Top of the Pops: November Week Two
5 Nov 2015
Rosie Wonders is an East London based lifestyle brand. Started in 2005 with a loan from The Princes Trust, the brand focuses on creating gifts with a handmade aesthetic and infused with nostalgia and childhood memories. Needless to say, she has captured the hearts of many followers. Drawing on a love of colour, vintage objects and all things childlike, Rosie’s sells beautiful handmade cards, jewellery, temporary tattoos, pins, patches and more. For November, you can find all these products on one of the Ground Floor Market Stalls in Topshop Oxford Circus..
When: 1st - 29th November
Where: Ground Floor Market Stalls, Topshop Oxford Circus
Ok, so Burger Bear has been around for a good 4 months now, but this week they’re relaunching – ready for the festive season. With more heating, a roof, 3 bars, 3 party spaces and award winning food from Burger Bear and Good Circus, there’s plenty of reasons to go and visit. Located on top of Old Street Roundabout, Burger Bear was founded by Tom Reaney, fondly known as ‘Burger Bear Tom.’ He raised £36K in a kickstarter with a mission to create the perfect experience combining food and music. With the Magic Roundabout, he’s pretty much nailed it.
When: Daily - Summer 2016
Where: Old Street Roundabout - entrance is inside Old Street Station
The Soho Shebeen Bar
Celebrating the launch of 3 new spirits: Feeney's Irish Cream Liqueur, The Dubliner Irish Whiskey and The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil Irish Whiskey, The Soho Shebeen bar has taken over three floors of a townhouse in Soho. Each bottle has it’s own themed floor, on the ground floor you’ll find a Feeney's experience, there’s a Dubliner themed speakeasy on the first floor and on the top floor you’ll discover a atmospheric gothic-style bar, bringing to life The Dublin Libertines. Although tickets are free, you need to make sure you reserve your space online.
When: 5th - 7th November and 11th - 13th November
Where: 26 Greek Street, Soho
King and Mcgraw
The ‘The Art of the Selfie’ pop up, is taking place from 3rd-14th November in Old Street station. King and Mcgraw have created an interactive space exploring the history of self-portraiture in the age of the selfie. The event also includes a national competition - the Art of the Self, encouraging aspiring young artists to reclaim self-portraits as an artform.
When: 3rd - 14th November
Where: Old Street Station
This new lifestyle brand, Accha (which means ‘good’ in Hindi) was founded by Italian-born psychologist Maritzina Slater. She believes that surrounding yourself with beautiful things creates a feel-good factor which is integral to living well. Accha’s collections are divided into three areas: Living, Wearing and Giving, all the designs are homemade by local craftspeople in India. Filled with beautiful and unique products, from homewares to fashion, Accha is the perfect destination for seasonal gifts and treats.
When - 1st - 14th November 2015
Where - 340 Kings Road, Chelsea