Wahaca’s top picks: September

How did it change from a hot summer to sharp autumn? Don’t worry… we have some fab suggestions to keep the Mexican heat going this September:

 

PARTY: Mexican Independence Day FIesta, 15th of September 7-11pm, Wahaca Soho’s Azuluito Bar. FREE

Every 15th of September Mexico takes on to the streets to party and celebrate independence with street food and tequila, do we need to say more?

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ART: Shaped in Mexico, 4th to 12th of September. Bargehouse, Oxo Tower, London FREE

Returning to London for its second edition, presents a contemporary art exhibition that brings together over 150 works by 32 international artists working across painting, drawing, video, photography, performance, sculpture, and installation in an exploration into contemporary art from, and influenced by, Mexico.

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Photo: Roger Alarcon Photography

 

FOOD: Wahaca Manchester and DF/Mexico Tottenham Court Road open

The first Wahaca in the North of England opens in Manchester on the 10th of September and our cheeky little brother DF/Mexico hits Noho in London on 17th of September with the tastiest NYC tortas, tacos and boards in town.,

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DF/Mexico Tottenham Coart Road

 

TEQUILA & MEZCAL: Tequila & Mezcal Fest 2015, 19th and 20th of September, Spitafields Market, London. £15

Love Tequila? here is your chance to learn and try tequilas from across Mexico, talk to producers, take a masterclass and grab a bite of Mexican food.

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FILM: Raindance Film Festival, 23rd September- 4th of October. London

Raindance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in Europe, once again presents outstanding Mexican cinema this year with 7 feature films and 3 shorts. Another Mexican highlight is the masterclass by acclaimed Mexican screenwriter (21 grams, Amores Perros, Babel) Guillermo Arriaga. Wahaca is a proud partner of Raindance.

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