Books

BIPOC Bookcase

Let’s talk about race… The death of George Floyd made the complex topic of race a pertinent issue to discuss. Moreover, BIPOC Bookcase founder Liz Folarin note...

Stephen Gillen

James Al-Mudallal meets Stephen Gillen, a once-feared London gang boss who has written a memoir, recounting the sequence of events that led him to turn his li...

Inside the Bank Job

Bank Job: art as activism May 2019. In the shadow of the towers of London’s financial centre, Canary Wharf, a golden Ford Transit van explodes. With this singl...

The Towpath Cafe

Regent Canal's hidden gem, Towpath Cafe has a book! Walk along Regent’s Canal from November to February and you will pass four mysterious, shuttered kiosks, ad...

The Gentle Author

John Thomas Smith's Cries of London For centuries, the most popular prints produced in the capital were The Cries of London. From the Elizabethan era until the...

Ode to a beloved feline

The Gentle Author shares an excerpt from The Life & Times of Mr Pussy - a Memoir of a Favourite Cat When the clouds hang heavy and the atmosphere is qu...

Reading Hackney

Hackney, Portrait of a Community 1967 - 2017 Published by The Hackney Society and edited by Laurie Elks, this wonderful book was created to mark the 50th anniv...

Read all about it

You don't have to look far for some local Christmas reading, discovers LoveEast The Lower Clapton Tales Published by Hackney Historic Buildings Trust and writ...
East End Vernacular book cover

Moving pictures

LoveEast is proud to collaborate with Spitalfields Life to present an exclusive preview of East End Vernacular The new book, East End Vernacular, Artists who p...