Tonight I'm heading up to Hackney Wick to check out the craft beer and pizza at the Crate Brewery (which funnily enough is spitting distance from the flat/squat/creative warehouse space that I lived in when I started this blog way back when). The Crate Brewery was founded by Hackney Wick locals and the interior is decked out in materials reclaimed from the Wick. Their website (which you can visit here) has loads of info and a good vibe and I'm really looking forward to it - I'll be sure to try every beer and everyone's pizza and report back.
Tonight is also the last chance to catch The Fish Tales of Alaska at The Yard Theatre. If you're quick you can book tickets and come along too! Here's a little taste of what it's about from The Yard Theatre's website...
In 40 years there may be no more fish. What will the fishermen do then? Tell tales.
Tales of 1,700 foot waves, month-long storms, and sea creatures the size of luxury cruise liners.
Whether they are stories of fact or fantasy will no longer matter.
In a climate that is rapidly changing, The Fish Tales of Alaska explores the love story that is our volatile relationship with the sea.
With a mesmerising original score, together with beautiful visuals,this multidisciplinary performance is created by T.U.C.
|The Fish Tales Of Alaska - Read the review on Londoneer.|
The show also features the brilliant Goodbye Leopold - if you haven't heard their ethereal voices before take a peek at their myspace here.