Thursday 16, Friday 17 & Saturday 18 July

A festival of curious adventures from some of the UK’s most exciting theatre artists in & around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

  • Photo credit: Eric Staller

Walkie Talkies is part of the Local Programme at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


1-6pm, FREE (//// SHOW UP ON THE HOUR TO GET ON BOARD //// or book in advance by emailing:

Meet & greet your newly elected politicians at a roving roundtable discussion upon a bicycle built for seven. Hop on, decide on your direction and then travel together through the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park whilst discussing the issues that matter to you with the people in power.

Please see our PDF schedule of those taking part including: MP for Poplar and Limehouse Jim Fitzpatrick, Hackney Wick Ward Councillor Jessica Webb, and Leyton Councillor Whitney Ihenachor.

Made for: Local people with lots to say.

Meeting Point: Copper Box Arena

Simply turn up on the hour from 1-5pm or email to save a seat

Click the button below to download the full line up of MPs & Councillors who will be taking part.

About Ellie Harrison

Ellie Harrison is an artist and activist based in Glasgow. Her playful and provocative work responds to the British culture she grew up in, attempting to investigate, expose and challenge its sometimes illogical and absurd political and economic systems.
As well as making politically-engaged works for gallery contexts and the public realm, Harrison is also the coordinator of the national Bring Back British Rail campaign – which strives to popularise the idea of re-nationalising of our public transport system.


Thanks to 7GoCycling.


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