Almost the most remarkable thing about Zaha Hadid is that she is none of these things. She’s arab. She’s a she. She’s still – somehow – one of the world’s most visionary architects. She’s also far and away the most interesting person in this rather dreary ‘arts programme’ arts programme, because the others are all middle-aged male architects with weird hair, specs and suits. And Alan Yentob, who fits right in.
A cafe/bar that's perfectly placed to rest up in after a lengthy visit to the nearby British Museum. The mismatched furniture and spray-painted signs give Fairly Square a charming DIY vibe. Stop in here for a TLC specialty tea, an artisan coffee, hazlenut hot chocolate or homemade gingerade. Stronger stuff can be also be found in the selection of craft beers – including Meantime and Freedom – cocktails and wine. Food wise, Fairly Square invite various foodies to pop-up in their kitchen. Previously they've had Korean Jihwaja.
Venue says: “Plan your celebration or event with us! Happy hours 5-7pm and midweek madness happy hours (Wed/ Thu) craft beer pint / organic wine - £3.5!”