May 01, 2019 6:30 PM

" Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom." - Aristotle In collaboration with Soulhub, we've created a new kind of event, and we'd love you to join us.It's true. The ability of connecting with others starts from the connection we make with ourselves. We are bringing our community together for an evening of self discovery. Carmen Rendell, and her incredible team of experts from Soulhub will be our guides for the night, as we venture deeper to explore the mysteries of the unconscious. From understanding the meaning behind illness, to identifying the things we may be attracting in our lives. They will share their experience and observations of how we all create the patterns and behaviours we’re often blind to.  We will be sharing honest stories of challenges and experiences we have faced, balanced with advice, insights and ideas into our own personal turning points and successes.Let's join the Dots to be the best version of ourselves!Expect an immersive evening, of full blown alchemy, with soulful vibes. All in the spirit of Hub Dot.Join us. An evening of self discovery awaits. Ciao, Simona and everyone from Hub Dot 

May 03, 2019 6:30 PM

Explore and enjoy the Castle after hours whilst listening to live music and taking in the contemporary art exhibit of Andrea Passaponti at one of our late night openings.    Severndroog Castle invites you to our first late night opening of the season. Join us at the historic Severndroog Castle, the only place in the city you can enjoy a cocktail surrounded by ancient woodland and experience 360° views of London and its surrounding counties. We welcome you to take in our breathtaking views as we showcase young talents that are guaranteed to make an impression, which include live acoustic soul musicians and an amazing exhibition of the visual artist Andrea Passaponti that will challenge the lines of contemporary drawing. Come along for an intimate and artistic atmosphere and a free glass of wine followed by the best view that London has to offer. Book a premium ticket and experience the sunset view from our rooftop! Severndroog is a tower built in the 18th century situated in the Oxleas Woods in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Built on Shooters Hill, one of the highest points in the city, the viewing platform boasts some of the most spectacular views in London. All tickets include access to the viewing platform and a complementary glass of wine. Remember to book a viewing platform slot at the checkout!   A very limited amount of Premium Tickets are also available for exclusive access to stunning twilight panoramic views of London from the viewing platform on top of the castle. Looking westward over the city on a clear day you can experience perfect sunsets and maybe even capture the perfect insta-moment. Severndroog's catering partner Terrace Tearoom, and their celebrated chef Christopher Hackett, will be cooking up delicious bites and cocktails, with wine and beer available all evening.     Doors Open 6.30pm - 10:00pm Ticket £12 + booking fee, includes a complementary glass of wine, Art Exhibition & Music and timed ticket access to the viewing platform before or after sunset. Premium Ticket £14 + booking fee, includes a complementary glass of wine, Art Exhibition & Music and timed ticket access to the viewing platform during sunset. Minimum age: 14 Years Price does not include food or bar drinks; food and additional drinks to the complementary glass of wine are available for purchase all evening. How do you find us? Click here Free parking facilities available at The Castle Wood Car Park; it will remain open for the duration of this event.

Apr 25, 2019 10:00 AM

A unique opportunity to learn under Christie's auction house artist Oksana Leadbitter, and her New Arts Club.  Tailored to your schedule, this boutique course is 36+ hours of figurative and landscape painting that suits anyone from beginners to more accomplished painters. No experience needed! All art materials are supplied, including paints, brushes, aprons, easels and more. All you need to do is bring yourself, and a desire to learn and meet new people. Oksana will guide you through a series of art styles and techniques, offering frequent demonstrations and support. You will not need to attend every class. The course works on a by-hour basis, meaning that it works with your schedule and the hours you have left.  Come and join us every Thursday at the recreational rooms of the beautiful St Sofia church in Bayswater.  Available time slots: 10:00 - 12:00 - Adult class 12:00 - 15:00 - Children's class 19:00 - 22:00 - Adult evening class Feel free to pop in and say hello.  For more information, email: [email protected]  --- The organisers reserve the right to cancel any of the events, should unforseen circumstances arise, resulting in the refund of any canceled remaining classes. 

