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Win innocent inspires tickets


On Tuesday 1st October, we’ll be hosting an evening all about creativity as part of our innocent inspires series - and we’d like to invite you along.

Come peruse our walls of specially commissioned artwork (and take some home). Listen to some music, take a look at some of our favourite words and pictures, or just hang out looking interesting and brooding. You’ll hear from DJ, promoter and visionary of great things Rob da Bank; dub-step poet Benjamin Zephaniah; world-renowned graphic artist Kate Moross; writer, poet and maker of his own Y-fronts John-Paul Flintoff; and be treated to a set from the extraordinary Nathan ‘Flute box’ Lee.

Whatever you do, be there or be square.

To win a pair of tickets to the event, leave a comment below telling us in no more than 30 words what creativity means to you.  We'll let winners know on Monday.


win tickets to the next innocent inspires event

Make a reservation at the innocent kitchen for 'a guide to good taste', a sensory night out where you'll discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about good taste. Why does taste matter? How does it work? What’s the perfect flavour combination? How can good taste transform your life - and your career?

Join us at the next innocent inspires session in London on the 14th August, and get some answers from our stellar line-up of culinary stars, including Michelin starred chef Ollie Dabbous, jellymongers extraordinaire Bompas & Parr, creater of the underground supper movement Ms Marmite Lover, head chef at Polpetto Florence Knight, and food designer Emilie Baltz.

To win a pair of tickets to the event, leave a comment below telling us in no more than 240 characters about the tastiest thing you've ever eaten.

The deadline for entries is 7th August, when our very own chief recipe developer Fliss will pick her five favourite entries.  We'll email each winner by the 8th August 2013.

Good luck.



win tickets to our next innocent inspires event

Our second innocent inspires evening, 'leaving things better than you find them', with special guests Laura Bailey, Arthur Potts-Dawson, Guerrilla Gardeners and Good For Nothing takes place on the 19th June 2013 in Paradise Park, London. You'll step inside the innocent yurt, where we'll bring the outdoors indoors and share some of the things we can all do to make a positive difference to the world. 

To win a pair of tickets, tell us the one thing you've done to leave the world a little better (in no more than 240 characters).

Our very own sustainability Lou will pick the five entries that impress her the most and we'll email each winner by the 14th June 2013. Please don't think you need to demonstrate that you've saved half of the rainforest by the way - every day efforts to tread a little more lightly can be just as impressive as grand sustainability projects.

Good luck.

Win tickets to innocent inspires, a new series of inspirational evenings, tailor-made by innocent


Under the Hall floodlights and with the aroma of deep heat in the air, we will be discussing “how to live well and die old” with our stellar line-up of speakers including the legendary Olympian and real life adventurer, James Cracknell; the TV-GP who has seen it all, Dr Pixie McKenna and London’s running collective, Run Dem Crew.

Join the capital’s finest running team for an (optional) run around West London before taking a seat in the sports hall to find out how we can all get a little bit healthier. Whether you’re sports-mad or a couch potato with an interest, join us to find out what role mind plays in health? How can we stay alive that little bit longer? How many squat thrusts is it possible to do in thirty seconds? Half-time oranges included.

Doors open at 7pm at the innocent sports hall, 187 Freston Road, London, W10 6TH

If you’d like to be in with the chance to win one of the 5 pairs of tickets we have to give away, just let us know what event (real or made up) you’d win an Olympic medal in…

Winners will be announced on Monday 15th April, 2013.  
The winning entrant will be picked at random from a big digital hat.