What To Do This Weekend 16.11.22
What To Do This Weekend 16.11.22

What To Do This Weekend 16.11.22


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From proper cinematic experiences and special dinners to a menswear sample sale, here’s what to get stuck into…


All Good Beer x Tom’s Pasta

East End bottle shop All Good Beer has teamed up with local restaurant Tom’s Pasta for Friday night beer and pasta deliveries. Bundles start from £20 and include a selection of All Good’s beers or wine – look out for breweries like Boxcar, Beak, The Kernel and Pressure Drop – plus Tom’s signature dish… 16-hour beef shin lasagne. There’s a veggie option, as well as sides like burrata, and a proper tiramisu for dessert. For deliveries to postcodes in and around east and north London, order through All Good’s website by Wednesday evenings to receive your grub that Friday.

Visit AllGoodBeer.co.uk



Waterloo’s IMAX cinema was recently taken over by the BFI and it’s just reopened its doors after a huge renovation. There’s a new screen – the largest in the UK at 65ft tall and 85ft wide – plus cutting-edge laser projection, a 12-channel sound system for a fully immersive experience, and comfortable new seats. As well as new releases, the cinema will show immersive and XR content and films from the BFI archive. In the coming months, look out for events, anniversary screenings and premieres. Tickets start from £14.

1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, SE1 8XR

Visit BFI.org.uk


Ukraine Charity Dinner at Clapton Country Club

Clapton Country Club has teamed up with Other World Wines to host a charity dinner on Saturday 19th November to raise funds for Ukraine and those affected by the war. Celebrating Ukrainian culture through food and drink, music and art, guests will receive a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, before tucking into a menu of tapas-style dishes with more wine from Ukrainian vineyards. After the meal, there will be live music performances from artists including pianist Oksana Germanchuk. Tickets start from £80pp and include entries into the raffle. 

The Tram Depot, 38-40 Upper Clapton Road, Clapton, E5 8BQ

Visit DesignMyNight.com


Reiss Sample Sale

We rate Reiss for high-end looks at high-street prices, so you might see us at its sample sale at the Music Room in Mayfair. Today until Saturday 19th November, you’ll find a selection of menswear at up to 80% OFF, including suits, jackets, knitwear, shirts and trousers. Whether you’re after new outfits for the festive season, or just want to update your autumn/winter wardrobe, it’s a great chance to find new hero pieces. 

26 South Molton Lane, Mayfair, W1K 5LF

Visit TheMusicRoom.co.uk


Pitchside by Skylight

If you’re wondering where to watch the England boys battle it out in Qatar from Monday, Skylight has taken over the second floor of Tobacco Dock and created a World Cup-themed bar. The 500-capacity Pitchside is the biggest sports bar in the UK. Watch matches on five cinematic LED screens (every seat in the house will be able to see one), order street food and beer, and expect matchday entertainment such as live hosts and half-time DJs. Pitchside will be open until 1am throughout the tournament. Tickets start from £5pp.

Tobacco Dock, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, E1W 2SF

Visit SkylightBars.com


‘A Cinematic Spectacle’ by Woodford Reserve Whiskey

Woodford Reserve Whiskey has created a new experience so cinemagoers around the UK can watch new releases on the big screen while enjoying whisky cocktails and small plates. On Thursday 17th November, there’s an early preview of The Menu (starring Ralph Fiennes and ‎Anya Taylor-Joy‎) at Curzon Hoxton. Guests can enjoy three cocktails made with flavours inspired by the film, alongside a menu of savoury and sweet snacks from Soho restaurant Rita’s. The next event in the series takes place on Saturday 18th February at Manchester’s Mini Cini cinema, when guests can watch Everything Everywhere All At Once. Tickets cost £40pp, which includes drinks, food and seats.

55 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, N1 6BU; Ducie Street, Manchester, M1 2TP

Visit Eventbrite.co.uk


Times New Roadman at Browns East

Times New Roadman was an anonymous artist, until he decided to reveal himself on Instagram last month. Roadman – otherwise known as Bournemouth-based Niall Gallagher – has amassed more than 50k followers on social media over the last couple of years thanks to his satirical pop art-inspired work. See it up close at a new exhibition named ‘Once Upon A Times In East' at Browns East gallery in Shoreditch. Featuring 30 works tackling a range of themes from politics to culture, Gallagher himself has described the exhibition as “visual marmite”. Decide for yourselves.  

21 Club Row, Shoreditch, E2 7EY; until Saturday 31st December 

Visit BrownsFashion.com


An Evening With Quiet Man

Quiet Man is the new name in menswear to have on your radar. To celebrate its launch, the brand has teamed up with some of London’s best restaurants for a series of dinners. Book ahead to secure a place at Soho’s Quo Vadis on Tuesday 6th December, when guests will sit down in the restaurant’s Blue Room for a menu of pork rillettes with pickles and toast, and a festive chicken or turkey pie. Quiet Man’s founder Martin Bartle will host the evening alongside QV’s owner and restaurateur Jeremy Lee. If you can’t make it next month, Martin’s hosting another event at French brasserie Maison François with its founder François O’Neill on Thursday 26th January. Tickets start from £75pp, plus extra for wine pairings.

Visit Quiet-Man.com

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