May 04, 2019 12:00 PM

Riwayat are delighted to present to you Lifestyle London 2019 on Saturday 4th May and Sunday 5th May. Incorporating Pakistan Fashion Week London, LLDN19 is Riwayat's pre-eminent event in the west, bringing you the best fusion of Asian luxury from across Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, the Middle East and Turkey, and for the first time, showcasing some of the best luxury from the west. The event will provide you with access to fashion, trends, style and jewellery. Assessories, beauty, health, fitness, art, travel, home and food will feature. Wedding, event planers and florestry will be showing casing and able to take bookings for you own events. LSLD19 is a manginficiant integration of east-west fashion and lifetsyle to enrich and uplift your world.  Our exclusive and prestigious central London at 116 Pall Mall venue, home to the Institute of Directors, will present a spectacular 30m catwalk ramp with two halls for exhibitions, a programme of seminars and masterclasses, with canapés and drinks on site. Entry to the venue exhibition is FREE with tickets to the on-site programme starting from just £10.  Tickets are available for:  OFFICIAL OPENING CATWALK SHOW - Saturday 4th May 2019 at 6pm MATINEE CATWALK SHOW - Sunday 5th May 2019 at 3pm GRAND FINALE CATWALK SHOW - Sunday 5th May 2019 at 7.30pm FREE EXHIBITION in our two Boutigue Lounges from midday to 7pm on Sat 4th & Sun 5th May 2019 A range of MASTERCLASS events from 2.30pm on Saturday and Sunday including a seat at the evening catwalk show.  Your ticket allows you FREE access to the Boutique Lounge Exhibition spaces where you can meet the designers in person and buy from their collections. Designers will also be happy to take your measurements and have bespoke items stitched for you from their studios in Pakistan.  Riwayat look forward to welcoming you to the best-ever presentation of Asian and Western fashion to date. 

