Top of the Pops: February Week Four
20 Feb 2016
Django Bango, is not only an awesome name, but also a rather good Wild West themed pop-up – appearing in Whitechapel. Complete with an impressive multi-storey wooden saloon, Wild West themed street food, raucous games, live music and more – Django Bango is perfect for large groups looking for an adventure. But be warned – there’s the risk of jail time for any outlaws.
When: Fridays & Saturdays from 19th Feb - 2nd April
Where: 22 - 36 Raven Row, Whitechapel
The MOBO award-winning jazz group, Empirical, are launching a pop-up jazz lounge in Old Street Station to promote jazz music to all those people who either don't know about it or think they do, but have a misconception.The band will be playing live sets for lunchtime and evening commuters, there’ll even be a special 8am mid-week performance for any early birds. Late night sessions are scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday –- and what’s more, all gigs are free of charge!
When: 22nd – 28th Feb
Where: Unit 3, Old Street Station
Fancy Kids was set up by Anna Bunina and Daria Mura after they spotted a gap in the market for ethical, stylish, good quality and affordable children’s products. With an emphasis on ethical and organic brands, Fancy Kids is an online treasure trove of stylish children’s clothing. Their pop-up shop on Upper Street aims to let people discover their products in person and see for themselves their unique character and quality craftsmanship.
When: 24th – 29th Feb
Where: 126 Upper Street, Islington
Bone and Broth
Bone and Broth, as you might have guessed from the name, specialise in all things bone broth. Their broths are made out of organic beef bones and ethically sourced chickens. Each bone broth is made from 12+ hours of slow cooking using recipes that have been traditionally used for medicinal purposes in East Asia. Full of proteins, amino acids and minerals that contribute to a healthier living, bone broth to be one of the next big health trends. Discover their benefits for yourself at their market stall in Old Street Station.
When: Now until 20th March
Where: Market Stalls, Old Street Station
Be-snazzy was founded by Stefani in 2013. Inspired by London and the creativity she discovered in local craft markets, boutiques and student exhibitions, Stefani decided to create a place to discover the best of it online. Stocking a unique selection of products from gifted artisans be-snazzy.com is a place to shop great craftsmanship and traditional wares. Her latest pop-up on Redchurch Street allows you to get closer to the products and the incredible stories behind them.
When: 19th – 28th Feb
Where: 67 Redchurch Street