Jewellery company Tatty Devine is set to host necklace making workshops, which are suitable for private parties and events, as well as team building days.
Budding bakers will be able to head over to event supplier Daisy Brydon Creations, where Brydon will be on hand to teach participants how to create summer-themed cake decorations.
The event space will include a social media wall from Tweetwallpro in association with Dancing on Stars, which will relay Twitter posts and updates in real time to exhibitors and attendees.
Late Night London will be getting attendees and exhibitors in the summer spirit with its themed cocktails served from a bar located within a conservatory structure created by Mar-key Group.
Story's Sarah Kay will lead a seminar on creative trends for summer events, Venue Search London is set to deliver a session covering the top 10 new event venues in London, and there will be a panel session that covers ROI for events, led by Will Broome.
Kerb’s new managing director, Simon Mitchell told Event he is set to deliver a talk on 2016 trends at the show.
More than 600 visitors are expected to attend the two-day event, which this year moves to Merchant Taylors’ Hall. Event registration is free and last minute registrations are still being accepted.
Dominique Gill, director, London Summer Event Show, said: "We are once again delivering a range of hands-on experiences, educational and informative show talks to complement the core exhibitors and to ensure that we continue to engage both agency and corporate visitors attending next week’s show."