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Meet outside University House


Friday 11 June 2021


3:30pm - 5pm


About the event

Just a short walk from campus sits the iconic Brick Lane. The area is now extremely popular with London’s edgy and artistic crowd, featuring galleries, restaurants, markets and festivals throughout the year. Join CUSU as we explore the insta-worthy area, find some unique items at the Vintage Market and tuck in to some great street food.

Vintage specialists from across the UK and Europe take part to display their wares at Brick Lane Vintage Market at The Truman Brewery. Boutiques sellings clothes from as far back as the 1920s that cover every decade up to the 90s. Whether its glam fur coats, feather capes, vintage bridal wear, men's suits, vinyl records or distinctive accessories, there are bound to be some exciting discoveries to be made for everyone. 

In line with Government guidance, this event has a strict capacity. To ensure the safety of yourself and others, we require you to hold a ticket to attend. Please purchase your free ticket prior to the event.

If you are unable to purchase a ticket but would like to attend this tour, please email 


Covid-19 Safety:

During the tour we request that you be willing to wear a face mask unless exempt, follow NHS test and trace procedures at all venues and advise that you carry hand sanitizer to use frequently on the tour. 

Before leaving the house, you should check they do not have a high temperature, do not have a persistent cough, have not lost your sense of taste and/or smell, have not been in  contact with a person with suspected COVID-19 within the past 48 hours and have not been advised to self-isolate as per NHS guidance. If you are shielding or living with anyone that is either high risk or shielding we ask that you do not attend this event. 

Following University procedure around COVID testing we request that you are testing twice weekly, 3 days apart if visiting campus regularly, once a week prior to campus visit if not regularly. Testing should either be using home-kits, or on campus. If test results are ‘positive’, the participants are requested to follow NHS advice and guidance. 

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