Five things to see in March

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

BRICK LANE throbs at week­ends with lo­cals, vis­i­tors, vi­brant mar­kets, new restau­rants, street food and buskers. An added draw is this quar­terly mar­ket, with 50 care­fully cho­sen de­sign­ers sell­ing their best stuff in the at­mo­spheric brick cav­erns of The Old Tru­man Brew­ery.

New grad­u­ate Nia Rist will bring her hand­printed tex­tiles and lamp shades from South Wales, in­clud­ing Bow cush­ion, £30, and Dotty lamp­shade, £50, left. Matt Gil­bert pre­ci­sio­nengi­neers in­ge­nious con­certina-like “fold-flat” lamps in an east Lon­don stu­dio. Fine art grad­u­ate Lilly Man­darano launched her Su­per Spar­row brand a year ago, hand­build­ing and glaz­ing clay into strik­ing min­i­mal­ist shapes for table­ware and kitchen­ware. Live mu­sic is by folk­fu­sion band Lost Trav­ellers.

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