You're a good person, aren't you? We all like to think we're good people, but perhaps we don't go to as many charity mini-festivals as we could. Well, here's your chance: the people behind Bestival are throwing a daylong shindig, billed as a "taste of Bestival in Soho", to raise money for homeless charity the House of St. Barnabas. Also, for every ticket purchased to this event, an underprivileged individual will be given a ticket to Bestival. We think that's pretty damn cool. Now, what's in it for you? Feast your ear holes on some live music at the Chapel of St. Barnabas, courtesy of BUD, Mary Epworth, Will Varley, and Halia. There will also be a roster of DJs - namely Goldierocks, Felix of Basement Jaxx, Rob da Bank - to take you into the wee hours of Sunday. But it's not all about music, kids. You can choose to brunch like a Ghanaian with Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, immerse yourself in a sound bath, pimp your wardrobe at a tie dye workshop, or get crafty at a card-making workshop for Mother's Day... which is the next day, FYI. This is the first in a series of micro-festivals hosted by the House of St. Barnabas. Look out for upcoming events hosted by Eat Your Own Ears and Worldwide Festival.
Tickets: £15 - £40