Last Days Of Shoreditch
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Last Days Of Shoreditch

Last Days of Shoreditch | East London

Sorry, the Last Days of Shoreditch have well and truly passed.

Last Days of Shoreditch are back.

We’ve been trying to comfort hipsters for days.

Because with every end comes a new beginning and this time round it’s the beginning of a brand new, much bigger and much winter-y-er market. And breatheeee.

Now in their 15th year, Last Days of Shoreditch – a collaboration between RED Gallery and Rob Star of Eastern Electrics and Star Pubs – continues to celebrate what they consider to be the best of independent London nightlife and street food.

That means eats from Wingman, Mama’s Jerk, Cheese Truck, Rainbo (and more) which – with a brand new restaurant having now been set up on the market’s mezzanine – can either be enjoyed propped up at one of the five bars or hand-delivered to you at your table.

The five bars, which will be serving a selection of drinks – from beer through to cocktails, mulled wine and hot cider – all also appropriately enjoyed from both settings. Or, alternatively, nestled next to one of the many fire pits that you’ll now find as part of new and winter-proofed, fully roofed and heated venue.

Not that warming up will be necessary. DJ sets from Bad Passion DJs Andy Bainbridge and Chris Stoker; Zombie Ate My Brains DJs Belle and Bex, Clint Lee and Shane Watcha; and secretsundaze’s James Priestley and Giles Smith – plus a series of specially curated lineups from UK festivals such as Bugged Out; Farr Festival; Eastern Electrics; and Snowbombing – will no doubt get your blood pumping.

NOTE: Last Days of Shoreditch is now over, sorry. Take a look at other foodie pop ups this month HERE.


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