THE LONDON EDITION X THE EARTH ISSUE MAGAZINE EARTH WEEK FESTIVAL
15TH – 22ND APRIL 2019
In celebration of the momentous Earth Day 2019, The London EDITION has teamed up with The Earth Issue Magazine to program a week of activities and events, launching today with the unveiling of a site-specific installation by celebrated Indian artist Svabhu Kohli.
The week will continue with an impressive rota of panel discussions, workshops and wellness events all centred around the idea of environment and sustainability. In the lead up to the actual Earth Day on 22nd April, Kohli’s stylised installation will also remain around the glass cube entrance to the hotel’s Lobby Bar for the next week, a display of flora and fauna offering a dreamy glimpse into the artist’s love of nature and imaginative approach to art. The impressive piece of artwork is formed using a sustainable alternative to vinyl made from polypropylene film, which is PVC free and can be fully recycled.
If you want to do your little bit to help contribute the sustainability cause, then swing by the hotel bar to try their special Earth Week Cocktail, with £2 from each drink sold donated to Project 0, the hotel’s ocean conservation partner.
Monday 15th April
PRIVATE VIEW AND UNVEILING OF ARTWORK BY SVABHU KOHLI | 6pm until 9pm
Tuesday 16th April
FORAGED COCKTAIL MAKING WITH TOTALLY WILD AND BUNDLE DYE TOTE BAG MAKING WITH ARTIST MAY HANDS | 6:30pm until 8:30pm
Thursday 18th April
YOU ARE WHAT YOU WEAR WITH KATHERINE HAMNETT, CORA HILTS, & SARA ARNOLD | 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Monday 22nd April
WELLNESS DAY WITH LANI ROCILLO | Sessions available from 11am until 3pm
KUNDALINI YOGA AND SOUND MEDICINE | 11am until 12:30pm
SURROUND GONGS IMMERSION CLASS | 1PM UNTIL 2:30PM
DREAM WEAVING WITH SACRED CACAO | 3pm until 4:30pm
THE EARTH ISSUE EARTH DAY PARTY | 8pm until 11:45pm
For more information and tickets for all events please visit: www.editionhotels.com/london/events
Address: The London Edition hotel, 10 Berners St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3NP
Written by Jordan Crowley | Photography by Sharon Matarazzo