Making the Most of Shoreditch

Making the Most of Shoreditch

With Shoreditch’s wide range of shops, culture and food, the M by Montcalm Shoreditch London tech city is aptly located to give guests the best of East London whilst also offering the best in luxury accommodation. Whether you’re with your family or on business, you should always make time to check out what Shoreditch can offer visitors. As one of the most historic and atmospheric parts of London, you’d be mad to miss the wonders of Shoreditch, whether looking for a live show, a gallery, a delicious restaurant or a fashionable retail area.


Boxpark is an area near Shoreditch station and the Montcalm Shoreditch made from recycled shipping containers. The area embraces the DIY aesthetics by having shops, eateries and bars setting up shop in these containers. With an eclectic range of designer and independent fashion, second hand clothes and quality cafes and bars, the Shoreditch boxpark is a great stop over for a browse or a quick pick me up. What’s more, the boxpark overlooks the astro-turf football grounds, giving visitors a game to watch over their morning coffee.

Rich Mix

Rich Mix is a multi-disciplinary arts venue which boasts a wide range of performance, poetry, art and film showings. The cultural hub is an enthusiastic promoter of diversity within the arts and hosts a wide range of events including poetry slams, theatre productions and film q and as.

Electric Cinema

The Electric Cinema is one of London’s coolest cinemas, showing the best in blockbusters and Independent arthouse, the Electric Cinema is also home to a lovely café and bar, giving you everything you’ll need for the perfect cinema experience. Whether you’re in to your Hollywood blockbusters or looking for a quiet and intimate night in on a rainy yet free night, the Electric Cinema will have what you need.

Howard Griffin Gallery

Based on Shoreditch High Street, the Howard Griffin Gallery is one of the best galleries to highlight up and coming talent in the art world. The intimate space has housed the exhibit spaces of hope as well as many notable artists who are available to buy in print from the gallery. This makes the gallery space both accessible and a great way to find some great new artists to watch in the future.

Denis Severs House

Dennis Severs house is located on Folgate House and has been described as a “still life drama” which shows visitors a look into the lives of a fictional family named the Jervis’s, who lived in the house from 1725 to 1919. Each room brings you through a different generation of the family, using sound effects and household objects to develop characters and an atmosphere which come together to create a time capsule into various other times.

Dinerama Street feast

Looking for great food? Then Shoreditch’s Dinerama Street Feast is a great way to experience amazing street food, great drinks and a DIYT ethos which reuses shipping containers to bring great food to the public. Mixed in with local breweries, great DJ’s and some of the best in street food, you’d be mad to ignore a rumbling stomach.