vnThe Old Truman Brewery’s iconic Boiler House venue will play host to ‘Vegan Nights’ on 28th September,  a brand new vegan market brought to you by Truman Markets. Nestled in East London’s creative quarter, ‘Vegan Nights’ will allow foodies to delve into plant-based food and drinks alongside DJ sets plus a magazine launch with Bright Zine. Grime music’s favourite CookDaily will takeover with 100% cruelty free comfort food with further appearances from London’s beloved vegan street food traders including Spice Box, Temple of Seitan, Biff’s Jack Shack, Eat Chay and many more. Entry is free and for further information please visit here.

CookDaily, run by King Cook, opened in 2015 with no more than couple of seats and a passion for vegan cooking. Bringing his Laotian heritage to the menu and music industry inroads with JME, Skepta and more amongst the fans, CookDaily’s incredible offerings led the The Guardian to dub him “the chef who’s getting young Londoners to love vegan food”.

Alongside King and CookDaily, attendees can expect flavour explosions from London’s best, featuring Biff’s Jack Shack, vegan fast food fried chicken-shop pioneers Temple of Seitan, vegan doner kebabs What The Pitta plus the trail-blaizing Indian cuisine from Spice Box and many more prized traders cooking plant based burgers, bowls and cakes and much more.

DJ sets come courtest of #VGANG from Ethics with a wealth of vegan beers and cocktails on offer to get the party started. Meanwhile ‘Vegan Nights’ will showcase the latest issue of plant based culture staple  Bright Zine, an ethical zine for ethical people, with the Vegan Queens behind the mag will be hanging out and chatting vegan living throughout the evening.


Opened in the early 2000’s, Truman Markets have become a destination for East London vintage lovers, foodies and artisans with 7 markets open every weekend. Home to 350+ traders selling specialised arts & crafts, international cuisine, pieces by edgy designers, a wide selection of vintage fashion plus many creations by London based artisans. These established markets offer every visitor the chance to experience the real charm of East London and the surrounding area.

Temple of Seitan | Pomodoro e Basilico | Vida Bakery | Eat Chay | Ethiopiques | Young Vegans | Spice Box | Biff’s Jack Shack | Jakes Vegan Steaks | Joey’s Kitchen | MylkMan | Lazy Boy | Little Leaf Food | Rupert Street | ChicP | Vegan Delice | Organic Livity | Cake+Cucumber | Black Mylk | The Sunny Spoon | What the Pitta | Arancini Brothers

Bright Zine is made and run by vegans, for vegans. Printed in the UK onto recycled paper, with as small a carbon footprint as possible. The Zine launched in September 2016 with the release of issue one, and since then they have hosted creative workshops at Vevolution Festival and Lush Oxford Street, with more planned throughout 2017.

ETHCS is different. None of the bad. Just the good stuff. Playful, ethical activism where everyone wins. Founded by Tim Shieff, ETHCS is an Ethical vegan lifestyle brand bringing your vegan streetwear and recipes.


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