London Beer Week begins Monday 22 February. Pic: DrinkUp.London

London Beer Week begins Monday 22 February. Pic: DrinkUp.London

  • The Old Dalston Market

Make a bargain at Hackney biggest indoors vintage market where creative independents and marketers join to sell their goods as well as promote their businesses. The stallholders are handpicked and contain everything from vintage veterans from markets like Spitalfields as well as local charity shops and Hackney residents.

Make sure to bring cash!

Location: EPIC Dalston

Date: Sunday February 21

Time: 11am-6pm

Cost: Free entry

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  • London Beer Week - 2016

The festival returns for a second year with events spread across more than 100 of the capital’s best beer bars and breweries. Expect a week-long bonanza of ticketed pop-up bars, tutored tastings, brewery tours, parties, dinner clubs and more. With its epicentre at The Old Truman Brewery, the festival looks set to top last year’s event with over 600 beers on offer.

Location: Based at the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch - but spread across many other London Bars

Date: Monday February 22 - Sunday February 28

Time: 12-9pm

Cost:  £10 per wristband, which includes free tasters and £3 pint offers

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  • Dinerama

Street Feast’s renowned Shoreditch street food market Dinerama is finally back for the year after a festive break. The cosy roofed and winter-proofed two storey arena can hold up 1,000 hungry visitors and with 15 different food vendors and 10 bars there’s something for everyone. From an alpine lodge serving mulled wine, to Barbadian meaty goodness from Smokestak and warm doughnut bites from You Doughnut! Grab your mates and get down before 7 and you can join the fun for free.

Location: Shoreditch Yard, Shoreditch

Date: Thursday February 18 – Saturday December 17, every Thu/Fri/Sat night.

Time: 5pm til late

Cost: Free entry before 7pm, £3 after

Click here for more details.

Growing Up Club is going to launch this Sunday February 21. Pic: Amanda Mills

Growing Up Club is going to launch this Sunday February 21. Pic: Amanda Mills

  • Outcome portrait exhibition

As part of LGBT History Month 2016: Lewisham Pride, local photographer Tom Dingley is showing his most recent body of work. A collection of portrait photographs of the LGBT community holding a picture of themselves as a child, and an item connected to their work or passions.

Location: The Broadway Theatre, Catford Road.

Date: February 19, 22, 25 and 27

Time: 10am-3pm

Cost: Free entry

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  • Growing Up Club

Are your kids running riot and you're wondering how to fill the weekend? Why not head off to The Albany Center? Open for kids age two years plus get involved with indoor and outdoor craft and gardening activities: dig, grow, play and discover before or after watching a show in the theatre.

Location: The Albany Centre and Theatre, Douglas Way

Date: Sunday February 21

Time: 2-3pm

Cost: £3

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  • Music and Stories - a charity concert

Do you have a passion for all things classical, or fancy getting a bit cultured for charity? If so, get yourself to this concert in support of Age Exchange with Simon Standage (violin) and Jenny Standage (organ). Featuring music from Vivaldi, Bach, Telemann, Matteis, Baltzar and Flor Peeters with stories about the works, this is an event not to be missed!

Location: St Margaret's Church, Brandram Road

Date: Saturday February 20

Time: 7.30-9.30pm

Cost: £15 (£12 for Friends of Age Exchange and under 16s)

Click here for more details.

Rich Mix . Pic: Ewan Munro

Explore African culture at Rich Mix. Pic: Ewan Munro

  • Laugh the Queens Head Off

Voted as one of the top 10 free comedy shows in London, get a chance to see comics such as Joey Page (Never Mind the Buzzcocks - BBC2) and Ronnie Gold (comedian, musician, film star) among others, at an iconic venue. Do not forget to book your ticket!

Location: The Queens Head Limehouse, E14

Date: Tuesday February 23

Time: 7pm til late

Cost: Free entry

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  • Oval Space Music Presents Roman Fluegel

Enjoy house and techno from the Frankfurt native with a 20 year long career behind him, Roman Fluegel, alongside The Black Madonna from Chicago and Berlin-based,nd_baumecker.

Location: Oval Space, Bethnal Green

Date: Saturday February 20

Time: 10pm til late

Cost: £5-£20

Click here for more details.

  • Discover Africa with the Mwalimu Express

London’s original and finest, free Pan African family adventure. Experience live music and film from African and Diasporan artists. Do not miss the market stalls or face painting, not to mention the well stocked bar.

Location: Rich Mix, Bethnal Green.

Date: Sunday February 21

Time: 2-6pm

Cost: Free entry

Click here  for more details.

Fairfields . Pic: Pixabay

Fairfield Halls are hosting Wedding Fair Sunday February 21 . Pic: Pixabay

  • Nirvana Nevermind Live at Scream 

Endless Nirvana performs the ground-breaking album Nevermind live at Scream Lounge. This is the 25th Anniversary Tribute Show.

Location: Scream Lounge Croydon, 20 South End

Date: Saturday February 20

Time: Doors open at 5.30pm, bands on stage at 7.30pm

Cost: £5

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  • Surrey Wedding Fair at Fairfield Halls

Over 100 major national and local wedding suppliers gathered at Fairfield Halls for one of South London’s biggest wedding fairs. The fair will include a bridal catwalk, fashion collections and exhibitions.

Location: Arnhem Gallery, Fairfield Halls
Date: Sunday February 21
Time: 11am
Cost: Free entry

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  • Secondary Cause Of Death at Fairfield Halls

Peter Gordon's murder mystery parody set in the library of a country manor house, starring Hi-De-Hi's Jeffrey Holland, Judy Buxton and David Callister. Staged by Talking Scarlet.

Location: The Ashcroft Theatre, Fairfield Halls

Date: Premieres Wednesday February 24

Time: 7.30pm

Cost: From £16.50

Click here for more details.

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