Five things to see in June

Evening Standard - West End Final Extra - ES Homes and Property - - Events - By Bar­bara Chan­dler


Un­til June 18, Waltham­stow (e17art­trail. ON A theme of full STEAM ahead, as in school sub­jects Science, Tech­nol­ogy, Engi­neer­ing, Art and Maths, 7,000 ex­hibitors/per­form­ers on the Art Trail in­clude po­ets, pain­ters, sculp­tors, choirs, de­sign­ers and dancers, with shows and work­shops in stu­dios, pubs, parks and cafés. Put on a Ma­tronix hel­met, be­low, by Face In­vader artist Re­becca Ward for an au­dio­vi­sual trip (Winns Gallery, E17; face-in­ THORN­TON KAYE founded the Salvo deal­ers net­work in 1991 and the sell­ing fair is still fam­ily-run. Re­claimed build­ing ma­te­ri­als are big busi­ness to­day, as are in­dus­trial an­tiques and vin­tage pieces such as this For­ties Peu­geot cof­fee grinder, right, from Sug­den and Daugh­ters. This year’s event is billed as a Green Liv­ing Fest. Up to 80 top Bri­tish and Euro­pean deal­ers will be on the 10-acre deer park of Sir Wil­liam McAlpine, him­self a sal­vage col­lec­tor/ trader. Ex­plore his “Iron­henge”, made from old St Pan­cras sta­tion col­umns, ride a steam train, try a zero-waste eatery and browse “eth­i­cal” food and home­wares stalls.

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