LONDON, UK – Nescafé Azera has teamed up with Time Out London to encourage Londoners to stay curious this summer. Four days of events last week saw space inside the Old Truman Brewery in London transformed into a colourful hub for the city’s buzzing creative talent.
There was a programme packed with morning yoga sessions with a twist, afternoon talks for inquisitive minds, as well as alternative performances and parties in the evenings. The ticket for each session included a Nescafé Azera based drink: coffees in the morning and during the day, and bespoke coffee cocktails and mocktails in the evenings.
Inspiring curiosity every step of the way, events includee Neon Life drawing, Hip Hop Karaoke, and a coffee-inspired workshop from confectionery maestros Smith & Sinclair. There were yoga classes on offer with a boxing twist from BoxingYoga. Indie Flix showed some of the world’s finest short films and there was a party hosted by Subpac, a revolutionary company bringing wearable audio hardware that enables people to actually ‘feel’ sound throughout their body.
Rebecca Marshall, Nescafé Azera Brand Manager, said: “Nescafé Azera is on a journey to inspire and champion curiosity with our audience. We fundamentally believe that curious people reap the best rewards in life, feeling more connected with the world and to each other and we know that our coffee can help facilitate this. Which is why at Nescafé Azera we are passionate about new tastes, experiences, and ideas. So working with Time Out to reignite Londoners’ love of the unknown felt like the perfect partnership. At the Old Truman Brewery, we’ll bring that little extra spark to visitors’ daily life with a calendar packed with extraordinary experiences from Neon Life Drawing to Subpac disco, accompanied by Nescafé Azera coffee.”