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Issue 48

Get your creative juices flowing at this year's Street Photography Symposium and get ready, because in November, London is introducing it's very first pizza and prosecco festival!

Barista Tête-à-Tête

Now boasting three charming locations throughout London, Coffee Works Project is fast-becoming a go-to for Londoners to get their daily café au lait. We caught up with the baristas over at Coffee Works Project to ask some of our burning about the secret to making an oh so delicious cup of joe.

So, tell us your secret to making the best cup of coffee?
Using the best quality products, and a little love

From your tempting selection in store, what is the best sweet treat to accompany your mid-morning coffee?
The triple chocolate brownie is always a winner, and the almond and tahini biscuits are a great vegan and gluten free option too!

What sets Coffee Works Project apartment form other coffee shops in the city?
We are a family run, independent coffee shop that focuses on the best quality ingredients and create a relaxed environment amidst the hustle and bustle to give you a great coffee experience.

Describe your perfect coffee in three words…
Well-brewed, fruity, joyful.

Where’s your favourite place to go for coffee in London? Apart from Coffee Works Project, of course.
I always grab a coffee from any independent if I’m passing and enjoy it in one of London’s amazing green spaces, or I love having a pour over at home in the garden.

It will be our little secret – are there any exciting things in the pipeline for Coffee Works Project in the near future?
Yes…

Let’s summarise what we have learnt here: love is always the best ingredient, Coffee Works Project have something rather mysterious in the pipeline, and a treat with your coffee is quite clearly an essential. Now, please excuse me while I go out and sample a glorious almond and tahini biscuit.

Street Photography Symposium

After the great success that this street photography fair saw last year, Londonewcastle is proud to be one of the sponsors for this year’s event.

The distinguished East London Publisher, Hoxton Mini Press has teamed up with Nick Turpin from iN-public and Jason Reed from Observe Collective to introduce this creative festivity where street photographers and art lovers get together to inspire each other and get inspired.

Kick-starting this Friday at 6:30pm until Sunday 20th August on Cheshire Street, just off Brick Lane, welcome drinks will introduce the event and prepare guests for a weekend of competitions and a series of panels and talks. This East London location is the perfect setting for this fair as it is surrounded by a profusion of culture, art and originality, what more could you ask for to spark some creative flair?

Get your tickets here and delve into a realm of world-class street photography http://streetlondon.co.uk/

Pizza and Prosecco - A Match Made in Heaven

Pizza and prosecco, two words that bring music to my ears. This November, London will see these two lip-smacking delights join forces in the city’s first ever Pizza and Prosecco Festival. Located in Building Six at the O2, you’ll be able to feast on everything cheesy, fizzy and pepperoni-y.

Pizza masterminds including Doughboys and the Original Goodfillas will be there providing the good stuff, there will even be gluten free and vegan options, something for everyone! To add the icing on the cake (or the cheese on the pizza), 20 different types of prosecco will also be there to guzzle. Although I wouldn’t advise sampling 20 different glasses of fizz, it’s always nice to know that you have the option.

If a bucket-load of prosecco and a hearty helping of pizza isn’t enough to warm your cockles in the chilly November air, then fear not because there will be heaters and blankets provided.
To top it all off, there will be live music and sing-a-longs to keep you entertained while you chow down.

Keep 25th November free for this festival of sheer indulgence. Buy your tickets here: http://bit.ly/2vXN0Tr

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