What To Do This Weekend 23.02.22
What To Do This Weekend 23.02.22

What To Do This Weekend 23.02.22


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From new openings and supper clubs to a one-off Beatles exhibition, here’s what to get stuck into…


Adam Byatt Supper Club, Upstairs At Trinity

Michelin star-winning Adam Byatt is hosting a series of supper clubs at his restaurants across London. On Monday 28th February, diners can enjoy a delicious six-course meal at Upstairs at Trinity in Clapham. The menu includes dishes like three baked regal oysters with iberico ham, sea urchin orzo, slip sole baked in seaweed and urchin butter, and wild turbot with champagne sauce. For dessert, expect rhubarb poached in champagne. Tickets cost £195pp, including champagne and wine pairings.

Upstairs, 4 The Polygon, Clapham, SW4 0JG

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With A Little Help From My Lens Exhibition At The Hari Hotel

The Hari has just opened an exhibition featuring 48 photographs taken by Tommy Hanley, including never-seen-before images of The Beatles and other 60s icons. Hanley was one of the few to spend time with the band over the course of 30 years and his pictures showcase his close relationship with them – from their humble beginnings to images shot in the Apple offices shortly before their breakup. Yoko Ono Lennon has even given permission to include a few of Tommy’s iconic shots of John Lennon from her private collection. The exhibition is open until Saturday 2nd April.

20 Chesham Place, Belgravia, SW1X 8HQ

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Tom Kerridge x Dishpatch

Tom Kerridge has teamed up with Dishpatch to bring his classic dishes from The Coach straight to your door. Available to order now for delivery on Friday 4th March, at-home boxes (£80) feed two and include truffled tunworth gougères; potted shrimp on grilled sourdough with dill cucumber; ale-braised beef short ribs with English mustard mash; or lamb shank shepherd’s pie with curried mash, coriander and mint dressing; and date and toffee pudding with Jersey clotted cream. 

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Landmark Pinnacle Gym, Canary Wharf

Landmark Pinnacle in Canary Wharf has opened the UK’s highest gym – on its 56th floor. Overlooking the Thames, you can work out on state-of-the-art Technogym equipment including cardio machines and free weights, or tone up in the yoga and Pilates studio. There’s even a golf simulator with a putting green.

40 Landmark Square, Canary Wharf, E14 9AB

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Downfall: The Case Against Boeing

This Netflix doc uncovers the negligence and corporate greed that led to two Boeing 737 MAX plane crashes within five months of each other in 2018 and 2019. With interviews from aviation experts, news journalists, former Boeing employees and the families of victims, the film reveals a culture of reckless cost-cutting and concealment at the once-venerated company. A fierce indictment of Wall Street's corrupting influence, Downfall asks larger questions about the perils of America’s corporate ethos and the staggering human cost. 

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Rondo at The Hoxton, Holborn

Rondo at The Hoxton, Holborn is opening up its kitchen for a three-month chef series that will see some of the UK’s most talented serving three-course meals. On Saturday 26th February Dan Smith (Michelin-starred Fordwich Arms and its new sister pub, The Bridge Arms) will deliver lunch and dinner with Nyetimber wine pairings. Menus include scallop with red meat radish, calamansi and smoked butter sauce; guinea fowl with white asparagus, wild garlic and Périgord truffle; and mascarpone parfait with poached rhubarb and jelly. Guests will also be given salted caramel chocolate petit fours to enjoy at home. Tickets cost £80pp.

199-206 High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V 7BD

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A Good Day To Die By Amen Alonge

Add this debut thriller to your weekend reading list. Amen Alonge’s A Good Day to Die is set in London and takes place in the course of 24 hours. It's been ten years since Pretty Boy left the city – now he's back. No one knows why, but it's clear that revenge is on his mind: he is determined to make the person responsible for his exile from the London scene finally pay. But his plans seem derailed when he takes possession of a bracelet, unaware that its original owner has set a high price for its safe return. Suddenly, the hunter becomes the hunted and Pretty Boy will have to find out if it is indeed a 'good day to die'.

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Kerb Counter, Shoreditch

Street food kingpin Kerb has opened an outpost in Shoreditch for a rotation of food residencies. First up, barbecue masters From the Ashes will be serving grilled meat and bar snacks until Saturday 2nd April. Expect to find the likes of short rib and achiote celeriac tortillas with pico de gallo and homemade pickles; pork pibil and lamb tacos served with ‘pie liquor’ and crispy aubergine with chipotle sauce; and spicy chicken wings with a selection of salsas. There’ll also be a bar for craft beers and cocktails from Gipsy Hill Brewing Co and East London Liquor.

1 Bath Place, Shoreditch, EC2A 3DA

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