The Make It Ealing Online Easter Egg Hunt

Stay safe and have fun with our online Easter Egg Hunt.  Just count the green eggs with white dots in each picture, then select the correct number in the drop-down menu bar underneath the image.  Start counting here


Bank Holiday, Screen on the Green. Ealing.

Salsa Night at Reineta

On Saturday the 14th, from 7pm, prepare to dance! Our Ealing based salsa teachers will attend and give us a class.

Our advice is not to forget some comfy shoes to keep up with the Latin rhythm :-)

Live Music at Reineta

This Friday August 13, Ade Onayifa will visit us again to play some blues and jazz soul-filled songs of all times.

He is a London-based vocalist/acoustic guitar solo act who specialises in timeless jazz (standard and Latin), classic pop/soul, blues and easy listening classics.

Free Live Music: Wild Violets

Local up and comers Wild Violets will be jamming out the North Star from 9pm!


Friday Concert at Reineta

This Friday 30th of July,  Ade Onayifa, will visit us to play some blues and jazz soul-filled songs of all times - this special evening should not be missed! The Key Words of the night are: delicious food, tapas & wine, live music and fun.



Questors - The God of Carnage

The God of Carnage

Yasmina Reza

Tantrums aren't just for the kids

How to Spot an Alien

The Questors presents How to Spot An Alien

Georgia Christou

A rip-roaring family show

When Jelly and Jonjo are forced to live with their mysterious Aunt Lien, they are suddenly plunged into an ominous new world, where doors are firmly locked, windows are blacked out and questions are strictly forbidden. But when their aunt begins to show alien-like qualities, their suspicions soon get the better of them…

Ealing Fringe - Vesu

VESU play melodic, atmospheric songs, capturing freeze frame moments in time.

VESU are : Mike Bishop (lead vocals, guitar) Chris McConville (drums), Saphia Bishop (backing vocals, keys)

Ealing Fringe - Aunty Owl

Aunty Owl play jaunty alternative folk, the majority of the songs are original, penned by Graham Davis (guitar, vocals) with delicately woven violin and harmonies added by Helen Tate (violin, vocals, glockenspiel)

Although Aunty Owl are a relatively new act Helen & Graham are both seasoned performers having played in venues and festivals across the UK and Europe. Together they have released five tracks on two compilation albums released by Cordelia Records