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London Cocktail Week 2020

Date: 1 October – 31 October

Time: All Day (until 10pm)

Venue: Participating partner venues

London Cocktail Week (or month) is an enormous celebration of our capital’s fantastic cocktail scene and the biggest event of it’s kind in the world.

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The Tuesday Cocktail Society at The Stratford – an evening with Cadello 88 & Roberto Deiana

Date: Tuesday 13 October

Time: 7.00pm – 10.00pm

Venue: Mezzanine at The Stratford, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 20 International Way, London E20 1FD

An evening with Cadello 88 & Roberto Deiana

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The Tuesday Cocktail Society at The Stratford – an evening with Redbreast & Powers Irish Whiskey, and guest bartender, Ronan Collins

Date: Tuesday 20 October

Time: 7.00pm – 10.00pm 

Venue: Mezzanine at The Stratford, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 20 International Way, London E20 1FD

An evening with Redbreast & Powers Irish Whiskey, and guest bartender, Ronan Collins

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – A feast for the eyes, with Felicity Cloake

Date: Monday 26 October

Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: Online (You will be sent a webinar link on the day of the masterclass)

Join Felicity Cloake for an engaging and interactive seminar on the recipe for great food writing, how these ingredients can be incorporated into your own work and how to create a connection with readers.

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The Tuesday Cocktail Society at The Stratford – an evening with Rémy Martin & Jack Charlton

Date: Tuesday 27 October

Time: 7.00pm – 10.00pm 

Venue: Mezzanine at The Stratford, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 20 International Way, London E20 1FD

An evening with Rémy Martin & Jack Charlton

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – Finding your voice in food media, with Zoe Adjonyoh

Date: Monday 16 November

Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: Online (You will be sent a webinar link on the day of the masterclass)

Join Zoe Adjonyoh to learn how an appreciation of the power of story, authenticity and structured narrative can help you find your tribe and grow you and your food business faster.

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – Recipes for life: meaning and purpose on a plate, with Julian Baggini

Date: Monday 18 January

Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: Online (You will be sent a webinar link on the day of the masterclass)

Join Julian Baggini for a philosophical exploration of finding purpose and direction in professional life. In a sector where work is often hard, precarious and not perceived to be of high status, a clear sense of what gives our careers value is especially important.

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – Building a career in food journalism, with Karen Barnes

Date: Monday 1 February

Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: Online (You will be sent a webinar link on the day of the masterclass)

Join Karen Barnes, Editor of the hugely popular Delicious magazine, to learn how to build a career in food journalism.

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – Thinking things through: Getting your career on track, with Jean Roberts

Date: Saturday 20 February

Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Venue: Central London Location tbc

Jean Roberts presents a Masterclass to help you get back on track if you are facing change and uncertainty in your professional life.

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The Oxford Cultural Collective – Writing from the inside: Avoiding implicit bias, with Lolis Eric Elie

Date: Monday 1 March

Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: Online (You will be sent a webinar link on the day of the masterclass)

Join Lolis Eric Elie as he explores ways in which cultural biases and assumptions can rob a writer of the ability to write sympathetically, insightfully and accurately about other cultures.

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London Cocktail Week 2020

1 October 2020 12:00 am - 31 October 2020 10:00 pm London

The UK’s drinks industry has united to ensure the world’s biggest city-wide cocktail festival will go ahead in 2020 for the entire month of October – with a pledge to support the London on-trade. COVID-19 has had a crippling effect on the London hospitality scene over the last few months, and the festival’s founders felt it imperative to adapt the mission of London Cocktail Week to support the industry. The Cocktail Village will not run in 2020 and instead all efforts will be focused on driving much needed revenue to the partnering venues – the majority of which are small owner-operated businesses hard hit by the pandemic.

London Cocktail Week (or month) is an enormous celebration of our capital’s fantastic cocktail scene and the biggest event of it’s kind in the world with £6 signature cocktails and immersive experiences in hundreds of the best bars in the city! The self-guided Cocktail Tours can be taken at your own pace and are fully compliant with the new government guidelines. All participating venues are strictly sticking to policy and so wearing a London Cocktail Week wristband gives you a full month of ‘something to do’ safely, whilst exploring the very best of London’s unrivalled cocktail scene – albeit with a slightly earlier finish.

It get’s even better too… the London Cocktail Week team are offering free wristbands for those who work in the trade – view the registration page here.

If you don’t qualify for a trade wristband do not fear, anyone can buy a wristband for just £15 for the whole month or alternatively buy 6 and only pay for 5. The perfect way to stick to Boris’ new rules!

Date: 1 October – 31 October

Time: All Day (until 10pm)

Venue: Participating partner venues

The safety of our members is of the utmost importance. All CODE partner venues have confirmed that they are complying with the hygiene and social distancing measures implemented by the government.

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