SHOREDITCH THINGS TO DO
A whole host of stalls offering up an incredible array of goods ranging from classic cameras to stuffed animals.
Broadway Market is an east London street running from London Fields to the Regent's Canal in the London Borough of Hackney.
World famous for the sheer amount of street art that it has on display, with colourful pieces ranging from wacky all the way to down right beautiful.
An indie theatre where moviegoers can relax in couches, blankets, and a cheeky glass of wine while watching blockbusters or little known arthouse films.
THE MUSEUM OF HOME
Housed in a set of 18th century almshouses, The Museum of Home explores home and home life from 1600 to the present day with a lively chronology of domestic interiors to show the messier side of home life.
BRICK LANE GALLERY
Eclectic displays of contemporary art by British and international artists, emerging or established.
Europe's largest purpose-built 'Social Ping Pong Club', featuring the finest cocktails, and a critically acclaimed Italian pizza restaurant.
DENNIS SEVERS HOUSE
The ten rooms have been decked out to recreate snapshots of life in Spitalfields between 1724 and 1914.
The UK's first permanent public space dedicated to diversity in the visual arts and the first new public gallery to be built in London since the Hayward Gallery opened 40 years earlier.
Shoreditch's independent cultural centre houses three cinema screens alongside exhibition and performance spaces and a cafe/bar. Run as a charity, it's a vibrant arts hub and any given week could see it hosting an assortment of music gigs, theatre shows, art exhibitions, themed festivals and all manner of workshops.
You can't miss Village Underground thanks to the four brightly coloured, graffiti-covered tube carriages, now artists' studios, perched on its roof. The recycled Jubilee line carriages, and accompanying shipping containers, accommodate a community of artists, writers, designers, filmmakers and musicians. Their renovated Victorian warehouse space hosts exhibitions, concerts theatre, live art and club nights.
JUNK YARD GOLF
Get excited on four mashed up 9 hole crazy golf courses created from pre-loved and reclaimed random shizzle. Groups can putt their way through all sorts of bizarre holes; think UV garage, scrapyard slides, circus freaks and jungle bathtubs.