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Indian Summer at Horniman Museum and Gardens

9 July - 3 September 2017

EEA in association with Jamshid Maylanchi and Jasmine Simhalan has been commissioned by Horniman Museum to create visual and performing arts experiences for families as part of this Indian Summer season of performances, activities and insights.

Woolwich Carnival 2017

23 September 2017

Join us for the third year of this popular South East London carnival where music, cuisine, culture, good vibes and community come together through a local partnership of community groups and arts organisations brought together by GLYPT

Zee London International Mela

Sunday 3 September 2017

Join us at this years Zee London International Mela for the Magic Mela family zone and a spectacular fireworks display to close the festival. 

Thamesmead Festival

15, 16, 17 September 2017

Thamesmead is set to come alive for a weekend of events and activities as we celebrate the past, present and future of Thamesmead during the Thamesmead Festival taking place between 15 and 17 September 2017.

Future Views

Saturday 12 August 2017

EEA’s collective of young outdoor performers will be appearing at the Futuropolis festival to celebrate the opening of the new Victoria & Albert Museum entrance, alongside Spread the Word, Legacy Youth Voice and the Young People’s Laureate Caleb Femi.

Pullen’s Party at Liberty Festival 2017

15 July 2017

Look out for Pullen’s Party by Vital Xposure at this year’s Liberty Festival in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


Changing lives: TOWIE helps Jessica bag a job

TOWIE, A National Lottery funded project for young people gave Jessica the skills and confidence she needed to overcome setbacks and break into her chosen career.

Maritime Memories Machine

Hear the chimes of the ice cream van? It must mean summer is officially here and EEA will be in the driving seat as we embark on a new exciting venture alongside National Maritime Museum…in an ice cream van!


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