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Bump & Hustle Music 2 Floor Halloween Special @ Bussey Building / Saturday 31st October 2015


Doors: 22:00 – 05:00

@ Bussey building/CLF Art Cafe, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4ST

Tickets: £10 on the door (arrive early!!! Only 150 tickets on the door)

Time to dust off that zombie outfit and get ready for a monstrous, multi-level BUMP & HUSTLE MUSIC HALLOWEEN SPECIAL.

PAUL TROUBLE ANDERSON joined by one of the UKs most respected House DJs and Producers including RICKY MORRISON, NYC Disco Pioneer & Bump Resident JOHN MORALES and more.

Spread across two floors with scarily sexy-sexy House N’ Soul, Disco & Eclectic Funk business served up loud, bassy and direct to the whole of you soul!!!

VICE House Party @ Old Blue Last / Friday 30th October 2015


Doors: 20:00-late

@ The Old Blue Last, 38 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3ES London

Free entry

What better way is there to mark the beginning of long nights spent drinking inside, than with another VICE house party?

Defrost your weary body with a few drinks and a dance to music from some of the best DJs.

The party kicks off at 8pm – and is, as ever, FREE – but if you want to get things off to a gentle start beforehand then join at 6.30pm for an exclusive screening of the new film ‘Unicorns‘.

Halloween Zombie Apocalypse @ Bounce Farringdon / Saturday 31st October 2015


Doors: 7pm-2am

@ Bounce Ping Pong, 121 Holborn, London EC1N 2TD

When disaster strikes, the Bounce UV Bunker will be the safest place to shelter during the impending Zombie attack.

The Bounce bunker will offer:
– Free ping pong after 11pm (with no booking necessary!)
– Room for 350 fortunate people in the UV ping pong bunker
– Free entry
– Stockpiled food, drink and blood
– Gruesome Games Gurus
– UV face painters
– Special gory cocktail prizes for the best outfit
– DJ Christian Laing will be playing a-pop-alypse set

Presenting Japan @ QEII Centre (Westminster) / until Thursday 29th October 2015


Doors: around 11am-6pm

@ QEII Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

The venue for the Rugby World Cup will move from England to Japan, where the tournament is due to be held in 2019.

Creative artists, craftspeople, chefs, sporting figures and other people representing the best of Japan will be gathering in London at the end of October to convey the values of the nation to a worldwide audience.

Presentations involving various topics will be given by many illustrious individuals who very rarely come together on the same stage.

Inviting you to immerse yourself in the essence of Japan in London this autumn, taking in a feast of live art, Japanese cuisine and Sake, and a whole range of other Japanese treats.

Days and times:
Sat 24th October, Cultural food 11:30am ~ 3:30pm
Sun 25th October, Technology with heart 1:00pm ~ 4:00pm
Mon 26th October, Timeless creation 1:00pm ~ 3:00pm
Tue 27th October, Social innovation 12:00am ~ 19:30pm
Wed 28th October, Sport for Tomorrow 1:00pm ~ 3:00pm
Thu 29th October, Visit Japan 4:00pm ~ 6:00pm

Starbucks Reserve bar: just opened @ Upper St. Martin’s Lane


Doors: seven days a week from 8am to 9pm

@ Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London

It’s Starbucks like you’ve never seen before! A new concept they call ‘a theatre for Reserve coffee’ in the heart of London around the amazing theatres and shopping.

The first of its kind in Europe featuring a multi-sensory experience built around its array of exclusive Reserve coffees and signature drinks including; Sparkling Espresso with Mint and the Iced Shaken Doubleshot with a Fior Di Latte base.

The inside is beautiful with lovely natural materials – leathers, metals and wood, softened and relaxing furnishings which provide a welcome oasis in such a busy party of town! Wifi is the fastest in the area so you can update your mates on your day in the Capital!

– Freshly prepared food on site throughout the day,
– Newly launched Starbucks Evenings menu
– Wine and beer until 9pm (yes! Wine and beer!)

Summit Talks: Mollie Hughes (one of the youngest Brits to climb Everest) @ Up at the O2 / Tuesday 27th October 2015


Doors: 10am-2pm (chance to meet Mollie)

@ The O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX

Tickets: £28 book online

This half term, Up at The O2 is challenging adventurous spirits to experience urban mountaineering with an exhilarating climb across the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Upon reaching the viewing platform, climbers will be welcomed by adventurer Mollie Hughes who is one of Britain’s youngest explorers.

For one day only, Mollie will be holding a series of Summit Talks on the viewing platform, 52m above ground level. Harnesses and carabiner clips are no stranger to Mollie who in 2012, at the age of twenty-one, became one of the youngest Brits to conquer the world’s tallest mountain.

