Top 3 REVLers To Follow This Week
So the cat’s out of the bag, we’re live and we’re the ultimate events app. And what’s the ultimate events app without some of the city’s experts to recommend what’s hot right now? Meet REVL’s Curators. We’ve handpicked some of our favourite Londoners to create PLAYlists, recommend their favourite events and find cool stuff for you to go to. Here’s the top three you should follow this week.
Emily Rawson | Supa Dupa Fly
DJ and founder of Hip-Hop club night, Supa Dupa Fly – Emily Rawson is your go-to gal to find a good night out. Her Supa Dupa Fly events are massively popular and if you haven’t already, you should get yourself down to one. You can find Emily cycling down Regent’s Canal or grabbing a bite to eat at Barrafina or Asakusa. If the sun is shining she loves to walk through Hampstead Heath or sunbathe on the roof of Shoreditch House, and she’s always got the low-dow on the latest London launch.
REVL username: supadupafly | check out the Supa Dupa Fly events here
Alex Shebar | Eat, Play, Pixels
Alex is an American ex-pat in the city, the community manager for Yelp and lover of all things immersive and film. He can usually be found doing something under the themes of his blog – Eat, Play, Pixels. Some of his favourite spots in the city include drinks at Lounge Bohemia, chowing down at Dishoom and taking a stroll through the tranquil Postman’s Park. Follow his PLAYlists to find the best immersive events and the latest pop-ups.
REVL username: AlexShebar | read his blog here
Anna is a lover of all things food, fashion and travel. You can usually find her trying out the hottest new brunch spot or sippin’ on some pink champagne at the latest fashion event. Follow her PLAYlists to find the latest workshop, where the best food markets are and some cool new spots to hang out. One of her favourite things to do is picking an area in London to head down to and explore for the day – something that REVL will be able to help you with.
REVL username: AnnaRicketts | check out her Instagram here