May 02, 2019 5:30 PM

Hi Gluggers,   We enjoyed March's event at Shoreditch Town Hall so much we're back for more - and this time we're going even bigger. The theme of the evening is “Thinking Big”, celebrating some of the biggest and most innovative names in the creative industry. Hear from Creative Review's new Editor Eliza Williams, advertising industry legend Sir John Hegarty, Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum - a huge influence in automotive design over the last 3 decades, M&C Saatchi's Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion Sereena Abbassi, Katherina Tudball Creative Director at behemoth branding agency Superunion and Innovate UK's Professor Andrew Chitty who leads the UK government’s largest investments into the Creative Industries.  Doors open from 5:30pm.  All for a £10er - nice ay?  Tickets will move fast, so snap 'em up before you wish you had!  See you there, Glug London —  Line-up: Creative Review - Eliza Williams  Eliza Williams is Editor at Creative Review magazine, and a writer, critic and broadcaster on advertising, design, art and music. She also hosts the Creative Review Podcast. Eliza has published two books via Laurence King, titled This Is Advertising and How 30 Great Ads Were Made, and has contributed texts to several books published by Phaidon, including The 21st Century Art Book and The Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design. —  The Garage Soho - Sir John Hegarty  John Hegarty has been central to the global advertising scene over six decades. He was a founding partner of Saatchi and Saatchi in 1970. And then TBWA in 1973. He founded Bartle Bogle Hegarty in 1982 with John Bartle and Nigel Bogle. The agency now has offices 7 offices around the world. He has been given the D&AD President's Award for outstanding achievement and in 2014 was admitted to the US AAF Hall of Fame. John was awarded a Knighthood by the Queen in 2007 and was the recipient of the first Lion of St Mark award at the Cannes Festival of Creativity in 2011. In 2014 John helped set up The Garage Soho, and an early stage investor company that believes in building brands, not just businesses. —  M&C Saatchi - Sereena Abbassi  Sereena Abbassi is the Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion at M&C Saatchi. An Activist, Consultant, Public Speaker and former Visual, Sonic & Performance Artist. Sereena was also the Founder of All Here: a social enterprise that connected individuals, brands and agencies; supporting them to think more critically about the world and the work that they create. Sereena has worked with organisations such as Creative Equals, and she was one of the few Diversity & Inclusion experts advising the UK Advertising & Media Industry Diversity Taskforce, and she is one of two D&I experts advising the IPA's Leadership Talent Group. —  Jaguar - Ian Callum Ian Callum, RDI, Jaguar Director of Design, spent the first 12 years of his career at Ford Design Studios. Later, as Chief Designer of TWR Design, he was responsible for the Aston Martin DB7 and Vanquish. Ian joined Jaguar in 1999 but continued to manage Aston Martin Design, developing the DB9 as well as directing Jaguar Design. In 2005 he was awarded the title of Royal Designer for Industry from the RSA. In 2014 Ian received the Minerva Medal – the highest accolade bestowed by the Chartered Society of Designers, awarded for a lifetime’s achievement in design. In 2015 Ian was named the most influential person in UK design today by The Drum. —  Superunion - Katherina Tudball  Born in Kuala Lumpur and raised in London, Katherina is a multi-award winning designer with over 15 years experience. When studying at Central Saint Martins she began collaborating with fellow graphics student Julia Woollams. After graduation, the pair were hired as a team at Johnson Banks, where Kath worked for over a decade. In 2016 she joined The Partners and now leads a team at the newly formed agency Superunion as Creative Director. With a passion for great ideas that deliver a positive impact, Kath has worked on numerous projects in the arts, culture, education and non-profit sectors. She is a regular design awards judge and a D&AD Design Trustee. —  Innovate UK - Andrew Chitty  Professor Andrew Chitty leads the UK government’s largest investments into the Creative Industries: the £33m Audience of the Future challenge and the £80m Creative Industries Clusters Programme. He was appointed AHRC Creative Economy Champion in 2017 to foster new and exciting partnerships between academics and the creative industry. His 30+ years experience includes television, founding a multiple BAFTA-award winning agency, ministerial advisor at OFCOM, and founding director of Creative England. —  Innovate UK Lounge - Open from 3:30pm, get down early for free pizza + a bev!  Drop into the ground floor chambers to experience AR/VR projects which have been funded within the Audience of the Future programme by UK Research and Innovation through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.  —  Microsoft Surface Station We're pulling together a mix of creators to come flex their skills and giving Gluggers the chance to get involved too!  —  Events Partners.  We want to thank our lovely partners who all help us deliver our events in London and around the world. Big up to the best people around: Microsoft Surface — Drop in and show off your skills on Surface.  UKRI - Big love to the team for supporting the event's live stream.  The Garage Soho  Awesome Merchandise BIMA Computer Arts  Easle  Gray Matters Stitch  The Drum Ugly Drinks If your company wants to get involved with Glug too, get in touch with Charlotte at [email protected] and we'll give you more information on what opportunities we've got in store for you. — [Please note that a refund is only available if the event is canceled. It's OK to sell/give away tickets without notifying us in advance.]

