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188 Shoreditch High St, Shoreditch, London E1 6HU, UK
Shoreditch High Street

Tits London, the platform that celebrates female designers, artists and makers, is popping up in Shoreditch with a shop packed full of clothing, homeware and accessories, and it’ll also host a range of workshops too. 10% of all Tits London profits are donated to CoppaFeel, so you’ll be doing a good deed by shopping here.

16th - 30th November 2019


kiosk 108, lower stable street, coal drops yard, n1c
King's Cross St Pancras King's Cross

Legendary jazz record label Blue Note Records is turning 80 this year and to celebrate, it’s opening its first ever UK pop-up store in Coal Drops Yard to coincide with the start of the EFG London Jazz Festival 2019. You’ll be able to check out exclusive artwork and merch, Blue Note 80 prints, vinyl, CDs, DVDs of the Blue Note Records Beyond The Notes film, and copies of the book Blue Note: Uncompromising Expression: The Finest in Jazz Since 1939. The store will also host audio and visual installations as well as special guest artists and speakers.

15th - 23rd November 2019


Ichiba, Level -2 Westfield, London W12 7HB
Wood Lane

Hello Kitty is turning 45 this year and to celebrate, Japan Centre Ichiba has a pop-up dedicated to the beloved character. The installation features floor-to-ceiling Hello Kitty vinyls, unique merch and a special menu including Hello Kitty bento boxes, ganso tonkotsu ramen, chicken katsu curry, matcha sundaes and Hello Kitty-shaped custard bao buns.

Until 24th November 2019


Saint James Church, Clerkenwell Close, Farringdon, London EC1R 0EA, UK

Get those power suits out for The Power Dinner, a brand new 80s dining experience in London created by physical theatre troupe, The Shame Company, in collaboration with The Ingredientist. Taking place on 10th December at Crypt on the Green in Farringdon, The Shame Company’ will transport guests on a journey back to the decade of greed, exploitation and debauchery – from the absurdist melodramas of Dynasty, to the fast-paced, hedonistic excess of Wall Street greed. The three course meal is full of retro classics too: prepare for prawn cocktail with Champagne & lemon-poached king prawns, and the classic Duck al Orange, glazed with orange-blossom honey & blood orange champagne sauce. For dessert, there’s Eton mess finale Champagne strawberries and popping candy. Tickets are £95, though if you get in quick, you can grab one for £70.

10th December 2019


2-4 Bethnal Green Road, London, UK
Shoreditch High Street

chapter helps female-owned online businesses get out into the real world, making it easier for women to shop from sustainable and ethical brands, so it’s opening the Women Who Give A Shit pop-up in Boxpark Shoreditch. You can shop everything from slogan tees to vegan condoms to stationery, with the likes of Hanx, Olive & Frank, Nuddy, Limpet Store, Pura Cosmetics and Gung Ho London being stocked in the pop-up, and there’ll be events and workshops running too.

8th November - 8th December 2019


47-49 Neal St, London WC2H 9PJ, UK
Covent Garden

#LoveNotLandifill is popping up in Seven Dials this November with a load of pre-loved fashion from charity shops in tow so you can shop guilt-free. Not only will you be saving clothes from landfills, all the profits will be going to the charities involved. Each shop will have a collection curated by a range of fashion influencers – Emma Breschi is doing the Barnado’s Collection, She Wears Fashion has the Cancer Research UK Collection, Elizabeth Whibley is doing the Oxfam Collection and The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection will be curated by Oenone, and Depop will also be in the house too

14th - 17th November 2019


99 Dalston Ln, Clapton, London E8 1NH, UK
Dalston Kingsland Hackney Downs Hackney Downs

After dominating the street food scene, Filthy Buns have taken residency in Dalston’s Three Compasses pub. Curated by chef and founder John Gladwell, the menu includes a selection of beastly meat and meat-free burgers. Our fave has to be the Clucking Great, a fried chicken burger with bourbon BBQ sauce, smoked mayo, sour chillies and crispy onions. Not only are they serving up mega burgers, you can also get chips with smokey gravy and ‘beer cheese’ which is made with locally sourced pale ale from 40FT brewery. We’d definitely recommend going on a Sunday and trying their Roast Sunday Buns, aka a choice of meat or butternut squash and their homemade Sunday slaw stuffed in a bun served with crispy tatties and lashings of gravy. Pair it with a Bloody Mary and that right there is your Sunday hangover cured.


258 Pentonville Rd, London N1 9JY, UK
King's Cross St Pancras King's Cross

Espresso Martini Society is coming back to town with its massive martini menu for a winter edition, and this time it’s going bottomless. Yes as well as free-flowing espresso martinis, you’ll also be able to sip on seasonal serves like ferrero rocher, gingerbread and marshmallow martinis, all to a soundtrack of festive bangers. Chin chin.

22nd November - 14th December 2019


The Hive, Cambridge Heath Road, London, UK
Cambridge Heath

Created by Rich Baker and Sarah Brading, Flat Earth Pizza has now set up shop at The Hive in Hackney, Thursday to Saturday evenings. The menu changes every month but what remains the same is their awesome pizza dough which is made using a combination of flours from E5 Bakehouse and Gilchester’s organic heritage stoneground flour. The heritage grains are free from any chemicals or mass market alterations so this is a pizza that you don’t have to feel too guilty about eating. Toppings are inventive too, with a range of fermented, foraged and wild ingredients – they’re all vegetarian, and there are vegan cheeses available as well as regular cheese. Check out the kimchi and egg version, and our favourite, the collaboration with vegan cheese maker Kinda Co – they have made a special basil cheese for Flat Earth Pizza and it’s amazing.

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