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We're inspired by craftsmanship and its place in today's culture. While we get ready to welcome you to The Pilgrm, we'd like to share a few stories of compelling makers and places in our Journal. Stay in touch and we promise we will too.
ENOUGH POSTPONING. Get the dress out the wardrobe, the tie out the drawer and the invites sent out as weddings are back and we’ve been working hard to make sure we can offer you an unforgettable after-party!Read on >
This January, we welcome the much-loved chef Imad Alarnab to The Pilgrm to bring you a very special Syrian feast in support of refugee charity, Choose Love.Read on >
This July, join us at The Pilgrm for our first ever Family Kitchen evening. We'll be cooking up a Greek feast in aid of Evelina London Children’s Hospital for one night only. Spaces are very limited so be quick!Read on >
Purpose and cause are two words we keep hearing about in popular culture. Brands are leading the way by championing different causes by inspiring, raising awareness and creating affinity - and on occasion contributing to a shift in society. But just where did this trend come from and what does it really mean?Read on >
We're back with another unmissable evening of music, magnums and a specially-created menu, offering guests an exclusive chance to try bottles at accessible prices. After our last UNFILTERED at The Pilgrm, we know that this is going to be a very special evening...Read on >
Playing her Friday night best from disco, nu-disco, classic house, 80s electro, soul, funk, reggae, old school hip hop and R&B. Lulu Levan is resident DJ at The Electric, Groucho and House of St Barnabas - she’ll also be joined by a special guest.Read on >
Paddington Bear, hip markets, the Carnival and penicillin are all important West London hallmarks. But today, thanks to captains of industry, the local boroughs are known for a whole lot more. In part due to neighbourhood staples and newcomers’ interests spanning across fitness, dining and co-working, the area has a new life and a revived love affair with popular culture.Read on >
Join us for an evening of talk. With arts and crafts’ role in reimagining old and new neighbourhoods, along with the role of ‘place’ becoming increasingly more prevalent, we ask why?Read on >
We’ve a line-up of events promising everything from live music to thought-provoking talks, as well as neighbourhood gatherings, but most importantly - everyone is invited. So if you’re in town please let us know and book your space.Read on >
What role does or should the built environment play in connecting, harmonising and supporting communities? We'll hear from some of the leading names in architecture along with place-makers of community to better understand the role that architecture is expected to play in today's world.Read on >
The British Craft Pavilion returns for another year this 21–24 September. It is in collaboration with and curated by Hole & Corner, the quarterly magazine dedicated to stories of craft, beauty, passion and skill. Taking place at the London Design Fair at Old Truman Brewery, the Pavilion promises to be grander in its second year.Read on >
Our guests can always expect the warmest of welcomes and a most comfortable stay. Should you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to reach out to our friendly team via firstname.lastname@example.org.Click here to find out more