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November 2016

Food, Things to do in london

Date for diary: The Limehouse Social Christmas Markets, 29th November 2016

November 10, 2016

Limehouse Social Christmas Market

Christmas is coming soon and the Limehouse Social Market is going all out to celebrate in style, continuing their mission to unite the community by providing a social environment in which everyone is welcome. The market has been growing month on month, with Halloween being their largest and most successful event to date. Get down to their next Christmas market on the 29th November, think baileys and hot chocolate, caroling, elves, Christmas craft workshops and community spirit, all with our backdrop of outstanding food, beautiful waterside location, retail traders and the Sugar For My Soul bar.

Limehouse social’s street food traders are some of the best on London’s food scene. Tto fill your bellies with delicious food and festive joy, treat yourself to an early christmas present in the form of a burger from Backstreet Diner, a lovely turkish Gozleme from Oh My Gozleme or a steak sandwich from Angostura Steak House. Who said Christmas presents don’t come in the shape of a mouthwatering wrap from Kalimera or a lemon tart from Italian Recipe?

Details below:

limehouse christmas markets



Saturday 26th November 2016 / Saturday 10th + Sunday 11th December


Limehouse Basin – E14 7LB

Art, Things to do in london

Date for your diary: Serpentine Gallery Winter Exhibitions Preview Zaha Hadid and Lucy Raven Wednesday 7 December 2016

November 10, 2016

This winter, the Serpentine presents an exhibition of paintings and the rarely seen drawings of the pioneering and visionary architect Zaha Hadid. The exhibition will take place in the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, an extension completed in 2013 and one of Zaha Hadid Architects’ first permanent buildings in central London.

Zaha Hadid is widely regarded as a pioneering and visionary architect whose contribution to the world of architecture was ground-breaking and innovative. The Serpentine presentation, first conceived with Hadid herself, will reveal her as an artist with drawing at the very heart of her work and will include the architect’s calligraphic drawings and rarely seen private notebooks with sketches that reveal her complex thoughts about architectural forms and their relationships.

Get a sneak preview before everyone else – invite below.


Things to do in london

Miaow: Catnip Festival happening in London – Friday 25th November 2016

November 10, 2016

catnip festival

I have to say that this is a pretty random idea for a festival, but in London anything goes these days.

 C A T N I P – Festival

London’s first Cat video festival comes to London for it’s inaugural edition on Friday 25th November at The Coronet. A jam packed night full of the finest Cat based entertainment in THE World.

A jam packed night full of the finest Cat based entertainment in THE World.
– Big DJ Sets
– Aerialists, Catrobatics & Circus
– Feline Cabaret
– Cat Video Room & VJs
– Cat Meme Gallery
– Cat Gymnasium
– Interactive Games
– Walkabouts Purrformers
– Arcade Games
– Photobooth
– Pizza treats
+ More treats to be revealed
WHAT: Catnip Festival
WHEN: Friday 25th November10pm – 6am
WHERE: The Coronet –  28 New Kent Rd, London SE1 6TJ
Info here and below:
Things to do in london

It’s a Pop up! 3 degrees house parties – Saturday 19th November 2016

November 10, 2016


Ever wanted to end up at a random house party with an amazing crowd and have a great night? Want to re-live those great fancy dress parties of your uni days?

Well, on Saturday 19th November you can! 3 Degrees House Parties, in honour of Universal Children’s Day (20th November), is throwing pop up ‘What Did You Want to Be When You Grew Up?’ themed house parties all over London.

Expect a house party full of hilarity: You’ll be bumping into Blue Peter presenters, astronauts, policeman – as everyone will be coming as their childhood wannabe.  Sweets & sherbet will be on tap all night, and party bags will be handed out at the finish.

And the crowd at the party? Tailored to you. When you book a 3 Degrees party, you will be asked a couple of fun questions to get to know you, and then invited you to the party with the crowd you’ll have the most fun partying with. You may also find some 2nd and 3rd degree connections there too!

What: Pop up ‘WHAT DID YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GREW UP?’ themed house parties in honour of Universal Children’s Day

When: Saturday 19th November, 2016. Starting 7.30pm

Where: At a number of private homes in Zone 1, revealed when you book.

How much: £16.99 (single) or £14.99 each (group of 3), no need to BYOB as we’ll be providing the drinks for the evening. £1 will be donated to UNICEF for every ticket sold.

To book:  Go to look out for your personalised invite via email and a link to book tickets. Box office contact: 0787 661 7009


So fun party, great crowd = an evening to remember!