E17 Art Trail | Killing Eve | Mostack | Dishoom | The Science of Learning...
This week we explore Walthamstow's inspirational E17 Art Trail, the pulsating new season of Killing Eve, Mostack's hyped up new album and Dishoom's mouthwatering Eid collaboration with Dinarama.
VISIT Walthamstow’s E17 Art Trail, a free festival inviting Londonders to meet and discover the region’s brightest artists and makers, until June 16. Our very own co-founder and director, Liz Mallett, is among the artists who will be exhibiting stunning paintings that explore this year’s theme of Wonder (of art & science). She joins 8,500 other residents who will be taking part in the 15th year of the trail. Over 205 venues including studios, schools, walls, cafés, community centres, faith spaces and front rooms, will open their doors to the public to marvel at the creativity on display, share work, start conversations and appreciate art.
WATCH Killing Eve Season 2. The BAFTA winning spy assassin drama that gripped the world finally returns this Saturday (8 June) for another action packed series of love, violence and revenge. Picking up where season one left off, the deadly game of cat and mouse between Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh) will continue but with an added twist of love in which their obsession for one another intensifies. Expect more thrilling climaxes and witty one-liners as the duo battle between love and war on their secret missions across Europe.
The series will air on BBC One, also available on BBC iPlayer.
LISTEN to Stacko, the debut album from Mostack, one of the UK's most hotly tipped newcomers in the urban music scene. The first single on the album entitled ‘Shine’ was released last week and is a collaboration with Stormzy. The full 12 song long track-list also featuring Dave, J Hus and Fredo releases on Friday (7 June). Hailing from North London, the young rapper has built up a loyal fanbase from his early days of releasing music on YouTube in 2014 to supporting Stormzy on tour in 2015. He has confirmed a nine date tour this October with shows confirmed for Glasgow, Leeds, Bristol, Birmingham and London, among others. If you’re a fan of the UK urban music scene, be sure to check out his album when it drops on Friday!
Follow @realmostack on Twitter for updates.
DINE at Dishoom as it teams up with East London street food spot Dinerama for a special Eid celebration on Tuesday 11 June. The hugely popular Bombay Brasserie will be serving up its signature biryani and mini Lamb Raan Buns, while resident traders Yum un, White Men Can’t Jerk and Thunderbird will be turning their menus halal for the day. This year’s headline act bringing the traditions to life is Qawwali singer Chand Ali Khan. There will also be spoken word poetry recitals and henna artists to add to the festivities. Tickets are £8 and proceeds go to Seeds of Peace. The event is open to all.
READ The Science of Learning: 77 Studies that Every Teacher Needs to Know. Aimed primarily at teachers, this handy book is in fact useful for anyone who wants to improve how effectively and efficiently they learn. Written by Bradley Busch and Edward Watson, founders of mindset coaching company InnerDrive, the book consolidates complex research-based studies from around the world and breaks them down into user-friendly infographics and tips so you can actually apply what the experts say in your day-to-day work or studies. From how to manage imposter syndrome to the importance of eating breakfast and the impact of mobile phones on sleep, it’s a great resource to refer to if you want to know the scientifically-tested techniques that are proven to boost the way in which you learn.
The Science of Learning is out now. For more information, visit www.routledge.com and follow @inner_drive for updates.
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