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Things To Do in East London This Weekend

A guide to help you fill your diary with fun...

Weekends are about swapping boring to-do’s for brunches, spending time with your favourite people and enjoying the perks of living in London. A prime destination for pop-ups, an ever-evolving food scene and art everywhere you look, East London is bursting with new things to do and see every weekend. It’s just a matter of knowing what’s going on – this weekend guide is here to help you fill your diary with fun. We’ll be updating it every week with all the best happenings…

Timeless Bar - cocktail

Cocktail Time Machine

London’s first immersive bar experience, new East London spot Timeless Bar transports you through three decades with cocktails dedicated to each era. The 75-minute experience is from Funicular Productions, the team behind the award-winning The Murdér Express, together with dishes from MasterChef finalist Louisa Ellis. Find out more…

February 29th
Sidworth Street, London E8 3SD

The Troxy - Lantern Rave

Lantern Rave

A feast for the eyes, The Troxy brings you a magical party with lantern installations and performers dressed in colourful costumes. DJ’s will be playing drum & bass, bass house and tech house, but if you need a break from dancing, there are also professional body painters on site. Find out more…

February 28th
490 Commercial Rd, London E1 0HX

By Chloe London - Chicky

New Vegan Chicky at ByChloe

New York-born eatery ByChloe has added three exciting new dishes to the menu, highlighting its new plant-based chicken (Chicky) formed of crusted tempeh that also happens to be gluten-free. There’s a Chicky parm sandwich (complete with vegan mozzarella cheese), Chinese-inspired Chicky salad (all the veggies with mandarin oranges, almonds and crispy wontons), and stand-alone Chicky tenders served with sauces for dipping (buffalo, bbq or sweet mustard). Find out more…

6 Duchess Walk, London SE1 2SD

Mama London - Drag Bingo

Drag Bingo and Bottomless Bubbles

Must-visit hotel Mama London is playing host to drag bingo with bottomless bubbles, complete with an aptly named three-course dinner to fit the theme. The special Drag & Dine menu starts with carpaccio or roasted pumpkin salad, followed by roasted herb chicken with chips and a frangipane tart for dessert. Find out more…

February 28th
437 Hackney Rd, London E2 8PP

Masculinities liberation through photography

Masculinities: Liberation through photography

Exploring the ways masculinity is communicated through photography and film, the exhibition brings together over 300 works from well-known artists like Laura Anderson, as well as those just starting their career. Find out more…

February 20nd – May 17th
Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

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