What To Do This Weekend 21.03.24
What To Do This Weekend 21.03.24

What To Do This Weekend 21.03.24

Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further – from fragrance lounges to jewellery fairs, our guide has options for everyone…

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Cluster Jewellery Art Fair

The Cluster Jewellery Art Fair is back for a fourth year. From 20th to 23rd March, at Chelsea’s Old Town Hall on the King’s Road, attendees can browse and purchase from the next generation of jewellery artists, including Samokish, Namkuyung Lee, Monica Nesseler and Ellina Pollitt.

King's Road, Chelsea, SW3 5EE

Visit Cluster-London.com


Andy Warhol: Beyond The Brand

From his Campbell’s soup cans to his fluorescent Marilyn Monroes, Andy Warhol was a defining artist of the 20th century. Fans will be pleased to hear Mayfair’s Halycon Gallery has just extended its Andy Warhol: Beyond The Brand exhibition, and it’s worth getting down there while you can. There are rare works on display from throughout his career, as well as pieces from contemporaries including Basquiat and Keith Haring.

148 New Bond Street, Mayfair, W1S 2TR; until 7th April

Visit HalcyonGallery.com

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Prelude By Oriole

Three-month pop-up Prelude by Oriole opened its doors in The Yards last week. From the minds behind great boltholes like Bar Swift and Nightjar, Prelude paves the way for a new permanent place coming this summer. Alongside the usual cocktails, there’s an à la carte menu featuring dishes like beef tartare sando and duck with orange mole. Prelude isn’t quite as late night as its older siblings – it’s open until 11pm, Wednesday to Saturday, with a couple of live piano sets each night.

23 Slingsby Place, Covent Garden, WC2E 9AB

Visit OrioleBar.com


House Of Hackney

Known for its vibrant, luxe-maximalist aesthetic, House Of Hackney is holding a sample sale from the 22nd to 24th March. Customers can enjoy up to 70% OFF across fabrics and wallpaper to cushions and candles – in a wide range of signature prints. There’s no need to book a ticket, but there will be a £2 entry fee donated to Hackney Night Shelter, a charity that supports homeless people living in the London borough.

The BOX, 4-6 Ram Place (off Chatham Place), Hackney, E9 6LT

Visit Chicmi.com



TT, formerly TT Liquor, will unveil a new restaurant on Friday. Thanks to ex-Oren chef Sam Lone, dishes include the likes of smoked ox cheek croquettes and barbecued mackerel. At the Victorian police station-turned-venue, there’s now a renovated rooftop bar or a new ground-floor space. 

17b Kingsland Road, Hoxton, E2 8AA

Visit TT-London.co.uk



RH England

If you’re looking to get out of London over the Easter bank holiday weekend, the newly opened RH England at The Gallery at Aynho Park is the place to go. A 90-minute drive from the capital, it’s where design and gastronomy come together for a great day out. At The Orangery, guests can try dishes like wood-grilled avocado with caviar and wagyu ribeye. If you are into interiors, you’ll love the design work and selection of pieces on offer.

Aynho Park, Aynho, Banbury, OX17 3BQ

Visit RH.com



Tucked away in the mews behind Claridge’s, LPM has been bringing a touch of the Mediterranean to London’s dining scene since 2007 but has stayed somewhat under the radar. With playful, sunny interiors, a herbaceous drinks list and a riviera-inspired menu – featuring seafood, escargots and plenty of tomatoes – this Mayfair gem will make you feel like you are on the Amalfi coast. Up until this Sunday, the restaurant's pastry chefs are bringing a bit of nostalgia to their desert menu with a sweet special: a LPM style rice pudding with seasonal rhubarb.

53-54 Brook's Mews, Mayfair, W1K 4EG

Visit LPMRestaurants.com


London Original Print Fair

From Thursday to Sunday this week, London’s biggest and brightest print fair will return to Somerset House. Get up close to reproduced pieces from iconic names like Hockney and Picasso, and check out new works from Brit artists like Marc Quinn and Grayson Perry. There will also be plenty of pieces from some of the capital’s coolest up-and-coming talent on display.

Somerset House, Covent Garden, WC2R 1LA; 21st-24th March

Visit LondonOriginalPrintFair.com


Liberty Fragrance Lounge

If you’re looking for a new spring scent that none of your friends have, head down to Liberty to check out its new fragrance lounge. Known for its carefully curated selection of niche fragrances, Liberty is encouraging customers to shop by olfactory blend rather than trends. At the heart of the new space is the concierge desk, where fragrance experts can help you be guided by your nose to find your perfect scent.

Regent Street, Carnaby, W1B 5AH

Visit LibertyLondon.com


Jenny Packham Sample Sale

Jenny Packham is the home-grown yet globally recognised fashion brand that’s been worn by some of the most photographed women in the world, from Kate Middleton to Taylor Swift. This Friday, for one day only, shoppers can snag some mega savings across the brand’s bridal and eveningwear collections. This sale isn’t just sample sizing either – there will be pieces available in sizes 6-18 – so there’s something for everyone.

21 Arlington Street, St James's, SW1A 1RD

Visit Chicmi.com


Tanqueray X By Rotation

You can now borrow outfits from a range of British fashion’s greats – award-winning Self Esteem and SL's Charlotte Collins to name a few – for the price of a story. Tanqueray and leading fashion rental app, By Rotation, have collaborated on a special curated collection, where each look is accompanied by a scannable label, unlocking the journeys and nights-out the outfit has seen so far. And, instead of a rental fee, all you have to do is contribute your very own story. To rent from the collection and share your own story, simply download the By Rotation app, search for The Tanqueray Edit, and select your desired outfit. Renters will receive their chosen pieces along with a complimentary bottle of Tanqueray (including Tanqueray 0.0%) – to help fuel the memories.

Visit ByRotation.com

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The Monthly Digestif

Presented by The London Edition and Grey Goose, The Monthly Digestif Live is back for its second year. Join host Sydney Lima and a panel of experts as they discuss the latest cultural and political headlines, from tango-ed Trump to the rise of the ‘stan', all while enjoying Grey Goose cocktails. This month features BAFTA-winning filmmaker Hassan Akkad, comedian Kemah Bob, and Kat Sadler, creator of Such Brave Girls. Plus, guests can enjoy half-price Grey Goose cocktails. Tickets start from £12.50, dine beforehand at Berners Tavern with their Early Berners set menu for £29.50, 

10 Berners Street, Soho, W1T 3NP

Visit Eventbrite.co.uk

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