London Events, September 2016

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L'Eden by Perrier-Jouët 23rd - 25th September

Champagne house Perrier-Jouët has put together an incredible immersive experience around the concept of nature. Spanning two floors, L'Eden by Perrier-Jouët plays host to an interactive installation which allows guests to pluck Champagne flutes to enjoy ice cold Champagne. In the basement, Bompas & Parr will launch the world's first ever bio-responsive garden, an installation filled with plants that mimic the movements of explorers amongst them. Masterclasses, workshops and tastings will also be available through the weekend. L'Eden by Perrier-Jouët is free to enter, glasses of Champagne, masterclasses and tastings are ticketed. Tickets are available from: 147 Wardour Street, W1F 8WD


Brockley Market's 5th Anniversary, September 24th

Foodie mecca Brockley Market will turn five this month and welcome its 500,000th visitor. The occasion will be marked with sizzling specials and birthday surprises on Saturday 24th September, 10am-2pm. Celebrations will include 5th birthday cake from Kooky Bakes and live music from Balkan folk collective Benny and ‘The Cheese Grinder'. Brockley has over 40 of London's finest food stalls for visitors to feast their eyes on, with a focus on locally sourced, seasonal produce. For groceries there is the likes of ‘The Butchery' from Bermondsey, ‘Aston's Bakehouse' and Blackwoods Cheese, the local Brockley cheese-maker, as well as street food trucks and stalls. Last but not least we at World Of Zing  will be offering a special £5 off our barrel aged, craft cocktails. Lewisham College Car Park, Corner of Tressillian Road & Lewisham Way, SE4 1UT For more information please visit

Malaysia Festival 2016 @ Trafalgar Square September 24th

Malaysia Festival is returning for their seventh year of culture and culinary delights.  The food market will make up a large part of the festival with around twenty restaurants from both the UK and Malaysia offering a variety of dishes including unusual curries, rotis, peanut pancakes, banana fritters, nasi lemak combinations and much more. Trafalgar Square, Saturday 24th, 12.00 - 22.00


Oktoberfest East @ Oval Space, 28th September - 9th October

Encompassing the very best aspects of the famous Bavarian beer festival, Oktoberfest East has landed in London to serve overflowing steins of the official Oktoberfest beer. Experiential gastronomic duo The Art of Dining have developed a special menu inspired by Bavarian flavours, and the Hackney Colliery Band will be getting people on the dance floor with their unique mix of brass and beats. Set against a backdrop of blue sky, fluffy clouds, and an Alpine forest it's Oktoberfest but with a distinct East London twist. For information and tickets please visit 29-32 The Oval, E2 9DT 

Maman le Mot @ London Bridge, September 9th Onwards

The creative minds behind A Place In Time have launched a brand new immersive bar and dining experience called Maman Le Mot in a hidden bunker and bistro in London Bridge. At Maman le Mot diners can expect the theatrical and secretive theme of spies and the French resistance. Entrance to Maman le Mot will take you through secret agent training, emulating the much loved styles of Allo Allo and Dad's Army. Post training diner's gain access to the Bistro (inspired by Moulin Rouge) where they may eat, drink and dance the night away. Tickets and further information are available from

Chilli Feast @ Hotbox, Whitechapel, September 26th

On the 26th of September, five chefs will take to the Hotbox kitchen, each bringing to the table a dish specially created for heat seekers. Londoner's can expect to see some of the finest in spicy comfort food, such as Billy and Jack's (from H.en Restaurant) Ultimate Chilli Chicken Burger and Chai Ki's Himalayan Baby Back Ribs. Tickets for the Chilli Feast will be £45 and include all food for the evening, a pre-dinner cocktail in 46 & Mercy, located beneath HotBox, and a glass of wine to accompany the feast. For more info and tickets follow the link.

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