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  • The return of Beavertown Summer collaboration sessions

    Following the success of last year’s meteoric combination of amazing artists and unworldly craft beer, Beavertown’s Summer collaboration sessions are back this June with a big bang! Kicking off in London on June 22nd with a complete takeover of Hackney Bridge, music affectionados will be treated to two stages, featuring some of the most exciting artists spanning multiple genres. Not to mention gallons of Beavertown’s gloriously exciting craft beer. Following London, the sessions will continue in 2 other cities with music weaved into their fabric, Manchester and Bristol. Each event features music and artists that have their roots anchored to these cities, representing the musical heritage of all three. London Acts include the legendary Nightmares on Wax, Moonchild Sanelly, who have collaborated with greats such as Gorrilaz and Beyonce. So don’t hesitate, get down there, crack open a beer, enjoy delicious street food, let loose and enjoy some incredible live performances. When? London 22nd June | Manchester - 20th July | Bristol - 10th August Tickets: Early bird - £8 (+booking fee) Standard - £12 (+booking fee) To book tickets visit - Written by Rick Hartley Photo courtesy of Beavertown

  • Eating the right food and drink to support your gut health

    As we age, we need to pay a lot more attention to our body and how we feel. We may all be short on time but looking after our gut is important to avoid bloating, gas, constipation and inflammation. Exercise, sleeping better, managing stress, staying hydrated, eating more fibre and including prebiotics and probiotics in your diet are all ways to help support your gut health. Not sure where to start when it comes to eating food and drinks packed with probiotics or gut-improving powders to carry with you on the go? We have listed some of our favourites below. Vadasz pickles and ferments Vadasz has a range of delicious and gut-friendly condiments, perfect to add to noodles, salads, poke bowls or to simply eat on its own. The Vadasz condiments are made with a traditional fermentation process, keeping contents unpasteurised and retaining their crunchiness and fresh flavour. Containing probiotics which are beneficial to the gut and not found in many existing products that are pasteurised using vinegar. For more information visit Willy’s Apple Cider Vinegar Willy’s ACV with ‘live mother’ is a powerful promoter of health & wellbeing. It supports the perfect probiotic environment for metabolising a healthy gut microbiome, whilst being loaded with antioxidants. There are three ACVs to choose from – Original; Turmeric & Eureka Lemon with turmeric, black pepper, honey & lemon; and Fire Cider with horseradish, garlic, onion, freshly ground ginger, turmeric & cayenne pepper. Dilute and have a daily dose to help stabilise blood glucose and boost gut health or use as a condiment, bringing your food to life, keeping your gut happy. Short on time and in need of a ACV shot first thing in the morning? Try the ACV shots, which comes in small bottles with three different flavours. For more information visit ACV Drinks How many times have you heard apple cider vinegar, helps with gut health, but finding it hard to grab a drink on the go? Check out the ACV refreshing range of drinks containing a blend of sparkling water, organic Apple Cider Vinegar, organic extracts and spices combined to create a great tasting drink with all the functional benefits of concentrated ACV. For more information visit Rheal A Powder blend which you can add to your daily smoothie or juice has become a popular choice. Rheal offers ‘Gut Feel’, a natural prebiotic of gut friendly superfoods, to help your Gut Feel its best every day. Add ‘Gut Feel' to water, fresh juice, or a smoothie daily and watch it work its magic. For more information visit

  • Free drinks while you watch England v Denmark at The Carpenters Arms

    Football fever is about to hit London! On Thursday, 20th June, SharkNinja are transforming a local pub into the ultimate game-watching haven. Renamed ‘The Carpeters Arms’ for the night, this iconic spot will be the place to be for England fans as they go head-to-head with Denmark. SharkNinja is treating lucky football fans to FREE drinks* throughout the match! As you cheer on the Three Lions, you can enjoy a refreshing pint on the house, courtesy of SharkNinja, the masterminds behind the Shark CarpetXpert Deep Cleaner.  To prove how good their Built-In StainStriker is they are installing a pristine white carpet in the pub for the game, where they will demonstrate how good their cleaner is by handling any spill on the night. So get yourself signed up to the event through Eventbrite for one of England’s biggest sporting events of the year and remember to arrive early to secure your spot and enjoy the complimentary beverages. *Terms and conditions apply. Free drinks are limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. When: 20th June from 4.30pm – 8pm Address: The Carpenters Arms, 68-70 Whitfield St, W1T 4EY on Thursday 20th June from 4.30pm-8pm. Sign up by visiting Written by Lorna Bryn Photo courtesy of The Carpenters Arms

