What’s On: Hewett Street Block Party
By Gemma Riberti

This Saturday, our friends and neighbors at Protein are hosting a free “Block Party” to mark the end of summer.

Sep 20, 2012
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Big excitement for this Saturday, when our friends and neighbors at Protein will be hosting their inaugural “Block Party” to mark the end of summer.

A fun and free showcase of live music, food stalls, and incredible art and design talent that has become synonymous with the area of East London will take place in and around their Hewett Street home.

Mouthwatering burgers will come courtesy of Rita’s Bar & Dining, while Murdock London will be setting up a miniature barbershop, giving out free shaves to gentleman visitors.  Other stalls will include sign-writing from Ornamental Conifer and a “Locals Only” bar, serving the finest and locally concocted London Fields Brewery lager and Dalston Cola, while the Hewett Street Gallery space will be taken over by publishing house Belly Kids, who are curating the exhibition Eat Everything especially for the occasion.

In addition to all of this, Protein themselves will be hosting an abundance of Wu-Tang Clan-inspired games, and a Raffle Stall full to the brim with prizes from Secret Cinema, Dishoom and clothing brand Nike, with all profits going to the Hackney Pirates children’s charity afterwards.

Make sure you RSVP here.  We’ll see you there!

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