Crazy golf. The name, admittedly, isn't cool. It's like a game that announces, 'you don't have to be ker-azy to play here, but it helps'. But the newly relaunched Junkyard Golf is here not only to make crazy golf cool, oh no. It's here to make it downright rock'n'roll. Dispensing with namby-pamby windmills and volcanoes, here you'll find courses involving UFC bear cages, scrapyard slides, creepy clowns and treehouses; plus four bars, DJs and street food. Choose a theme – polluted paradise, circus freaks, scrapyard challenge or movie mash-up – grab a Who's Your Caddy cocktail, and get down to some serious golfin'. We'll see you in the 'mind-altering UV garage section'.
Junkyard Golf, Dray Walk, Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL
If we say the following words, you'll see why we are very excited about this new Greenwich Peninsula pop-up market: fashion, beauty, art, design, homeware, music and seasonal food. Essentially, all the good things, then. And from the hottest emerging creatives, at that – think clothing by FOLK, Universal Works and Wood Wood, scented candles from Earl of East, furniture by Jamie Gaunt and cheese from Wilde's, while the soundtrack to the weekend comes from Gilles Petersen's Brownwood Recordings. And one more important thing to note: there's also a stall by Winemaker's Club. See? ALL the good things.
4-5 March; free
SAMPLE, Greenwich Peninsula, 1 Green Place, SE10 0PE