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Onecity London September

The Makers' Market

The Makers’ Market

DATES & TIMES

20 - 24 Sep 2021
10.30 am

WHERE

The Royal Exchange

The Makers’ Market

This September, for London Design Festival and in celebration of the building’s milestone anniversary, The Royal Exchange will host The Makers’ Market, a platform for design-led brands and makers to exhibit and sell unique, handcrafted products in a specially created pop-up space on the mezzanine level inside the grand courtyard of the landmark building.

Make sure to check it out, last day is 24 September!

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DATES & TIMES

20 - 24 Sep 2021
10.30 am

WHERE

The Royal Exchange
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Gordon Ramsay's New Restaurant

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

DATES & TIMES

Various dates

WHERE

Gordon Ramsay’s...

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

We have a new restaurant in the City! Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar has opened a new restaurant in South Place and we can’t wait to try some of their classic dishes. 

Head down to South Place for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night drinks 7 days a week. Try their amazing cocktails, drinks and wine lists.

Bookings are now open. See you there!

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DATES & TIMES

Various dates

WHERE

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen and Bar
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How to Grow Microgreens

City Farms | How to Grow Microgreens

DATES & TIMES

30 Sep 2021
1.00 pm

WHERE

The Space 3FA

City Farms | How to Grow Microgreens

Head Farmer, Dish, will explain and demonstrate how microgreens grow, the nutritional benefits of eating them and how to grow them yourself! You’ll plant up some trays of microgreens to learn how it’s done and each attendee will also leave with a Microgreen Kit to grow their own at home.

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DATES & TIMES

30 Sep 2021
1.00 pm

WHERE

The Space 3FA
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Theaster Gates at Whitechapel Gallery

Theaster Gates: A Clay Sermon

DATES & TIMES

29 Sep 2021 - 9 Jan 2022
11.00 am

WHERE

Whitechapel Gallery

Theaster Gates: A Clay Sermon

A Clay Sermon is an exhibition of the significance of clay, its material and spiritual legacies. Bringing together research, ideas, process and production, this exhibition surveys works by Theaster Gates across two decades from his early hand-thrown pots to his large-scale Afro-Mingei sculptures. It explores craft, labour, performance and racial identity; the use of clay in building communities of knowledge, its role in colonialism and global trade and the ceremonial and ritual use of ceramics.

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DATES & TIMES

29 Sep - 9 Jan 2022
11.00 am

WHERE

Whitechapel Gallery
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