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Bryony Rosier
Bryony Rosier
Marketing Manager Cuckooz

Bryony is the Marketing Manager here at Cuckooz.  When she's not shimmying around the office, you can find her in East London, where she lives - forraging for vintage finds, or in her studio, where she works as a digital artist and linocut printmaker.

 

Cuckooz Curates: Rumble on the Roding, Bohemian Street Markets and Theatre in the Dark
Words by Bryony Rosier, Wednesday 31 December 1969

It's all doom and gloom in the news these days, but that shouldn't stop you from getting out and having a good time. London is overflowing with fantastic events this March time, and you'd be a fool to miss out!

Check out our top picks this week of things to do in the big smoke. 

Rumble on the Roding

When: March 14th

 

Where: Secret Location

 

What to expect: Tree planting and plastic pick-up party on the banks of London’s ancient River Roding. Join forces with likeminded eco warriors as you help to restore the natural eco system to it’s former glory. All profits go towards the River Roding Trust and Ecosystem restoration camps, and there will be a banquet with food, drinks and live DJ’s well into the night.

 

More information here.

Rumble on the Roding
Rare Birds Bohemian Market

When: March 15th

 

Where: 93 Feet East, Brick Lane

 

What to expect: Get ready for yet another mind blowing line up of summer festivals at this weekend’s Rare Birds bohemian market, where you can get your hands on some unique, one of vintage or hand made extravagant pieces. The market is also hosting denim customising workshops and DJs, street food and cocktails.

 

More information here.

Rare Birds Bohemian Market
Japanese Textile and Craft Festival

When: 13th-15th March

 

Where: Craft Central, Canary Wharf

 

What to expect: A fantastic 3 day event covering everything worth knowing about Japanese Textiles and Crafts. Featuring free as well as paid for events, there’s something for everyone. Some of the workshops include; Sashiko tote bag making, Kasuri weaving, Karazome printing, Kimono sewing and jesomite coaster making.

 

More information here.

 

 

 Japanese Textile and Craft Festival
Darkfield x Kings Cross

When: 28th Feb - 22nd March

 

Where: Lewis Cubitt Square

 

What to expect: Three intense, immersive experiences set in shipping containers - here’s the catch - in pitch darkness. Definitely suited for thrill seekers and those unafraid of the dark, this pop up event features three events; Seance, Flight and Coma. Each container has been painstakingly decorated to encapsulate an authentic recreation of the titled subject, with chilling results. Each show lasts around half an hour and tickets are a steal at around £8 a show, so whilst the weather’s still gloomy, why not opt for something a little out of the ordinary this weekend?

 

More information here. 

Darkfield x Kings Cross
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CLICK HERE to see what our friend's over at The Nudge suggest you do over Chinese New Year in London. Did you know it's the largest celebration in the world outside of Asia? We think the Year of the Rooster is going to be a CORKER for Cuckooz!

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