What To Do This Weekend 06.06.24
What To Do This Weekend 06.06.24

What To Do This Weekend 06.06.24

Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further – from a jewellery pop-up to an Aperol party, our guide has options for everyone…


Carousel Pop Up

Carousel Jewels are popping up with Pink City Prints on the King's Road from 3rd-9th June. The boutique brand is known for its fine and demi-fine jewellery – a lot of which is inspired by vintage pieces – and has ever been featured in Netflix’s period-drama Bridgerton. Attendees can peruse the summer collection from Pink City Prints and see how it pairs with Carousel’s curated selection of necklaces, rings and earrings. 

Pink City Prints, 340 King's Road, Chelsea, SW3 5UR

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Free People Summer Sessions

When it comes to festival fashion, few brands do it better than Free People. This year, it’s hosting a pop-up event at Glastonbury Festival’s luxury glampsite, The Pop-Up Hotel, with live music and shopping. Missed out on tickets? No worries, Free People is throwing pre-festival shopping parties at its London stores with Moth drinks, starting tonight at the Regent Street outpost. Browse the new collection while enjoying a live performance by singer-songwriter Nina Cobham. Can't make it? There are more events to get involved with throughout the month. Plus, there is a special code for SL readers – customers can use the code SLFPSESSIONS for 100% off any of the Free People Summer Sessions.

247 Regent Street, Soho, W1B 2EN

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Carousel Jewels
Carousel Jewels


Aperol’s Aperidisco

It’s officially spritz season and Aperol’s Aperidisco is back from 6th-19th June with a fun pop-up outside Battersea Power station. There will be DJs – BBC Radio 1’s Vick Hope will join for launch night on the 6th – as well as food stalls, activities and more. Plus, there will be a special Aperol karaoke booth for those who enjoy a sing-along.

Circus Road West, Nine Elms, SW11 8DD; 6th June-19th June

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Witness For The Prosecution

If you’ve never seen this classic Agatha Christie tale on stage, now’s a good time, as the production has just refreshed its cast. Leonard Vole is accused of murdering a widow to inherit her wealth. And the stakes are high – will Leonard survive the shocking witness testimony and will he be able to convince the jury of his innocence and escape the hangman’s noose? The plot will keep you guessing right up until its close, but the star of the show has to be the theatre itself. Set inside the magnificent former courtroom of London County Hall, it puts the audience right at the centre of the action. If you don’t mind taking to the stage yourself, the best seats in the house are the 12 in the jury box, where audience members are handed notepads to jot down their observations. The jury package also includes pre-show and interval drinks.

London County Hall, Waterloo, SE1 7PB

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Witness For The Prosecution
Witness For The Prosecution



Third Space

The UK’s most luxurious gym group, Third Space, has opened the doors to its new club in Wood Wharf. The new space will house state-of-the-art fitness equipment and tech, including an Eleiko strength area, a dedicated hot yoga studio, a 20m swimming pool, and a reformer studio. The wellness and recovery facilities are just the tonic for overworked muscles too – think bespoke heated loungers, a Finnish sauna, and a plunge pool for immersive cold-water therapy. The opening of the new club also marks the introduction of a new Tower Pilates class to Third Space, which will become one of the only fitness spaces in London to offer this version of reformer Pilates.

14 Charter Street, Canary Wharf, E14 5GZ

Visit ThirdSpace.London


Frozen The Musical

The curtains are closing on Disney’s Frozen the Musical, so now’s the time to secure your tickets for a crowd-pleasing family night out. Featuring all the famous songs – including Let It Go – as well as 12 new ones, the family-favourite film is brought to life by its excellent cast and orchestra. 

Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Catherine Street, Covent Garden, WC2B 5JF; until 8th September

Visit FrozenTheMusical.co.uk

Third Space
Third Space


Scott’s Mayfair Terrace

Few things go together better than sunshine and a G&T. And now, Scott’s Mayfair has opened its terrace for the summer season in partnership with Tanqueray No.TEN. The garden-themed terrace is decorated with floral arrangements made up of British botanicals and to celebrate, guests can choose from a limited-edition cocktail menu – paired, of course, with some of Scott’s famous oysters.

