Who. What. Where? No. 73

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

With the Emirates FA Cup final set to take place on May 25th at Wembley, the FA hosted an exclusive, star-studded event in anticipation of one of football’s biggest occasions. Titled ‘Cup Culture’ the event took place on Monday evening and saw Nigerian artist Olaolu Slawn unveil a bespoke one-off replica of the Emirates FA Cup’s famous trophy in collaboration with The FA’s official silverware provider, Thomas Lyte. His design is a homage to the iconic cup and commemorates the tournament’s global impact, and both were on display together as a centrepiece of the event. Meanwhile, UK music legend AJ Tracy provided music on the night, running through a slew of his hits. Sneaker brand Kick Game also offered prizes through their Pull Up van; with a ‘fit check’ photo booth hosted by sports fashion publishers Footballers Fits, amongst plenty of other interactive experiences. The Sidemen’s very own Tobi Brown (TBJZL) also hosted a high-stakes EAFC 24 tournament, with the winners being awarded tickets to the cup final. Check out what went down at the event below, including artists Navinder Nangla and Teoni creating their very own custom jerseys.

If you’re after a new food spot in the middle of all the action, Broadwick Street in Soho has welcomed Japanese robatayaki restaurant Inko Nito. From the founder of the well-established ROKA and ZUMA, this younger sister offering leans into a more Korean-influenced menu with a buzzy New York vibe and interior. Opt for the ‘Express Inko Menu’ for just £27 and indulge in edamame, steamed prawn and leek dumplings, Korean fried cauliflower maki, Japanese breadcrumb chicken and then choose between roasted pork belly, salmon or tofu main dishes – all served with steamed rice. Pay the extra £3 for the mochi dessert – it might just be the best mochi in London. Book your table here.

It’s almost time for Primavera, Barcelona’s premier festival, and if, like us, you’re a master procrastinator and are still in need of some accommodation (or just looking for a getaway to the Catalan city), Brummell is the place for you. The 20-room boutique hotel inherits a ‘tropical modernism’ design, mixing modern furniture with Sri Lankan and European antiques, giving it a unique aesthetic in comparison to other modern hotels. Meanwhile, the addition of contemporary art projects within the rooms also pays homage to local creatives and makers. Rooms are equipped with a number of amenities including free Wi-Fi and rain effect showers, while guests will also have full access to a sauna, swimming pool and free yoga classes – what’s not to love? For more information and to book your stay, click here.