  • Fancy a sleepover at the Natural History Museum

    Following the previous sell-out Dino Snores for Kids experience the Natural History Museum is releasing two extra dates by popular demand. This one-of-a-kind overnight stay in the heart of the museum is releasing tickets for Friday, September 20th and Saturday 19th October 2024. This unique event gives families the chance to not only explore the museum after dark, but as special guests you will be given your own cosy space to set up camp under the famous blue whale skeleton and camp out for the night. There will be presentations by the Museum’s scientists, followed by a tour of the Museum by torchlight. Guests are also invited to attend a workshop to create a dinosaur T-shirt, before snuggling down for a bedtime story. In the morning the fun continues with a hearty breakfast and the opportunity to wander around the iconic galleries exploring the natural world. The Natural History Museum is located in the heart of South Kensington and is one of the most visited attractions in the UK. Ages: Suitable for ages 7-11 Price: Adults £80; Child £80; Members £72; VIP £117 For more information and to book your ticket visit Address: Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London Written by Claire Bloom Image courtesy of The Trustees of the Natural History Museum

  • Made in Brasil, Camden - Review

    On a warm Friday evening, we made our way to Camden for our much-anticipated dinner at Made in Brasil. Situated just off the main street, we arrived just as all the market stalls were finishing for the day. The venue itself vibrantly sticks out on an otherwise drab street, inviting passers-by with its lively exterior and Brazilian beats. Since we were early, we decided to enjoy a cocktail while soaking up the last bit of sun in their outdoor area whilst listening to the music. Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted by very friendly staff who escorted us to our table next to the bar. From there, we had a perfect view of the bartender showcasing their skills in crafting the sumptuous cocktails the establishment is renowned for. The interior design of the restaurant is reminiscent of the bright colours of Brazil, with a focus on yellows, blues, and reds. Very colourful abstract paintings adorn the walls, adding to the vibrant and lively atmosphere. The menu offers a variety of traditional Brazilian dishes. For starters I chose the Aquarela do Basil Salada, a tomato, basil, and burrata salad which was okay but lacked the expected creaminess of burrata, I added basil oil to bring the flavours together. My guest chose the Camarao Alho e Pimenta,  pan-fried garlic and chilli prawns which were glorious. The prawns were cooked to perfection, and the sauce was a highlight. We couldn't resist lapping up every drop. I went for the Rib Eye Steak Grelhado, served with chorizo and thyme new potatoes. The steak itself lacked flavour and again it was my guest’s dish that caught our attention. She ordered the Furtos Do Mar Na Chappa which was full of flavour, a sizzling medley of seafood and fish with a rice accompaniment. The seafood was fresh and cooked just right, making it a delightful main course. For dessert, we took the waitress's recommendation and chose the Brazilian authentic Acai na Tigela, a berry sorbet with granola, banana, and honey. It was refreshing and delicious. My guest's choice was spot on, Quindim da Colonizacao, a custard tart, complemented by grated coconut, it was very tasty and provided a satisfying end to the meal. Of course, we washed it all down with some delectable cocktails. The drinks menu is impressive, with a wonderful assortment of mixed-flavoured caipirinhas, which were expertly crafted and delightful. Overall, our evening at Made in Brasil was enjoyable, not just because of the food but also due to the friendliness of the staff and excellent customer service. The talented bar staff, in particular, stood out, ensuring that our drinks were top-notch. While some dishes, like the prawns and seafood medley, shone brightly, others, such as the rib eye steak and salad, left room for improvement. Nevertheless, the vibrant atmosphere and welcoming staff make this a place worth visiting again. Website: Address: 12 Inverness St, London, NW1 7HJ Written by Lorna Bryn

