Sight, sound, smell and touch – Sense of Space

Sense of Space a free art installation ‘What’s in our Sense of Space’ popped up in Exchange Square (5 April – 25 May 2018) to re-engage peoples senses from sight, sound, smell and touch.  The exhibition was put on by graphic designer Supermundane’s to activate different senses by energising peoples mind, body and soul.

Sense of Space – What’s in our Sense of Space

Upon heading towards this exhibition I firstly went up some stairs which had been decorated with some art. Continue reading

Fit not just for Royalty – Choc on Choc

I love chocolate and I can’t get enough of it so when I had the pleasure in sampling some unique chocolate creations by Choc on Choc I jumped to the chance.

I opted for a selection of Choc on Choc unique Royal Wedding chocolate gift sets to celebrate HRH Prince Harry and Meghan upcoming nuptials and I chose to also try the retro lollies as Summer is here and the sun is out. Firstly though let me tell you a bit more about who Choc on Choc who they are and how they started out. Continue reading

Immersive gastronomic adventure – Gingerline Chambers of Flavour v3

Gingerline returns to East London with another installment of Chambers of Flavour.

But who are Gingerline?

Gingerline is a group of clandestine dining adventurers who have been creating nights of mystery and delicious dining along the East London Line since August 2010. From Crystal Palace to Canonbury they have taken immersive dining to the next level with adventures for London’s boldest and bravest diners-from a multi-room gin filled experience in New Cross, to a submarine mess hall in Shoreditch.

They originally started life as a single dimensional nomadic food fusion which has morphed into three distinct strands of flavoursome forays: Chambers of Flavour, Classic Gingerline and the most recent Flavourology. Continue reading

BBQ cooking made easy – Weber Pulse pop up

Weber is celebrating it’s BBQ season and in collaboration with celebrity chef Simon Rimmer. Weber has turned an old style London double decker bus into a mobile pop-up restaurant.  They are touring Europe’s cities and made a brief stop in London’s Kings Cross (Pancras Square) from 10th to 13th May.  Tickets costing £43.00 each it was a bargain not to be missed.

Weber Pulse bus

Lucky guests who booked quickly like me dined on the top deck of the double decker bus. We learnt about Weber products by Dan whilst Simon Rimmer gave us a demonstration.

If you did not get a spot in time or you just did not fancy dining on top of the bus then you could always still learn more about Weber’s new Pulse BBQ which was set around the bus outside.  The guys from Weber demonstrated how to cook on the Weber Pulse grills along with providing some tasty samples of food from pizza to steak. Continue reading

Circus party going on at Roof East – SFG Club

SFG Club has re-opened and is hosting an unbelievable circus-themed roof top party which you don’t want to miss out. They have decorated the Roof East rooftop (located near Stratford station) with various games, activities, circus acts, food booths and several fantastic cocktail and beer bars. Continue reading

A mini whopper sensation – Bite Me Burger

If you love burgers but never can decide which to order then Bite Me Burger mini-burgers are a great alternative. However you might fear that a mini burger might not be filling enough but trust me after two you will feel fall. The chunky mini sliders are definitely big on flavour. Continue reading

Bob we will save you – Escape London: Taken

Escape London has two locations one in Shadwell and their other in Shepherds Bush. I went along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to initially play Escape the Seven Seas but afterwards we got to play another challenging fun escape room called Taken where we had to save Bob from a serial killer.  Continue reading

Us pirates rule – Escape London: Escape the Seven Seas

Escape London has two locations one in Shadwell and their other in Shepherds Bush. I went along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to play Escape London Escape the Seven Seas. Continue reading

A look back at April 2018 – Community Fun

This article is a look back at the amazing experiences which various community members of Love Pop Ups London enjoyed and helped spread the word about during April 2018.

April 2018 a look back

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The Grand feed me – Little Shop of Horrors

I had the privilege of attending The Grand along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to watch the classic movie Little Shop of Horrors.

The Grand

The Grand was established in 1900. Launched originally as a music hall, since then it has held a number of different events from cinema screenings, shows, bingo and even a nightclub. However The Grand has always remained true to it’s original aim to entertain.

Back in the day The Grand quickly established itself as one of London’s premier venues, attracting all sorts of stars from Marie Lloyd to young Charlie Chaplin. Continue reading

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