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Gravity's Guide

Gravity's Guide: Weekly Wanders #2

Things to do in London this week - 4th April until 10th April 2022


Mama's Comedy

📅 When: 6th April (7:30pm - 9:30pm)

📍 Where: Poster, 182 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7UY

🎟️ Tickets £8.00, buy here

Mama's Comedy is a female-led comedy night happening on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, with a lineup of five incredible comedians.


The Big Mercato Spring Festival

📅 When: 7th April until 10th April

📍 Where: 42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR

🎟️ Free entrance, find more information here

Following the great success of Mercato Metropolitano's London Craft Oktoberfest, they are hosting a similar event to welcome the start of Spring. You can expect Duman Döner's German sausages, German craft beer, GK's summer cocktails, lots of decorations and live music with a great lineup of DJs.


SicilyFEST London 2022

📅 When: 7th April until 10th April

📍 Where: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH

🎟️ Tickets £2.50, buy here

SicilyFEST celebrates Sicily and its deliciously good products, with art and entertainment sections, special exhibitions, live music performances and masterclasses by Sicilian chefs.


Ceramic Art London 2022

📅 When: 8th April until 10th April

📍 Where: Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA

🎟️ Tickets from £11.00, buy here

CAL will be showcasing contemporary developments in ceramic practise, in addition to their popular Claytalks programme, ceramics bookshop and toolshop and the usual top-class selection of exhibitors.


Activity of the week

Free Street Art Walking Tour

📅 When: Every day, 2pm - 4pm

📍 Meeting point: Shoreditch High Street Station, Braithwaite Street, London E1 6GJ

🎟️ Based on tips, find more information here

Street art tells the story of the struggles of the working classes in Britain over the last hundred years. You'll step back in time and see how immigration into Brick Lane and the surrounding area has transformed Shoreditch from the poorest part of London to becoming one of the most lively boroughs of the capital. Look for the guide holding a red umbrella!