The Truman Brewery, once home to London's largest brewery, is now East London's primary destination for the public and creative businesses alike.
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Monday - Thursday 8am - 9pm | Friday 8am - 8pm
Saturday 10am - 8pm | Sunday 11am - 7pm

This is Rought Trade's flagship UK store, boasting a large vinyl selection, complimentary selection of books and merchandise as well as their legendary Photobooth and Bar. The store hosts live events 7 days a week - the stage has been graced by some big names including Sampha, Little Simz and The Hives.

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7 days a week
11am — 6.30pm
Launched in 2008, DPUS has established itself as one of the best locations in London and online for luxury fashion shopping, offering over 100 luxury designer fashion brands at exceptionally competitive prices.

DPUS offers customers a mix of current-season and previous-season collections. Current-season items are priced at 10-30% below retail price, and previous-season items are up to 60% less.

Founder - Robert Freese - leads on the buying operations. The majority of our products are sourced direct from brands and their respective distributors across the UK and Europe, with some products sourced from third party agencies. DPUS is renowned for its ability to source key seasonal pieces at excellent prices.

Our permanent store opened in 2009 in the eclectic heart of London - Shoreditch. And our online store was established in 2018.

DPUS is an independent, local, family-run business with a heart for customer service and a drive to make luxury fashion more economical.
Our name - DPUS Outlet - eludes to our original roots as a 'Designer Pop-Up Store' concept, which seen us work host or participate in luxury fashion sales across London, including with the British Fashion Council to bring London Fashion Weekend Festival, with Showcase in Piccadilly Circus, and with The Music Room in Mayfair.

Monday-Wednesday: 10:30am–7:30pm

Thursday: 10:30am–8pm

Friday-Saturday: 10:30am–7pm

Sunday: 11am–6pm

Son of a Stag is the UKs leading mens jeans store, carrying a huge choice of rare Japanese and American brands.

They specialise in top quality denim and footwear. They also offer on the spot alterations using a Union Special 43200G chain stitch machine.

Discover for yourself why Son of a Stag is Europe's premier denim and boots store.
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    Monday : Open by appointment
    Tuesday – Friday : 11 – 6pm
    Saturday – Sunday : 12 – 4pm

    A PRIMARY SOURCE OF ORIGINAL ARTWORK AND PRINTS BY BOTH ESTABLISHED AND UP AND COMING ARTISTS

    Located in Shoreditch, London (at the end of Brick Lane) StolenSpace Gallery has been exhibiting contemporary artwork since 2005. At StolenSpace, we are inspired by society’s prevailing subcultures, where there are few rules and anything is possible. Some of our artists have a background in Graffiti and Street Art, but not exclusively – all however, are influenced by contemporary culture and pushing the boundaries in their individual artistic practices. StolenSpace continues to be a main hub of creative expression in East London, offering artists and the public an alternative artistic environment. The diversity of the art we exhibit continues to prove why StolenSpace Gallery has such a high reputation internationally. StolenSpace works closely with our artists – creating an inclusive and unique relationship with both artist, client and viewer in a fresh, contemporary space...

    Sunday - Thursday | 12pm - 12am

    Friday - Saturday | 12pm - 1am

    Free Entry
    At Big Chill Brick Lane by day we're serving up locally brewed beers, killer cocktails and seriously good burgers from foodie resident Chuck Burgers. By night we bring the noise with DJs every Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

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    Monday - Thursday | 12pm - 12am
    Friday | 12pm - 1am
    Saturday | 11am - 1am
    Sunday | 11am - 12am
    Think cocktails on the lanes, all American eats in the restaurant and awesome private events in our penthouse.
    In the heart of Shoreditch forget yourself and become your American alter ego.

    We don't do things by halves. We do strikes.

    Restaurant | Parties | Bowling & Karaoke | Bar | Private Room | Gallery

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      Monday | Closed
      Tuesday - Sunday | 12pm - 11:30pm
      Tucked away in the far corner of Ely's Yard is one of Truman's best kept secrets: Juju's Bar & Stage.

      This beautiful old cavernous warehouse space has hosted everything from secret gigs and exhibitions to film shoots, fringe festivals and, of course, some exceptionally riotous parties…

      With a vast outdoor seating area, Chunky Buddha Kitchen Residency and bespoke cocktail and craft beer menu, Juju’s is a firm favourite of the East London party scene


      Monday - Saturday | 6am -Midnight
      Sunday | 6am - 11pm
      Free Entry
      The Café 1001 coffee shop and DJ bar has a fine selection of international DJ’s & live musicians performing everyday.

