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EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney)

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  • Dalston
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Time Out says

Launched in September 2018, this self-styled ‘multi-arts space for the 21st century’ is an ambitious restoration of the formerly derelict Savoy Cinema. Its slightly ungainly name is short for ‘Evolutionary Arts Hackney’, but the programming is trendy and accessible rather than too highfalutin. There are two atmospheric event spaces – the seated upstairs theatre, and downstairs concert hall which is standing only – and they’re already proving a popular stop-off for discerning artists. Indie heroes Lambchop and soul siren Andreya Triana played EartH in 2019, pop queens Little Mix launched their latest album here in late 2018, while bouncy electronic maestro Danny L Harle held his head-whacking Harlecore night downstairs in 2022.


11-17 Stoke Newington Road
N16 8BH
Tube: Dalston Kingsland
Ticket prices vary
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