  • Bloomsday Festival at Embassy Gardens

    Saturday June 15th brings another edition of Bloomsday - an extravaganza showcasing Irish culture, food, drink and music in Nine Elms in honour of the esteemed Irish poet James Joyce. Co-hosted by Darby’s, the oyster bar, bakery, and grill from chef-owner Robin Gill, the event at Embassy Gardens offers a jam-packed programme of activities and events, featuring a line-up of incredible talent, both new and old from Ireland. Imedlda May takes to the stage at 4pm, the line up is below: 12.00 - 12.40 - World Heart Beat 12.40 - 13.20 - Nially 13.20 - 14.00 - Gareth Freiheit 14.10 - 14.20 - Oisin Rogers - Spoken Word 14.20 - 15.00 - Jeanette Murphy 15.00 - 15.10 - Trevor Kaniswaran - Spoken Word 15.10 - 15.50 - Amber Jade 15.50 - 16.00 - Emma Dabiri - Spoken Word 16.00 - 17.00 - Imelda May 17.00 - 17.10 - Emma Dabiri - Spoken Word 17.10 - 17.30 - Fintan James 17.30 - 17.40 - Trevor Kaniswaran - Spoken Word 17.40 - 18.10 - Blanid 18.20 - 19.00 - Bukky the Person 19.00 - 19.40 - Alibhe Reddy Cathal Broderick 19.40 - 20.20 - Cathal Broderick 20.20 - 21.00 - Lisa Canny (Please note performance times are subject to change before the event). Unbelievably this is all free - you can also try playing Irish instruments and dine on typical Irish foods with popups from Teeling Whiskey, Five Farms Irish Cream, 40ft Brewery, Gusbourne, Campari, Dash Burgers, Ruben’s Reubens, and Wine and Rind. Enjoy Irish film screenings from 1-4pm too. Time: 12pm to 9pm Address: Embassy Gardens, 3 Viaduct Gardens, Nine Elms, London SW11 7AY Book your tickets here: Written by Claire Selby Image courtesy of Bloomsday Festival

  • Free sports screenings at Spitalfields E1 from 1st July

    This summer Spitalfields E1 is embracing a summer of sports! Londoners are promised an unforgettable summer of free sports screenings in Bishops Square. Which includes Wimbledon, the Olympics, the Paralympics and Cricket, while lounging on deck chairs and enjoying exclusive offers from nearby food vendors. The Streaming Schedule Include: Wimbledon | 1-14 July The Olympics | 26 July – 11 August The Hundred Cricket | 1-25 August Paralympics | 28 August – 8 September Street food vendors include: ·  Alfi: Enjoy 50% off the first drink and enjoy ‘bocce’ lanes (Italian pétanque) and dartboards on their terrace. ·  Brother Marcus: Savour the new summer menu featuring fried chicken rosti and harissa eggs. ·  Lamb Street Food Kiosks: Get 10% off with the Spitalfields app. ·  Wicked Fish: Gluten-free Fish & Chips ·  Dos Mast Tacos: Birria Tacos ·  Moving Mountains: Vegan Wraps ·  i-Thai: Thai street-food ·  Smokoloko: Smoked Brisket ·  Ebby’s Kitchen: Authentic Turkish Food ·  Sud Italia: Pizza ·  Grime Burgers: British Wagyu Burgers Visit for an updated screening schedule and for more information. Written by Imelda Nela Photo courtesy of Spitalfields

  • Third Space is now open in Wood Wharf  

    London’s premier health and fitness brand, Third Space, has recently opened its doors to its newest location in Wood Wharf. The new club space features a sleek, futuristic design and top-of-the-line amenities, including Normatec recovery equipment, a luxurious sauna, a steam room, a hydro pool, a twenty-metre swimming pool, and a tranquil residents' lounge. Members will be pleased to hear that they will also have access to over 120 diverse classes. The training facilities are equally impressive, as members can enjoy an open-plan multi-functional gym floor complete with Eleiko free weights, elite lifting racks, and expansive and integrated cardio equipment. The Reformer Pilates and Yoga studios offer dynamic workouts tailored to all levels. Alongside traditional Reformer Pilates classes, for the first time ever, members will also get to experience the unique benefits of Tower Reformer Pilates, which incorporates a trapeze-like element. This makes Wood Wharf one of the only fitness spaces in London to offer this new form of Pilates! Join Third Space Wood Wharf and become part of a vibrant community that prioritises your fitness and wellness goals. To experience London’s most luxurious fitness destination and for further information, visit Written by Ismelda Nela Photography courtesy of Third Space