      We serve fresh food, BBQ and drink from dawn until dusk, 7 days a week. Our large backroom venue is available for private hire for gigs, parties, fashion & art shows. It has its own bar and Funktion One soundsystem.
      Please check our website for weekly events
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      Events Enquiries:
      events@93feeteast.co.uk

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      info@93feeteast.co.uk

      Established since 1999 and recently relaunched, 93 Feet East sits at the heart of Brick Lane against the backdrop of the capital's most creative areas as an iconic venue that has played host to the likes of Radiohead, Groove Armada, The White Stripes and Bombay Bicycle Club. It has become a rite of passage for any dance music fan with a great selection of respected brands hosting takeovers throughout the years.

      93 Feet East is available for private hire for many types of events including club nights, private parties, exhibitions, shoot locations and conferences. The venue boasts two large ground floor indoor spaces, an outside courtyard area and further rooms on the first floor available for hire.
      Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm | Sunday 12pm - 6pm
      Formed in London in 1995 by Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins in response to increasing demand for stylish, functional, modern clothing. Ymc has quietly grown to become a highly significant Design Label.
        Saturdays | 11am - 6pm
        Sundays | 10am - 6pm
        Coffee, Antiques & Homeware
        It is a quirky and unique space that’s been transformed into an Aladdin’s cave of furniture, collectables & antiques, plus beautiful & inspiring items for your home from handmade aprons to quilts and cushion covers.

        Time Out says ‘You’re sure to enjoy’ and we agree!

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        Monday – Friday: 11am - 6:30pm
        Saturday: 11am - 6pm
        Sunday: 10am - 6pm
        Vintage specialists from the UK & abroad bring together a range of clothing & accessories for men and women from 1920s – 1990s.

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        Every Day (Opening Times very Trader to Trader)
        We were thrilled to see BuzzFeed placing not one, but two of our Ely's Yard Food Traders among their top 20 London Street Food must have's. If you haven't already, then take their advice: Orange Buffalo and Mother Clucker are waiting for YOU! And... two of (our favourite) weekend traders Mama's Jerk Station and Kooky Bakes are also featured.
          Saturdays | 11am - 6pm
          Sundays | 10am - 6pm
          The Backyard Market was the first market to open on Saturdays in the area. The variety of stalls bring locals and tourist to the area. If you're looking for clothes, unique prints, jewellery, male grooming kits or other unusual accessories come down! This market truly embodies the community's spirit as well as supporting young designers and artists.

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          Monday - Saturday | 11am - 6pm
          Sundays | 10am - 6pm
          For two decades the Upmarket has housed some of London's most exciting and imaginative up and coming street food and retail brands with more than 5,000 stallholders having traded with us throughout this time.

          Now firmly established as one of the capital's most eclectic food halls offering all manner of innovative street food, fresh produce, desserts and more every single day.
          Saturdays | 11am - 6pm
          Sundays | 10am - 6pm
          A curated marketplace in the heart of the East End. Offering a diverse, quality shopping experience celebrating independent producers of fashion and accessories.

            Monday - Wednesday: 12pm–10:30pm

            Thursday - Saturday: 12pm–11pm

            Sunday: 12pm–10pm

            "Tacos | Burritos | Margaritas | Music | #MEXMONDAYS

            Outsiders call it Mexico City. To those in the know, it’s Distrito Federal. To locals, it’s simply DF.

            Shaped by Mexican flavours & modern influences, get your Mexican fix; the DF way.

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              Open 7 days a week

              Mon - Thurs: 9am - 11pm

              Fri: 9am - 2am

              Sat: 11am - 2am

              Sun: 11am - 11pm

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              Ninety One Living Room, East London’s favourite Jazz hideaway, is a cafe by day and a cocktail bar & kitchen with late live music events by night.

              An idealistic living room with a good-looking, communal space to work, dine, kick back and relax, all under one roof.

              Come enjoy dinner and live jazz music from an amazing line-up of
              artists, bi-monthly comedy nights and if you’d like to get on our stage, check out our weekly open mic nights on Thursdays!

              Don’t miss out on Ninety One's lunchtime gourmet burger deal of £10 (inc. wine/beer) and our Happy Hour £5 cocktails between 5-7pm on weekdays!

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                DIJONSS by Bone Soda (powered by Salomon). Located at 6 Dray Walk, London, E1 6QL. A space to learn new skills, forge lifelong connections and celebrate ideas. Offering programs across various fields from sport, art, music and self-care.


                "A purposeful modular space”


                There’s a real need for a physical space in London, where people from different pockets of society can come together.

                We envision a place that fosters creative thinking and community, as well as providing an environment to celebrate new ideas.

                So much has changed post-pandemic and the current economic situation is tough for us all but we all gotta get out and get each other out.

                DIJONSS is that place. Somewhere to go and hang out. But also to learn something new and have fun doing it.


