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Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair @ The Old Finsbury Town Hall / Sunday 12th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 11:00 – 17:00

@ The Old Finsbury Town Hall, Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4RP

Tickets: £4

www.clerkenwellvintagefashionfair.co.uk

The vision behind Clerkenwell was a vintage ‘experience’ offering not only 50 of the finest traders from all over the globe but on-the-spot alterations, a vintage salon, personal shoppers and vintage style experts, resident artists, a florist and live music.

Be ahead of trends or on-trend with vintage… Designers put the emphasis on strong black and white looks this season, statement sunglasses, stripes, peekaboo pieces, minimalist leather, beautiful beading and some floral prints too

London Pet Show @ Earls Court Two / Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Open: 09:30 – 17:00

@ Earls Court Two, Lillie Road, London SW5 9TA

Tickets: from £14 (various concessions available) book online

If you love animals, you are in for a real treat as the London Pet Show returns bigger and cuter! The show’s packed with hundreds of animals, amazing action displays and fun and informative talks and demos.

It’s the perfect opportunity for animal lovers of all ages to meet and learn about different types of animals with expert advice on hand. There’ll be lots of goodies and gadgets to buy for both you and your pet. Please note you can’t take your own pets.

POPular GGT @ Subway Gallery / until 25th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Open: Monday to Saturday 11:00 – 19:00

@ Kiosk 1, Joe Strummer Subway, Edgware Road / Harrow Road, London W2 1DX

Free entry

www.subwaygallery.com

The Subway Gallery was born during 2006 and is situated below the Edgware Road / Harrow Road crossing in a subway underneath landmarks including Paddington Green, Marylebone flyover and the Metropole Hilton Hotel. Conceived by artist Robert Gordon McHarg III, the space is a 1960s kiosk with glass walls which creates a unique showcase for art, interacting naturally with passers by, visitors and the community.

POPular is GGT’s first solo exhibition in the UK. GGT’s artistic journey began in 1990 as an underground cartoonist in Milan, his colourful and ironically subversive work embraces all areas of the visual arts. His style is simple and direct, based on the use of solid colours, outlined by bold sharp lines.

Nobuyoshi Araki @ Michael Hoppen Gallery / until 8th June 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Monday-Friday: 10:30 – 18:00
Saturday: 10:30 – 17:00

@ Michael Hoppen Gallery, 3 Jubilee Place, London SW3 3TD

Free entry

www.michaelhoppengallery.com

In continuing our exploration and presentation of important Japanese photography, Michael Hoppen Gallery will this year stage major solo shows of two of its grand masters: Nobuyoshi Araki and later in the year, Miyako Ishiuchi. Each an artist with a unique vision and aesthetic, both producing highly charged work in examining the sensitive subjects of that society.

Araki is the king of provocation. In a very particular – and arguably peculiar – way he has made the subject his own. And here we celebrate those images from his most controversial body of work, Kinbaku, the Japanese art of bondage. Kinbaku-bi meaning literally the beauty of tight binding. And yes, though strong and offensive to some, disturbing to others, the pictures are often beautiful.

Propstore @ South Bank / open all summer

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Mon to Thurs 12:00 – 23:00
Fri and Sat 12:00 – 02:00
Sun 12:00 – 21:30

@ National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX

Free entry

www.nationaltheatre.org.uk

Propstore is the National Theatre’s unique summertime pop-up riverfront café-bar, built with sets and scenery from NT productions and filled with props.

Open every day from noon, it serves delicious street food, Meantime draught beer, Sipsmith spirits and English wines. On Friday and Saturday nights there’re DJs until 2am and a variety of live bands.

Propstore serves street food with a classic English twist. There’s fish finger sandwiches, steak & ale rissoles, scotch eggs and pulled pork.

Rough Science @ Brady Arts and Community Centre / until Friday 31 May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Mon to Fri 9:00 – 19:00
Sat 9:00 – 17:00

@ Brady Arts and Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU

Free entry

www.towerhamletsarts.org.uk

Satdeep Grewal’s work draws from scientific imagery and mathematics. Grewal uses abstract forms and tactile surfaces to bring out the chaos and fluidity embedded in these supposedly objective, rigid ways of viewing the world. This debut exhibition marks Satdeep Grewal’s emergence onto the scene as a multi-disciplinary artist, who works in mixed media, paint and sculpture.

Save Southbank skate park – sign the petition

Professional skateboarders rely on Southbank to practice. As well as being a mecca for skateboarders all over the world this is a very important place for many people not to mention the added value the park and professionals bring in terms of tourism.

The proposal to move the skate park means it is not regarded as equally important as the the other cultural facilities at Southbank and it shows they are being marginalised and it proves that Southbank strategy is elitist and not serving local people.

Many young local people start skating here, it is a social meeting place as well as a place for sport and artistic talent.

Sign the petition to let the people in charge know how you feel.

https://www.change.org/petitions/lambeth-council-southbank-centre-boris-johnson-arts-council-england-stop-the-relocation-of-the-southbank-skate-park

A Fete Worse Than Death @ The Book Club / Sunday 5th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Open: noon – 21:00

@ The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH

Free entry!!!

www.wearetbc.com

Want to escape to the country without ever leaving the comfort of Hackney? Get yourself down to A Fete Worse Than Death and celebrate the coming of spring with The Book Club. All the fun of a village fete, but with a Shoreditch twist.

Live:
John Langan Band
The Bonfire Band
Bard
The Elasticated Waist Band
Cash Cows

Swallow Magazine: Cinco De Mayo @ Hewett Street gallery / Sunday 5th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 11:00 – 15:00

@ Hewett Street Gallery, 18 Hewett Street, London EC2A 3NN

Free entry. Food from £4 so bring lots of money if you’re likely to be hungry.

www.prote.in

Swallow Magazine will be taking over the Hewett Street gallery to celebrate Cinco De Mayo (The Fifth Day of May) in a Mexican style brunch-up!

Swallow have enlisted the likes of London food collective family, who will be bringing their own personal touch to the magazine’s Huevos Rancheros recipe, a hugely celebrated breakfast taco dish, made from sautéed corn tortillas and eggs in a rich and spicy salsa of tomato, garlic and chili – on sale for £4. Also expect delicious creations from Protein’s resident coffee extrodinaires DunneFrankowski, who will be on hand, making drinks inspired by the flavours of Mexico City.

Make sure you arrive early to get a taste of what’s on offer.

Mumdance Presents: Different Circles @ Queen of Hoxton / Saturday 4th May 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 20:00 – 02:00

@ Queen of Hoxton, 1-5 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX

£6 on the door, free before 21:00

www.queenofhoxton.com

Mumdance is the brainchild of Brighton producer and DJ Jack Adams, and Different Circles is his bi-monthly party showcasing his eclectic tastes in music. Expect an anything-goes journey through electronic music.

DJs:
Boy 8 Bit
Mumdance (Mad Decent / U.T.T.U)
Temple
The Memorable Kind
Chris Yaxley

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