June 16, 2024

9 Dhū al-Hijjah 1445

Asr Iqamah

6:38 pm

12 Hours 47 Minutes
Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr2:37 am 2:37 am
Sunrise3:43 am
Zuhr1:05 am 1:05 am
Asr6:38 pm 6:38 pm
Maghrib9:23 pm 9:23 pm
Isha10:30 pm 10:30 pm

ECYS Mosque Esha & Tarawih Prayers

Date and Time

Sun, 11 Apr 2021, 22:15  BST or Mon, 12 Apr 2021, 00:15 BST
There is the possibility that Tarawih starts on Monday or Tuesday Night.
If so, this event will be cancelled. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED – NO REGISTRATION = NO ENTRY


Apogee Studios

17 Southend Arterial Road Harold Wood RM3 0BY

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Doors for Salah will be opened 15 minutes before Esha time. Please arrive on time – Doors will close at 10:15pm.

DISCLAIMER: We reserve the right to deny entry to individuals who do not follow our guidelines below.

You must read the guidelines below:


  1. Names and Tickets will be checked at the door. Please bring proof of booking.
  2. Spaces are limited, please attend your Salah booking – if you are unable to do so please cancel your ticket by following the link: How to cancel your ticket.
  3. Please perform Wudhu at home.
  4. Face coverings must be worn at all times.
  5. Bring your own prayer mat & carrier bag for shoes – please keep your shoes with you at all times.
  6. Maintain safe social distancing at all times and follow government guidelines.
  7. Your ticket – Instructions: Click Here for Information
  8. Bookings are for Esha and Tarawih combined. Please do not book if you are not attending Tarawih.
  9. If multiple tickets are booked under one person, all attendees must arrive and enter at the same time as the ticketholder.
  10. You MUST NOT attend if you or anyone in your household has a fever, cough or any other COVID-19 symptoms.
  11. Groups congregating in and out of the venue is strictly prohibited. Please leave the venue after completing your salah.


How to Cancel your booking

Using the Eventbrite App (optional): iPhone | Android

GOV.UK National Guidance for safe use of places of worship

We thank you for your understanding and patience during the pandemic and your adherence to local government guidelines and the rules above. Jazakallah.