All events are free and open entry.
Everyday in Stratford Park between 11am - 11pm live screens will be relaying sporting action throughout the Paralympic Games. Channel 4 coverage may vary depending on their programming. The giant screens in Central Park will only be showing coverage during the Opening/Closing Ceromony and weekend only.
- Weekends - 11am - 7pm - children's activities and family sports participation opportunities.
- Weekends - 2pm to 8pm - live stage each weekend featuring the best of Newham talent.
Entertainment in Central Park on 8 September
2.05pm - Jordon King - Essence of Music
2.40pm - NewLAP
3.25pm - Stratford East Singers
4pm - Shin Cobra
4.55pm - Wannabeatles
6-8pm - Roberto Pla Latin Ensemble - 12 piece latin band
Entertainment in Stratford Park on 8 September
2.10pm - Golam Mostafa - Udichi Music Performance
2.45pm - Umaymah el-khamlichi - Dance
3.20pm - Twisted Pink
4pm - Honeyz Dance Group
4.40pm - London Road
5.15pm - Shakilla Karim
6pm - Crystal King
6.45pm - Lions of Africa
Entertainment in Central Park on 9 September
4.10pm - East London Kings
4.25pm - Nadia Elbakouri
2.45pm - Morgon Bolton - Street Dance
3.20pm - Lwo Cultural Group
4.35pm - Caramel Rock Fashion Show
5.05pm - Township Comets
6.05pm - Sleep Under Band
7.10pm - Sal Asian Elvis
Entertainment in Stratford Park on 9 September
2.10pm - Edge of Space
2.40pm - Deborah Day Theatre School Trust
3.50pm - Every Child a Musician Tutors
4.30pm - D'ukes
5.15pm - Roma Gypsy Band
6.05pm - D'ukes
7.10pm - Harry Funk
A big homecoming celebration is set for double Olympic medallist and Newham resident Christine Ohuruogu MBE who will be making an emotional return to Stratford on Sunday.
Christine, who won a silver medal in the women's 400m final, will be the special guest at the live site in Stratford Park on Sunday evening from 6pm as the London Paralympics draw to a close. Read more.
Sports Participation Zone
Your chance to try out some Olympic sports with something for the whole family including football, basketball, volleyball, boxing, BMX, martial arts, canoeing, rowing, judo and dance.
As well as watching the huge live screens, you can enjoy the very best of Newham talent being showcased on stage including singers and dancers.
There will be plenty of fun and exciting things to do for all children to enjoy. There will be mini events taking place in which children can achieve their Olympus Stars by taking part in one or more of the activities on offer including: blow football, mini sailing, table football, balance and agility tests, a world flags quiz game and the world puzzle.
There will also be a supervised arts and crafts zone in which children can create their very own Olympic torches, flags, banners, decorate a sporting statue or design their own unique medal.
What's more there will be a races and games area where children will be able to keep their energy levels high. Games on offer will range from a "scavenger hunt" to a mini assault course, balancing, climbing, crawling, jumping and throwing. Children will be encouraged to beat their personal best time or most athletic achievement.
The Nipper Zone will feature Hot Shot Basketball, Tri Master Skill Test, The Water Cans, Large Connect Four, Giant Jenga, the Fun Mirror, Hoopla, The Maze, and The Puzzle. The Zone will be supervised and suitable for children aged four and above, but aimed at Over 8s.
There will be an under 5's area where there will be physical play for the younger children on slides and climbing frames, rockers, pedal cars and trundles. There will also be baby changing, bottle warming facilities, a cosy and suitably equipped area for Under 2's.
If the above isn't enough, there will be face painters who will adorn the faces of children and adults with quick, creative and colourful designs as well as two large inflatables and show times run by entertainers to add to the fun and exhilaration.