem to children’s literature’
‘Challenging and compassionate’
‘Emotionally compelling’
‘a masterful job’
‘Heart of pure gold’
‘Loved every minute’
Lindsey Watt, Educational Consultant, OBE



Thursday 1st August – 7:00pm
Awkward Talks: Let’s talk about Boobs…

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Boobs, boobies, tits, breasts, fun bags or melons… whatever we call them they seem to cause quite a stir. Recent movements grabbing media attention such as ‘The saggy boob movement’, free the nipple campaign and  social attitudes towards women breastfeeding in public have all shown there really is an issue in how we see boobs. 
Let’s talk about it…
For our next event we will be also be joined by the inspirational Penny Rutterford who will be exploring her breast cancer journey with us. Penny has been featured in The Sun, Daily Mail and is a contributor to the Huffington Post, Goldie magazine and local magazine The E list. She is also writes the blog www.greatthingsaboutcancer.com  
All are welcome with boobs or without, come and join us for an open discussion…
Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start. 
Tickets £3 pay on the door or tickets: 


Half the proceeds will be donated to local food bank Eat or heat. 
Free nibbles
BYOB (bring your own bottle)
Awesome company 
There will also be a sanitary items donation box for spare pads and tampons that will be donated to the Red box project. 
Please give our event and page a LIKE and SHARE and spread the boob love… 💜


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