If you hadn't already guessed, we can't get enough of London. It turns out neither can workspace Second Home, which is putting on a programme of cultural events across the city to celebrate London's unique identity. From supper clubs and screenings to performances and panel talks, City Life Festival will ‘delve deep into the heart of London’ and explore what makes our beloved city such great space to connect with people and spur creativity.
Highlights of the month-long festival include Lily Cole in conversation about London life, talks about the history of London’s housing estates, a discussion from Bill Brewster recalling the heyday of Soho's record stores, an evening of reading and storytelling with UK Broadly editor Zing Tsjeng, a showcase of London's hottest poets, an exploration of Jamaican sound-system culture in London and a fusion feast full of dishes like Bengali pie and mash and West Indian Sunday roast. Mmm.
They've also partnered with London institutions like Trojan Records, Reggae Roast and the Museum of London – so expect one heady dose of capital culture.