What To Do This Weekend 29.11.23
What To Do This Weekend 29.11.23

What To Do This Weekend 29.11.23


Wondering what to do with your downtime? SLMan has you covered. From a cool footwear launch to the annual gig you shouldn’t miss, here’s what to get stuck into…
Photography THE NED; CNN; BOHA

Third Space

Up Your Fitness Game

Third Space

High-end gym group Third Space opens the doors to its ninth club this weekend. The huge venue in Wimbledon will house state-of-the-art fitness equipment and tech, including an Eleiko strength area, an intelligent cycling area with gradient lighting and surround sound, and the group’s first reformer studio. The wellness and recovery facilities, meanwhile, are just the tonic for overworked muscles – think a 25m four-lane pool, heated loungers, a Finnish sauna and a plunge pool. Plus, an early heads-up that the next opening is set for Battersea Power Station.

4 Queen’s Road, Wimbledon, SW19 8YE

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Let Loose

Pete Tong Ibiza Classics At The O2

One of the world's most influential figures in dance music, Pete Tong helped make Ibiza what it was in the 90s, and now headlines the O2 each year with a live orchestra. On Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd December, the DJ and music legend will return to the stage with Jules Buckley and The Essential Orchestra for another performance of Ibiza classics. Expect to hear all-timers from Robert Miles, Faithless and Fatboy Slim.

Peninsula Square, Greenwich, SE10 0DX

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Heecheon Kim/ Hayward Gallery

Catch A Cool Exhibition

Heecheon Kim: Double Poser at Hayward Gallery

In recent years, South Korea has hooked us all with TV and film releases like Squid Game and Parasite. Its latest cultural export is artist and filmmaker Heecheon Kim, whose first UK exhibition will open at the Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery this weekend. Kim explores technology’s impact on human perception and how we trust tech in an ever-changing world of AI, augmented reality, deepfakes and face-swap apps. Using a mix of filmed and found footage, he reflects on memories, emotions and some of the mundane parts of everyday life. 

Hayward Gallery, Belvedere Road, South Bank, SE1 8XX

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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown/ Amazon Prime/ CNN

Support A Good Cause

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Marathon

Anthony Bourdain’s travelogue Parts Unknown was one of the most successful and thought-provoking documentary series of its kind. Gritty and real, it followed the chef and author as he travelled the globe, exploring diverse culture and foods, and interviewing people from all walks of life he met along the way. In homage to Bourdain, on Sunday 3rd December you can watch a hand-picked marathon of the best episodes at Crate Brewery in Hackney, with all ticket proceeds going to the Samaritans.

Crate Brewery, Unit 7 Queen's Yard, Hackney, E9 5EN

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Human Race/ adidas

Cop Some Cool Trainers

Humanrace x adidas

Pharrell Williams' wellness brand Humanrace has collaborated with adidas on a collection of sneakers. The NMD S1 MAHBS are inspired by Pharrell’s love of travel and showcase his eye for colour – natural and pastel tones to choose from include mint, oatmeal and pink. We reckon the two-toned sneaker with hints of brown would be a worthy addition to any weekend wardrobe. 

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Eat With Your Mates

BÓHA London

Meet your mates at the newest spot on the King’s Road. Start the evening with a selection of sharing plates from a menu of British and Irish classics, like scallop ceviche and wagyu fillet. Continue the night in the 1920s-inspired speakeasy downstairs. Here, you’ll find cocktails, wines and champagnes, as well as a rotating list of DJs responsible for building a party atmosphere on Fridays and Saturdays.

562 King's Road, Chelsea, SW6 2DZ

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The Ned

Do Christmas Right

Christmas Carols with Gareth Malone at The Ned

End the weekend with a festive evening at The Ned. Gareth Malone and his choir will perform on the City venue’s Nickel Stage on the ground floor. Expect to hear Christmas classics old and new. Millie’s Lounge and Cecconi’s seated tickets are £150pp, which includes a three-course set menu. There are more seated tickets at The Nickel Bar or standing tickets cost £45pp with entry from 8pm. Tickets are available for on Sunday 3rd, 10th and 17th December.

27 Poultry, City, EC2R 8AJ

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