What To Do This Weekend 15.12.2021

What To Do This Weekend 15.12.2021


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From new films and restaurant menus to a blowout Christmas party, here’s what to get stuck into…


The Hand of God

Directed by Paolo Sorrentino (Il Divo, The Great Beauty, The Young Pope), this film tells the story of teenager Fabietto Schisa. It’s 1980 in Naples and Diego Maradona has just arrived in town. Fate takes charge, joy and tragedy intertwine, and Fabietto’s future is set in motion. This is a story of fortune and family, sports and cinema, and love and loss.
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Fitness First Christmas Workouts

To help you stay fit over the festive period, Fitness First has created a free workout series on its online hub, FFX On Demand. The '12 Workouts of Christmas' programme comprises four workouts, four on-demand classes and four challenges to complete over Christmas, designed to help you get moving in between feasting. From 30-minute HIIT and cardio workouts to two-minute core challenges to set your pulse racing, there’s something for every fitness level. 
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Urban Golf

For a night with the boys, Urban Golf is the venue to have on your radar. Play over 60 championship courses on indoor golf simulators, try golf beer pong or throw a few darts. To keep you fuelled, there are burgers and buckets of Beavertown Gamma Ray at the bar.

12 Smithfield Street, Farringdon, EC1A 9LA

Visit UrbanGolf.co.uk


Bone Daddies x Deya

SLMan favourite Bone Daddies has teamed up with brewery Deya to create a new beer. The Hiro IPA – a crisp, hazy beer made with mosaic, simcoe and a whip of citra – has been brewed to go alongside Bone Daddies’ signature ramen bowls. Available to buy online from the Bone Daddies website, the first 100 customers to buy a limited-edition Hiro t-shirt will receive a free beer. It’s also available at all of the bar’s sites – pair it with the T22 bowl, made with pulled chicken, ‘cock scratchings’ (crispy chicken skins), shiitake mushrooms and a Clarence Court egg.

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The Oranj Christmas Party With Gordo's Pizzeria

On Friday 17th December natural wine brand and bottle shop Oranj is teaming up with Gordo’s Pizzeria for a blowout Christmas party at Oranj’s warehouse. Guests can expect an evening of drinks, food, and music from some edgy East End DJs. There’ll be plenty of wine on offer, including sparklers from Veneto and crémant from Alsace, plus mulled wine and cocktails from the new bar menu. Gordo’s will be offering a choice of two pizzas: the ‘Berliner Pie’ featuring bratwurst sausage, veal sausage, beer onions and mustard sauce; and the ‘Tamale Man Calzone’ with slow-cooked chilli pork and Monterey Jack cheese. Tickets cost £10.

From 6pm until late; 14 Bacon Street, Shoreditch, E1 6LF 

Visit Oranj.co.uk


Oyster Happy Hour At Seabird

On the 14th floor of The Hoxton Southwark, Seabird has relaunched its oyster happy hour. Every Monday to Friday from 3pm to 5pm, diners can tuck into Wright Brothers oysters at just £2 each, alongside Noilly Prat martinis, made with either Bombay Sapphire gin or Grey Goose vodka. You can also order a couple of small plates like prawn croquettes with saffron aioli or octopus rolls with padron peppers.

40 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, SE1 8NY

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Black Ivy: A Revolt In Style By Jason Jules

This book charts a period in American history when Black men across the country adopted the clothing of a privileged elite and made it their own. Featuring hundreds of never-seen-before images of Black jazz musicians, political figures, artists, architects and writers (including Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, James Baldwin and Miles Davis) it shows how a generation took the classic ‘Ivy League look’ and made it cool, edgy and unpredictable – while challenging the status quo in 1960s America.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home hits the big screen today. With Spider-Man's identity revealed, the superhero (Tom Holland) is unmasked and can no longer hide his normal life as Peter Parker. When Peter asks for help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), the stakes are raised, forcing the young Avenger to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man.
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