Top of the Pops: May Week Three
14 May 2015
The Porridge Cafe is back and its latest incarnation is in Victoria Station. For four weeks, the Porridge Cafe will be serving up a menu full of summer-inspired, grain based dishes from chilled porridge, to barley pots and refreshing smoothies.
Where: 16 Terminus Place, Victoria, London SW1V 1JR
When: May 14 till June 19
Eastern Biological was launched to provide London with an independent natural history store. Based in East London, Eastern Biological sells everything from natural history art prints, books, stationary and curiosities. Their unique pop-up on Redchurch street will be displaying the latest collection alongside a series of exclusive screen prints. Go explore and get inspired.
Where: 67 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London E2 7DG
When: May 19 till May 31
Nantucket Beach Club at Skylounge
Skylounge is a rooftop bar on top of the DoubleTree Hilton. This summer it has reinvented itself as a ‘Nantucket Beach Club’, giving Londoners a taste of East Coast island living. Expect refreshing cocktails, delicious seafood and a spot of ten-pin bowling.
Where: Skylounge, 7 Pepys Street, London EC3N 4AF
When: Now till end of September
King & McGaw
This is King & McGaw’s first London exhibition and it features rare lithographic posters from the Atelier Mourlot, including those by the greatest artists of the 20th century - Magritte, Miro, Picasso - to name just a few.
Where: 3 d’Arblay Street, Soho, London W1F 8DH
When: Now till May 26
Stay Home Club
Stay Home Club is a 'lifestyle brand for people who have no life'. Founded in Canada in 2012, Stay Home Club sells a range of designs for disgruntled people. Taking on a temporary residence on Mare Street, Stay Home Club gives people - who’d rather be at home - the opportunity to stock up on some antisocial designs.
Where: Stage 3, 289 Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 1EJ
When: May 15 till May 16