What To Do This Weekend 15.03.24
What To Do This Weekend 15.03.24

What To Do This Weekend 15.03.24


Wondering what to do with your downtime? SLMan has you covered. From a mushroom workshop to a new workout, here’s what to get stuck into…

Get A Culture Fix:

Andy Warhol: Beyond The Brand

From his Campbell’s soup cans to his fluorescent Marilyns, Andy Warhol is a defining modern artist. Mayfair’s Halycon Gallery has just extended its Andy Warhol: Beyond The Brand exhibition, and it’s worth getting down there while you still can. There are rare works from throughout his career, alongside works from contemporaries including Basquiat and Keith Haring.

148 New Bond Street, Mayfair, W1S 2TR; until 7th April

Visit HalcyonGallery.com

Update Your Wardrobe:

Richard James

Savile Row stalwart Richard James has dressed celebs from Prince William to Stormzy. For the rest of us, he’s opened a flagship store on Clifford Street, just around the corner from menswear’s most famous street. The two-floor, £2m ‘House of Richard James’ is the place to go for bespoke and made-to-measure pieces – it showcases the designer’s daring signature style, and heralds a brighter future for the traditional suit. 

19 Clifford Street, Mayfair, W1S 3RH 

Visit Richard-James.com

Try A New Workout:

Studio Fix

Just off High Street Ken, Studio Fix comprises three studios showcasing six distinct class concepts. There’s the Lagree Megaformer – an LA favourite making its London debut – and Paola’s Body Barre, among more familiar HIIT, yoga and boxing options. There are also specially adapted classes for wheelchair users. Pay-as-you-go pricing starts from £25 per class, with class packs from £120, and membership packages from £220.

24a Old Court Place, Kensington, W8 4PD

Visit StudioFix.co.uk


Celebrate St Patrick’s Day:

BÓHA London

Whether you’re Irish or one of those who’ve jumped on the Guinness hype train since The Devonshire opened its doors, the St Patrick’s Day celebrations at BÓHA are sure to be fun. For the occasion, the team is hosting a brunch service on Saturday 16th March, followed by a St Patrick’s Day Sunday roast, after which there will be a party downstairs in The Shibeen, live music and entertainment, DJs and plenty of Guinness.

562 King's Road, Chelsea, SW6 2DZ

Visit BohaLondon.com

Continue The Festivities:

The Audley Public House

If you want to keep things traditional – and pub focused – for the celebration, Audley Public House is putting on live traditional Irish music from lively ceilidh band, Rakish Paddy. From 2pm on 17th March, they will be providing the vibe and filling the pub with the sound of fiddles. And, to soak up the whiskey, there will be hearty dishes like Irish lamb stew and Guinness rarebit on hand.

41-43 Mount Street, Mayfair, W1K 2RX

Visit TheAudleyPublicHouse.com

Nick Wappington

Catch An Exhibition:

Nick Wappington at Hamiltons Gallery

Hamiltons is one of the capital’s top galleries for contemporary photography, previously showing works by the likes of Mario Testino and Richard Avedon. This week brings a showcase for British photographer Nick Waplington, featuring image variations and fresh works from his classic Living Room series, which depicts life in his hometown of Nottingham in the 90s.

13 Carlos Place, Mayfair, W1K 2EU

Visit HamiltonsGallery.com

Learn Something New:

Shroomshop London

If you’ve been paying attention to the health scene recently, you’ll know mushrooms are big news. This evening, Darren Le Baron, a master in his field, is heading up a mushroom cultivation workshop at Studio 9294. Attendees will delve into the fundamentals of cultivation, and discover a range of methods for cultivating gourmet and medicinal mushrooms.

92-94 Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN; Wednesday 13th March, 6.30-9.30pm

Visit Dandelion.events

See A Show:

Harry Clarke

Billy Crudup (No Man’s Land, The Morning Show, Almost Famous) stars in Harry Clarke, a play arriving at the Ambassadors Theatre this week – with Crudup playing 19 characters in its 80-minutes run time. The play follows a Midwestern man who is masquerading as a suave Londoner to charm his way into the upper echelons of New York society. It has touches of Saltburn, The Talented Mr Ripley and Parasite – so if you liked them, you’ll like this.

West Street, West End, WC2H 9ND; 9th March-11th May

Visit HarryClarkeThePlay.com

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