Robert Elms 26th July 2014

So! Here are the FACTS from the show, without all of my chattering in between:


Stack Magazine

The brilliant idea that brings independent magazines to your door.

£66 every 12 issues, paid for by DD

£18 every 3 issues, paid for by DD

If you subscribe in next 5 days, you’ll get the August magazine.


Childrenswear pop up shop

It’s at 17 Floral Street, Covent Garden , WC2E 9DA. Open until 8pm tonight, and from 11am-4pm tomorrow.

Has three British brands: Ruff and Huddle, Toots a MacGinty, The Bright Company

Discounts of up to 70%, with refreshments and distractions for the children.

…and on Sunday at 1pm, Reading and workshop by Sarah Dyer, author of The Girl with the Bird’s Nest Hair.



Have an online sale – 10 percent off jewellery. Have to enter a code at checkout JEWELS10. Offer ends at midnight on 3rd August.

They also have a “sale on sale” promotion online where you get an extra 20 percent off sale items if you enter the code VASALE20

Also free delivery if you spend £100


Dandy Lion Market, Kentish Town

At the Oxford
256 Kentish Town Rd
London NW5 2AA

Next market 13th September, contact them if you want a stall.


Outline Editions 

Just announced that for the second year running, Transport For London has asked them to commission ten artists to each create a limited edition Oyster Card wallet design.


The Co-operative Food’s Pop-Up Restaurant:Tweet4aTable for the menu
Elys Yard, Truman Brewery

Fri 1st August – 4pm to 7pm
Sat 2nd August – 8am to 8pm
Sun 3rd Aug – 8am to 7pm

FREE, just  tweet for a chance to win a table.


Crepe City Sneaker Festival

Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, , opens 11am , £3 entry



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