                Programming includes:
                Run Club 🏃‍♀️
                Film Screenings 🎬
                DJ Workshops 🔉
                Music Production Workshop 🎹
                Music Events 🎶
                Outdoor Hikes 🥾
                Bike Club 🚲
                Book Club 📖
                Chess Club ♟
                Exhibitions 🖼
                Games Nights ♣️
                Perfume / Incense workshops 👃🏻
                Self-care/mental wellness talks 🧘🏼
                Mentorship 👩🏾‍🏫
                Boot sales 👕
                Football Club ⚽
                +more


                For all upcoming events and programming follow @dijonss, we look forward to seeing you here.


                16 FEBRUARY - 17 MARCH 2024

                Each artist exhibiting in ‘Love Endures’ has their own personal expression of love in the exhibit, whether it is a love found in a hobby, a personal memory, emotion or obsession, each piece will touch hearts this February, and be a reminder that “love endures” throughout the ages.


                StolenSpace Gallery is pleased to present ‘Love Endures’, our February group exhibition highlighting the various interpretations of “love” amongst a diverse and exciting selection of artists.

                Love: an intense emotion of affection, warmth, fondness, and regard towards a person or thing. Love encompasses both light and darkness, from unconditional familial love, kindness and compassion for others, to all-consuming paths of love and lust. It can be powerful in all of its goodness, or turned into a vice in which people are lead down a path of obsession. This exhibition explores all aspects of love; from bright ignitions to twisted interpretations, to love amongst nature and culture, expressions of love from the “cute” to the “kitsch”, and everything in-between!

                One of the most common themes in the creative arts is love, due to its all encompassing power and existence in everything we do. Tokens of love have their place in art between friends and lovers, from the crafting of Welsh love spoons, to intricate paper ‘puzzle purses’, and the textural beauty of a woven love knot. These expressions have evolved from love notes carved into stone, to postcards, emails, text messages and sliding into the DMs…the common thread of self-expression is found in each unique interpretation.

                Each artist exhibiting in ‘Love Endures’ has their own personal expression of love in the exhibit, whether it is a love found in a hobby, a personal memory, emotion or obsession, each piece will touch hearts this February, and be a reminder that “love endures” throughout the ages.


                Artists exhibiting: Alanna Eakin • Amanda Banker • Amandine Urruty • Aysha Nagieva • Benzilla • Carrie Reichardt • Ceal Warnants • D*Face • David Bray • Dreyfus • Eloise Dorr • Erik Minter • Evoca1 • Gary Stranger • Hattie Stewart • Keya Tama • kyeong Hoon • LUAP • Miss Van • Murmure Street • Otto Schade • Ryan Callanan • Ryan Roadkill • Shepard Fairey • Simon Monk • Sofia Enriquez • Steeven Salvat • Sylvia Ji • Xavier Casalta • Yohta Matsuoka
                  Wednesday 21st - Sunday 25th February 2024

                  Private View: Tuesday 20th February 6-9pm

                  Opening Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 8pm, Sunday 12 - 4pm

                  Migrate Art presents From The Ashes, an exhibition and auction raising funds for Xingu Indigenous communities of the Amazon Rainforest.

                  Exhibition and auction of new works by 29 Indigenous and non-Indigenous contemporary artists including Aislan Pankararu, Cornelia Parker, María Berrío, Richard Long, Shezad Dawood and Tacita Dean calling for the urgent need for conservation of the Amazon and support for the guardians of the rainforest.- Works created using ink, pigment and pastels manufactured from ash and charcoal gathered from the Amazon Rainforest fires.- Proceeds raised will provide vital support for Xingu Indigenous communities, such as firefighting equipment, reforesting initiatives, and monitoring technologies in the villages.

                  Migrate Art, the pioneering arts organisation that harnesses the power of creativity to support the world’s most vulnerable communities, presents its latest project, From The Ashes, dedicated to raising funds for two Indigenous Associations of Upper Xingu in the Amazon Rainforest, whose land has been extensively targeted by illegal deforestation. Produced in collaboration with the London-based arts research centre People’s Palace Projects, From The Ashes comprises an exhibition of new works by 29 contemporary artists - Indigenous and non-Indigenous - from around the world, including Cornelia Parker, Aislan Pankararu, María Berrío, Richard Long, Shezad Dawood and Tacita Dean, which will be on view at The Truman Brewery in London in February 2024 and go on sale as part of Christie’s Post War and Contemporary art auctions in March 2024. These illustrious artists have joined forces to create unique From The Ashes pieces, using paints, inks and pastels formulated from the ash and charcoal salvaged from the burnt remnants of the Amazon, created in partnership with Jackson’s Art Supplies. These works will be auctioned at Christie’s, with proceeds supporting the resistance of the Xingu people, and sustain indigenous fire brigades through purchasing equipment and funding training programmes. Funds raised will also support the development of indigenous-led reforesting initiatives across the Xingu territory to help the forest recover.

