Resistance Gallery

4 out of 5 Based on 6 reviews

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Resistance Gallery

265 Poyser Street
Bethnal Green
E2 9RF
+44 (0)772 306 4858


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4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Resistance Gallery

5.0 out of 5 1 December 2011
by Tisha B.

I came here for their Bad Reputation club night. I haven't danced so long and hard in a loooong time! There was enough rock music to make me miss my emo days from middle school. Hell, they even threw in the Powerpuff Girls Theme song. It was epic!

Entry was £3 quid as were the beer. Mixers were £4. Not bad for a night out on the east side.more

5.0 out of 5 27 June 2011
by Lizzie G.

Never before have I seen so many scantly clad guys and girls touch each other in public like this. There was more lycra and PVC than a Mr. Motivator section of This Morning.

I've been desperate to go to Lucha Britannia for months now and finally I managed to get tickets before they sold out. For £15 I have never before had so much fun. There was drama, there was love, there was even a little...more

4.0 out of 5 15 January 2011
by Ellie K.

I came here for Fangtasia, an amazingly indescribable night that runs every second Friday. Its described as London's True Blood Vampire Night, but its so much better than the name makes out. Yes it is a bit gothy, with people in various levels of costumes, from dark, but pretty normal club wear to full on Victoriana and fetish stuff, but you don't feel out of place if you are a little more...more

4.0 out of 5 11 November 2010
by Craig M.

I came here for a piece of Fringe Theatre last night - the space was great for it. Two levels - we were all stood around whilst the action went on around and inbetween us. Judging by the art on the well, this place obviously is a gallery by day.

But interestingly, those involved with the show suggested that this place also has an murky underworld vibe to it - rumours of fetish and swinging...more

4.0 out of 5 29 November 2008
by Heleana

I've made mentions in the past about the wilder side of the Hackney commercial gallery scene. The show I went to see at the Resistance Gallery though, was as hilarious as it was deranged. The commercial gallery show that topped this was when a friend from Melbourne went to a show, at which they had two competing artists, made up as bare knuckle boxers fighting each other as a prelude to the...more