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Worldwide wake up rave phenomenon Morning Gloryville returns to Notting Hill this Saturday for its first ever weekend rave. Snap up your last chance tickets now!

The first weekend rave will be taking place at MODE this Saturday 25th July from 9am to 1pm. With some of London’s finest DJs pumping out the tunes, it’ll be the perfect way of starting your weekend with a whole morning on unabashed fun.

Morning Gloryville

Morning Gloryville is the unique immersive early morning dance experience that has exploded in popularity across the globe, now regularly taking part in 23 cities. The events fuse dance music, yoga, massage, coffee and smoothies with performance art, glitter and whole lot more. They also very recently celebrated their second birthday with none other than Fatboy Slim on the decks!

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Come down to MODE this Saturday to enjoy:

  • Wake Up Angels
  • Free yoga & massage
  • A smoothie station
  • Tea & Coffee Bar
  • Healthy snacks
  • Dance team
  • Performance artists
  • London’s finest DJs
  • A banging dance floor
  • Dressing up to sweat!
  • An awesome music & entertainment line up

DJs and musicians taking part this weekend include the fabulous Freestylers, DJ Neev (Kiss FM), Pathaan (Globetronica); dance and performance routines from The Fabulous Unicorns, The Artful Badger, Hula Hoopers; live drumming; and Lady MC as the motivating vocalist.

Get in quick to get your last chance tickets – these cost £17.50 (+ service fee) and can be booked online at mgweekend02.bpt.me.

For more on Morning Gloryville check them out on Twitter on Facebook. And do be sure to take a look at this video to see the goings on at the last Morning Gloryville event!

Saturday mornings are the new Friday night!

Morning Gloryville
9am – 1pm, Saturday 25th July 2015 & the last Saturday of the month
Mode
12 Acklam Road
W10 5QZ

Come along to Golborne Road, W10 this Sunday 19th July which will see Kensington and Chelsea College take part in this exciting, family friendly festival from 12pm to 6pm.

As part of the festival, Kensington and Chelsea College will be giving everyone the opportunity to get hands-on experience of working with clay. Their expert tutors will be present to guide you through your ideas, as well as helping you to sculpt your own piece of work.

Goldborne Road Festival

The college will then fire your work FREE of charge and you can collect it from their lively Kensington campus on Wornington Road, London W10 5QQ on Tuesday 4 August at 12:30pm.

If you get a taste for creating, the college also offers a great range of pottery and ceramics courses from introductory to advanced level. Their workshops are equipped with specialist tools and equipment including wheels, spray equipment, a variety of kilns, clays, slips and glazes.

For more information on Kensington and Chelsea College, visit www.kcc.ac.uk.

To find out more about the Golborne Road Festival visit www.golbornelife.co.uk.

Golborne Road Festival
12pm – 6pm, Sunday 19th July 2015

Featuring 10 bouts (5 x safety, 5 x full contact), this charity fight night is being held in aid of The Dalgarno Trust, a local community development organisation. The first event of this type for the charity, this promises to be an enthralling night of white collar boxing between local boxing clubs (Stonebridge Boxing Gym, Kings Urban Boxing Gym, Gym Box and Star Gym) and some of the best athletes in the area.

The Dalgarno Trust delivers a wide variety of services in the local community that help health; children, youth & family; enterprise; community engagement & education; and learning & employment. Through a range of services and activities that offer education, employment and training opportunities, they enable people from diverse backgrounds to change their lives, fulfil their potential and break the cycle of poverty, ill health and deprivation. They also seek to create strong, inclusive and active neighbourhoods and to develop long-term, sustainable communities through social enterprises, small business and entrepreneurial activities.

Charity Fight Night in aid of The Dalgarno Trust

Advance tickets for the Charity Fight Night cost £25 (£15 concessions) or £45 for VIP tickets. On the door, tickets will be priced at £35 (£25 concessions) or £65 for VIP tickets. VIP tickets include entry to the VIP area, 2 free drinks, waitress service, and free raffle entry to win signed photos and boxing gloves.

Call 020 3286 0496 for more information, or head to www.dalgarnotrust.org.uk/news/132/110/Boxing-Event-The-Dalgarno-Trust to book tickets online.

Charity Fight Night
7pm – 11pm, 11th July 2015 (doors open 5.30pm)
Dalgarno Community Centre
1 Webb Close,
Dalgarno Way
W10 5QB
www.dalgarnotrust.org.uk

Anita Bott of Anita’s Vintage Fashion Fairs and Clemmie Myers of Lime Green Bow are hosting a unique shopping experience at the 20th Century Theatre in Notting Hill this Sunday, 24th May – The Way We Wear fashion fair.

The Way We Wear Shopping EventMixing high-end vintage designer pieces with handpicked contemporary clothing and accessories, over 20 exhibitors will be selling items from the 1920s right through to the present day. These will include a selection of womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, antique clothing, retro pieces, high end second hand fashion, old books and textiles. This exclusive, specially curated event will be the perfect place for you to pick up clothes and accessories throughout the eras to compliment your own unique style – and it’s sure to be an event that everyone will enjoy!

Entry is £5 before 11.30am and £3 after 11.30am (students & over 60s free with ID card).

There will be a free glass of prosecco with every purchase of £30 and above!

Homemade cakes, handmade sandwiches, salads and refreshments will also be available on the day.

The Way We Wear
11am – 5pm, Sunday 24th May 2015
The 20th Century Theatre
291 Westbourne Grove
W11 2QA

The Way We Wear Shopping Event

The Way We Wear Shopping Event