To celebrate its 150th Anniversary, Sainsbury’s is going back in time to its beginnings in London’s Soho with a pop-up experience.

Visitors will be taken on a journey from the store’s family-run shop on Drury Lane in 1869, through to the present day.

The experience will bring to life the last 150 years of the Sainsbury’s story from the very first store which sold just butter, milk and eggs, to the innovations that made it the retailer it is today.

This experience will be open to the public 25th & 26th May 2019.

A Sainsbury’s spokesperson said: “Reaching our 150th birthday is a momentous milestone and stands as testament to our role in the lives of Brits for a century and a half.

“From the types of food we consume, to the way we work and shop, there has been an incredible amount of change during that time, but Sainsbury’s original values of providing quality food at fair prices has remained a constant.

“This pop-up is part immersive theatre and part window into the past – we’re delighted to invite the public to experience key moments from our history as we look forward to another 150 years.”