A large pack of sensuous creators came out last Friday with a whirlwind for the Halloween population of Shoreditch.
Origami is a wondrous sport that brings people together, especially on the streets.
Street Scenes did away with origami and patchwork for an evening of word-related revelry. Shunning top trumps for bananagrams and a wide array of similar wordish fun, Street Slang was born.
As September brought the first chills, we stepped out regardless, taking to a well known patch of ground in Homerton. The cold won’t stop our fun.
It’s been an excellent season of street socials. So many new friends. This week we spent a few hours on Well Street in Hackney with free fruit, hair combing therapy, Star Wars Top Trumps and the offer of good and …
Outside Tesco Well Street with various entertainments and a big welcome to all.
We brought needle, thread, material and an open welcome to Mare Street, Hackney Central. We offered free patches, fancy bow-ties and colourful additions. Here’s a bit of what turned up.
Just another friendly Thursday evening by Homerton overground station where a host of new crafts were debuted.
The Street Scenes patching team with multi-man cardigan plus origami in Hackney Central.
Origami, Guess Who and the mixed magic of Dalston Junction kept us laughing for hours. Plus, we had a special guest from the competitive world of global board gaming. Read all about it.