Another week, another weekend. Wondering what to do? Don’t worry we’ve got it sorted.
Free: So it’s the last weekend for Brains at the Wellcome Collection, where on display are over 150 artefacts, including real brains – gory! Explore humankind’s cultural relationship with the most complex organ in our body…
Not so free: The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy opened on the 4th and is already getting quite a bit of attention, find out what it’s all about from £11.50.This year the features artists such as Michael Landy, Tracey Emin and Ken Howard.
Here are two very different places to get your shop on this Saturday…
Minted: There’s a sale on over at Jimmy Choo on Sloane Street. We’re not sure how much of a discount will be knocked off the iconic footwear but it might be worth a look…
Skint: Cabbages and Frocks market are going to be at the Marlyebone Summer Fayre so if you fancy a rummage get down there, nearest tube Baker Street.
If you’re heading to Lovebox this weekend then you might want hit an after-party and even if your not, you can still pop down to one of these on Saturday night.
The official afterparty is down at Ministry of Sound for the sizeable sum of £20. If you don’t fancy paying and did go to Lovebox there’s free entry to Lemonade at The Nest with your ticket and if didn’t go and still want to party, it’s free before 10.30pm or £5 after.
Right so it’s Father’s Day on Sunday remember? Fear not forgetful children, why not take Pops for a slap up meal, nothing says I Love You Dad, more than a decent roast with all the trimmings right… Well maybe buy him a pint too.
Here are three of the best pubs to find a London Roast, what’s more we love their traditional animal based names. Let’s hear it for Smithfield’s local The Old Red Cow, Barbican public house The Jugged Hare and Highgate’s boozer The Bull and Last.
Image: Letisah Grosvenor
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