Weekend Events to consider (6th May)

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Looking for something to do this weekend in London? Jo Golding has some ideas for you.
Real Food Festival

5th – 8th May 2011, Earls Court

Get yourself down to Earls Court this weekend and indulge in food heaven that awaits you! You’ll be able to savour the smells, taste samples and treat yourself to some of the best foods on offer. There’ll even be demonstrations including how to grown your own food and sheep sheering… just in case you want to know how it’s done! Jamie Oliver is also using the festival to launch his new fine food range, Jme – make sure you enter the prize draw to win some of his goodies!

http://www.realfoodfestival.co.uk/index.php/festivals/real-food-festival-2011

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Travel Photographer of the Year Exhibition

Sunday 8th May 10am-4pm, Royal Geographical Society, Kensington

From Thursday 5th May to 10th June the Royal Geographical Society will be showcasing the best images from the International Travel Photographer of the Year awards. Although the exhibition is normally only open on weekdays, this Sunday is one of the exeptions so roll on down to Knightsbridge and get inspired!

http://www.rgs.org

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Tea and Coffee Festival

6th – 8th May, Southbank

Looking for your next caffeine kick? Come along to the Southbank and celebrate all things tea and coffee-related. There’ll be your regular beverages, flavoured cocktails, fudges and cheesecakes to name but a few. Perfect for anyone mooching around the river and enjoying the sunshine.

http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/tickets/tea-coffee-festival-1000129

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Digital Shoreditch

3rd – 7th May, Shoreditch, Clerkenwell and Brick Lane

This festival celebrates the creative world and London’s booming digital community. You don’t have to be a pro to attend any of the events, just come along, meet some like-mined people and let your creative flair take flight. Check out their website for events, times and locations.

http://digitalshoreditch.com/about-2/