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Sew your own Oyster card holder with Crafternoon Cabaret
We are big fans of Crafternoon Cabaret, a monthly craft event held on monthly Saturday afternoons at the swanky Hospital Club where you can make stuff while listening to live cabaret.
It's therefore an honour that its fabulous founder Hannah is joining us this month to show you how to sew your own oyster card holder.
Design a 3D cityscape with City Pop-Outs
Illustrator Matt Ponting's London drawings are sold in some of the biggest tourist attractions in the capital. Join him in this one-off workshop where he'll help you construct your own imaginary cityscape. He'll also be selling some of his unique art so bring cash!
Embroider your favourite city architecture with
Purple Claire can usually be found on Monday nights at The Lord Northbrook pub where she's part of a craft collective who run a weekly meet-up group where anyone is welcome to join them making stuff. A big supporter of eco-crafting Claire is running an embroidery session using old coffee sacks.
Make your own Queen's Guard peg doll with
Use It Up Wear It Out
Back due to popular demand Karen & Jo, leaders of the coolest fashion workshops you'll ever come across will be assisting you to make mini costumes for peg-dolls. Use It Up Wear It Out can usually be found running workshops all over the UK from the trendy Drink Shop Do in King's X to music festivals around the country.
As ever you can also learn to knit in our Knit & Knatter corner, bring along your own projects to work on and go cut & paste crazy in our collage corner. Music provided by our DJs The Spinning Yarns.
Entry & workshops are FREE...all we ask is that you buy a drink or two from the bar.
Doors open 7.30pm & we craft right through to 11pm. There's no need to book, just drop in & join us.
The Make Escape, 5th floor, Picturehouse Cinema, Hackney Attic, 270 Mare Street, London, E8
What about this tube strike?You don't need a tube to get to us (although we know you may need some for part of your journey...but here are some options)
National rail via London Liverpool Street:
We are in walking distance from London Fields and Hackney Downs
We are really close to Hackney Central station
Buses: lots of buses stop outside The Hackney Attic - 48, 55, 106, 254, 277 & 394 More info here incl cycling & driving: http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/Hires_Info/Venue_Info/Location/