What To Do This Weekend 23.02.24
What To Do This Weekend 23.02.24

What To Do This Weekend 23.02.24


Wondering what to do with your downtime? SLMan has you covered. From a cool new play to the reopening of a top restaurant, here’s what to get stuck into…

Get Your Steps In

Anya Hindmarch x Ordnance Survey

2024 has already thrown up some unexpected collaborations – we’re looking at you, Gymbox x Morley’s – and this Anya Hindmarch x Ordnance Survey pop-up also has to go on the list. At The Village in Chelsea, 'Anya Says Walk' will be open until 25th February. The store will be filled with practical walking bags and Anya Says Walk branded items designed for all your walking adventures – plus merch and mags from the likes of And Wander, Pairs socks and Weird Walk.

11 Pont Street, Belgravia, SW1X 9EH

Visit AnyaHindmarch.com

Become A Rock Star

Gibson Garage London

Not far from Oxford Street, the Gibson Garage London opens its doors on Saturday. The space is dedicated to the guitar brand loved by hall of famers such as Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and Bob Marley. Inside, visitors can try out over 300 electric and acoustic guitars from Gibson and Epiphone, and explore a huge selection of Maestro pedals. Whether you're a pro, a casual player, or just a music fan, this is a place to see.

61-62 Eastcastle Street, West End, W1W 8NQ

Visit Gibson.com


Get Date Night Right

Restaurant Story

Good news: after being closed for renovations since February 2023, Tom Sellers’ two Michelin-starred Restaurant Story has reopened in time for its tenth anniversary. The revamped Bermondsey location will showcase an expanded upper level with a balcony, a lounge area, and a fresh open kitchen with a view of a 14-seater table – ideal for private dining set-ups and special occasions.

199 Tooley Street, London Bridge, SE1 2JX

Visit RestaurantStory.co.uk

Get A Culture Fix

The Hills Of California

Playwright Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem, The Ferryman) is collaborating with Hollywood director Sam Mendes (1917, Skyfall, American Beauty) for the second time. Coming to the Harold Pinter theatre, The Hills of California is actually set in Blackpool. It revolves around the Webb sisters, who revisit their mother's dilapidated seaside guest house for one last time during the sweltering summer of ’76.

Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, West End, SW1Y 4DN; until 15th June 

Visit HaroldPinterTheatre.co.uk


Book Ahead

Goodwood Festival of Speed

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is the motor racing celebration to add to your summer calendar. In the sprawling surrounds of historic Goodwood house, visitors can rub shoulders with motorsport's elite – including F1 racers George Russell, Lando Norris and Sebastian Vettel – witness exclusive reveals, and enjoy stunts and displays. Early bird discounts are available until 29th February.

Goodwood House, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PX; 11th-14th July

Visit Goodwood.com

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