May 02, 2019 5:00 PM

Multiplicity is hosted by Foilco. It is a non-for profit design/creative event which takes place in various cities. Featuring speakers from the creative industries, the event is a chance for designers, illustrators, photographers & artists to get together in one space for one night. Hosted by Foilco Sponsored by G.F Smith Print/foiling by Imprimerie du Marais Drinks available by Portobello Road Gin & Good Things Brewing Food is available by The Proper Pie Co. Design by StudioDBD Official event charity/Ticket Proceeds donated to Single Homeless Project An international evening of words and works. Hosted by Foilco and sponsored by G.F Smith. Creativity is as much about the possibilities as it is about the outcome. The possibilities are endless and this potential demonstrates why strategic creative thinking in graphic design is more relevant than ever. Our guest speakers are renowned practitioners in the design of iconic visual identities for consumer brands and cultural institutions. We will hear of how they strive to deliver not only world-class strategic design but also world-class project management for clients the world over. We examine their work and learn of their unique collaborative working process, during which strategy and design become clearer, simpler and richer in meaning. This event is for those who creatively push the boundaries, and equally, for those who are focused on learning about creativity, and what it is that inspires the compelling work they see before them. This year’s line-up of incredible speakers include; Event Sponsors G.F Smith - G.F Smith: 1885 Onwards For over 130 years, G . F Smith has been obsessed with the simple beauty and limitless possibility of paper. Today, we act as custodians of our founders remarkable legacy by making and curating the world’s finest paper collection. As one of the oldest known materials, paper continues to be a symbol of innovation and technological progression — a medium that goes far beyond just being a carrier of ideas and knowledge, a profoundly important and valuable material  — more relevant for today’s needs than ever before. Imprimerie du Marais - Imprimerie du Marais (IdM) is a leading printer and finisher with 50 years’ experience providing bespoke services to brands and agencies worldwide. Built around eight core workrooms in the heart of Paris, IdM has made it their business to push the boundaries of print, process, and material. Since opening our London office in 2015, IdM has built a growing presence in the UK, proudly partnering designers and design teams across a variety of sectors to deliver exceptional printed collateral. Official Event Charity Single Homeless Project - Single Homeless Project (SHP) is a London-wide charity working to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people to transform their lives.  Our staff work with individuals to tackle the underlying causes of homelessness, such as poor mental health, family breakdown or drug and alcohol dependency. We focus on providing long-term solutions rather than temporary fixes to ensure we lift people out of homelessness for good. From supporting people in crisis to helping them take the final steps towards independence and employment, we make a difference to more than 8,000 lives every year. Official Food & Drink Supporters Portobello Road Gin - It all started at 171 Portobello Road, where after 9 months of hard graft, research, experimentation, and cocktails, the perfect blend was crafted from 9 botanicals. With enough of those robust gin flavours like juniper, citrus and coriander to make a Gin & Tonic, but with enough elegance to work in a martini and spices that create a depth of character and intensity to work in drinks like a Negroni, these botanicals combine to create a uniquely versatile gin. Good Things Brewing - Two families wanting to brew some good beer and hopefully help make a change to the brewing industry so it’s kinder to the planet. Our goal is to open the world’s most sustainable brewery. And that means completely energy efficient, off-grid, closed loop brewing with everything recycled and reused from water to grain. We have a long journey ahead but are so excited for each step of the way. You can follow our story over at and @goodthingsbrewingco The Proper Pie Company - @theproperpieco London based The Proper Pie Co, are bringing the art of artisan pie baking to Multiplicity. We are on a mission to offer proper home cooked pies and sides that contain only the finest, locally sourced, fresh seasonal produce. With each pie being lovingly handcrafted and filled to the crust with traditional gourmet ingredients. Inspired by our own travels and experiences, our team have honed the recipes of some of the best dishes from the UK and beyond to create a selection of pies for every taste - The Proper Pie Co are here to do pies, the way they should be. Event Supporters Dies: Dreyer Kliche - Beer Labels: Label Makers - Photography – Foilco will be taking photos at Multiplicity London. These images will be used by Foilco to share news about the event and used in promotions of any and all future Multiplicity events. Images may be used in press releases, printed publicity and published on Foilco’s Social Media platforms. They will be stored securely. If you would prefer for you not to be photographed, please speak to Jaime ([email protected]), otherwise in purchasing a ticket for this event you accept that your image may be used (indirectly) in all forms of marketing communications. Directions - St Mary’s is situated on Wyndham Place, between York Street and Crawford Street, W1H 1PQ, a short walking distance from Marylebone (6 min walk), Edgware Road (7 min walk) and Baker Street (8 min walk) tube stations respectively.

