Posts Tagged ‘shoreditch’

Well apparently it’s summer – or at least it was, for a week. Anyway, on the basis that it may get warm again, and in conjunction with Folu from Macmillan Cancer Support, Shoreditch Twit – N1 and E2’s most popular tweetup – is heading outside… and to a time slot that we’re not really used to… […]

Piazza e mia!


Just when I was saying there are so many networking events to go to, turns out there’s one on the day of the next Shoreditch Twit. The LinkedInLondon meetup group has arranged the oddly named Aperitweat on 15th April… shock horror! But…… it’s being held at Al Volo, just 100 yards from The Big Chill […]

Well East London’s favourite tweet-up has come a long way. Shoreditch Twit #6 on  3rd March saw over 100 people crammed into Austin Gallery for wine, beer, music and bagels, the last of which were generously supplied by Steve Kennedy. Steve didn’t get an interview before the event, so here’s some more about him for […]

What an event, what an achievement, what a team of stars. I am, of course, talking about Twestival. There’s still no final figure for money raised, but it was a tremendous success all in all, and a wonderful demonstration of how Twitter can bring people together for good. So what now? “Where’s my next Twitter […]

“I said you wanna be startin’ somethin’ You got to be startin’ somethin’ I said you wanna be startin’ somethin’ You got to be startin’ somethin’” So said Michael Jackson at some point. Anyway, it seems as if holding Twitter meetups in Shoreditch has hit the mainstream. It was announced this week that London’s next iteration […]

A far cry from the sweating, shouting crowds of the Twestival, E2’s very own Twitter meetup takes a very different approach to the concept. The Shoreditch Twit is an informal gathering of Twitter folk… there certainly won’t be any karaoke, or free drinks unless you get there and it’s my round. Anyway, here are 10 things you should know […]

I don’t make any claims to be a Hoxton trendy, but this clip from Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show and loved how close it is to the experience of walking around my neighbourhood. Not that I’m knocking the indie “scene”, but love that Ms Brand shows them not to take themselves to seriously.