The London Coffee Festival begins on Thursday, 25 April. The Festival, which will run until 28 April, is being held at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in East London. The event, which is held during UK Coffee Week, will feature new-to-market products from 150 exhibitors. There will also be live coffee roasting sessions, bespoke coffee creations and masterclasses and seminars during the course of the Festival. The UK coffee industry is also marking the week by coming together for Project Waterfall, the charity working in partnership with WaterAid to deliver clean drinking water projects to some of the poorest communities in African coffee-growing countries. Coffee chains including Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Caffè Nero, Debenhams Cafés and Restaurants, Muffin Break, Pod and Soho Coffee Co will be joined by other chains, hundreds of independent coffee shops and workplaces across the country to support and fundraise for the charity.