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June 29, 2018

We’ve stumbled across London’s most unusual workspace.

Sunlight pours through the glass roof above a stunning central café Feest where most of the vegetables are grown in the owner’s allotment and plants hang everywhere. Offices and shared work space set over two levels are dotted around and there’s a wellbeing studio where workers and the public can practise yoga.

The Greenhouse is a huge former nu...

June 25, 2018

A popular West African chef hailed one “to look out for” by the Guardian, will be cooking up a storm at this week’s Street Child Summer Party.

Nima Owino, who runs the Nim’s Din Supper Club, will be serving up a two-course meal to revellers at the Pillbox Kitchen in Bethnal Green on Thursday June 28. (Info/ tickets: www.street-child.co.uk/sl-summer-party)

The event is a chance to learn more about th...

June 25, 2018

Ian Carpenter doesn’t do things by halves.

The 32-year-old has invested everything he has into setting up London’s first ever Brunch Fest.

  

It’s his first foray into events and he’s managed to sign up some of the Capital’s most exciting brunch restaurants, from The Barge House and Urban Pantry to Dayrooms Café and Pophams bakery.

The event takes place in The Old Truman Brewery over the first we...

June 6, 2018

Fancy joining North London’s Biggest Zombie Walk or sitting in the sun (finger’s crossed) and watching 80s classic Footloose?

This weekend the annual Crouch End Festival (the UK’s biggest community art festival) offers a packed schedule of fun with around 200 performers at over 60 venues.

On Saturday June 9th there’ll be a craft market from 10am till 5.30pm featuring vintage accessories and homeware...

June 1, 2018

Two years ago, Dan Anton spent a month zipping off the beaten track in Burma on a scooter and sampling amazing regional cuisine.

Now he runs Lahpet - a stylish restaurant in Shoreditch and a street food kitchen at Old Spitalfields Market. Together with his Burmese business partner and chef Zaw Mahesh, they’re introducing exciting flavours to the East London foodie scene and making Burmese food more...

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