No plans yet? Here are some more cool things to do this weekend in London. If you have tips we haven’t covered, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below… Taking a Eurostar soon? 23 ideas to have fun around St Pancras this way.
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1. Go dancing at Drink Shop & Do this Friday : confetti cannon, disco and classic Bronx hip-hop.
2. Good news – tickets to The Orbit are half price till February 10.
3. Jo Malone is launching their new fragrance – myrrh and tonka. They are offering complimentary hand & arm massages with a glass of British sparkling wine this Saturday.
4. Brick Lane off the beaten path. I’m a big fan of the community garden there!
5. The Brunel Museum is having a Wassail evening on Saturday – carols led by the Butler of the Ceremony and starring the Wassail Queen, folk musicians, toasted marshmallows all in a beautifully lit garden.
♥ Art and culture ♥
1. The mime festival is back.
2. Discover Zarah Hussain’s light art piece at the Barbican Centre – kaleidoscope like and playing with Islamic geometry.
3. Have a look at the Scandinavian Shawls installation at the Southbank Centre. The weaving technique combines hundreds of fringe elements to create a coloured three-dimensional drawing.
4. Did you know the Royal Academy of Arts holds a free creative, artist led workshop the second Saturday of each month?
5. Fancy trying photography, children’s book illustration, watercolours, bookbinding, art history, calligraphy…? Join the City Lit Arts Open Day on Saturday – all free.
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2. Ralph Lauren has opened his coffee & bar at 173 Regent St. Stunning but the club sandwich there costs £16 – ouch!
4. The new cocktail trend in London? Birch spirit.
5. Pip & Nut have opened a peanut butter bar at Selfridges. There you can indulge in rye or sourdough bread topped with peanut or almond butter, fresh chilli/lime/coriander, avocado/spiced seeds, grated apple/maple syrup, marinated strawberries…
♥ 5 ideas to make your little ones smile ♥
2. Join the Somerset House’s Utopian Workshop this weekend – kids are invited to create their own props and design the jazziest Utopian robe they can imagine, before posing in a photo booth..
3. … or go to the other ide of the Thames and make junk puppets from recycled material at the National Theatre.
4. The V&A has pop-up performances for families every Saturday – this week will be an interactive storytelling adventure, inspired by a box of dreams.
5. Try the V&A Museum of Childhood this Saturday – the kids can dress up to find the missing White Queen and solve a few mysteries along the way.
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