Hear No Evil

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Hear No Evil

Music, comedy and beer at a one-day bank holiday festival near London Fields

Back for a third year, Hear No Evil is celebrating the bank holiday again with music, beer and comedy - and all proceeds going to the lovely people at Macmillan Cancer Support.


Event website: http://hearnoevil.org.uk/
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What more would you want from a bank holiday one day festival in London!

Had a fantastic time last year ... loved the musical bingo and blind date.  Looking forward to going again this weekend - all proceeds go to charity too!


V excited to kick-off my Summer festivals with this again this weekend! Same set-up as last year, with an excellent East London venue, varied mix of comedy and music - loads of up and coming acts and bands to check out. Tickets are really cheap for what you get on the day too. And it all goes towards an amazing charity. 

Hear No Evil is such a fun day. Loads of stuff going on with music, comedy, street food and beer - and all profits go to charity which is awesome!

 So excited for this. Last year was great but really looking forward to the acts this year - both music and comedy! such a great little line up!

Had an amazing time last year! The level of acts were amazing, the Musical Bingo is always a winner. Can't wait to see what's in store this time. Good beer, good music, lots of laughs and it's for a good cause! Feels like I'm actively being charitable while having a great time easy choice.

Great varied little festival - perfect stuff for the Bank Holiday weekend plus it's all for charity!

Last year was a lot of fun! Great venue and nice intimate festival. Excited for this years lineup. 

Not great to be honest, although all for a good cause.
Said on the tin that it was a music, comedy and beer festival. 
There wasn't anything on (except beer tasting) until late in the afternoon despite the doors opening at 1pm. The beer tasting seemed to consist of jugs of beer on tables. I guess I was at least expecting labels and taste cards or something. 
Whilst we're on the topic of beer, having just 4 beers on tap was pretty disappointing.
There wasn't much comedy, some of it was ok but they did very short sets and the turn around between acts was waaay too long (this goes for the music too). Needs to be snappy at small events like this.
There was also a particularly grumpy dude behind the bar who did a great job of buzz killing when you went to order drinks.
We had a good time to be fair but the organisation felt a bit half arsed.