Events in Shoreditch


Whether you are in town for business or leisure, you can’t think of staying inside your hotel all the time. No matter how little time you have on your hand, going out in the city and having exploring things is the best way to enjoy a holiday or just an evening in an alien city. Well London doesn’t qualify as an alien city for a big chunk of people, especially those who fly in and out of here on business trips. If you have had a rather boring or dull visit to Shoreditch before, make sure this one doesn’t let you rest for even a bit. This year is full of events, so take a look at these events and plan your trip around them.

  • An Art Exhibition at the Howard Griffin Gallery, 189 Shoreditch High Street from 4th April to 9th May.
  • Popular concert series Closer by the City of London Sinfonia at Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch on 23rd April.
  • Leyden Gallery presents Henry Moore, Leyden Gallery, 9/9a Leyden Street from 12th March to 26th May.
  • Attend Fashion is Fake at Indra And Samia Gallery Henriques Street up to 20th May.
  • STA Travel Pop-up At Boxpark Shoreditch, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road till 1st August.
  • Spoil and Fill at 57a Redchurch Street from 4th April to 27th April.
  • Burak Delier – Freedom has no script, exhibition, talk and tour starting 26th March up to 17th May.
  • Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales for Young and Old at Shoreditch Town Hall till 24th April.
  • Catch the Merchant of Venice at St. Leonard’s Church till 19th April.
  • An interesting exhibition by Roy Tyson named ‘Roy’s People: Street Life’ at Curious Duke Gallery from 3rd April to 28th April.
  • Bunnychow Bounds Into Boxpark at Boxpark Shoreditch, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road till 24th September.
  • Performance by psychedelic-rock artist Zoe at Village Underground, 54 Holywell Street on 27th May.
  • Tune-in to retro pop night Zig A Zig Ah at the Concrete, Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street on 12th April, 17th May and 14th June.