Four experiential events to watch this week

Experiential events happening this week include a one-day only pop-up pub by Tom Kerridge and the last chance to visit Pantone's multicoloured café.

Guests are promised surprises as they work their way around the croquet lawn
Guests are promised surprises as they work their way around the croquet lawn

Chambord’s Chapter Eight Games

French liquer brand Chambord is hosting its Alice in Wonderland inspired croquet games at roof terrace venue Proof, in east London. Guests can book to play 30 minutes of croquet and enjoy a Chambord-inspired cocktail bar, burgers from Le Bun and interior design from local art directors, Benny and Tom.

Where: Proof, Field Works, Martello Street, London, E8 3PE

When: 10 to 13 September

Greene King IPA and Tom Kerridge’s pop-up pub

Pub retailer and brewer Greene King will host a one-day only event with chef Tom Kerridge to promote its variety of products. Kerridge will take over The Crabtree pub in Fulham and serve guests gastro-pub style food bites and two free pints of Greene King IPA.

Where: The Crabtree, Rainville Road, Fulham, London, W6 9HA

When: 11 September

Anya Hindmarch’s petrol station installation

Accessory brand Anya Hindmarch will launch a pop-up installation in the car park of Selfridges to promote the brand’s autumn collection. Hindmarch was inspired by the M25 for the collection, which features graphics signage like chevrons and road signs.

Where: Level 3 car park, Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB

When: 11 to 14 September

Pantone’s multicoloured Monaco café

Colour company, Pantone’s pop-up summer café in Monaco is entering its final week. Guests are able to enjoy food and drink items such as eclairs, cold pressed juices, salads and granitas, branded with Pantone’s colour system.

Where: Grimaldi Forum Monaco, 10 Avenue Princesse Grace, 98000, Monaco

When: Until 9 September


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