Exercise is heading east in a big way. Attempt an adrenaline-fuelled class, join a stand-up paddleboard expedition or cheer on the Hackney Half competitors.
Think you own the city’s cutest canine? Put your pooch to the test at this annual event. Not mad on mutts? There are plenty of other attractions to go barking for, including
a roller disco, obvs.
Treat your selfie and snap up a proper camera at this photography fair. You'll find more than 100 stalls buying selling and swapping thousands of collectable, user and retro cameras plus lenses, accessories, film, paper, literature and images.
This modern version of the traditional British fair (courtesy of Wayne Hemingway, MBE) takes place in the Greenwich Peninsula, that area just next door to The O2. Bringing together many of London's finest portable performers, vendors and designers, Urban Village Fete will feature creative workshops, gigantic slinkies, hula hooping classes and street food from Paris, Thailand, Carribean, Mexico and, well, that universal treat: mac'n'cheese. DJ Gilles Peterson is back, and will be joined by a number of other awesome performers.
Formerly Flea at Flat Iron Square, this weekly vintage and makers market has moved to Vinegar Yard SE1, bringing its heaps of antiques, clothing, homeware, books, bikes and cameras with it. It's hunting ground for treasures and pre-loved artefacts. Can't make it this weekend? Visit its range of pop-up shops, open every weekday.
See stunning British, American and Scandinavian 20th-century interior design from over 50 furniture dealers at Midcentury Show East - the east London sibling of Midcentury Modern. Even the building is a sight to see, held in Haggerston School, which was designed by Brutalist architect Erno Goldfinger in the mid-’60s. Expect a variety of hugely desirable, high-quality furniture on display, all of which can be bought straight from the dealers. There's also a terrarium workshop on offer where you can create your own masterpiece to take home.
Up-and-coming Polish photographer Piotrowski makes human behaviour super-creepy with her sideways glance
at intimate movements and interactions.
Go deeper underground at The Crypt Gallery. The atmospheric vaulted brick space is transformed into an artist-led experimental exhibition, the show features work from 12 artists exploring ritual in today's society.
The original branch of the iconic vegetarian restaurant, once popular with the likes of Macca and Madge. For classic dishes that are beautifully presented and nicely done: like the beetroot veggie burger in a pretzel bun.
Get yourself down to Boxpark Croydon and pick up some affordable garms from Wasted Chic Fashion Market pop-up. Rummage through on-trend vintage and festival fashion, all perfect for sprucing up your summer wardrobe. Celebrate after with some street food and a craft beer, or three.
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