North - 4/9 - The Vintage Guide To London
Influenced and inspired by analogue lifestyle, mid-century consumerism and twentieth century nostalgia, new pop-up shop Yeradessa offers unique items from the recent past as well as contemporary gifts, homeware and lifestyle products including instant analogue photography from Impossible Project.
Deriving their name from the infamous UFO CLUB that exploded onto the London scene in late ’66, head to the UFO club night for an eclectic mix of psychedelic tunes, garage fuzz, Surf grooves, Freakbeat movers, Soul shakers, French pop favourites and some good old fashioned Rock n Roll.
Fat Faced Cat sells a carefully selected range of mint condition vintage for both men and women. Situated on Islington’s busy Camden Passage, the shop specialises in high-quality vintage from Edwardian boater hats to Eighties suits as well as luggage, ephemera and paper goods.
Stock up on vintage and crafts at the Can’t Buy Me Love jumble sale in Highgate.
Barbara Ella and her Band ‘Diamond Blisters’ will kick start Jam Sandwich, a new monthly blues night, with a mix of Rocking Blues, Funk and Soul – then the Jammers take the stage. The evening will finish with a …