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London E:E London: The Bank Holiday Weekend In East London!

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A Colour Explosion
 
The launch of the new bi-monthly party at Passing Clouds presents a bonanza of talent in the tropical colourful Dalston venue. True Ingredients present a 10-piece band, DJ's and freestyle vocalists, and guests can have your face and body painted and sample the delights of freshly cooked food by The People's Kitchen Corner. £5 before 10pm, £8 after.
Friday 8pm, Passing Clouds, Haggerston, E8
Street Art London Tour
 
A four hour tour of the East-end of London, discovering the dynamic and ever changing street art that covers Shoreditch, Hoxton and Brick Lane. This is a must do for all East Londoners. Meeting outside the old Foundry on the corner of Old Street and Great Eastern Street on Saturdays 11am. They also do a bike Street Art tour on Sundays - bring your own bike! £15
Starts from Foundry Building, EC2A
Cycle-in Cinema
 
It seems The Princess Bride is having somewhat of a renaissance at the moment, having closed the Somerset House open air season a couple of weeks ago. Fine by me since it is of course the best film ever. On Sunday, Rob Reiner’s classic will be shown for free at Hackney City Farm, but you’ll have to work for it - this cinema is pedal powered. Bring a bike, a blanket and a FM radio to tune in (or borrow all of the above for a small fee). Free, suggested donation £5
Sunday 8pm, Hackney City Farm, E2
The Corner Room
 
Viajante is all well and good, but it is rather expensive for most. Luckily, Nuno Mendes allows those of us on a budget to sample his famously intricate cooking at The Corner Room. Also in Bethnal Green’s old town hall, the key is in the name – a sweet little secret room tucked in at the back of the building. The squid with jersey royals, fennel and ink was gorgeous, topped only by a sensational confit of duck then the dark chocolate with peanut butter ice cream that came after.
The Corner Room, Bethnal Green, E2
Day + Night
 
This bank holiday Sunday sees a selection of the world's finest House and Techno artists taking centre stage at two of Shoreditch's most spectacular venues, over a 20 hour day-night period. Acts include; Cocoon, 2020Vision, 8Bit, Diynamic and Cecile. The venues are being held secret until the event but there will be an outdoor terrace party and all night warehouse rave.
Tickets £20 dual or £15 day or night.
Sunday 10am-6am, venues TBD, Shoreditch
Central Line Art
 

The Central Line on the underground expands from the very east to the far west of London and at the moment has a fantastic exhibition running that you should watch out for. Acts of Kindness by artist Michael Landy wants people to tell their stories of random acts of kindness on the tube which he will then incorporate into his art. Check it out.

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The Ride Journal
 
This one is for all bike lovers. The Ride Journal is a new bike magazine that was born out of a conversation over Mexican food and beers. The idea was to create a journal of personal stories, combined with professional photos and beautiful illustrations. It's very different to the usual cycling magazines and definitely a great read if you're into bikes! Download issue 2 / website
Move Eat Learn
 
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage. The results are 3 beautiful short films and a trip of a lifetime. Watch: move / eat / learn
LA Light
 
Take a break for 3 minutes, sit back and enjoy this wonderful stop motion video with music by The Cinematic Orchestra und Patrick Watson. Make sure you watch in HD full screen. Enjoy

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Add to favourit  Concert: Almost Harry Potter:
 
I am so into reading! I actually quite like the Financial Times (when I am not carrying the Time Out with me). Okay... you got me... I am a nerd... But where is the best place to get back to the basics of a real hipster with horn glasses, a gunny bag and a miserable looking face? Bishop's Gate Institute! Tomorrow the scenery is topped off with a lunchtime classical concert. Violin, viola and cello are brought together in the name of the Hieronymoes playing Haydn and Debussy.  
Free Friday, 1:05pm 230 Bishopsgate EC2M 4QH

 
Add to favourit  Shopping tip: Skater or student?
I am wondering along Old Street and suddenly, it felt if I was in my home town: Zurich. The wood so gentle, the atmosphere so diligent and superior, almost decadent but smooth and friendly... I saw the one and only chair system that reminded me so much of the Swiss wood finishings. Paul and Tina saw my face impression and kindly invited me in order to show me THE dream chair... and so many more funky designs... A chair on roller skates, a cupboard appearing like an art work and the shop itself with a homely atmosphere; if I was a student... this would have been my dream, just lay down all the finished crap below your bum! Bulo Love work, I fell in love with Bulo.  
Mo.-Thu.: 8:30-5:30pm, Fr.:8:30-4:30, Sat: 10-5pm, 20 Old Street EC1V 9AB
 
Add to favourit  Eating: Thursday=Almost Weekend
 
Today is Thursday. Meaning? Tomorrow is Friday! Which equals to: weekend! Why not starting to plan the free hours that can be spent eating, strolling, joking and chillaxing! I came across this fancy looking French Pop Up Shop that opened just last weekend (sorry, I know I am a laty in this case). Anyways, you are still able to enjoy a freshly made burger. Just imagine it: Drank to much on Friday night won't be a problem this Saturday! The calories are all prepared for you and ready to be taken up at Le Bun's Weekend Brunch at the Old Bengal Bar!
Sat/Sun, 11-4pm 14 New Street EC2M 4TR
 
Add to favourit  Party: It's Vivienne! For real!
 
We are all coming to this for most different reasons I think. It is aimed for those protesting against fracking within the Climate Revolution, Vivienne Westwood will impress me mostly with a speech regarding the Trashion Show, a fashion show with an ecological twist behind it, and all this is underlayed with a good set of music. However, it could be enough to just say that it is hosted by Princess Julia at the Ican Studios (the name is self explanatory, isn't it?!) I am so looking forward to it! It seems like a party from the 70s with Eddie in the New York- Andy Warhol Factory. FRACKING HELL! 
£16.50. Sat. 9pm- Sun. 6am 35 Monier Road, E3 2PR London, United Kingdom
 
Add to favourit  Vernissage:
It is the opening of the Art Licks Weekend and of course I have already chosen my favourite scenery for the annual art display (with my prejudice). At one point, not necessarily during the vernissage and opening tonight, you'll find me in front of Jo Kernon and Richard Rosch's ( cupboard collective)  art. The simple idea of having to take the key out of the post box in front of the door is fabulous. Another attraction could possibly be the French Riviera. Sounds like a few last sun beams in this pathetic weather...
Free Thu.-Sun. 5A Middle Street EC1A 7JA
 
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