Amazing Events For You This Bank Holiday Weekend

Every weekend, we try to bring you a selection of events happening in London and the UK that we hope will help you relax and unwind.

This bank holiday weekend, we’ve got an impressive line up. Check out this events happening in the capital…..enjoy!

2Face Live in London @ The Forum


Photo: DJA Media

Photo: DJA Media

Nigerian music sensation 2Face makes a return to London this year with a live concert taking place at Highgate. Other stars lined up to perform include May7even, Moelogo, Ada Snoop, Zafi B, Chay Nelle and of course our very own Sound Sultan. 

DATE: Saturday, 3rd, May, 2014

VENUE: The Forum, 9-17 Highgate Rd, London NW5 1JY
(Nearest tube – Kentish Town)



£15 limited £20 Thereafter, Seating £25 VIP Seating £30
Doors Open: 6PM * Show time 7pm Sharp

The African Bridal Show

Now in it’s fourth year, the African Bridal show is the place to be for savvy African brides and event planners in this niche market this bank holiday weekend.

With seminars including a Gele tying  master class and make up seminar, you’ll be sure to take something away from this event to help you with your wedding planning.

The exhibition not only aims to increase the varieties and options available for every African bride to be, but we are extremely passionate about providing exposure for African wedding service providers in order to broaden their business horizon!


A fun day out for the bride and her bridal party, the exhibition attracts some of the best African wedding suppliers, ensuring that you get front row access to the very best wedding dresses, photographers, videographers, caterers on the market and so much more.

Date: 3rd May 2014
Time: 11:00am – 6:00pm
Venue: Stratford Old Town Hall, 29 Broadway,London E15

Nearest Tube: Stratford Station

Registration has now closed for this event, but if you’re interested in attending, it’s £5 at the door.

Charles Sekano: The Geometry of Fate

This bank holiday weekend, we’ve got something for art lovers. Maestro Arts, in collaboration with Ed Cross Fine Art, is delighted to announce an exhibition of works ‘The geometry of fate’ by South African Poet, Painter and Pianist Charles Sekano. The Exhibition will comprise a large selection of old and new works on paper. 
Charles Sekano has a unique place in the story of South African art and, following a 30-year exile in Nairobi, a major position in the history of Kenyan art.

Date: Showing until Tuesday 6th May
Venue: Maestro Arts, Riverside Quarter, Eastfields Avenue, London, SW18 1LP


If you’re looking for a hip festival right here in the heart of London, then you’ve come to the right place. Streetfest brings together top DJ’s busting out the best underground tunes with the best upcoming talents in Rap and Hip Hop.

Why not head out to Hackney this Saturday for a dose of some of the best the capital has to offer when it comes to underground hip hop?

If rap is your thing, there’ll be loads of upcoming and well-known names in the mix including Miss Dynamite and Amplify Dot.

Some of the capital’s most sought after DJ’s will also be providing the background music as you’re treated to Graffiti paintings and BMX thrills, not to mention Tattooing as well..

It’s a carnival like no other, and we’re sure that you’ll love it.

Go to for more info.

Date: Sunday 4th May

Time: 12pm

Venue: Fomans Fish Island

Tickets: £13.50

Nearest Rail: Hackney Wick

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