East London is full of pop up events all year round, but when summer time hits it’s one of the best places to be in the city. When The House of Peroni announced their latest residency on Brick Lane, I travelled the depths and breadths from South West to South East London to check it out.
For the first time in history, Harrow School rewound the clocks back to 1877, flung the doors open for an evening of games and food tasting. The 1877 Club presented a pop up event that based the evening’s concept on the victory of William Gore the Harrovian who won the first Lawn Tennis Championships. [read more]