What To Do This Weekend 22.06.22
What To Do This Weekend 22.06.22

What To Do This Weekend 22.06.22


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From summer DJ sessions to a night at the museum, here’s what to get stuck into…


Elvis x Everyman

Baz Luhrmann’s biopic Elvis hits the big screen on Friday. To celebrate, Everyman cinemas across the UK are hosting a special 50s-inspired evening with immersive entertainment and all-American food and snacks. On Friday 24th June from 8.30pm, 31 venues nationwide will turn into retro bars with corn dogs, chips and dips and American cocktails. Expect rock ’n’ roll performances and other slick entertainment before the film. Guests are encouraged to arrive in full 50s attire. Tickets cost £40pp.

Various locations

Visit EverymanCinema.com


San Miguel x Somerset House

Back for a third year, San Miguel has opened a pop-up at Somerset House with a river bar and outdoor terrace. Guests can get a taste of Spain at the open-air bar with a glass of the headline beer or a Spanish-themed cocktail. There are also tapas plates, plus a live DJ and saxophonists every week – this Thursday, Ibiza regular Simo Sax will perform. A great option for catching up with your mates or stopping off for a bite to eat after visiting Somerset House’s galleries, the terrace will be open until early October.

Strand, Covent Garden, WC2R 1LA

Visit SomersetHouse.org.uk


Anderson Paak at House of Vans

Anderson .Paak has created a third collection with Vans, and to celebrate, the eight-time Grammy winner is appearing at House of Vans London on 27th June at 7pm. He’ll perform his top hits, including singles from his album with Bruno Mars, An Evening With Silk Sonic. To win tickets to the one-off gig, sign up at the link below. And don’t forget to check out the new Vanderson drop featuring 70s-style sneakers – there’s even one with .Paak’s face on.

Arches 228, 232 Station Approach Road, Waterloo, SE1 8SW

Visit HouseOf.Vans.eu


AngloThai x Tonkotsu

To celebrate ten years of Tonkotsu, the ramen specialist has teamed up with AngloThai’s John Chantarasak for a special dish at its Soho restaurant. Available until the end of June, the Thai curry tonkotsu (£12) features the restaurant’s 18-hour pork broth topped with thin-cut homemade noodles, braised pork belly, pickled mustard greens, spring onion, coriander, an egg and a nest of crispy fried noodles. On Wednesday 29th June, there’s also a whisky tasting evening where guests will be served a highball on arrival, followed by six Japanese whiskies with small dishes from the menu (£35pp).

63 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 4QG

Visit Tonkotsu.co.uk


CoqBull x Spitalfields Summer Sessions

Restaurant CoqBull has teamed up with Spitalfields Market for a series of summer sessions. On Saturdays from 3pm until 8pm, its terrace will host a record pop-up shop, with vinyl DJ sets from East London artists like Simon Bays, JOS, E.Wan, Josh Dunleavey and Marlon. Guests can order CoqBull’s signature rotisserie chicken (cooked on the terrace), plus burgers like the Smokin’ Coq burger with smoked applewood cheese or the Ragin’ Bull with jalapenos and habanero mayo. The pop-up bar is stocked with Guinness, CoqBull lager, Beavertown Neck Oil and more. 

65A Brushfield Street, Spitalfields, E1 6AA

Visit Coqbull.co.uk



Summer in the Square at Baker Street

Summer in the Square returns to Baker Street this weekend. Over the next few weeks, visitors can take part in workshops and eat food from pop-ups by Chotto Matte, Wulf & Lamb, and street food kingpins Kang Foo Noodles, Bao Kusina and Funky Elephant – all washed down with whisky cocktails or craft beers from the bar. From Tuesday 5th to Sunday 10th July, the big screen on the green will show every Wimbledon match. Meet your mates at the Pimm’s stall before matches begin. 

Portman Square Garden, Baker Street, W1H 6LT

Visit BakerStreetQ.co.uk


Fatto a Mano, King’s Cross

Brighton and Hove’s Fatto a Mano has opened its first London outpost in King’s Cross. Specialising in Neapolitan pizzas and craft beer, dishes are made with proper Italian ingredients sourced from a family run business in Campania. Tuck into margaritas and other flavours like homemade tomato and olive ’nduja, fennel sausage and parmesan, and salami and artichokes. Add on sides like garlic and rosemary fries, burrata, or bruschetta, then wash it down with Fatto’s signature pilsner or a classic negroni. 

Unit 1, 3 Pancras Square, King’s Cross, N1C 4AG

Visit FattoAManoPizza.com


Welcome Home Dippy at the Natural History Museum

Dippy, the Natural History Museum’s diplodocus skeleton, has returned to the museum after a five-year tour around the UK. To celebrate his return, the museum is hosting a special event with palaeontologists and conservationists on Friday 24th June from 6.30pm. Guests will learn what it takes to look after the 292-bone skeleton of a 26m diplodocus and find out what creatures roamed the earth with dinosaurs. On the night, you can also pay for a 30-minute tour of the Tank Room where hundreds of ancient wet specimens are stored in alcohol. Tickets cost £19.

Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD

Visit NHM.ac.uk

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