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(S)potted: Machines Room

Vyner street, known for it's contemporary art galleries, is now becoming the go to street for makers and hackers with the recent opening of Technology Will Save us at number 1 Vyner street, and a larger makers space, gallery and café: ...

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(S)potted: Hatch

This newish space is tucked away behind Homerton station, but once you know it's there you really can't miss it. Alistair Skitt took up the challenge to turn an old factory into Hatch, a space for creativity and indie enterprise with the aim to encourage small businesses ...

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(S)potted: Seeds & Sounds at Dig this Art Garden Centre

Just (S)potted today, a plant nursery-health food shop-second hand record store Dig this Art. What a combination! A family run business started in 2008, Dig this Nursery has been spreading its seeds across around South London with their first garden centre in ...

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(S)potted: The Saturday Market Project in London

When I first heard about this idea and looked it up, I was disappointed to see that it was a project only based in New York so couldn't be included on STC, but they have now magically appeared in London in collaboration with creative consultants ...

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(S)potted: A garden on wheels at Alexandra Palace

Multi-disciplinary architects and purveyors of open source temporary city building, The Decorators, have just completed their latest venture - an Italian garden on wheels on the terrace in front of Alexandra Palace. When the sun does come out, each structure can been ...

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(S)potted: Visions Festival

New East London music festival, Visions that launched last year, explores the more alternative side of rock, electronic and world music across a variety of venues around London Fields including The Laundry, London Fields Brewhouse, New ...

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(S)potted: Yolk – Mobile kitchen and street-food stall

Yolk celebrate that simple yet incredibly versatile ingredient, the egg. Whipped, beaten, scrambled, poached, fried, boiled, baked.. you name it, they'll skilfully inflict it in a whole variety of ways. Their love shines through in their simple yet eggsalent (sorry couldn't help myself) dishes from slow scrabbled ...

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(S)potted: The Local

Their strap-line reads 'Neighbourly International Music' which is well, exactly what The Local do best. Their roster of folk and lo-fi inspired musicians veers more towards the quiet music spectrum rather than the loud and banging variety and to reiterate this, The Local organise an annual ...

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(S)potted: Press Play

Press Play create intimate immersive film events on rooftop locations. Not the most original idea as Rooftop Film Club have got that niche pretty much covered,  but Press Play do it their own way and offer opportunities for rooftop viewing in ...

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(S)potted: I Talk to Strangers

No, not a personal statement (although it does happen on occasion) but a mission put together by David Blackwell, who believes that there is a way for strangers to get talking in our bustling metropolis and that this is a step towards re-humanising the city. ...

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