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Special Events

The exhibition is open 11am - 6pm Tues - Sun and Bank Holidays.


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Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton St
N1 6SH

Opening hours

Saturday 16 March - Monday 1st April
Tue-Sun and Bank Holidays
Late opening for events

Special events

Fortuna: Performances

Tue 26 March 2024, 2:30-3:30pm
Tue 26 March 2024, 7:30-8:30pm
- followed by facilitated discussion with Maxi and Louise.
Sat 30 March 2024, 7:30-8:30pm - BSL interpreted

Location: Hoxton Hall main space.

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Fortuna is the story of four young women in the East London school system between 2012 and 2022. Each must answer the delicate questions of Who am I? and Who do I want to be? while facing the pressures, responsibilities, and injustices of the British education system. It is an epic story of the many paths a life can take.

Fortuna was based on interviews conducted with young people between 2010 and 2022 and has been devised with students and performers connected to East London.

photo of four people stretching arms and clapping. The are smiling and looking at each other.

Field Works Family Day

Sat 30 Mar 2024 11:00-15.30

Location: Hoxton Hall

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Join a range of fun activities for the whole family; from animating Easter eggs to drawing with your whole body and even using infrared to explore the invisible traces we leave behind.

All activities draw on themes from the Field Works exhibition, on now at Hoxton Hall, which explore ideas of equity, access and power in the city.

Everything is free and open to all!

group of children and adults around a table


Women Walk East: Map Making Workshop

Sat 23 Mar 2024 15:00-16:30pm

Location: Art Room, Hoxton Hall.

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Drawing on the Women Walk East artwork, this workshop is an opportunity to engage and respond to the maps on display by creating your own personal map. We will spend time with the artworks, trace significant locations in the area, and create maps that reflect our everyday trails.

Family appropriate and children are welcome!

abstract birdseye view of a beige landscape. Overlaid are three rectangular photographic images of landscapes, in green.

Social Making: Egg painting workshop

Wed 27 Mar 2024 18:00-20:30

Location: Hoxton Hall and cafe Monalicious.

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Join the Social Making team for a workshop of traditional Easter egg painting with Ukrainian illustrator Marysya Rudska. All tools and materials will be provided.

The workshop will be preceded by a tour of the Field Works exhibition in Hoxton Hall, where you will be able to view Olha’s paintings, informed by the making of magical objects.

Shot from above, a hand draws on an egg with a stylus on a white mat. other eggs are ont he table around.


Public Powers: Contemporary Sites of Heritage

Sat 30 March 2024 13:00 - 15:00

Location: Reading Room, Hoxton Hall.

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We all know one unforgettable part of East London that should be there forever - where’s yours? 

In this workshop we’ll be using maps of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets & Waltham Forest to highlight spaces across the east end that deserve to be preserved forever.

Wear your favourite socks, no shoes in the installation.

abstracted lines in green and pink

Public Powers: Community Convenings

Sat 23 March 2024 13:00 - 15:00
Sat 30 March 2024 18:00 - 20:00

Location: Reading Room, Hoxton Hall.

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Join Nate and Chetna from Public Powers to listen to their ‘Sonic Sculpture’ installations. The listening sessions will be paired with a chance to discuss the themes, exchange ideas for claiming public power and food to fuel the thoughts.

Wear your favourite socks, no shoes in the installation.

abstracted lines in green and pink