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    October 6, 2015 at 3:28 pm

    This Saturday 10th October, rooftop bar and street food market STOREYS will be hosting a special shopping bonanza as part of their closing weekend celebrations on top of the old BBC car park.

    Car Bootique will feature a range of independent designers, showcasing and selling their unique and carefully crafted pieces alongside some of the UK’s best street food traders. Kicking off at midday, guests can browse through a wide range of items such as luxury fur parkas, vintage Indian shawls, handmade jewellery, unique gifts and art prints, and in true Storeys style, there will also be games, massive cocktails and DJs playing until late.

    Traders will include Louise Mac Jewellery (handmade jewellery), Troy London (outwear for country to city), Glamraw (vintage Indian shawls and handbags) Culture Label (unique gifts and unusual presents) Cold Cuts Hot Wax (record label/shop), Faded Glory (festival fashion) and more; while crafty cats will be able to create their own disco sunglasses at the Pimp My Shades station.

    Hungry shoppers can also enjoy a street food pit stop with Ameri-Korean BBQ from Busan BBQ, Sri Lankan kothu roti from Kothu Kothu, tropical curries and wraps from Seychelles street kitchen Vinn Goute and Asian seafood from Yum Jungle.

    Car Bootique will form part of STOREYS closing weekend celebrations with a line-up of DJs playing disco, funk and party tunes, silly games and ‘drink the bar dry’ drinks offers running from Friday evening to Sunday evening.

    Storeys opened up its roof earlier this summer and quickly became one of the most popular hangouts of the season with daytime game areas, spectacular sunsets and DJs playing into the evening. A true creative hub, the interior is bold and contemporary, with colourful wall murals in addition to comfy daybeds, a great big all weather stretch tent and fire pits after sundown.

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    Ellie Perham-Marchant
    October 15, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    Between the 16th – 28th October St Katharine Docks will provide a stunning backdrop to an architectural installation by acclaimed Chinese artist Xiang Yang, in association with Today Art Museum Beijing and Chelsea College of Arts, University of Arts London.

    In this first solo show, Yang will exhibit ‘ULTRA ARCHITECTURE’- EAST meets WEST on a floating pontoon set in the heart of the picturesque dockside setting. A composition of antique Chinese furniture and wooden structures, the artwork is a stunning visual representation of the interaction between Chinese and Western philosophy, art and architecture.

    The floating artwork will be on show from 16-28 October and will be visible to the public from the outside.

    First exhibited at Chinese Public Art in Kassel, 2012, ‘ULTRA ARCHITECTURE’is inspired by a traditional Chinese wooden house. The work reflects Yang’s strong emotional attachment to his childhood “dreaming house”, a private space dedicated to art, reading and spending time with friends. The main body of the artwork is made from antique Chinese cabinets, closets and doors that are deconstructed and rebuilt to create an open space, where visitors can walk in and rest inside.

    There will be two special ticketed occasions on Saturday 17 October and Sunday 18 October between 2pm – 4pm when the public can talk to the artist and explore the interior space of the installation. Book now at

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    October 16, 2015 at 2:25 pm

    Winter Is Coming To Finch’s This Halloween

    This Halloween, protect London from the undead force from beyond the wall and head to Finch’s in Finsbury Square, from 5.30pm kitted out in the finest Game of Thrones fancy dress.

    Begin the strong hold with a complimentary Westeros Shooter in support of the fight, not to mention giving the esteemed Night Watchers courage. Sink into an evening of icy cocktails including, Winter Is Coming with Grey Goose vodka, essence of elderflower and bramley apple topped with Revino Prosecco; Fire And Blood with Sipsmith small-batch Sloe Gin, fresh lemon juice & blueberry liqueur; and Hear Me Roar with Silver tequila, fresh orange juice, ginger ale with blood orange and defend the resident fort.

    As the evening gets going, tuck into the devilishly gratifying specials including Joffrey’s pigeon pie, rabbit stew or a wild boar sausage roll before dancing the night away!

    Book in advance and purchase your first cocktail at the reduced price of just £5.95 instead of £7.95*.

    *One early bird priced cocktail per person

    Friday 30th October
    17.30 – 23.30
    12a Finsbury Square
    EC2A 1AN

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