It’s the end of 2017 and we celebrate at the Loco’ depot Oslo once again; connecting good people with great music. You’ll find their hand-picked special guests and excellent residents playing House, Disco, Funk & Boogie at a state-of-the-art club and bar space, within a converted Victorian railway station. 🎉 🚂 👯 👯♂️
Attention all passengers! This Locomotive Disco Express service is now preparing to leave platform 2017. Calling at Harry Wolfman, Jive Talk, and Harrison via Oslo Hackney before reaching the final destination of 2018.
We recommend purchasing a ticket in advance for this service as ticket inspectors will be operating at this station.
It’s that time of the year, when Krampus returns to find out who’s been naughty and who’s been really bad. Prepare yourself, we have everything you need! From curses, spells, witchy clothing, bespoke Satanic artifacts and collectibles, demonic handicrafts, artworks, protective amulets and bones. There is something for all misbehaving creatures! 🎄 ☠️ 😈
Charles Jeffrey, the Glaswegian designer, illustrator and creative, is NOW Gallery’s third fashion commission. Charles’ first solo exhibition, THE COME UP will be an interactive and three-dimensional representation of the Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY brand and cult club night.
Based around Charles’ renowned illustrations, THE COME UP will explore these artworks amplified via new media. Showcased in a three-dimensional format, the exhibition will act as a manifestation of Charles’ mind. Charles’ emotive and vibrant illustrations will be interpreted afresh through large sculptural pieces that will hang from the gallery’s seven-meter ceiling. The sculptures will be a mix of PVC, fibreglass, chicken wire with papier-mache, and electrical tape, varying greatly in size.
As part of the installation, a series of shelves filled with mixed media artistic materials will be the setting of an interactive experience that will invite visitors to open up their alter egos and let creativity take over. Starting with a representation from Charles himself, the installation provides an opportunity for the visiting community to progress the structural artwork until it is complete. This relates back to a signature part of Charles’ illustrative work – repeated faces – as at the end, the installation will become a physical representation and exploration of the realm of identities and many faces who have been welcomed into the gallery to interact with THE COME UP, much like those who attend a LOVERBOY club night.
McCain is throwing out the roast dinner rulebook and opening the doors to its own speciality restaurant Roastaurant is celebrating the diversity of one of tour nation’s favourite meals. 😛 🍴 🙋
McCain has conducted research and found out that unconventional versions of the Sunday dinner stalwart are on the rise, the Roastaurant is designed for people to enjoy their perfect Roast combination and ultimately help settle the Great Roast Debate! Get a roast dinner with a choice of over 100,000 possible roast combinations in a pick ‘n’ mix style menu which have been based off the research findings.
Featuring a unique ‘gravy microbrewery’, similar to a craft ale tap room, and a giant six metre squared roast potato platter filled with thousands of McCain Roasts, the Roastaurant is set to bring the ultimate roast dinner debate experience to London.
To accommodate all roast dinner habits, no matter how quirky they may be, the menu will feature a much broader choice of items on offer then what you’d usually expect to see on a roast dinner plate. Whether it’s pigeon with onion rings covered in chocolate gravy, 0r beef brisket accompanied with a fried egg and a side of charred pineapple, the McCain Roastaurant will be dishing up a whole host of exploratory roast combinations.
The gallery pop-up invites you to consume art in ways they never imagined by using the senses to explore each piece of original artwork. 👆 😛
The Flavour Gallery features some of the most awe-inspiring artists of today including Bowie collaborator Terry Pastor, weaving masters London Loom and visual artist Anja Predojevic, who have been commissioned to create interactive artwork that challenges perceptions of what a gallery should be.
The Hoxton Basement plays host to artwork beyond imagination, art that changes colour, diffuses delightful smells and reacts to its audience. With latex-heavy works from artist Tom O’Hare in association with intimate lifestyle brand LELO, The Flavour Gallery will also feature God’s Own Junkyard, a cocktail bar in partnership with Lanique and a gift shop selling unique works exclusive to visitors.
London’s most vibrant urban market. #SampleChristmas is a celebration of the start of each new season through fresh produce and modern craftsmanship. Featuring over 80 traders. 🎁 🎄
Showcasing the latest emerging creatives from the worlds of fashion, beauty, art, design and homewares with their new collections, archive and one off show pieces. Alongside, there is a seasonal food market with fresh ingredients.
The perfect place to find that wanted gift, heartwarming festive food or treat yourself to a new addition to your wardrobe.
This wknd @UVFete's designer Christmas market comes to Greenwich Peninsula. Open 'til late with a stunning night market & huge light installation, live music, beauty bar, unique gifts, designer sale, street food, cocktail bar, DJs & over 80 traders and creatives to discover pic.twitter.com/GuDEpJhVqd
The perfect opportunity for the curiously minded to explore the gallery after hours. Take your friends, check out an amazing mix of artworks, have a drink and a bite to eat. It’s free to get in, a great atmosphere with a relaxed immersive mix of sound and visuals, hands-on making activities and intriguing discussion all curated exclusively by 15−25 year olds from Tate Collective London.
Explore and question how gender constructs influence our everyday lives. The last Late at Tate Britain of the year explores the theme of gender fluidity. Come how you feel – femme, masc, a bit of both, or neither. Join a packed evening of sound, visuals and discussion, all inspired by the Tate collection.
Walk through time and explore artworks from 1545 to the present day.
A chronological display of Britain’s greatest artists, taken from the collection. Instead of designated themes or movements, the display is is arranged by decade, so you can see an array of art made at any one moment.
Take in the cultural sights and sounds of HYPER JAPAN, taste some Japanese eats and of course, get your hands on unique Christmas gifts! 🇯🇵 ⛩
Your one-stop experience for all things Japanese in London. Take in the festive atmosphere with family and friends, and share your passion for J-culture!
Learn about Japanese traditional culture, and enjoy live performances from various artists. Savour everything from sake to sushi and sweets. Try crafts or watch martial arts. Learn some Japanese, or get travel advice about your trip to Japan!