May 3, 2018

Trading Places have a strong presence in the community and local life in Leytonstone. We want to share this with you so you can also join in.

May’s Highlights


5th May

6 PM Stelios Kyriakidis- guitar solo

8 PM Prime Panda is a new 5 piece of awesomeness from London. A modern psychedelic take on Jazz, Funk, Dub and whatever else.

9 PM Sandtimer – a British folk-rock group.

11 PM The Bad Day Blues Band. They are a hard-hitting blues-rock band taking the London Music by storm. Playing a mixture of covers and original material, the band pride themselves in bringing the British blues sound of the swinging sixties back into the 21st century.” 

25th May

8 PM The Happy Beigel Klezmer Orkester- Traditional, Eastern European Jewish music

10 PM The Mañana Collective – a powerhouse of Latin rhythm, playing Cuban and Brazilian music together explosively.  

26th May

7:30 PM The 286 dare to cross the genres of indie rock and classical music. By clashing rock & roll riffs with cellos and violins, The 286 create a unique sound that you expect from a musical collaboration between The Beatles and Beethoven.

8 PM Mild Junk DuoMild Junk play a mix of modern and classic covers from mainly the 60’s -90’s

10 PM Mangoseed – Hailing from the cultural and creative melting pot that is England’s capital city, Mangoseed comprise four musicians of Trinidadian, Jamaican, Australian and Irish descent. 

Personal Training

Theatre of Wine

Keep up to date with the events at Theatre of Wine, Leytonstone, here. 

St Johns Church

– 7th & 28th May Church open days 10am to 4pm
– 15th May – Christian Aid Fun Day 1pm. – 5pm
– 20th May Sangerstevne London Wide Choral Festival 3pm
Rockavox, The Woodford Singers, London Humanist Choir, Humus
Free admission
Retiring collection with all proceeds to St John’s

The Red Lion

The latest events at The Red Lion, Leytonstone are here.