"(...) driving into the centre of london can be relatively straightforward, or it can take you through the vibrant and energetic Borough of TOWER HAMLETS, where the buzz of mile end road’s market and the City’s towering skyline contrast in close proximity to each other (...) two worlds apart, and yet mingled into the East End (...) the hum of tourists hitting the streets between liverpool street and tower bridge only adds to the unique atmosphere of this Borough: one of the greatest melting pot areas in the world -- MONAKKA MONOWAR welfare foundation is here to enforce community cohesion, fight anti-social behaviour, celebrate and preserve tradition."

Thursday, 10 November 2011


On November 27, everyone is invited to the FINAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE of MMWF's cultural project MEMORY THEATRE, funded by Westfield Stratford. 20 young actors from our Borough have worked long and hard over the past months to transform a variety of real-life stories into a screenplay for theatre. Now this script has become a play.

The show will take place at Brady Art Centre in Hanbury Street, Tower Hamlets (just a 5-minute walk off Brick Lane) and is about 60 minutes long. Entrance is obviously FREE. More details on the exact time at which the play will start are to come in the next weeks.

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