London’s best in street food, drink, music, entertainment and art
By Megan Lawrenson
Just off Notting Hill’s famous Portobello Road lies a hidden gem, a real treat for the senses: The Acklam Village Market. Wander amongst the masses of international food stalls inhaling the inviting smells of authentic, traditional recipes from all over the world. Soak up the sunshine in the outdoor seating area or why not pop inside and pay a visit to the Fuller’s bar. With a vast selection of cocktails as well as unique micro-beers and ales, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Inside is where you’ll find the main attraction; each and every weekend you’ll uncover something different! From street entertainment and dance troupes, to the very best in live music from jazz to blues, to rock and roll, and art displays from local creatives there’s sure to be something to suit even the most particular of tastes. To find out about all the upcoming FREE events at the Acklam Village Market, check out the online listings here.
The Acklam Village Market is open all year round and, being a HEATED and COVERED semi-open space, it’s just right to sit in no matter the weather conditions. Perfect for the typically unpredictable British summer!
With free live performances every hour, on the hour from 12pm – 6pm each Saturday there’s plenty going on to fill your weekend. Why not bring the family along as well, children are most welcome plus, Acklam Village is dog friendly too!
Forthcoming Event 14 November
12.00pm – 12.45pm – Sophie Hammill
1.00pm – 1.45pm – Heir of the Dog
2.00pm – 2.45pm – Crow Jane
3.00pm – 3.45pm – WhoIsThisCraig?
4.00pm – 4.45pm – Manistone
5.00pm – 5.45pm – Melvin Ashong
What: Free live music every weekend at the Acklam Village Market
When: every Saturday from 12pm – 6pm
Address: 4 – 8 Acklam Road, W10 5TY London, United Kingdom
Travel Links: Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill Gate and Westbourne Grove tubes, all within walking distance
A bit about Megan
Megan Lawrenson, is a young music enthusiast hailing from Manchester. In love with the big city she now lives in, Megan spends her time reviewing gigs, exploring London and satisfying her recent coffee addiction.