20 Mount Street, Mayfair, W1K 2HE; until early September

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Soho Food Feast

One for the foodies – Soho Food Feast is back for its 12th year with a full schedule of cooking demos, panels and workshops from some of the capital’s top restaurants. For the stalls, the line-up includes Andrew Edmunds; Koya; Bar Crispin; Dishoom; Caravel; and EDIT. The Devonshire, Jamie Oliver Catherine Street, Fowl, and L’Escargot will also be showing their support for the charity and hosting a stall. Plus, on Friday, there’s an exclusive preview dinner featuring cooking from London’s most revered chefs in the scenic St. Anne’s Church Gardens. Neil Borthwick, Cynthia Shanmugalingam, Brad Carter, Budgie Montoya and Meedu Saad will each serve up a course, and dessert will be overseen by Claire Ptak of Violet bakery. Tickets for the preview dinner cost £120pp, with tickets for the festival starting from £15. Proceeds will go towards helping the Soho Parish Primary School.

St Anne’s Churchyard Gardens, Wardour Street, Soho, W1D 6LB; 7th-9th June 

Visit SohoFoodFeast.co.uk

Scott’s Mayfair Terrace
Scott’s Mayfair Terrace


Miu Miu Book Pop Up

Tomorrow, Miu Miu will launch Summer Reads, celebrating seasonality and fine print with pop-up kiosks and reading patios at newsstands worldwide. In London, you can find the stylish set-up in Covent Garden piazza, where you can pick up novels by authors like Alba de Céspedes, Sibilla Aleramo and Jane Austen. Collect a bundle with two books and a Miu Miu-branded popsicle for the perfect lunch hour treat.

Covent Garden Piazza, Covent Garden, WC2E 7BB, London; 7th-8th June

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Royal Ascot Pop Up At The Dorchester

Ascot isn’t just about world-class racing. For the first time ever, guests can enjoy the Royal Ascot dining experience ahead of time thanks to a limited pop-up at The Grill at The Dorchester. Chef Tom Booton’s four-course menu will showcase the best of seasonal British ingredients and give diners a taste of what will be enjoyed by Royal Enclosure members at this year's Royal Ascot (18th-22nd June). Highlights include cured salmon, gazpacho, cucumber and fennel, and a main course of beef fillet, stuffed potato, mushroom chutney and chive mayonnaise. To finish, there’s a seasonal take on Tom’s famed soft serve ice cream with all the trimmings. Four courses cost £100pp. 

53 Park Lane, Mayfair, W1K 1QA; 3rd-17th June

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Royal Ascot Pop Up At The Dorchester
Royal Ascot Pop Up At The Dorchester


1664 London Fashion Week

1664 Blanc, Principal Partner of London Fashion Week (LFW), celebrates LFW's 40th anniversary with a groundbreaking collaboration with the British Fashion Council. This month, the brand will host a series of curated panel talks at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, alongside a powerful photography exhibition showcasing Black, South Asian, and Queer cultures. The panels include "A Conversation on Diversity", "How to Create, Build, and Sustain a Fashion Brand", "Are We Going Far Enough? Performative Activism in Fashion", as well as a discussion with designer Charles Jeffrey. 

Institute of Contemporary Art, The Mall, St. James's, SW1Y 5AH; 8th June

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Inko Nito DJ Nights

Soho's unconventional Japanese restaurant, Inko Nito, has introduced DJ Nights every Friday from 6:30pm-10:30pm. Enjoy a vibrant mix of funk, soul, hip hop, and deep house music from the resident DJ alongside Inko Nito’s unique Japanese robatayaki and sushi dishes. Special dishes for DJ Nights include Portobello mushrooms with smoked butter, sea bream with salsa rosa and shiso cherry tomatoes, salmon teriyaki with takuan, yamagobo, and teriyaki mayo, and kimchi rice with spring onions, sesame, and egg yolk.

55 Broadwick Street, Carnaby, W1F 9QS

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1664 London Fashion Week
1664 London Fashion Week


Mean Girls At The Savoy

Get in loser, we’re going to The Savoy. To celebrate Mean Girls hitting The West End, the iconic London hotel is putting on a special experience for theatregoers. Adjacent to the Savoy Theatre, it's offering a signature ‘You Can’t Spritz With Us’ cocktail at the Beaufort Bar and, for the first two weeks of the show’s run, you can find a pink Laurent-Perrier’s rosé van serving cuvée rosé and strawberry sorbet on the Savoy forecourt. Aso, book in to dine at the Savoy Grill, The River Restaurant, or the Michelin-starred Restaurant 1890. The Savoy’s Mean Girls package, starting at £1,265, includes a one-night stay, breakfast and two show tickets – bookable from 5th June 2024.

Savoy Hotel, Strand, WC2R 0EZ

Visit TheSavoyLondon.com

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