Fabulously eccentric village fete including a dog show, spaghetti-eating contest, a tug-of-war between the Soho police and fire brigade, a human fruit machine and the famous Soho Waiters’ Race, where local waiters hurtle through the streets with a bottle of fizz balanced on a tray. There’s also live music and entertainment, food stalls and a bar from Soho stalwart The French House.
This has a lovely community feel and is really worth a visit. Top tip – get involved in the raffle. Five tickets costs just £10 and prizes include theatre and cinema tickets, champagne, family-sized cakes and a whole host of meals for two in Soho favourites such as Bocca di Lupo, 10 Greek Street, Lina Stores and Karma Sanctum.
The massive annual London Pride Parade will make its way throughout the city’s centre in celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities, diversity and equality. This year is a big deal: 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Pride in the UK. It’s free to turn […]
Run by Saatchi, this art fair brings together pieces from 110 independent artists in a relaxed, informal environment. The art is affordable, at least for original work, with some pieces starting from as little as . It’s a good chance […]
Established in 2015, Urban Makers champion creative people with unique businesses, dreams and ideas through their makers markets, online shop, workshops and their Roman Road store. Expect handmade and local small batch gifts, all made by independent designer makers 🤝selling […]
It’s party time at the Gin & Rum Festival, where hitting the dancefloor to live DJs is all part of the experience. Tickets include a Festival Guide, copa glass and satchel, talks and masterclasses. New for 2022 is a themed […]