The Stafford London is putting the courtyard outside The American Bar to good use this spring by hosting a Courtyard Fire barbecue series, and it’s kicking off with Matt Brown of Hawksmoor
Hackney Flea Market is setting up shop once again over on Church Street in Stoke Newington.
Virtual cheese festival, the British Cheese Weekender, is BACK this April celebrating all things cheesy.
Fabric is hosting London Unlocked, a series of livestreamed gigs to raise awareness and raise money for the Music Venues Trust.
After showing her faux-reality works in NYC, LA, Miami and Beijing, felt artist Lucy Sparrow is back for her first UK installation since 2015 with the Bourdon Street Chemist.
Setting up shop in Copeland Park, Peckham Salvage Yard will play host to over 60 handpicked traders selling a whole range of vintage goods.
The team at Allegra is making the most of its rooftop by opening the Happy Burger pop-up on the terrace and welcoming in guest chefs.
Kerridge’s Bar & Grill is opening a second outdoor space, Kerridge’s Garden Grill, at the Corinthia London this spring
The Jellied Eel is back, popping up this time at Wood Street Studios with street food coming courtesy of The Lacy Nook.
The Independent Ceramics Market is back at Stokey’s Abney Hall with over 40 ceramicists selling their wares
After having to cancel Glasto for the second year running, organiser Emily Eavis turning the festival into the Live At Worthy Farm livestream
The Hackney Record Fair is back this May celebrating all things vinyl
Chef Thomas Straker is opening his first restaurant Acre this summer, and he’s giving us a little preview of what to expect with his Right Then pop-up at Carousel.
Refugee employment charity Breaking Barriers has teamed up with renowned photographer Rankin for new online exhibition Leave Home, Save Lives
After a successful evening pop-up series last summer, Nick Fitzgerald is bringing it back to Tacos Padre for 2021. Running Thursdays - Saturdays on the…
UN Women UK is launching a new virtual gallery of original artwork that explores a safer reality for women and marginalised individuals.
Elliot’s is bringing back pop-up terrace, Ell Fresco, opposite their Borough Market restaurant
After popping up last summer, 180-capacity outdoor bar and restaurant London Fields Courtyard is back for 2021.
Zero-Living, the sustainably conscious website founded by Natalie Denyer, is popping up IRL with a store in Mayfair.
Skylight is known for its epic rooftop space but this spring and summer it’s teaming up with KERB and taking over the quayside area at Tobacco Dock too
With the doors to London’s galleries still closed, Mayfair & Belgravia have decided to showcase some of the most exciting and innovative art installations on the streets instead with the Wander Art trail
Pub in the Park is set to return later this year and this time they’re parking up at TWO London locations – Dulwich and Chiswick.
KERB is parking up at The National Theatre this spring and summer with five food trucks, two bars and a rotating line-up of music.