                  Artists participating in From The Ashes include: Aislan Pankararu, André Griffo, Andy Goldsworthy, Antonio Tarsis, Alfie Caine, Cornelia Parker, Glenys Johnson, Gokula Stoffel, Harminder Judge, Idris Khan, Indigenous artisans of the Ulupuwene and Topepeweke villages, John Kørner, Julie Curtiss, Kamo Waurá, Loie Hollowell, María Berrío, Mary Mattingly, Michel Mouffe, Nigel Cooke, Piers Secunda, Richard Long, Richard Woods, Robert Longo, Samuel de Saboia, Sarah Ball, Shezad Dawood, Tal R, Tacita Dean and Tony Bevan.

                  OPENING NIGHT
                  THURS, 7 March: 5 – 10 pm

                  GENERAL ENTRY
                  FRI, 8 March: 3 – 9:30 pm
                  SAT, 9 March: 11 am – 7 pm
                  SUN, 10 March: 11 am – 6 pm

                  ART REFRAMED.

                  When the art world as you knew it went one way, we went the other. Where elitism is the norm, we dared to deviate. Art isn’t confined to convention or rule, and how you enjoy it shouldn’t be either.

                  We’ve created something different, and we want you to experience it. We combine affordable and original artworks and 120 independent artists with immersive installations, performances, DJs – and a fully stocked bar.

                  Here, art is for everyone.

                  So why not do something impulsive, get excited, and revel in the creativity? You belong here.


                  Friday 26th April 2024

                  Doors 6pm

                  Bringing together London's vibrant jazz community for three days across 10 neighbouring music venues, Brick Lane Jazz Festival returns this spring, championing the eclectic and genre-defying wealth of emerging artists that represent London’s thriving underground music scene.

                  Partnering stages this year include the esteemed talent development charity Tomorrow’s Warriors, with famous alumni including this year’s Mercury Prize winners, Ezra Collective; nu jazz tastemakers and renowned record label Jazz re:freshed; jazz-hip-hop giants The Silhouettes Project, and East London LGBTQIA+ collective Sounds Queer.

                  Friday 26th April boasts headline shows from Ojerime, Ego Ella May, OKVSHO, Melodiesinfonie, Isobella Burnham and Tour-Maubourg + many more.

                  Showcasing over 100 live acts & DJs across the weekend, the festival is a unique yearly opportunity to immerse yourself in the newest and most culturally rich sounds coming out of the capital today. Come and discover new music, be part of a diverse community and enjoy the iconic East London location of Brick Lane.

                  Saturday 27th April 2024

                  Doors 6pm

                  Bringing together London's vibrant jazz community for three days across 10 neighbouring music venues, Brick Lane Jazz Festival returns this spring, championing the eclectic and genre-defying wealth of emerging artists that represent London’s thriving underground music scene.

                  Partnering stages this year include the esteemed talent development charity Tomorrow’s Warriors, with famous alumni including this year’s Mercury Prize winners, Ezra Collective; nu jazz tastemakers and renowned record label Jazz re:freshed; jazz-hip-hop giants The Silhouettes Project, and East London LGBTQIA+ collective Sounds Queer.

                  Satuday 27th April boasts headline shows from Oscar Jerome, The Silhouettes Project, Chip Wickham, Esa’s Afro-Synth Band, Qendresa, Mark de Clive-Lowe + many more.

                  Showcasing over 100 live acts & DJs across the weekend, the festival is a unique yearly opportunity to immerse yourself in the newest and most culturally rich sounds coming out of the capital today. Come and discover new music, be part of a diverse community and enjoy the iconic East London location of Brick Lane.

                  Sunday 28th April 2024

                  Doors 6pm

                  Bringing together London's vibrant jazz community for three days across 10 neighbouring music venues, Brick Lane Jazz Festival returns this spring, championing the eclectic and genre-defying wealth of emerging artists that represent London’s thriving underground music scene.

                  Partnering stages this year include the esteemed talent development charity Tomorrow’s Warriors, with famous alumni including this year’s Mercury Prize winners, Ezra Collective; nu jazz tastemakers and renowned record label Jazz re:freshed; jazz-hip-hop giants The Silhouettes Project, and East London LGBTQIA+ collective Sounds Queer.

                  Sunday 28th April boasts headline shows from Theo Croker, anaiis, Greg Foat, Byron Wallen, Secret Night Gang + many more..

                  Showcasing over 100 live acts & DJs across the weekend, the festival is a unique yearly opportunity to immerse yourself in the newest and most culturally rich sounds coming out of the capital today. Come and discover new music, be part of a diverse community and enjoy the iconic East London location of Brick Lane.