Pop-ups have become a bit like a rash over the past couple of years spreading across London at an infectious rate. That’s not to say they should be avoided (like the plague), often they’re great fun and manage to combine many of our favourite things. This Sunday December 16 (12-4pm,) it’s the turn of Feed&Read, a café-cum-shop making its first appearance at Bearspace Gallery in Deptford. Armed with a smattering of literary-themed gifts, cakes and cards, the aim of this pop-up is simple: to get people to engage with what they consume, whether that means thinking about how to live more sustainably or demonstrating how a vegetable can be used for more than a roast dinner. Along with the ethically-produced grub and handmade crafts, there’ll be a second-hand book shop-and-swap (any book for £1.50, or free if you bring one to exchange), all of which ensures you’ll be able to broaden your mind as well as your waistline.
For info, see feedandreadlondon.wordpress.com.