There’s A Huge Vegan Fest With TED-Style Talks And Street Food Coming To London

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So you already know about Thursday’s all-vegan food fest on Brick Lane. But there’s more to come this weekend!

Prepare to raise your veganitude level to ‘Expert’ at Vevolution on November , Saturday 25, providing both vegans and the merely plant-curious with yummy street food and thought-provoking workshops.

The festival itself won’t be a Glastonbury-type of affair, but instead takes place at The Royal Institution in Mayfair, for a day of TED-style talks, discussion panels, workshops to get those creative juices flowing and of course, lots of delicious street food.

Each guest will be treated to a complimentary sample breakfast and a tote bag stuffed with vegan treats – who doesn’t love a freebie, right?

Workshops will span from YouTube to zine making and some of the special guest speakers include Lucy Watson, Meriel Armitage (the founder of Club Mexicana) and Matthew Glover, the co-founder of Veganuary.

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The banging street food for the day comes courtesy of famous stalls such as Young Vegans with their ridiculously good looking pies, Club Mexicana with those ‘cheeze’ sticks, One Planet Pizza and Pomodoro E Basilico.

Other snacks and extras throughout the day will be provided by a whole host of other food stalls such as Ethos Foods and RAWsome, to name a few.

Early bird tickets have already sold out, but you can still nab your tickets here. Find out more on the Vevolution website.

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Morgan Cormack

Morgan Cormack

A born and bred East Londoner, Morgan tends to split her time strolling around food markets, being squished in London crowds due to her small stature or trying to firmly define the term "trendy". Essentially, a part time writer but a full time food lover.