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Creative Conference Call – Alpha Exchange

Next Friday, London-based festival organisation Alpha-ville are convening important personalities from the worlds of art, tech, music, and digital culture for a day of presentations, talks, and social events; not to mention an evening programme for attendees to network and mingle. With a unique opportunity to discover—in the flesh—some …

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Cycle Chic: Okolo/Pedal + Bookman Lights

Everyone’s favourite bike light manufacturer Bookman have a keen eye on global cycle style hotspots. Recently they spotted the Pedal Project, a blog about urban bicycle culture in the Czech Republic. The blog is part of the fascinating (and warning: it can suck hours of your time, even if …

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7 #YOLO Moments (and one to come)

Like it or not, #YOLO is one of the biggest trends to come out of the last few years. Encompassing a generation of kids who are happy to stick two fingers up at, well, most things really, and just get on with enjoying their youth as much as possible. And …

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Heels on Wheels

This Autumn, Pitango Bikes is launching a female-only urban bike course that is designed to make cycling more accessible and less intimidating to women nervous about riding on London’s busy roads.

With current statistics showing that females only make up one quarter of regular cyclists in England, Pitango decided to …

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Cocktails aren’t just for summer.

This Autumn, Cheyne Walk Brasserie, one of London’s best loved restaurants, celebrates its 10th Anniversary with three days of special events, as well as a collaboration with Little Bird Gin to mark its milestone birthday.

Little Bird Gin is lovingly distilled in South London in small batches, using unique …

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News: #R3D Market returns to Shoreditch

The Red Gallery‘s #R3D Market has been black but now it is indeed back this summer! It will commence every Thursday and Friday in the heart of Shoreditch, between 5pm and midnight, maintaining its reputation as one of the first nocturnal street food markets in London. #R3D is a …

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News: Medwinds opens Shoreditch store

Mediterranean clothing and lifestyle brand Medwinds will open its first London store this week in the fitting location of the iconic Spitalfields market. Mirroring the old factory beams and antique furniture of its Barcelona flagship store, the decor provides a perfect backdrop for the chic yet simple menswear and womenswear …

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News: Free Range

Taking over the Old Truman Brewery from May 31st to July 15th, Free Range presents its annual seven-week showcase of up-and-coming British talent. The event will see a host of young graduates coming together on London’s iconic Brick Lane to put on the exhibition’s biggest year to date, with over …

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More music and comedy for the Big Mix

Mixed arts Shoreditch event The Big Mix has added more to its 2013 line-up. Slow Club have now been confirmed as support act to Jesca Hoop, playing a very special stripped down two piece show at Hoxton Hall this June. The Yeah So duo join other acts including Tom

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News: 10th Annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is not your typical car boot sale in pretty much any way. For starters, items are sold from the back of new and vintage Vauxhall motors, who celebrate their 110th birthday this year. Celebrating fun and frivolity, the fair sees renowned artists including Pam

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