Apr 24, 2019 6:30 PM

Hi, hey, hello Gluggers! Glug Meets is back - and this time, we're moving in to Jelly London for an evening of creative magic!  They've put together an evening for a limited number of Gluggers to meet the team and hear from some of their epic talent. Talks from the awesome Job from Oscar nominated animation collective Job, Joris & Marieke and illustrator and animator Dan Woodger.  £7 tickets include drinks + snacks!  As always with Glug Meets events we're going to the co-host's offices and will only be having a very limited number of tickets available compared to other events — so make sure you snap up those tickets before it's too late! See you there,Glug London —Overview of Deets.Date: 24th April 2019Time: 6.30 – 10.00pmVenue: Jelly London, 9-10 Charlotte Mews, Bloomsbury, London W1T 4EFNearest tube: Goodge Street Station—About Jelly London. Jelly London are a creative production company with 15 years of experience in bringing brilliantly crafted animation and illustration to life. They represent a broad array of exceptionally talented directors and have an expansive network of illustrators and designers, who excel at working to brief and creating beautiful visual solutions for their clients. Jelly oversees the full production of each project from start to finish, ensuring the same high level of attention and output that they do for brands such as Kellogg’s, McDonald’s, Pepsi, SWATCH, Volkswagen, Google, Apple, Cadburys, Ray-Ban, and many more.  — Job, Joris & Marieke - Illustrators / Animators  Oscar-nominated animation collective Job, Joris & Marieke specialise in illustration, animation, and character design. Their work is characterised by intriguing characters who usually get wrapped up in all kinds of awkward situations. They all studied together at the Design Academy in Eindhoven and because of their mixed skill set they relish the opportunity to produce projects from concept to creation to final delivery.They have lent their unique style to campaigns for TfL, Tour de France, T Mobile, 3M, and many more. In addition to commercial work, their other interests include working personal projects like short independent films, educational assignments and designing toys. — Dan Woodger - Illustrator / Animator  Dan Woodger grew up watching The Simpsons and daydreaming about making a living from doing what he loves – drawing and animating. Fast forward and his client list now proves that’s possible, with the likes of Pepsi, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Netflix having all worked with Dan. Projects with McDonalds and Samsung have seen him travel the globe to Japan and Taiwan respectively.Having developed a recognizable illustration style and a lovable cast of colourful characters, Dan has since expanded into directing and animating his works, nodding in technique and style to the classic retro feel of his works. —  Microsoft Surface Station Come flex your skills on some top tech!  — Events Partners. We want to thank our lovely partners who all help us deliver our events in London and around the world. Big up to the best people around: Microsoft Surface — Come flex your skills on the Surface devices!  Getty Images — Check out Creative Insights to refresh your thinking and find inspo for your next great idea.  Awesome Merchandise BIMA Computer Arts Easle Stitch The Drum Ugly DrinksIf your company wants to get involved with Glug too, get in touch with Charlotte at [email protected] and we'll give you more information on what opportunities we've got in store for you. — [Please note that a refund is only available if the event is cancelled. It's OK to sell/give away tickets without notifying us in advance.]

Apr 27, 2019 1:00 PM

Full event program and details here On Saturday, April 27th, 2019, Slow Factory will host “Sustainability as a Culture”, the fourth in its critically-acclaimed conference series Study Hall. Hot on the heels of a successful partnership with the United Nations in February, the first international edition will be held in London UK at Central Saint-Martins college of art and design, in collaboration with Fashion Revolution. The event takes place during Fashion Revolution Week, on the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse. As with previous Study Hall events, Study Hall x Central Saint Martins will gather leading industry experts in fashion and textile manufacturing, paired with cultural influencers, academics, activists and artists. Study Hall continues to be among the most culturally diverse events of its kind, this time exploring the central theme of “Sustainability as a Culture”, exploring themes of racial justice, responsible sourcing and manufacturing, circularity, and authenticity in design. Study Hall x Central Saint-Martins is powered by G-Star Raw, adidas, and Calik Denim, Youtube. Slow Factory is a research center and design lab focused on circularity and sustainable design in the fashion industry and beyond. This means encouraging sustainably sourced materials and processes by creating product collaborations with brands and manufacturers, and creating tangible solutions to turning waste into new materials in a closed loop model. Slow Factory is co-founded by Céline Semaan, an MIT Media Lab Director’s fellow whose work in sustainability has been widely impactful, and her partner, entrepreneur Colin Vernon, who has built innovative digital and hardware products as a former CTO of Medium, and littleBits. Slow Factory has partnered with The Bear Scouts’ Dio Kurazawa in a new venture to create strategic partnerships leveraging new technologies to concretely achieve a circular industry. The Library Study Hall is Slow Factory’s non-profit initiative that promotes practices that are “Good for the Earth, Good for the People”, by creating events and collaborations with the following goals: Provide a platform to highlight success stories related to fashion, racial justice, cultural appropriation, sustainability, innovation, and technology; Share knowledge, tools and platforms related to U.N. Sustainable Development Goals; Map out opportunities for action and collaboration for civil society and industry leaders and mobilize new connections and partnerships related to sustainable fashion.