  • Where to dine for Father’s Day - 2024

    Father’s Day is less than two weeks away, a day to truly say thanks and to celebrate your special father. Still looking for the perfect restaurant in London, to treat him to an unforgettable dining experience? We have rounded up some of our favourite restaurants offering something a little special for Father's Day. Delamina - EAST Head to Delamina EAST to treat your dad to an unforgettable dining experience. With sumptuous dishes, handcrafted cocktails, and a stylish setting. Menu highlights include the signature beef Shawarma, za’atar prawns and their famous cauliflower. Toast your dad with the Kasbah Sazerac cocktail, finished with cinnamon smoke, to celebrate his special day. To book visit Oblix at The Shard Oblix at The Shard have teamed up with the renowned Fable Whisky to host an exclusive event for Father’s Day. Featuring an exceptionally crafted menu and innovative cocktails, perfect for whisky-loving dads. Each table will be welcomed with a selection of canapés and a choice of three much-loved whisky based cocktails. Which will be followed by a 3-course menu of bone marrow beef tartare, Oblix’s signature flame grilled, cedar smoked black cod, and a rich pecan chocolate bar served with whisky ice-cream made with Fable’s Chapter Six: Crows whisky, distilled at Blair Athol. Book a table by the window and enjoy incredible views of London’s landmarks from St Paul’s Cathedral to Westminster’s Big Ben and on to Battersea Power Station. Price: £108pp | Date: Sunday 16th June Booking Link: Zuaya Zuaya will be celebrating Father’s Day, by offering a complimentary glass of champagne for dads. Zuaya serves sharing-style dishes inspired by Brazil, Peru, and Mexico. Menu highlights include Argentinian Sirloin with Chimichurri, Garlic King Prawns, Truffle Seabass Ceviche and Wagyu Short Rib Bao. To book visit Bocconcino Soho Luxury Italian restaurant Bocconcino Soho is offering dads a complimentary negroni on Father’s Day when ordering a main course from the new Special Sunday Dining Menu. Enjoy a range of authentic antipasti from cured meats and beef carpaccio to aubergine parmigiana, and mains like beef ragu lasagne, seabass with potato crust and authentic wood-fired pizzas. It’s the perfect Italian feast for the whole family! To book visit Pravaas This Father’s Day Pravaas are treating all fathers to a complimentary cocktail, the whiskey-based cocktail is called an Adhira, which in Sanskrit translates to noble, power and strength. A wonderful way to show your Dad how much you appreciate him. Menu highlights include Wasabi Chicken Tikka, Monk Fish Curry, and Lamb Rogan Josh. To book visit Babur For Father’s Day, Babur has curated a delightful feasting menu, featuring a spectacular slow-cooked shoulder of lamb. To complement the delicious Indian fare, Babur is offering all dads a complimentary cocktail during the dinner service on 16th June. A wonderful way to toast your dad. To book visit visit Bamboo Mat Bamboo Mat Stratford East Village is running a special Wagyu menu for dads on 16th of June. Sea Bass Ceviche to start, followed by A4 Grade Wagyu Beef with Japanese BBQ sauce and Pickled Wasabi (normally £42), Wagyu Nigiri, Salmon and Avocado Maki, and a bottle of house wine to share for only £50 per person. To book visit

