Weekender: Chang beer, Hackney Wonderland, Airbnb

This weekend Chang beer bring an experiential playground to London, Hackney Wonderland festival takes over London's music venues and Airbnb teams up with Mark Ronson to stage a sleepover at Abbey Road Studios

Weekender: Chang beer bring multi-sensory playground to London
Weekender: Chang beer bring multi-sensory playground to London

Chang Beer bring multi-sensory playground to London

Having already brought the Chang Sensory Trails World Tour to Singapore and LA, the Thai beer brand is now bringing its experiential playground to London's Spitalfields Market. The playground aims to capture the memories which surround iconic Thai flavours, and is set to include live music, performance street art and Thai cuisine. Food will be provided by celebrity chef and Thai culinary ambassador, Jet Tila, who will be creating his own personalised menu for the event, and London's local Thai restaurants will also be getting involved. Australian DJ Luke Sorensen will be providing music, whilst street art will be performed courtesy of Squirl.

When: 14 October

Where: London, Spitalfields Market

Hackney Wonderland festival takes over London music venues

Hackney Wonderland festival returns for its third year to London this weekend, in partnership with Jack Daniels and Spotify. The festival will take over five East London music venues - Oval Space, Mangle, London Fields Brewery, The Pickle Factory and Sebright Arms. Guests can buy a ticket for the weekend event, which will then be exchanged for a wrist-band that allows them access to all five venues to see as many bands as they want. There will be performances from indie four-piece Mystery Jets, American duo We Are Scientists and acoustic solo-artist Lucy Rose, as well as many more. 

When: 15-16 October

Where: Hackney, London

Airbnb and Mark Ronson host Abbey Road Studios sleepover

Online accommodation provider Airbnb is offering one person and three of their friends the opportunity to attend a sleepover at Abbey Road Studios with producer, DJ and songwriter Mark Ronson. The studios have previously payed host to iconic bands and artists such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson. The experience will be entirely immersive as the lucky guests will be given the chance to play The Beatles' piano - used on The White Album - and will also be able to attempt their own mixes on the world's largest mixing desk. Ronson will greet the four visitors, before taking them on a tour of the studios, sharing his own production tips and helping them record their own track. 

When: 15 October

Where: Abbey Road Studios, London

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