Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what’s been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
The Ministry of Stories is a writing and mentoring charity making a difference to the lives of local people aged eight to eighteen. We caught up with Lottie Rugg-Easy to find out more about their work and get some top-tips for the local area!
In the third part of our series with The Geffrye Museum of the Home, we look to the future. The museum is currently undergoing major redevelopment work, which is set to transform the venue into a national and international destination.
Hoxton is a vibrant district full of exciting things to entertain you during these winter months. If you’re ever stuck for ideas on a Friday night, then the area has plenty on offer, from Buffalo Boogies and Freaky Fridays.
With Halloween fast approaching and the days are getting darker, it is time for London to get its spook on as the capital’s best night venues are getting set for one big party.
At Anthology, we have paired up with the talented and friendly team from the Geffrye Museum, to explore all there is to this cultural gem, located nearby to our Hoxton Press development.
Have the kids have moved out and left you suffering from a bit of empty nest syndrome?
As we celebrate five years of Anthology, we are in search of what home truly means to Londoners. Throughout the next year, we will be celebrating home and it all kicks off on 18th September at our special Stories of Home event at Hoxton Press.
The London Design Festival returns to venues across the capital from 15-23 September 2018, to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world.