Hackney Empire

Hackney Empire
291 Mare Street, London, E8 1EJ
  • Telephone 020 8985 2424
  • Bar open Daily 7.30am-7pm (until interval on perf eves)
  • Email
  • Website www.hackneyempire.co.uk

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There are 8 events at this location

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Bill Bellamy: Ladies Night Out

Sharp and edgy urban wit.

Sat 28 Jun

£25–£35 / 020 8985 2424

Blues In The Night

  • Directed by: Susie McKenna
  • Written by: Sheldon Epps (adapt)

The intertwining stories of three women and a saloon singer, who are reminiscing during one evening. Set in Chicago in 1939, and originally conceived by Sheldon Epps, this sung-through musical drama features Clive Rowe, Sharon D Clarke and Paulette Ivory. Directed by Susie McKenna.

Thu 24 Apr

£10–£25 / 020 8985 2424

Fri 25 Apr

£10–£25 / 020 8985 2424

Sat 26 Apr

£10–£25 / 020 8985 2424

…and 6 more dates until 4 May

Conya Doss & Sandra St Victor

Double bill of female neo-classic soul singers. Doss performs material from her forthcoming release as well as hots include 'Here We Go Again' and 'Common Ground' whilst St Victor showcasing her latest release 'Oya's Daughter', as well as her collaborations with the Family Stand and Lalah Hatherway.

Sun 11 May

Prices to be confirmed / 020 8985 2424

English Touring Opera: Life On The Moon

  • Directed by: Christopher Bucknall (cond)
  • Written by: Haydn

Cal McCrystal directs the production of Haydn's opera, telling the tale of a young heiress and her maid teaming up to teach their miserly father/master a lesson in conduct. Christopher Bucknall conducts the music.

Fri 17 Oct

£10–£33; £18–£31 disabled; £24–£31 early bird (Children £10; £8–£10; £8–£31; £18–£31) / 020 8985 2424

English Touring Opera: Ottone

  • Directed by: Jonathan Peter Kenny (cond)
  • Written by: Handel

James Conway directs Handel's tragic opera, telling the tale of a 10th-century German emperor and his Byzantine bride. Jonathan Peter Kenny conducts the orchestra.

Sat 18 Oct

£10–£33; £18–£31 disabled; £24–£31 early bird (Children £10; £8–£10; £8–£31; £18–£31) / 020 8985 2424


Adapted by Ivan Wilkinson, from the book by Robert Louis Stevenson. An adventure tale for all the family, Kidnapped tells the story of Davie Balfour as he survives shipwreck and murder to dramatically escape to the Highlands of Scotland.

Thu 8 May

£10–£20 / 020 8985 2424

Fri 9 May

£10–£20 / 020 8985 2424

Sat 10 May

£10–£20 / 020 8985 2424

Platinum Performing Arts: DPMO (Deciding-Pathways-Motivational-Outcomes)

4 Teenagers, 4 Lives, 4 Paths. Come and see the world through our eyes. A new & exciting dance performance, created by young people for young people! D.P.M.O follows 4 young people whose lives overlap due to complicated situations and risky decisions. D.P.M.O. is an exciting new piece of urban art, looking at the…

Rudy's Rare Records Last Record Shop Standing

  • Written by: Danny Robins

An old reggae shop in Birmingham is run by the short-tempered yet charismatic Rudy Sharpe, along with his son Adam, who helps out reluctantly. Developers are interested in the shop, so father and son join forces to fight the good fight. Danny Robins's comedy, originally heard on BBC Radio 4, stars Lenny Henry as Adam.

Mon 1 Sep

Main House

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 020 8985 2424

Tue 2 Sep

Main House

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 020 8985 2424

Wed 3 Sep

Main House

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 020 8985 2424

…and 23 more dates until 30 Sep

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