London In The Sky Restaurant Returns – Book Now!
London in the Sky returns to London this September with a brand new location and chef line-up. Suspended 25 metres from the ground the restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and Champagne Taittinger flights for guests looking to enjoy the best food and drink London has to offer, in an exhilarating environment. This year the view moves from the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf to the iconic vistas around Tower Bridge. The restaurant will run from the 17th to the 30th September 2015 at the prestigious St Katharine Docks. With food from some of London’s top chefs including Dan Doherty of Duck & Waffle and Tom Aikens of Tom’s Kitchen. Tickets go on sale 17th July with breakfast starting at £50 per head.
Eventbrite Summer School
Throughout July, Eventbrite Summer School invites early risers to enjoy an exciting timetable of pre-work classes, designed to champion morning learning. The month-long series, held in Central London, includes interactive lessons and dynamic workshops across food and drink, wellbeing, languages and music. Learn how to put together a floral crown with Rose & Wolf or try your hand at distilling vodka and gin with Chase Distillery. To see the full schedule of classes at Eventbrite Summer School and to book your space visit: Eventbrite.co.uk.
Find it at Sottoscala, Pizza Pilgrims, 11 Kingly Street, London W1B 5PW.
Comedy in the Courtyard
On Thursday 30th July, St Martin’s Courtyard will be transformed into an open-air comedy club for one night only showcasing the sharpest comedic talent from across the country with a line-up that includes Joel Dommett, Justin Moorhouse and Aisling Bea. Tickets are free and 75 pairs can be accessed through an online ballot and through Facebook. If you’re not one of the lucky ones to win a pair of tickets, don’t panic – a small allocation will be available on a first come, first served basis from 6:30pm on the night.
Find it at St Martin’s Courtyard, Slingsby Pl, London WC2E 9AB
Beer education at ‘The Knowledge’
Launching this week on the 14th July, sees ‘The Knowledge’. A set of masterclasses expertly devised by Meantime’s Master Brewer Alastair Hook and Beer Sommelier of the Year Rod Jones and hosted at Meantime’s state of the art brewery in Greenwich. Classes range from beginner through to advanced, with additional evening classes covering an array of topics including ‘How to Taste Beer’; ‘London’s Beer History’; ‘How Beer is Made’ and ‘Beer and Cheese’ matching.
Find it at Meantime’s Brewery, Lawrence Trading Estate, Blackwall Ln, London SE10 0AR
City Academy at Regent Street
If you are in Regent Street this July you might notice that on Sundays the street is traffic free. This is because City Academy will be performing a variety of arts performances and dance workshops every Sunday in July between 12pm-6pm. Visitors will have the unique opportunity to participate in dance workshops taking place in the middle of one of the world’s most iconic streets. The workshops, led by professional dance tutors, will cover a range of styles from DIVA Dance to Swing, Contemporary Dance to Salsa. No booking is required; the workshops are free and open to everyone. For more information visit www.regentstreetonline.com/summerstreets/