What To Do This Weekend 14.02.24
What To Do This Weekend 14.02.24

What To Do This Weekend 14.02.24


Wondering what to do with your downtime? SLMan has you covered. From a morning fitness class to a music late, here’s what to get stuck into…

Start Your Weekend Right

KXU: Brunch & Bike

Life is all about balance, and KXU – a cool fitness centre near Sloane Square – now serves breakfast on both Saturdays and Sundays to accompany your workout. Start your weekend with a spin class on Saturday and a nutritious brunch on Sunday. Choose from salads like chopped chicken or Korean jackfruit, smoked salmon bagels or scrambled eggs. 

241 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, SW1X 0BP

Visit KXU.co.uk

Get A Date Night Right


For a casual date night, mark your calendars for Saturday, 17th February, when New Theory and World Famous Gordos are joining forces. The Gordos slice shop in Netil Market will be serving ox-heart ragu pizza slices paired with Love Bite, a juicy low-intervention red wine by New Theory. A slice and a glass come in at just £6.90.

23 Westgate Street, London Fields, E8 3RL; 4-8pm

Visit @WorldFamousGordos

Grab A Bargain:

Tom Dixon Sample Sale

Tom Dixon, best known for its quirky, mid-century furniture and one-of-a-king light fixtures, is hosting a massive sample sale at its store in King’s Cross, offering discounts of up to 80% on former display items. From furniture and accessories to the brand’s trademark welded lights, the sale includes a diverse selection of exhibition, warehouse, ex-display and discontinued stock. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or some kitchen essentials, you'll find everything you need at discounted prices. Open from 10am-7pm, this is the last weekend of the sale. Plus, entry is free, you just need to register.

Coal Drops Yard, Stable Street, King’s Cross, N1C 4DQ; until 18th February

Visit Eventbrite.co.uk

Discover New Music

Bang & Olufsen Music Lates

Bang & Olufsen's New Bond Street store has begun a music series, featuring exclusive performances by emerging London artists every Thursday evening. The flagship store in Mayfair aims to support local talent through weekly B&O Music Lates shows of R&B, hip-hop, soul and indie. Each night will showcase one artist and DJ.

72 New Bond Street, Mayfair, W1S 1RR; 6-8pm (RSVP only)

Visit EventBrite.co.uk

Book Ahead

Ascot's Spring Family Raceday

Ascot is back for 2024. On Sunday 24th March, the racecourse is hosting a Spring Family Raceday. There will be a seven-race card, featuring runners from Cheltenham Festival, as well as a return of some old favourites during the Veterans’ chase. Alongside the races, there will be fun for the children with an appearance by the Gruffalo, as well as face painting, and arts and crafts. Adult tickets from £30, with free entry for under-18s.

Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7JX

Visit Ascot.com

Grab A Bite

£1 Lunch at Choppaluna

To celebrate the launch of its new spot in Wembley, healthy chopped salad joint Choppaluna is offering customers £1 lunches. Running from Thursday to Sunday this week, between 11am to 2:pm, the first 250 customers can grab a cheap lunch. While it’s famous for its un-boring salads, this promotion is for the chain’s new hot bowls including harissa chicken, Thai peanut curry, beef chilli con carne and a Korean beef bowl. 

Wembley Park, Wembley HA9 0HP; 15th-18th February

Visit Choppaluna.com

Get Some Zen

Zheng Bo ‘Bamboo as Method’

If you need a breather after a busy week, Somerset House is transforming its grand courtyard into a bamboo-filled oasis where you can escape city life for a moment of calm. A free installation by artist Zheng Bo invites visitors to disconnect from their busy lives and immerse themselves in nature. Zheng's commission is part of Somerset House's annual Courtyard Commission Series, showcasing international contemporary artists known for their innovative approaches to sustainability and ecology.

Somerset House, Strand, Temple, WC2R 1LA; 22nd February-28th April 

Visit SomersetHouse.org.uk

End The Weekend Right

Claridge’s Sunday Lunch

Claridge’s Restaurant has introduced a new three-course Sunday Roast menu. The starters are classics: ham hock terrine, gratinated french onion soup, and seabass and crab fishcake. For the main course, you can pick from Norfolk black leg chicken, roasted Herefordshire rib of beef, or porchetta. To accompany, you can expect all the trimmings: roast potatoes, glazed carrots, seasonal greens and cauliflower and cheese gratin, not forgetting the gravy. Desserts include baked meringue tart and apple crumble. It’s £75 for two courses and £90 for three.

Brook Street, Mayfair, W1K 4HR

Visit Claridges.co.uk

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