What To Do This Weekend: 29.02.24
What To Do This Weekend: 29.02.24

What To Do This Weekend: 29.02.24

Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further – from a ballet show to a sample sale, our guide has options for everyone…


Dinny Hall x Tatiana Alida

Jewellery brand Dinny Hall has partnered with homeware favourite Tatiana Alida for a one-off event on Saturday 2nd March. A favourite among fashion girls, the artist will be in residence at Dinny’s Islington store, creating signature bespoke portraits for all customers who make a jewellery purchase on the day. There’ll also be bubbles and sweet treats on offer for attendees arriving between noon and 3pm.

292 Upper Street, Islington, N1 2TU 

Visit DinnyHall.com


New York City Ballet

The New York City Ballet rarely leaves the Big Apple, so this a rare opportunity to see them perform at the prestigious Sadler’s Wells in Islington. The choreography will showcase the breadth of the company’s dance repertoire, from neoclassical and contemporary to more traditional forms of movement. Coupled with the rousing score and expert costume design, it’s one of the hottest dance tickets of the year.

Rosebery Avenue, Angel, EC1R 4TN; 7th-10th March

Visit SadlersWells.com



Lobby Lates

One Hundred Shoreditch recently relaunched its Lobby Lates. Every Thursday and Friday, the Lobby Bar is the place to kick off the weekend with £10 cocktails, as a selection of emerging artists provide the soundtrack for the night. The music is eclectic – hip hop, house, pop, R&B and 90s all feature – so there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Coming up tonight, Manchester-born Millie May will be on deck duty, mixing hip hop, amapiano, afrobeats and house. 

100 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, E1 6JQ

Visit OneHundredShoreditch.com


RIXO Gold Party

On Thursday 14th March, vintage-inspired occasionwear label RIXO is throwing a party for its most loyal customers. There will be a RIXO fashion show, as well as a DJ set from Fat Tony, food, drinks and an exclusive opportunity to shop the new collection before it officially drops. Plus, a percentage of the ticket sales will go to the brand’s long-standing charity partner Smart Works, which helps empower women to reach their full potential, gain secure employment and change the trajectory of their lives. Tickets are £95 each.

Toklas, 1 Surrey Street, Temple, WC2R 2ND

Visit RixoLondon.com


Women In Revolt: Art And Activism In The UK

Mark International Women’s Day with a trip to the Tate’s ‘Women in Revolt’ – an exhibition showcasing feminist art from over 100 female artists in the UK. Covering reproductive rights and equal pay to race equality and unbridled female rage, the works document the new wave of feminism of the 70s and 80s – a time of significant societal, economic and political transformation. Entry is free.

Tate Britain, Millbank, SW1P 4RG; until 7th April

Visit Tate.org.uk


Direct From Graceland

Whether you’re a lifelong fan or you’ve only just caught the Elvis fever, the ‘Direct From Graceland’ exhibition at the Arches in London Bridge will sate your curiosity. Over 400 artefacts owned by Presley are on display – including his first ever job application, his TCB Super Trike Motorcycle and an array of sparkly jumpsuits. In fact, it’s officially the most significant collection of the King’s memorabilia to ever leave the US. Tickets start from £19.90.

8 Bermondsey Street, London Bridge, SE12 ER

Visit ElvisLondonBridge.co.uk


Stine Goya Sample Sale

Danish fashion brand Stine Goya is hosting its first ever sample sale between Friday and Sunday this weekend. Attendees can expect discounts of up to 80% off past collections and samples across ready to wear, shoes and accessories. Entry is free.

Dalston Pier Studio, 2A John Campbell Road, Dalston, N16 8JZ

Visit Eventbrite.co.uk



Dune Part 2

Opening in cinemas nationwide this Friday, Dune: Part 2 has an even more star-studded cast than the first instalment. Alongside the returning Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet,  there’s now Austin Butler, Florence Pugh and Christopher Walken . This time, we follow Chalamet’s Paul Atreides on his journey of vengeance across the arid desert planet of Arrakis – all set to a score from legendary composer Hans Zimmer. To celebrate the launch, the Everyman cinema chain has teamed up with Green & Black's to offer viewers a complimentary bar of Green & Black's dark chocolate with every ticket, while a special non-alcoholic cocktail made with Everleaf Forest, passion fruit syrup and topped with ginger ale, will also be available.

Various locations

Visit EverymanCinema.com


The Orange At Cubitt House

Thanks to the team at Cubitt House, who have meticulously restored The Coach Makers Arms, The Builder’s Arms and The Grazing Goat, the doors to one of London’s most historic pubs are now open again. The Orange pays homage to the pub’s roots, but go a floor up and there are expertly restored dining rooms, as well as a terrace. Under the direction of chef Ben Tish, there’s a new seasonal menu that holds onto that old pub charm: dishes include roast squid with za’tar and aioli, or ribeye steak with roasted onions and comté.

37 Pimlico Road, Belgravia, SW1W 8NE

Visit CubittHouse.co.uk


International Women’s Day Headshot Initiative

Back for another year, The Doyle Collection is kicking off its Women in Business programme by taking professional-level headshots in its hotels across the UK. The Marylebone will run sessions between 9am and 4:30pm on 5th and 6th March, with refreshments served throughout the day. The hotel group is also hosting a series of special events, including a panel discussion headed up by SL contributor Jo Good at The Marylebone, and an in-conversation session on ‘Redefining the Diva’ led by senior V&A curator Kate Bailey at The Kensington.

93 Marylebone High Street, Marylebone, W1U 4RD

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