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Documentary Film: From Cable Street to Brick Lane

This documentary from 2012 made by film-making partnership Hazuan Hashim and Phil Maxwell is a compelling account of the fight against fascism, racism and intolerance in two of the East-End’s most iconic locations – Cable Street and Brick Lane. 201 more words



I spent nearly the whole of yesterday looking round the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, which is an outpost of the Victoria and Albert museum situated in London’s East End. 186 more words


500 Alexander Street

We’ve seen another building built on this block around the same era, as a brothel. This building, dating from 1912, is often said to have a similar initial purpose, and some accounts say it was developed by Dolly Darlington. 1,079 more words

Still Standing

Adelaide Weekend March 27-29

How will you entertain yourself in Adelaide this weekend?

Eliza Street Market Party Sunday March 29th, Hello, Yes, 12 Eliza Street

Celebrate “neighbors” day as Hello, Yes spills out onto the street with market stalls, music, food, drinks and coffee. 209 more words


Professor Bill Fishman, East End historian - obituary

History professor who studied the rich tapestry of life in London’s East End

Bill Fishman in Fournier Street Photo: Jeff Gilbert

Professor Bill Fishman, who has died aged 93, was the son of an East End tailor who became a professor of social history and one of the greatest experts on the area where he was born. 846 more words

Bill Fishman

414 Alexander Street

Once upon a time this house was considerably more decorative than it is today. And that once upon was a very long time ago – the picture dates from about 1890, and the house is one of the oldest in still standing in the city, dating to around 1889. 874 more words

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