Apr 27, 2019 7:30 PM

PopUp Painting invites you to unleash your creativity – wine glass in one hand, paintbrush in the other! No experience needed. Your event at The Horniman at Hays will be themed around this Banksy inspired Umbrella Girl Dripping painting by Charlotte Ellinas. As no one knows Banksy's true identity, come to our event and pretend you're the real thing! Since 2013 our mission has been to bring art out of the classroom and gallery and into the places people meet on an every day basis. You’ll be guided step by step by a practicing artist, while you drink, paint and create your way to becoming an artist for the night! Your experience will include: All art supplies – including paint, brushes, apron Guidance from a qualified and practicing artist (but feel free to go off-piste!) A themed playlist to immerse you in your experience A glass of wine (soft drink alternatives available) A guaranteed like on Instagram if you share your pics with #popuppainting Join the event on Facebook and invite a friend. Check out our FAQs

May 03, 2019 9:00 AM

TEDxLondonBusinessSchool is one of the premier innovation and thought-leadership events in London, run by students of London Business School. Every year, LBS welcomes world leaders in business, technology, science and the arts to share their Ideas Worth Spreading. This year’s event will be held on Friday 3rd May 2019 with the theme Order & Chaos. In today’s changing world we seek to understand the turmoil and confusion around us and what the new structures of authority and command mean for individuals and society. Through their stories, our speakers will explore Order & Chaos in their own lives and the world around us. For details about our speakers please follow us on social media and visit

Apr 25, 2019 7:00 PM

Painting, Good Music and Alcohol - how could you go wrong.  Introducing our new weekly Thursday night at Duo London "Party N Paint" The idea of showing off your hidden talents, enjoying a painting class with a twist of party jams playing the best of 90s RnB, hip-hop and club classics! We assure you this isn't your ordinary art class! Inspired by a massive craze in the US, this fantastic concept has finally reached London, and we want you all to experience the buzz.  No experience is required, as we will give you all the artist direction needed to create and take home your masterpiece! Our events are one of a kind, encompassing a fantastic night out with a love of creativity and art. We even have an afterparty until 1am!! So come down and enjoy a drink or two, party vibes, great company and paint the night away. Our night includes - Free Cocktail Reception  - Artist Direction - Themed Event  - Vodka Shots for best painter  - Competition for the best masterpiece   - All art supplies needed to create your masterpiece - DJ playing music to have you up on your feet and partying - Opportunity to purchase fantastic cocktails - Lively atmosphere and party vibes - Beautiful art to take home - Painting 7pm-10pm - Afterparty until 10pm- 1am Come and experience the best paint party in town! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with our upcoming events! Early Bird Tickets- £25 Standard Tickets- £30 Discount for Birthday Deals with us contact [email protected]

Apr 30, 2019 11:00 AM

Join us as we explore Camden Town - which is famed for its markets, a warren of fashion and curiosities by the Regent's Canal.   As you head up Camden High Street, your tutor will guide you through and highlight the many areas of street art and 'funky' architecture which will provide vibrant images for you.  You will also visit a very unusual building which changes colour depending on the angle you look at it from - great for abstract shots. You will then head in to Camden Lock for views of the canal, canal boats and architecture before more market photography in the vibrant and colourful markets in that area. Your Photography Tutor will be available to help and advise you throughout the walk. We recommend you bring a DSLR camera with a small selection of lenses on our photo walks. A wideangle and telephoto lens will always be useful as would a standard zoom or standard lens. A Compact camera would be equally useful if you don't have an interchangeable lens camera. We don't recommend you bring a tripod but do please bring your mobile phone if you have one. Walks are designed to be on mainly level ground and there are plenty of opportunities en-route for comfort breaks. Should you get separated from the group the walk leader's mobile number is provided and they will re-attach you! The walk leader will take images as the walk progresses and show these to you to give you ideas on the type of images you may wish to take. Please note that you will receive an email from us a day or two before the event with full meeting point instructions and suggestions on what to bring with you.