Who we are
Poplar Union is an arts & community centre based in Tower Hamlets and opened its doors in 2017.
What we do and how we do it
Committed to supporting the local community through art, culture and wellbeing, we offer a diverse programme of events, including live music, theatre, comedy and dance, family activities, health and wellbeing classes, community workshops and festivals, and much more. We strive to enhance physical and social prosperity through creativity to unite and celebrate the lives in and around Poplar.
January What’s on
Fool’s Moon Workshop: Image Making & Clown with Paulina Lenoir
Thursday 18 January, 7pm
In this workshop, you will explore clowning and performance through image-making. Using a mix of theatre and design exercises, participants will make quick costumes and props using found materials to create a persona and tell a story.
Create, Draw, Meet
Every Wednesday 1pm-3.30pm
Join us for a cuppa, biscuit and chat whilst delving into a creative pursuit for an hour or so, including drawing, painting, collaging, embroidering or knitting.
Eco Crafternoon: Natural Dye Workshop
Saturday 27 January, 3pm
A workshop to learn, share and experiment with natural dyes with a low waste and sustainable outlook.
Sunday 28 January, 5pm
A soundbath is an instrumental sequence which takes participants into a deep state of relaxation. The frequencies of the different instruments and the way they are played are designed to guide participants into an Altered State of Consciousness.
For six nights, we will open our evening café and host a variety of performances from music, comedy to bingo nights. Whether you are looking for a chilled evening or bringing your game face on at our board game night, we have something for everyone. It’s free to attend, so bring your friends and family* and be part of POP-Night every night from Monday to Saturday.
*You will have to be above the age of 18 and with ID card if applicable
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