What To Do This Weekend 11.04.24
What To Do This Weekend 11.04.24

What To Do This Weekend 11.04.24

Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further – from an embroidery workshop to a hot new Mayfair restaurant, our guide has options for everyone…
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Matilda Goad Sample Sale

We're big fans of Matilda Goad and her homely, British country aesthetic. This Friday, her eponymous brand will be hosting its biggest sample sale yet, full of signature scalloped-edge throws and scatter cushions, kitchen accessories and candles. Entry is first come, first served, so we’d advise getting down there early.

St Peter's Church, Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, W11 2PN; 12th April, 8:30am-4pm 

Visit MatildaGoad.com


Skall Trunk Show

At SL, we love championing small and sustainable brands, and Skall Studio has been on our radar for a while now. The brainchild of sisters Julie and Marie Skall, whose coastal upbringing inspired their free-spirited, functional pieces, the brand aims to be an alternative to fast fashion – it only works with a few select factories to make its stylish, quality separates. To celebrate a decade of Skall Studio, and the launch of its SS24 collection, the brand is hosting a pop-up at Couverture & The Garbstore between the 10th and the 14th of April. Attendees are invited to shop a wide selection of pieces in store and, on the 11th, customers will be able to meet the Skall team, learn more about the brand, as well as pick up some invaluable styling tips. 

188 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, W11 2ES

Visit SkallStudio.com


Sotto X The Cocktail Guy

Rich Woods – also known as The Cocktail Guy – is teaming up with Soho’s Sotto to bring a bit of la dolce vita to London. On 12th April, the speakeasy beneath Italian restaurant Bocconcino is launching a cocktail menu of classics with Italian twists. The Med martini brings together lemon gin, Lillet Blanc, bergamot and Amalfi lemon, serving them with a Mediterranean Sea spray foam. There’s also a spring-ready blood orange and tarragon spritz, plus a biscotti sour.

59 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, W1F 7JY

Visit BocconcinoRestaurant.co.uk


Unlocking Beauty's Business X Soho House

Hair stylist Samantha Cusick and beauty expert Lisa Potter Dixon have joined forces for a one-off talk. From the latest beauty trends to the best ways to harness social media for your business, as well as navigating the challenges of being a woman in the industry, the two plan to discuss it all. Tickets are free for Soho House members.

2, Television Centre, 101 Wood Lane, White City, W12 7FR; 15th April, 7:30pm-8:30pm

Visit SohoHouse.com


Mistress Of Mayfair

The latest addition to the Mayfair dining scene is Mistress of Mayfair. The interiors match the Parisian vibe, with plush red velvet, leather accents and boudoir-esque low lighting. The menu is similarly glamorous, with reimagined French classics like sea bass dugléré, seared diver scallops, grilled poussin and sole meunière. 

48-49 St James's Street, Mayfair, SW1A 1JT

Visit MistressOfMayfair.com



Italian hotspot Luca is offering a limited-edition spring chef’s menu that also gives diners a rare chance to book specifically onto the Clerkenwell restaurant’s famed, foliage-filled terrace. On the menu is the best seasonal produce – think white asparagus, wild garlic, morels and spring lamb. Overseen by head chef Rob Chambers, it’s available for lunch or dinner at £95pp until the end of this Saturday – so get in quick.

88 St John Street, Clerkenwell, EC1M 4EH

Visit SevenRooms.com


Rokh X H&M At Outernet

This weekend, fashion fans have the chance to immerse themselves in the world of rokh X H&M, with an exclusive opportunity to see the collection – which includes that double-layer trench coat – in real life before it launches in stores and online on 18th April. Together with H&M, designer of the moment Rok Hwang has created a collection that subverts the key components of a classic professional wardrobe. There are pieces for men and women, with detachable-hem dresses, corset tops, reworked trousers and denim, underwear, logo t-shirts, graphic two-tone metallic jewellery and playful office-inspired accessories, like a briefcase bag and accordion file clutch among the highlights. 

Outernet, Tottenham Court Road, WC2H 8LH; 13th-14th April

Visit Outernet.com


Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace has collaborated with some of Britain’s best-known designers and brands to create Icons of British Fashion, the largest exhibition in its 300-year history. The show includes designs and displays by Vivienne Westwood, Lulu Guinness, Stella McCartney, Barbour, Alice Temperley and Stephen Jones Millinery for Christion Dior. After paying homage to the greats, guests can tie in a visit to nearby luxury retail destination Bicester Village, which is sponsoring the event. As part of the exhibition ticket price, attendees can access a bespoke styling appointment within the village’s personal shopping suites.

Blenheim Park, Woodstock, OX20 1PS

Visit BlenheimPalace.comTheBicesterCollection.com


Barry’s Hell Week

Known for its full-body HIIT bootcamps, Barry’s is gearing up to launch its latest ‘Hell Week’ challenge. This time, clients are invited to complete ten classes in 14 days – as opposed to the usual seven classes in seven days. The Hell Week challenge pass costs £176, covering all classes, and can be used at all studios. Plus, on 21st April, Barry’s Victoria will be hosting a marathon after-party, with live music and refreshments, and a free Hermosa protein shake to anyone showing off their medal. 

Various locations; 15th-28th April

Visit Barrys.com

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