The Love Carnival familia Selecta Madmax, DJ Cal Jader & MC Fedzilla will be bring the hypest Tropical Bass, Global Beats, Carnival Vibes, and Dancehall Riddims.
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Plus mind-blowing visuals from Oddscene, immersive interactive fun, colourful characters and vibrant decor.
Their first party of 2017. Get ready for a Tropical injection to blast away those Winter chills!
Pablo Villierezz aka Panther Panther is an AV artist and DJ from Mexican origin, playing delightful electronica from Latin America. His unique blend of Electro-Cumbia and Digital Folkloric sounds, takes you on a retro-futuristic journey into space and beyond! With releases on Tropical Twista Records & Le Ronca Records, Villierezz is showing the world the intersection between the Tropical Bass vibe and that Bristol Sound.
There’ll also be a little live treat from London’s freshest Bloco, Casa Da Cachaça the breaks come thick and fast from these 10 drummers led by mestre Fred Turuka.
Ru Robinson is rightly recognised as one of the key players in Bristols vibrant Tropical scene. His broad collection of global music is lovingly selected for the dance floor, with focus on the diverse sounds of Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean, often delving into the irresistible influences of Funk, Dancehall and Swing.
Casa Da Cachaça (Live)
MC Fedzilla / DJ Cal Jader / Selecta Mad Max
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Gathered Leaves: Photographs by Alec Soth widely considered to be world’s foremost documentary photographer. The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to see the journey his photographs make from the printed page to the exhibition wall.
Learn how to create the authentic taste of Cuba at the Casa Havana Mojito bar!
London’s markets are getting that authentic Cuban flavour. Until August a series of pop-up Casa Havana Mojito bars will offer you a chance to mix your own mojitos for free, expertly guided by trained ‘Cantineros’ (the word for ‘barmen’ in Cuban Spanish). All guests will be gifted a rustic Havana tin cup to take away too. Simply swing by at Taste of London festival or Brixton Market and learn how to create the perfect mojito quicker than you can say salud!
This summer, London will be one of 20 cities around the world to host a race as part of the Nike Women’s Race Series – the world’s largest race series for women, which will unite female runners and enable them to experience and celebrate the power of sport.
From James Rebanks, the Herdwick Shepherd, comes The Shepherd’s Life, a story of the Lake District and its people which could redefine the literature of rural life
Some people’s lives are entirely their own creations. James Rebanks’ isn’t. The first son of a shepherd, who was the first son of a shepherd himself, he and his family have lived and worked in and around the Lake District for generations. Their way of life is ordered by the seasons and the work they demand, and has been for hundreds of years.
Enjoy the sunset and twinkling lights of London and soak up the magical night time views with a hot spiced apple juice or glass of mulled wine. Entry to the bar is included in the standard ticket price.
There is no better way to enter into the Christmas spirit! Great for after work drinks or the perfect way to start the weekend.
Win 2 tickets for either the late night bar opening (12th and 19th from 4pm-10pm) or Christmas activities during the day (13th, 14th, 20-24th from 12pm-4pm). Email email@example.com by Wednesday midnight 10th including your preference (bar or Christmas activities).
Residents of boroughs Barking and Dagenham, Greenwich, Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest can get £2 off standard ticket price.
To mark the publication of Phaidon’s beautiful new design title, Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography, join author Elias Redstone in a conversation with distinguished photographers Bas Princen and Richard Wentworth, whose work is featured in this exciting collection of work.
Win two tickets by emailing us with the name of your favourite building in London by the end of today (midnight Thursday 25th September). Email firstname.lastname@example.org winners will be chosen by Friday 26th September.
Co-curator of the upcoming Barbican exhibition Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age.
Artist and photographer living and working in Rotterdam. His work focuses on the transformations of the urban landscape, researching possible future scenarios and outcomes using photography.
Artist, played a leading role in New British Sculpture since the end of the 1970s. Wentworth photographs the everyday, paying attention to objects and involuntary geometries, as well as uncanny situations that often go unnoticed.