Vegan Nights are returning to The Old Truman Brewery on 5th April and 3rd May, so you can expect another action-packed evening with ‘old’ favourite like Arancini Brothers, Omni Collective, Vegan Delice and many more.
Vegan Nights is the place to be for foodies to dive into plant-based food and drink
It’s only back in September that 3000 people flocked to The Old Truman Brewery, with 23 traders to choose from and a fine selection of vegan beers and cocktails to enjoy.

However, in some ways, it could be seen as a victim of their own success, as it helped kick-start a vegan revolution in London, and now it’s much easier to pick-up great vegan food.

But then there’s something special about coming together with like-minded people in the heart of London that’s hard to ignore.

Expect devilishly indulgent baked goods from  Cupcakes and Shhht,  authentic Japanese vegan bento from Hai Dozo and juicy burgers from Mooshies.

CookDaily returns again hot on the heels of his successful vegan dish collaboration with Wagamama. It also turns out CookDaily’s is a grime artist and his music industry inroads keep growing with JME, Skepta. The Guardian to dub him “the chef who’s getting young Londoners to love vegan food”.

This list of traders keeps giving with vegan junk food pioneer Pig Out on hand to feed the masses alongside another plant-based favourite Omni Collective. Love pizza then you’ll likely love Little Leaf Food. While Patty & Bun ditches the beef for their brand new perfectly named vegan burger, The Whoopi Goldburger.
Vegan hot dogs
It’s Vegan we promise!

This time they’ll also be retail offerings from lifestyle brands BrightZine, Self Care Co, NINI Organics, and ethical vegan clothing company – Ethcs, which is co-owned by Tim Shieff, who to again quote the Guardian has “appeared on TV shows American and UK Ninja Warrior, and MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge. He’s famous in the free-running community for his one-armed handstand. And he’s been known to scale buildings in London in the name of activism.”

Last but not least is my personal favourite, SpiceBox who will be taking over one of the spaces at April’s Vegan Nights with DJ sets from Melody Kane, Nadine Artois from Pxssy Palace and more TBC.
More importantly, there will be a chance to show off your vocals at SpiceBox’s exclusive Curry-aoke, where you’ll be able to sing along to their favourite hits in a private vintage caravan whilst enjoying a side of delicious vegan Indian food.
Thursday 5th April and 3rd May – 5-11pm
Tickets a steal at £5pp: Get yours here
93 Feet East 150 Brick Lane E1 6QL
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