Days Out

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

A fast-moving roller coaster of a journey through some of the greatest songs of the 50s, 60s and 70s is coming to Barking.

Bon Jovi tribute coming to Barking

Sunday, April 30, 2017

The world’s first and finest Bon Jovi tribute is coming to put on a show in Barking.

A covers band is planning to take the stage by storm in Dagenham.

Youngsters will be showing off their talents on stage in Barking.

It’s been 50 years, but legendary comedian Jimmy Jones is returning to the Dagenham Roundhouse.

The greatest hits from pop-rock duo Chas and Dave will get everyone up dancing in Dagenham.

A brand-new stage adaptation of the world famous Frankenstein is coming to Barking.

One of the most respected mediums in the UK could tell you what the future holds tomorrow night.

Aformer marketer who swapped promotions for words will be showcasing her debut book at a reading next month.

Re-live the moments that made Frank Sinatra one of the most popular artist’s in the 20th century.

Multi-platinum selling artist Kenny Thomas is reliving his prime by getting back up on stage.

Ditch the romantic dates and cute gestures and do something a bit different this Valentine’s weekend – solve a murder mystery.

Recite a favourite tale or perform your own material at an open mic night.

One of William Shakespeare’s classic plays is returning to the stage as a ballet.

Forget A Day in The Life, when you could have an evening of endless classics from The Beatles.

Essex-based covers band Expose are hoping to get the crowd dancing at the Dagenham Roundhouse tomorrow night.

You’ll be entertained by some of the capital’s top comedians at a new monthly club night.

Mr Spankey and The Hipthrusters are playing their first gig in the borough.

If you’re in the mood for a traditional Christmas Eve exploring the true meaning of Christmas there are plenty of church services to choose from.

Kick off your four-day weekend with a night of festive hits and fun at the Dagenham Roundhouse.

Distinguished TV producers, authors and historians will be among the special guests giving readings at a carol service on Sunday.

A gallery owner is hoping her exhibition about faith and diversity will send a message to its visitors.

A live jazz club will launch at The Boathouse on Friday.

Barking town centre was transformed into a winter wonderland with an ‘elfy number of festive jumpers – and a little help from a singing sensation.

Mod band Missing Andy are looking forward to playing a smaller scale show as they get ready for their Dagenham Roundhouse gig.

A short film exploring friendship, loyalty, sexting and stealing will make its debut on the big screen on Thursday.

Bright lights and Christmas cheer are coming to town.

Generations of clubbers can relive their party days by heading to a reunion night for one of east London’s most popular clubs.

Know your two fat ladies from your legs eleven?

Barking music and drama group stage panto

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Fancy booing some baddies and cheering on the good guys? Then get down to the Ripple Centre this week to watch pantomime Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.

One of Britain’s most loved melodic rock acts, Martin Turner, is bringing an evening of hit music to the borough’s iconic music venue.

Unseen life on the streets of the capital has been captured in a new exhibition.

The longest established The Who tribute act will be playing all the group’s hits on Saturday night.

Love house and garage music but tired of travelling miles to get your fix?

Pantomime season is fast approaching so it’s a good idea to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

The medium who foresaw One Direction’s success could tell you what the future holds on Saturday night.

Worried about how you’re going to entertain the children during half-term?

An Amy Winehouse tribute act will be bringing Back to Black back to life at the Dagenham Roundhouse.

Musicians will play their hearts out in aid of Oxfam.

Schoolchildren and arts groups from Barking and Dagenham enertained thousdands of people at the Barbican.

Don your best cowboy boots and hat combo and enjoy a Wild West night out – at the bingo.

Schoolchildren from Barking and Dagenham will perform at a free open day at the Barbican.

Behind an unassuming warehouse door lies an Oktoberfest extravaganza.

Celebrate Black History month at a variety of events honouring the culture, history and achievements of black and minority ethnic communities.

A star-studded line-up will make up two starting elevens to help pay for a life-changing operation for a six-year-old boy.

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