What’s On | March 2016

Cocktails In The City

Cocktails In The City

Cocktail lovers, don’t miss Cocktails In The City taking place 10-12th March at One Mayfair. The three-day event will showcase over 20 world-renowned bars and this year for the first time there will also be an international bar including Pair’s Little Red Door and Door 74 Amsterdam. Enjoy a masterclass such as What if Tequila were British? with Oxo Tower and Patron Tequila or Tales of the Sazerac with Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar and Rittenhouse Rye/Maxime Trijol. Tickets are £15 and include one cocktail, multiple complimentary experiences and cocktail booklet www.cocktailsinthecity.co.uk/london.

Cocktails In The City

Coin Laundry’s Vintage Clothing Stall

Do something different this lunch break and check out Coin Laundry’s pop Vintage Clothing Stall which will be popping up every second Thursday in Exmouth Market. The pop-up will be held in the basement of Coin Laundry and open from 1-6pm. The stall will be hosted by Sarah Horrillo who can regularly be found selling her vintage finds at bustling Portobello Market. Never a better excuse to eat and shop! Find it at 70 Exmouth Market.

Coin Laundry Vintage Pop Up

Romeo & Juliet With Backyard Cinema

Relive one of Oscar winner Leo DiCaprio’s finest moments in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo & Juliet, as you watch the movie in a candle-lit church with a live choir in Baker Street to mark the 20th anniversary of the film. To celebrate Backyard Cinema are holding intimate screenings from 29th March – 9th April at St Mary’s Church. The sensational, Some Voices choir will accompany the film, performing live versions from its famous soundtrack, including; Young Hearts, Everybody’s Free and Kissing You. Tickets are priced from £20 and also include Saturday matinees, available from backyardcinema.co.uk.

Romeo & Juliet Backyard Cinema

The Getty Images Gallery

Getty Images have a new exhibition ‘Creative In Focus’ taking place at the Getty Images Gallery just off Oxford Street. The exhibition features 70 photographs from award-winning photographers around the globe. The aspirational, the surreal and the imaginative are themes brought to life throughout. The Creative in Focus exhibition takes place until the 26th March at the Getty Images Gallery, 46 Eastcastle Street. Entry is free, www.gettyimagesgallery.com.

Getty Images Exhibition

Image: Ballyscalon, Getty Images

Little Nan’s 90’s Party Bar

Open every Tuesday-Saturday for 10 weeks until the 1st of May in Shoreditch, Little Nan’s have transformed their favourite London creative space, the Red Gallery on Rivington Street into a Kitsch Haven. Guests can book in for 2 hours and can expect bottomless teapot cocktails, a photobooth, unlimited pic ‘n’ mix, 90’s decor and tunes and a specially named cocktail if you have booked in on a celebration. How do you get in? Whisper the password given on booking to the gallery attendant and you’re in! Book at www.designmynight.com.

Little Nan Pop Up

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