What To Do This Weekend 02.03.22

What To Do This Weekend 02.03.22


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From an immersive Batman event to new restaurant menus, here’s what to get stuck into…


The Batman Immersive Experience At Rio Cinema, Dalston

To mark the release of The Batman, Rio Cinema in Dalston is hosting an immersive experience this weekend. From Friday 4th to Sunday 6th March, the cinema will be transformed into Gotham City for three days of screenings in collaboration with Oreo cookies. Guests will be encouraged to spot DC characters in the theatre, and solve clues and challenges, before watching the film on the big screen. Tickets cost £13.50pp – order popcorn and exclusive Oreo treats from the bar.

107 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, E8 2PB

Visit RioCinema.org.uk


Meatliquor x Foo Fighters Studio 666 Burger

Meatliquor has teamed up with Foo Fighters for a new burger celebrating the band’s new film, Studio 666. Available at all 12 sites across the UK, the Studio 666 burger (£16.66) contains three beef patties, hot sauce, American cheese, pickles, white onion, lettuce and 666 Mayo – served alongside tater tots. Add on a special Studio 666 edition of London Brewing Co’s Gigglemug for an extra £6.66. When you’re done, head to the cinema to watch the film, which sees Foo Fighters battle it out with supernatural forces while recording their tenth studio album. As wild as it sounds.

Various sites

Visit Meatliquor.com



Jocelyn Bain Hogg Exhibition At Leica Gallery

Photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg has captured some of world’s most famous faces during his 30-year career. In his own words, “I’ve seen the dark side of organised crime, been shot at in Palestine, stood on the podium in Ibiza’s Manumission with Fatboy Slim, been winked at by Uma Thurman in Cannes, and fallen over in front of Joan Rivers wearing my kilt at the Oscars.” This exhibition showcases some of his best work from 1985 to 2011. The exhibition is available to see until Sunday 27th March.

64-66 Duke Street, Mayfair, W1K 6JD

Visit Leica-Camera.com



Steve has just opened at the new Seven Dials Playhouse theatre. The show debuted in New York (under the direction of Cynthia Nixon) at Joe Allen restaurant. Now, Londoners can watch the action in a replica version of Joe Allen, complete with full working bar. The play tells the story of Steven (David Ames), a middle-aged, gay New Yorker who, after spending his entire life in the spotlight, is struggling to come to terms with the fact that his party is over. It’s a sharp-witted comedy about the highs and lows of getting older, and what it really means to be alive. To celebrate the release, Joe Allen in London is offering 15% off post-theatre dinner for ticketholders.

1A Tower Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9NP

Visit SevenDialsPlayhouse.co.uk


1989 Clubhouse

1989 Clubhouse is a new members club in Covent Garden. Amid some swanky interiors, each room has a different theme, from a Parisian style lounge to an art deco-inspired bar with leather seating and mirrored walls. Upstairs, guests in the bar can order cocktails and an extensive selection of whiskies, before venturing downstairs to the White Room for pan-Asian dishes with wine pairings. Or just catch up with the boys over beers in the Red Room, which is a little more relaxed. Memberships prices available on request.

17 Mercer Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9QJ

Visit 1989Clubhouse.com


Shaun Keaveny's Creative Cul de Sac

Broadcaster Shaun Keaveny has a new podcast where he asks industry creatives to share some of their best ideas and creative designs to inspire listeners to think outside of the box. Whether it’s an idea buried in a notebook or scribbled on the back of a beer mat, Shaun also asks each guest about the secrets they haven’t shared before. Expect to hear from the likes of comedian and artist Vic Reeves, actress Nina Conti, presenter Greg James and comedian Tim Key. You can even leave your own bright ideas on the Cul de Sac voicemail.

Listen here


Mortimer House

Mortimer House has a new Sunday lunch offering. Served every week from 11am to 4pm, a seasonal menu takes inspiration from Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Choose from starters like mac and cheese; duck terrine; blood orange and agretti; and octopus carpaccio with basil emulsion and aubergine. The main course is a twist on a typical roast – think slow roast pork belly with cannellini beans and romesco sauce to share; battered seabream; and braised ox cheeks with bagna cauda (a warm sauce made from garlic and anchovies).

37-41 Mortimer Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 3JH

Visit MortimerHouse.com

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