Hello Waterloo! February is here, and we’ve got a bunch of exciting events lined up just for you. Enjoy a lunchtime Valentine’s Walk, discover how to provide mental health support with a free course, and more. Stay in the know about local happenings by keeping an eye on our events calendar.
Join Black Culture Market for an inspiring showcase of carefully selected black businesses this February. This is an indoor, face-to-face event that supports emerging entrepreneurs & new black businesses of African & Caribbean descent with retail opportunities.
Following a hugely successful Edinburgh Fringe season, with the ever changing political climate Rosie is preparing for a national tour. Come along as her dreadful alter ego MP and friends try and work out how best to convince the audience that Tories are the best despite all the evidence to the contrary.
Mental Health First Aid course on the 7th of February, running from 10 am to 5 pm. This comprehensive training is designed to equip you with the skills needed to provide immediate support to those experiencing mental health challenges.
An audaciously camp day of theatre, flamboyance and jaw-dropping cabaret performances – expect bewitching vocals alongside raunchy burlesque routines. Bring your sinners along for the ride and join us at La Maison Du Péché.
Let The Lover be your Valentine this year, as Love In returns to Waterloo. Book your 25-minute session at The Glitch to have a chat with The Lover as she writes you a personalised love letter.
Join WeAreWaterloo on a guided walking tour of the BID area. This FREE walk is the perfect way to reclaim your lunch break, and find the perfect date night spot a stone’s throw from the office
Indulge in a morning of possibilities at the first SAFFA Networking Breakfast Indaba for 2024. This is your is your go-to forum to kickstart your day and elevate your network.
Join VAULT at The Glitch, Sino Thai and Alaska Waterloo, for two weeks of brand new and work in progress comedy, with a laughter-packed programme of standup, sketch, music and even a bit of science! From the likes of Ania Magliano, Stevie Martin, Alfie Packham, Raj Poojara, Lulu Popplewell, Jack Barry, Ben Target, Ted Hill, Tadiwa Mahlunge, Nish Kumar, and many
Save the Date: Thursday 7 March at 7:30 PM Waterloo East Theatre needs your support! For nearly 14 years, Waterloo East Theatre has delighted audiences with laughter, tears, and unforgettable stories. Our beloved local stage is facing financial challenges after enduring two years of lockdown and a tough year since, and we need to act
Vote Now to Transform Sandell Street Under Waterloo East Station. Artmongers is bringing life to Sandell Street with “Something New Waterloo,” an initiative to create participatory murals beneath Waterloo East Station. Supported by local groups and schools, they’ve developed three unique designs. Now it’s your turn to decide! Visit their website to view the designs