Rev up and ride down to Tobacco Dock for two days of motorcycles, where riders and bespoke makers from across Europe will be showcasing their builds, alongside street food, live music and art.
Hackney Record Fair takes a trip south, offering up hidden gems and uber-rare treats across 30 stalls.
Food lovers can tuck into a range of masterclasses, talks and tastings at this festival. Watch ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ winner John Partridge do his thing, or sample new champagnes, wines and craft beers. Yum.
‘Bold heat and umami’ are the twin lures at Ikoyi, a hip little terracotta-walled joint specialising in Nigerian jollof cuisine – although the kitchen uses this as a jumping-off point for cooking that transforms West African food into boundary-pushing hyper gastronomy. It may sound like a thrilling ethnic anomaly, but Ikoyi dishes up something truly new for its ever-curious diners.
To celebrate the book’s twentieth birthday, Gruffalo-heads can run wild at a special two-storey pop-up entirely devoted to the terrible-tusked, terrible-clawed, terrible-toothed and terrible-jawed beast. There are arts and crafts, limited edition books and toys, and even the chance to bump into the monster himself.
A surreal exploration of coping with life through rituals, horror and hedges. You’ll never look at a trip to the country in the same way again.
150 years of Sainsbury’s means it’s time for some immersive theatre, taking things back to their Soho beginnings with a pop-up recreating their Drury Lane butter, milk and eggs store way back in 1869. There’ll be performances taking you through the shopping experience to the present day, and plenty of interesting finds from the Sainsbury’s archive.
Get your paws on vintage treasures including reclaimed light fixtures and second-hand furniture at this popular market, which brings more than 60 hand-picked traders together.
See online social marketplace Depop come to life at their first-ever pop-up. Bringing together the biggest and best sellers for a physical, in-person, real-life market. Expect plenty of second-hand clothing and vegan food vendors to help hunger hunting down bargains afterwards.
Legendary graphic artist Abram Games used airbrushing to create his WWII propaganda posters – try it out for yourself at this workshop.
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