What To Do This Weekend 04.01.24
What To Do This Weekend 04.01.24

What To Do This Weekend 04.01.24

Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further – from shopping events to creative workshops, our guide has options for everyone…

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The Beauty Triangle Festival

This new wellness festival will take place at 180 Strand on Saturday 20th January. The event will connect attendees with some of the best in-class practitioners and treatments, with talks from experts including Dr Ifeoma Ejikeme, Rosemary Ferguson, Sarah Chapman, Dr Shirin Lakhani and Ross J Barr. Guests can book consultations and tasters for treatments like EMFace and Alma Harmony Laser Facial, try complimentary IV drips and LED sessions, and explore biohacking therapies including cryotherapy and IR saunas. Tickets cost £50 which includes a goodie bag worth over £200.

Strand, Temple, WC2R 3DA

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Jikoni is one of our favourite spots in Marylebone, so we were excited to hear it’s launched a new vegetarian menu. Ravinder Bhogal’s restaurant will offer an updated ‘Farm Fresh’ set-lunch menu, with plenty of plant-based options. Start with beetroots with cashews and curry leaf oil, or soy keema buns served with pickled onion, before tucking into mains of aubergines with Sichuan caramel and sticky garlic rice, or butternut squash pakoras with lemon rice and coconut chutney. Leave space for a slice of banana cake with miso butterscotch, or pear and saffron cake with pistachio.

19-21 Blandford Street, Marylebone, W1U 3DJ

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Yoga Brunch at Studio Z

Whether your New Year’s resolution was to get back into fitness, or try a new workout, yogi Talia Yilmaz is hosting a yoga brunch at Brixton’s Studio Z on Saturday 6th January. Guests will enjoy a dynamic vinyasa flow with meditation and breath work, suitable for all levels, followed by a sit-down brunch consisting of grazing dishes and veggie options. All you need to bring is your own mat. Tickets start from £20.

537 Brixton Station Road, Brixton, SW9 8QB; from 9.30am

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Max La Manna x Norma

Vegan chef Max La Manna has teamed up with Italian restaurant Norma to create a five-course low-waste, vegan menu. Created with Norma’s head chef, Giovann Attard, diners can tuck into Italian-inspired dishes like roasted carrot raviolo with beetroot cream, pangrattato and crispy capers; courgette involtini with almond ricotta, winter tomato and basil dusted ‘parmesan’ crisps; and coconut panna cotta with citrus sorbet. You can also order non-alcoholic cocktails, as well as Sicilian and southern Italian wines, and book tickets to the supper club tonight to celebrate the new menu (£65pp).

8 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 2LS; until 31st Jan

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Arlettie Sample Sales

This weekend sample sale studio Arlettie is hosting sample sales by three designer brands: Jil Sander, Marni and Maison Margiela. Shoppers will find a selection of old-season and samples of ready-to-wear, footwear, and accessories for women and men, all at a fraction of the RRP. Just sign up for an Arlettie account at the link below to access each sale.

13-14 Margaret Street, Marylebone, W1W 8RN; 4th-6th Jan

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Torstig Pop-Up Bar

On from Friday 5th January Brighton’s first low- and non-alcoholic bar Torstig will open a pop-up on Hoxton’s Kingsland Road. At the official bar of Dry January, guests can try cocktails made with non-alcoholic spirits like Three Spirit, Wild Eve and Strykk. You’ll also find alternatives to margaritas, pornstar martinis and amaretti sours, as well as beers like Guinness 0.0 on tap, and a range of 0.5% cans.

93 Kingsland Road, Hoxton, E2 8AE; until 20th Jan

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Boozy Pottery Painting at Social Pottery

On Sunday 7th January, Social Pottery is hosting three boozy pottery painting workshops at its studio in Kentish Town. Guests can choose to paint mugs, bowls, plates, jewellery boxes, jars or figurines in a two-hour painting set. There are over 20 colours to choose from, while an artist will be on hand to help with your creations. Guests are encouraged to bring their own drinks and snacks, before leaving their ceramic to be set in the kiln (you can pick it up two weeks later).

120 Kentish Town Road, NW1 9PY; 12pm, 1pm or 3pm

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Pizza Cooking Class at Eataly

Eataly continues its roster of cooking classes this year with a pizza making workshop on Friday 5th January. Guests will be welcomed with a glass of prosecco before learning how to make handmade pizza topped with your favourite ingredients. You’ll be guided by one of Eataly’s chefs, before tucking into your pizza and going home with detailed recipe cards and a ‘class diploma’ signed by the chef. Tickets cost £60.

35 Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street, EC2M 3YD

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