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Posts Tagged ‘Pop-up’

A Review of The Art of Dining Pop-Up Dining Experience at Fenton House: A Night With The Mistress

In mid July I sampled the latest pop-up dining experience from The Art of Dining, themed around A Night with the Mistress. It was a delightful culinary and cultural experience at a National Trust venue, and all for a very reasonable price.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Art of Dining at Fenton House by Briony Jose
The Art of Dining at Fenton House by Briony Jose.

Anyone who knows me will know that I love my food, so when I was offered the chance to sample a unique outdoor dinner event from The Art of Dining at Fenton House I of course jumped at the chance. I arrived just in time to take a quick peek around the rooms of this National Trust venue - an old 17th century merchant's house perched high on Hampstead Heath - and made a beeline straight for the rooftop balcony with stunning views over the City of London. On my way up I made note of a couple of antique embroideries that I would love to go back and pore over again another day, but it was the view of the immaculate gardens in the low evening light that really caught my attention.

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Ohh Deer Pop-Up Shop at Wolf & Badger: Review

There are plenty of things you could say about an arty pop-up shop complete with workshops on everything from comics to ceramics, but 'oh dear' is not one of them.

Written by Jessica Cook

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Too Much Is Never Enough: A Collaboration between Disappearing Dining Club and 123 Bethnal Green Road

Disappearing Dining Club takes us on an 'exploration' of 123 Bethnal Green Road, serving a sumptuous four course meal over four floors…

Written by Matt Bramford

123 Bethnal Green Road by Gareth A Hopkins The phrase ‘unique dining experience’ usually makes me want to puke. East London, for all its charm, has become a haven for […]

Crayfish Bob’s at the Two Degrees Festival by Arts Admin at Toynbee Hall

The American Signal Crayfish has been busy decimating our native environment since it was first introduced in the 1970s. At Crayfish Bob's pop up shack we helped get rid of them by gobbling up some yummy crayfish with a little bit of help from Clare Patey, Blanch and Shock and Urban Wines (from Tooting).

Written by Amelia Gregory

Crayfish Bob’s. All photography by Amelia Gregory. This week Two Degrees is hosting Crayfish Bob’s al fresco pop up crayfish shack every evening in the paved courtyard next to Toynbee […]

Exhibition: I have this strange kind of feeling and I just can’t place it…

While both Christopher Adams and Clara Cowan have worked in arts events, fashion and photography for a combined eleven years, Folie à Deux is a new collaboration which sees them in direct and complete control for the first time. So what have they been busy planning for us?

Written by Ed Gosling

Charly Coombes and the New Breed Live Charly Coombes and the New Breed are a contemporary rock and roll band, salve hailing from the same nest as Supergrass. They are […]