Top of the Pops: July Week Two
2 Jul 2015
Whilst modelling in New York, Guy Robinson fell in love with the new pressed juice movement and saw that the UK was missing out on it. Upon his return, he set up his business, Crude Juice, which utilises the benefits of juice detox plans to focus on improving our everyday personal health. Set up in Old Street underground station, you can grab his favourite, ‘The Green One,’ before you catch your train.
Where: Unit 2B, Old Street Underground Station, London EC1Y 1BE
When: June 29 - September 27
Opening Times: Daily 8am-8pm
After the success of last summer, Franks Café is back in Peckham. Sitting on the 10th floor of a multi-story carpark, the panoramic views of London are stunning during sunset. This bar is the local haunt of twentysomethings looking for a meantime beer, a Campari cocktail or a bite to eat from the pop up eatery Ali Baba.
Where: 95A Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4ST
When: Now until the end of Summer
Opening Times: Tuesday - Friday 5pm-11pm / Saturday - Sunday 11am-11pm
Pop Brixton is the new project that everyone is talking about south of the river and for one week only, North South are setting up shop. Whilst inside one of the quirky shipping containers, they will be showcasing their range of ethical clothing. Key pieces will include the bamboo T-shirts and Modal clothing. For North South it isn’t just about beautiful fashion, it’s about raising awareness of fair trading.
Where: Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Rd, London SW9 8PQ
When: June 29 - July 5
Opening Times: daily until 11pm
The Bulmers Black and White Bar
If you love cider then grab a free ticket and head down to the new Bulmers entirely black and white bar. It’s the first of its kind with the idea being that you and your bottle of cider are what brings the colour to the colourless venue. Think monochrome silent movie but with great drinks and lots of atmosphere. Even the food and staff are void of colour apparently!
Where: 73a Leonard Street, Old Street, London EC2A 4QS
When: July 9-10
Opening Times: 6:30pm - 11pm
After feeling there was a shortage of natural history shops, the owner and co-founder Alfred Addis set about to create a start-up that encompassed books, toys and exclusive prints that honed in on the natural world. Their new pop up is coming to Columbia Road this July to showcase their brand new collection of beautiful products.
Where: 160 Columbia Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 7RG
When: July 3 - July 26
Opening Times: Friday - Sunday