Top things to do in London this May Bank Holiday

Posted April 27, 2017
In consequence of that FOMO feeling that every year overwhelms us by just checking all the events taking place over this long weekend, we’ve decided to make your life and ours a lot simpler by gathering the top things to do in London this May Bank Holiday.

FIELD DAY AT DINERAMA

What: Music & Food Festival. Superb street food + Dj sets from Django Django, Tim Burgess, Erol Alkan and Cowboy Rhythmbox.

When: Sunday, 30th of April. Time: 12pm- 10pm

Where: Dinerama. 19 Great Eastern Street EC2A 3EJ London (Nearest tube: Old Street)

Tickets: £8.80 ( + booking fee)

REMINDER: #Dinerama is BACK tomorrow from 5pm. Join us after work for food, booze and grooves ’til Late.

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RUMBLE IN THE JUMBLE

What: Charity Fair in aid of Oxfam. Your chance to buy second handed clothes pre-owned and donated by Florence Welch (Florence & The Machine) Kate Moss, Mark Ronson, Kasabian etc.

When: Saturday, 29th of April. Time: 12pm – 5pm

Where: Oval Space. 29-32 The Oval, London E2 9DT (Nearest tube: Bethnal Green)

Tickets: £5

SOHO A GO-GO FILM FESTIVAL

What:  Film Festival recreating the lost side of Soho in the late 50s and early 60s.

When: Saturday, 29th of April & Sunday, 30th of April. Time: click here for full program.

Where: Regent Street Cinema. 309 Regent St, London, W1B 2UW. (Nearest tube: Oxford Circus)

Tickets: £12

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BLONDIE POP-UP SHOP

What: Exhibition + pop-up shop. Blondie and Debbie Harry memorabilia: Photos, vintage shirts, limited edition records etc.

When: Saturday, 29th of April to Wednesday, 3rd of May. Time: 11am – 7pm

Where: Provender Stores, Camden Market. (Nearest tube: Camden Market)

Tickets: Free Entry

GERMAN BIERFEST LONDON

What: Self explanatory

When: Thursday, 27th of Arpil to Monday, 1st of May

Where: Mile End Park. Clinton Rd, London E3 4QY, UK. (Nearest tube: Mile End)

Tickets: From £5

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