Arcola Green Sundays
Cycle Sunday – 12 June

Developed in partnership with ArtsAdmin.

Arcola Theatre – Ashwin Street
2:30pm Transport Planning in Hackney with London Borough of Hackney and London Cycling Campaign.

3 – 5pm Crafty accessorising with the Hydro Fairy and home made optical illusions with Zoe:tropes

4.00pm Safer Cycling – learn about safe cycling from the professionals, and sign up for additional cycle training in Hackney.

Artsadmin, Toynbee Studios – Commercial Street
2 – 6pm Benham’s Top Goes Green with Mamoru Iriguchi. Drop in and create personalised wheel covers.

2 – 6pm Strolling Streamers using recycled materials provided by Carlos Cortes.

2 – 3.30pm Bicycle Confidence workshop – Art of Activism

Between Arcola Theatre and Artsadmin

2 – 5pm Post-Capitalist Battle Bike with Sophie Nathan – leaving from Artsadmin

2 – 5pm Veloventure with Alice Lobb and Ruby Baker (participants require a camera) Leaving from Artsadmin (1 hour 30 mins)

2pm / 4pm Legs Eleven: A Rolling Observational Bingo 2pm – Arcola / 4pm Artsadmin (1 hour 30 mins)

3.30pm Writings On The Wall with Pamela Parker – leaving from Artsadmin (2 hours)

3.30pm Wild Food Cycle with Otesha Project UK, food foraging on Hackney Marshes – leaving from Arcola (4 hours)

6pm Tour de Dalston – community cycle ride finishing at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden – leaving from Artsadmin

6pm Capture the Flag – a thrilling cycle game around Hackney: Art of Activism – leaving from Arcola (1 hour 30 min)

Dalston Eastern Curve Garden – Dalston Lane from Arcola
2-5pm Free bike checks, adjustments and advice from Hackney anarchist bike gang Donut Kids

2-7pm Pedal Powered Smoothies, A Taste of Freedom: Quench your thirst with a cycleblendered sustainable fruit smoothie!

4-5.30pm Bicycle Confidence workshop – Art of Activism

5pm Hammer and Tongue Live Poetry: ‘Angry’ Sam Berkson, the Hackney Hammer &Tongue host and founder; merging love tales and political comedy, satirical observation and narrative tales.

7.30 – 10pm Rollapaluza Party with food by People’s Kitchen.

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