In front of a stunning 360 degree backdrop of London’s skyline, Mollie will share inspirational stories from her Everest expedition as well as her goal to next year become the first British woman to summit the mountain from both the North and South routes.

• Minimum age 10 years old
• Minimum height 1.2m
• Each booking must include at least one adult climber for every two climbers under 18
Full terms and conditions

Shooting With Light @ New Diorama Theatre / until 24th October 2015


Doors: 19:30

@ New Diorama Theatre, 15 – 16 Triton Street, London NW1 3BF

Tickets: £14:50 book online

Following a successful tour of the UK and an acclaimed five-city tour of China, contemporary theatre trailblazers Idle Motion will this week bring Shooting With Light back to New Diorama Theatre for one week only.

In a world where two and a half billion photos are taken every day, sometimes the most remarkable stories are found behind the camera.

In 1933 a young Jewish German refugee fled to Paris where she became immersed in the world of photography and embarked on a tumultuous relationship with legendary photographer Robert Capa.

These passions led her to become the first ever female photojournalist to die shooting a warzone from the front line, throwing herself headfirst into the horrors of the Spanish Civil War.

While Gerda Taro’s photos remain some of the most beautifully candid illustrations of the grotesque absurdities of armed conflict, her byline – though iconic in some quarters – remains largely unknown.

Autumnal dining with Grain Store Chef Bruno Loubet @ La Maison Maille / Monday 26th October 2015


Doors: 7.30pm-9.30pm

@ La Maison Maille, 2 Piccadilly Arcade, London SW1Y 6NH

Tickets: £30 book online

Gourmet event and unique opportunity for food and wine connoisseurs to spend an evening with Maille’s Consultant Chef Bruno Loubet. Including complimentary wine from the Bordeaux region, canapés and sampling of dishes.

The intimate evening will celebrate the flavours of the autumnal season, as he takes you through the passions for artisanal techniques learned whilst growing up in rural Bordeaux, such as foraging for ceps and wild mushrooms.

Bruno Loubet will take you through his culinary approach of bringing together three or four elements in perfect balance, highlighting the delicate flavours of each – whilst creating gourmet recipes for guests to taste and try techniques for themselves.

Charles Richardson: HEADBONE @ Zabludowicz Collection / until 8th November 2015


Doors: Thursday–Sunday 12–6pm

@ Zabludowicz Collection, 176 Prince of Wales Road, London NW5 3PT

Free entry

Exploring themes of male identity and uncertainty. Through the symbolic use of bodies, objects and gestures he navigates the idiosyncrasies that permeate the ‘lifestyles’ of today. Employing images of the absurd Richardson’s approach disarms through dark humour and the staging of infantile wonder.

The exhibition HEADBONE features a new single-channel video has as its central component, extending both the technical ambition and emotional complexity of his practice. Using digital photography Richardson creates 3D models of his own body, and the bodies of others, which are then animated with movement and sound. Bound in everyday detritus the figures appear frozen and mute, yet full of psychological resonance. The video is presented alongside sculptural objects linked to its production, and displayed in an installation constructed from foil-covered board that requires viewers to weave a route through to a final ‘chamber’.

Future Artefacts @ Shoreditch Studios / from Friday 23rd till Sunday 25th October 2015


Friday 12.00 – 20.00
Saturday 10.00 – 20.00
Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

@ Shoreditch Studios, 37 Batemans Row, London EC2A 3HH

Future of physical media; the world’s most progressive music, arts publishing, fashion and tech companies will be selling exclusive products at the fair.

Forty of the most exciting producers of physical media will present their finest products in a luxury environment for the inaugural FUTURE ARTEFACTS fair in 2015.

Everything from record labels and arts publishers to tech companies and artists, you can expect to see 3D printed music totems, fabric with patterns generated by sonic algorithms, experience Bjork’s Stonemilk video on Oculus Rift, and buy exclusive vinyl pressings, DIY synthesisers, prints and special editions of art and photo books.

Artisan food and drink will be supplied by leading London caterers in two bars, including one outdoor covered and heated area with film screenings.

Aesop, AMC Books, AnOther, Astral Black, Beatwoven, Baron Magazine, Bemojake, Big Dada, Butterz, Claire de Rouen, Diagonal, Ditto Press, Eros, Four Corners, GOST Books, Here Press & Loose Joints, Huntleys & Palmers, In Other Words, Knives, Kodoji, Landfill Editions, LuckyMe, Ninja Tune, One Little Indian, PAN, REGA, Reify, Ridinghouse, SPBH Editions, Sorika, Stolen Recordings, Studio Operative, Technology Will Save Us, Trolley Books and more!

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