  • Lola’s Cupcakes ‘Super Dad’ Collection - Perfect for Father’s Day

    Lola’s Cupcakes have launched the ‘Super Dad’ collection, so you can say ‘Thank You Dad’ with the ultimate indulgent treat this Father’s Day. We can't think of a better way to say thanks! The ‘Super Dad’ collection includes fresh, colourful cupcakes, decadent brownies and full-sized chocolate and vanilla layered cakes. Topped with quirky hero signs, stars, dad logos and much more. Cake Choose from a delicious, light vanilla sponge cake layered with raspberry compote and swathed in smooth vanilla buttercream or a decadent chocolate sponge sandwiched with rich chocolate buttercream. Price: Small (serves 8): £27.50 | Medium (serves 14): £45 | Large (serves 24): £75 Cupcakes A regular box includes six cupcakes, and a miniature box contains 12. Each box is available with a mix of vanilla and chocolate sponges. Decorated with stars, speech bubbles, sprinkles and pearls. Price:  6 regular cupcakes: £22.20 | 12 mini cupcakes: £25.20 Belgian chocolate brownies A box of six Belgian chocolate brownies paired with delicious blue and white ganache and topped with sprinkles and sugarpaste hero signs and stars. Price: 6 box of brownies: £17.70 The collection will be available to pre-order from 29th May and will be in stores and ready for delivery from 12th June. For more information and to order visit Photography courtesy of Lola’s Cupcakes

  • TT - London - Review

    Walking into TT - London, to dine at their restaurant, you wouldn’t know you were in the right place. A fine whiskey bottle shop doubles up as a reception space, where you check in. Spread across the ground floor and rooftop, the restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday, offering dinner from a menu of seasonal wood fired sharing plates and daily specials, alongside cocktails, beers and an extensive wine list. Having been a big fan of TT - London for quite some time, I’d frequented their cellar bar, cinema and even their cocktail making classes for several years and was excited to try the latest string in their well-considered bow. Located three stories up the view is pretty special: the city, Shoreditch town hall and the overground train tracks all in one frame of view. A beautiful day, they had the sides of the terrace down to allow for a lush summer breeze, with retractable walls and roof, TT - London have cracked the code of how to effectively operate an open-air rooftop space in the UK’s unpredictable weather. Known for their epic smoked meats, we were here to sample the plant side of the menu which is surprisingly robust for a restaurant that prides itself on its grill skills. Welcomed with a glass of Crémant whilst we admired the view and debated our order, we started with just a simple ciabatta which was exceptional in itself; A huge slab of freshly baked bread, we were off to a great start. We ordered the burnt aubergine; brown butter yoghurt, pomegranate, and almond which was delicious, the hummus; served with tahini and baby cucumber, and the smoked oyster mushrooms; with Burford brown egg yolk, very tasty and moreish. The Grilled Cabbage was my personal favourite; salty, crispy and creamy all at the same time, one of those dishes that inspires you to experiment with the ingredients at home (but knowing you could never recreate it). Ending with a sticky toffee pudding to share served old school dinner vibes e.g. a massive fluffy slice with loads of toffee sauce and a creamy side, we ended our meal feeling fat and happy and ready to roll into our weekends. A picturesque spot in the heart of Shoreditch, the new restaurant at TT London is a must try, offering delicious food and drinks in a setting to match. Although fast becoming known for their epic meat skills, they have a vegi side of the menu which is well thought through and tasty, and we would highly recommend this option if looking to cater for a mixed group. Website: Written by Jordan Crowley Photos courtesy of TT - London

  • The Banana Split Edible Cocktail at The Alchemist

    This June, prepare your taste buds for something a little different where sustainability and indulgence go hand in hand. Zero-waste-inspired spirits brand Discarded Spirits Co. joins forces with chocolate innovators Tony’s Chocolonely to create the ultimate eco-friendly, decadent delight: the limited-edition Banana Split edible cocktail, available exclusively at The Alchemist. From June 3rd to June 30th, The Banana Split will be available for cocktail enthusiasts across all 23 of The Alchemist’s vibrant locations. Featuring Discarded Spirits Co.'s award-winning Banana Peel Rum and Banana Liqueur, this cocktail blended with rich strawberry puree and Tony’s Chocolate Housemade Oat Milk and encased in an edible Stroodle cup. Elevating the experience, the Banana Split is topped with vanilla cream foam, a sprinkle of sea salt, a cherry, and a delightful banana-shaped garnish crafted from Tony’s broken chocolate segments. This mouth-watering combination not only satisfies your sweet tooth but also aligns with The Alchemist’s commitment to reducing waste and promoting circularity in the food and drink industry. Don’t miss this limited-time opportunity to indulge in the Banana Split, an unforgettable experience for eco-savvy chocolate lovers and cocktail aficionados alike. Head to The Alchemist this June and raise a Stroodle cup to a deliciously sustainable future! Written by Lorna Bryn Photo courtesy of Tony Chocolonely

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