Top of the Pops: April Week Three

10 Apr 2016

TRIBE Marathon Hub

Tribe Marathon

The TRIBE Marathon Hub is back. From Tuesday 12th to Race Day, TRIBE will be popping up in Old Street, for a unique celebration of all things running. TRIBE Trainers will be leading HIIT, Pilates, Yoga, and group runs. They’ll be hosting talks on race prep, a session on community building from leading health & fitness brands, and even a carbo-loading feast from the porridge maestros at 26 Grains alongside a screening of Forrest Gump. Sign up and get marathon ready: www.wearetribe.eventcube.io

When: 12th April - 26th April
Where: Unit Old Street Station

Side Party

Side Party

Side Party is a K-fashion brand, born out of a collaboration between a London buyer and Seoul-based designer. The result: a grown-up take on what the hip Seoul kids are wearing, with a London twist. Think a-line silhouettes, structured oversized shapes and androgynous separates. Head over to their store on Lamb Street to check out the latest collection.

When: 8th April – 6th May
Where: Lamb Street, Shoreditch

Bottletop

Bottletop

Bottletop has been born out of The Bottletop Foundation, founded Cameron Saul and his father Roger (Founder of British luxury fashion brand Mulberry). In 2002, they created a handbag made from recycled bottle tops in Africa, lined with Mulberry leather in Europe. Not only was the bag a hit with the fashion crowd, it also raised vital funds for grass roots education projects in Africa. Continuing the project, Saul has teamed up with Oliver Wayman to extend the collection: turning waste materials into beautiful products that celebrate true craftsmanship. Discover more in their new store on Redchurch Street.

When: 11th April – 30th June
Where: Redchurch Street

The Good Brownie

The Good Brownie

We’ve had Bad Brownies in Old Street Station, now it’s the turn of The Good Brownie. The Good Brownie pride themselves on producing hand-crafted brownies made of natural, organic, fair-trade and local ingredients. From traditional tastes to considerably more adventurous palates, The Good Brownie, create flavours to please everyone including combinations such as, Red Wine, Balsamic and Strawberry, and even Paelo varieties. Head into Old Street Station to try them out.

When: 11th – 17th April
Where: Old Street Station Market Stalls

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