A Royal occasion calls for one hell of a celebration. ‘Superbloom’ is coming to the Tower of London – an immersive floral installation that will see visitors enter the medieval moat and be transported through a field of blooms around the famous fortress. Running all summer, the flowers will take pride of place to celebrate her Maj’s 70 years on the throne. Booking from 1 June to mid September.BOOK NOW
Every Thursday, from 12 noon to 12.45pm, Devonshire Square offers free yoga classes delivered by Fitness First certified Yoga instructor Lucy Stokes. The complimentary Yoga classes are part of the Square’s Fitness & Wellness programme and are suitable to everyone, including complete beginners.
The lessons take place in the newly refurbished suite located on the 2nd floor of Building 9a. To join, email the Front Desk on email@example.com.
Saturdays in Spitalfields just got spicier. Coqbull have launched Summer Sessions – a Vinyl House & Disco Record pop-up combined with loads of signature tasty snacks at their new Spitalfields branch. Running every Saturday from 3 to 8pm, it’s the perfect way to spend a summer afternoon in town.BOOK NOW
Inspired by the wildflower Superbloom installation at the Tower of London, Afternoon Tea at Pan Pacific’s Orchid Lounge has had a royal makeover. In honour of the Jubilee the hotel has launched a tea fit for a Queen – with English sparkling wine, handmade delectables in traditional British flavours on the menu. And of course, everything has that distinctive, Pan Pacific trademark Singaporean twist. Marvellous!BOOK NOW
London Craft Week is back! Celebrating outstanding British and international creativity, the festival brings together over 250 established and emerging makers, designers, brands and galleries from around the world. In the City, the Royal Exchange welcomes the return of The Makers Market, the Ned hosts a workshop with patchwork fashion designer Daniel W. Fletcher, and more. See ‘More Info’ for the full programme.MORE INFO
Chocolate and cocktails? Sounds like a pretty sweet combo … dive into a delicious menu of chocolatey drinks at the Chocolate Cocktail Club in Farringdon. Including: their signature Chocotini, twists on your favourite cocktail classics (chocolate espresso martini, anyone?), and many more original concoctions. Plus, a great menu of savoury and sweet treats. Willy Wonka would be proud.BOOK NOW
Revolve Brasserie has arrived, bringing in a new era of dining in the City. The restaurant’s guest chef series will give the City access to a unique, rotating line-up of some of the world’s top culinary superstars – introducing the very best regional and international chefs to the London food scene and bringing with them a new wave of dishes to the menu each month. Not one to miss!BOOK NOW
A journey through immersive, interactive installations and digital works, Our Time on Earth is an immersive exhibition that invites us to experience a range of perspectives of our shared planet. Through art, design, science, music and philosophy, the exhibition presents a range of radical visions for the future of all species, transforming the conversation around the climate emergency.BOOK NOW
Zadie Smith, one of the most influential cultural figures in Britain, joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra for a concert blurring boundaries between music and words.
Music has always coursed through Smith’s works. At university she worked as a jazz singer while her 2016 novel Swing Time, long listed for the Booker Prize, explores her love of music and dance. In the latest of our collaborations with great writers, Smith joins the orchestra for this entertaining concert exploring the music, ideas and artists who have challenged, provoked and inspired her.
Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) plays the title role in Shakespeare’s thrilling study of nationalism, war and the psychology of power.
Fresh to the throne, King Henry V launches England into a bloody war with France. When his campaign encounters resistance, this inexperienced new ruler must prove he is fit to guide a country into war.
Directed by Max Webster (Life of Pi), this exciting modern production explores what it means to be English and our relationship to Europe, asking: do we ever get the leaders we deserve?BOOK NOW