collaborating with Village Underground & EartH Hackney

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Amongst the exciting debut programme of eclectic music, art and performance already scheduled for colours first season sits a host of stellar gigs and club nights curated with our collaborators Village Underground and EartH Hackney.

Village Underground is a space for creativity & culture, housed in a renovated turn-of-the-century warehouse that’s primed for everything from concerts and club nights to exhibitions, theatre, live art and other performances in the heart of east London. Launched in 2006 with the aim of building affordable studios for creatives struggling to get a foothold in London, Village Underground innovatively transformed four tube carriages, two shipping containers and an old railway viaduct into co-working spaces and the venue they inhabit today.

EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) is a multi-arts space for the 21st Century. Their programming is broad, global, open and rooted in the highest quality artistic pursuit and seeks to bring together both the leading, rising and most important talents of all fields under one roof. With programming that prioritises innovative artists and individuals, working with EartH has supported us in creating a balanced and inclusive programme that is reflective of the diversity and talent London has to offer.

We look forward to announcing the innovative and artistic line-ups that these collaborations have enthused us to host. Watch this space!