This Weekend in London: 29th - 31st January
Sip on award-winning gin whilst taking in views across London, feast on pizza or delectable street food, and get your fix of culture visiting fantastic photographic exhibitions... here is a list of our favourite places to visit across the capital this weekend.
Street feasts re-opens the popular Hawker House at a new location, a warehouse in Canada Water. This indoor night market, just five minutes from London Bridge, is set over two floors with 14 street food traders and 8 bars ripe for exploration.
(Image credit: justopenedlondon; timeout)
Gin pop-up: Swan on a Hot Gin Roof
Sipsmith are the passionate pioneers of London’s artisan gin renaissance. The company has collaborated with the beautiful Ham Yard Hotel, Soho, taking over a hidden roof-terrace.
Enjoy fantastic views across London whilst savouring award-winning gin. Tickets cost £14 and include a complimentary drink and introduction by one of the Sipsmith team.
Unit 14th-February 2016, excluding Mondays.
(Image credit: sipsmith, flamingomonroe)
An organic, vegetarian, zero-waste restaurant and juice bar in Notting hill. This new eatery, opened on 28th January, will use surplus food from suppliers to create a daily-changing, vegetarian menu.
Their aim is to open a permanent restaurant that will raise awareness of the food waste problem, and inspire people to reduce the carbon footprint of their food by eating vegetarian and seasonally.
(Image credit: standard.co.uk)
Unlimited Pizza at Homeslice
Head to Homeslice, Old Street, for their Sunday Slice & Spritz party, and for only £10 see how much pizza you can eat in 90 minutes (we like the sound of this challenge). And, if you fancy, you can enjoy an aeporal spritz for an extra £5.
(Image credit: homeslice, triptease)
Rick Guest: What Lies Beneath
A remarkable series of portraits of male ballet dancers shot by the world-renowned dance photographer Rick Guest. This exhibition at The Hospital Club ends this Sunday, 31st January.
(Image credit: thehospitalclub, Rick Guest)
Noh Suntag: Dance of Order
The critically acclaimed Korean artist, Noh Suntag, examines the history of his homeland through a series of photographic work. This exhibition is free to visit at the Fitzrovia Gallery.
From 28th January – 12 March 2016.
(Image credit: Noh Suntag)
The Ivy Lettings Team hope you have a great weekend!
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