Pitchfork Music Festival London 2023 boasts an incredible, eclectic line-up of artists performing at amazing venues across London. We grilled Dan Monsell – Festival Director/Head Booker – Pitchfork Festival London/FORM – on the inspirations behind Pitchfork London, programme highlights, dream bookings, and things to do in London…
Ahead of the upcoming Queer Nature festival at Kew Gardens, we caught up with Julie Flavell – Head of Visitor Programmes & Exhibitions at Kew – to talk about the celebration of diversity in art, plants and fungi.
We caught up with Side eYe Productions Artistic Director Hannah Abdule to talk about the forthcoming return of the amazing Dugzi Dayz to New Diorama Theatre, plus Ed Fringe experiences, future plans, and some fab things to do in London!
We chatted with Edouard Eyglunent – co-founder of artisanal community platform Wecandoo – to talk making and doing, developing new skills, being crafty, and (of course) some brill things to do in London!
We caught up with actor, writer and funny person Vera Chok, co-host – with Jon Nguyen – of SOLID GOLD!, talk about improvisational comedy, inspirations, ESEA Heritage Month, and some fab things to do in London!
Get back to nature with the Sitopia Farm team, and learn how to create your own no-dig market garden paradise. If there’s a more energising, inspirational and refreshing way to spend a day in London, we’re yet to find it!
We caught up with Coffee + Fripes founder Aïssatou Diallo to talk about the amazing coffee/vintage mash-up, the pleasures of Bow, and the inevitable Things To Do in London (we’re obsessed).
A 21st Century Deptford institution which places community at the heart of everything it does, Little Nan’s Bar is one of the local wonders which has put Deptford on the cultural map.
We caught up with with Talia Andrea, Editor-in-Chief at STRAND Magazine and Founder of FEMMESTIVAL – an all-new, all-female music festival which seeks to close the gap women often face in the live music sector, by showcasing the women making waves in London’s local music scene.
We chatted with composer, pianist and Multi Story Orchestra founder Kate Whitley about the forthcoming performance of The End at London’s Southbank Centre, as well as the importance of creative opportunities for young people, inspirations, and Things To Do in London!