Top of the Pops - 4th April

4 Apr 2014

Top of the Pops

Press Play, Film is Art - Hoxton Arches

Immersive & interactive, if you ever wanted to see your favourite film on another level this is the event for you. Press Play brings together live art and immersive production at intimate screenings of cult classics. Each event is followed by an equally memorable after party - an experience to be missed.

TAT Collective - The Hackney Shop, Morning Lane

A curious bunch of local designers and friends on a mission: To celebrate art, for arts sake.
The TAT collective has brought together, a shoemaker, a fashion designer, an abstract painter, a jeweller, an accessories designer, a florist and a magazine and taken over The Hackney Shop this April. Going above and beyond the usual retail offering, TAT aims to engage with visitors by hosting a series of events from abstract painting to creative floristry, live music, busking and film screenings. Come here to celebrate genuine creativity.

Churchill’s Port House - Greek Street, Soho

The Port Revolution continues and Churchill’s Port House has is back by popular demand and has reopened its doors. Churchill's Port House is London's first pop-up port bar, on a mission to make port more accessible to the masses. At the Port House visitors can try a variety of ports, each highly individual carefully paired with delicious tapas dishes. Viva la revolution!

Underground Drinking Club - Old Street Station

Fancy a cocktail by candlelight, while being waited on by London’s most innovative mixologists? Then head down to Old Street Station and discover the Underground Drinking Club. Creative agency, Offbeat has partnered with New York’s Grouper Social Club to bring you the first in a monthly series of pop ups, creating immersive and innovative environments for you to enjoy your drinks in.

FreeBird Burrito - Thomas More Square

Cutting their niche amongst the Burrito crowd for having “way more choices,” FreeBird Burrito stands for freedom of choice. They offer their guests the ability to custom-build food, the way you want it. So whether it’s burritos, quesadillas, nachos or tacos that tickle your taste buds you can always have what you want the way you want it. FreeBird’s latest pop up location, Thomas More Square you can enjoy it all in the brightly coloured surroundings of their Mexican inspired restaurant.

Dar Leone - Craft Central, St Johns Square

This online homeware boutique has taken the plunge and moved into the physical realm launching a pop up shop for one week in the Showcase space, Clerkenwell. Inspired by unique treasured finds brought back from her travels, Dar Leone celebrates the diversity of cultures by seeking out the individual expressions of beauty, craftsmanship and style that comes with tradition, heritage and culture.