What To Do This Weekend 28.04.21

What To Do This Weekend 28.04.21


Wondering what to do this weekend? SLMan has you covered. From new outdoor dining options to a virtual literary festival, here’s what to get stuck into…

BOOK A TABLE: SSAW Collective x Newcomer Wines

SSAW Collective and Newcomer Wines are collaborating to create an al fresco dining experience for spring. Championing ethical producers and regenerative farms in the UK, the menu will celebrate simple and fresh ingredients, served in the beautiful setting of Newcomer Wines’ garden in Dalston. The residency will showcase a new set menu each week, with dishes including pickled mussels and coriander on toast; barbecued asparagus with nettle butter sauce; English mozzarella with braised greens and dill; barbecued hogget and green sauce; little gems with radishes, dill and bread salad; and Jersey royals with wild garlic butter. Diners can also enjoy a selection of organic and natural wines. Running Thursdays to Saturdays until the end of June, tickets cost £50 per head.

Dalston Lane, Dalston, E8 3DF

Visit Resy.com

MEET YOUR MATES: Skylight Canalside x KERB

On Saturday 1st May, Skylight opens a rooftop pop-up in collaboration with the street food masters Kerb. Taking over the Quayside area at Tobacco Dock, it’s a rotating offering, with two new Kerb food trucks parking up each month – up first, it’s Fundi Pizza and Tongue N Cheek with options for both meat eaters and vegans. Skylight will be on hand with an extensive drink selection, including craft beer and ales, plus pitchers of cocktails. Put your order in, then enjoy the garden games on offer. If you fancy it, tables are expected to go quickly.

Tobacco Dock, Wapping, E1W 2SF

Visit TobaccoDockLondon.com

SSAW Collective x Newcomer Wines
SSAW Collective x Newcomer Wines


The London Library’s Literature Fest
The London Library’s Literature Fest

LEARN SOMETHING NEW: The London Library’s Literature Fest

From Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd May, the London Library will host its annual literature festival. Taking place online for the second year in a row, guest speakers at the 180th anniversary celebration include Salman Rushdie, Tom Stoppard, Polly Samson, Philippe Sands, Monique Roffey, C Pam Zhang and Edmund de Waal. Don’t miss Rebecca West’s performance of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own and a discussion about underrepresented voices led by Bidisha and Virago founder Lennie Goodings. Tickets to individual events cost £5 and weekend passes are £25.

Visit LondonLibraryLitFest.co.uk


If you’re yet to catch Netflix’s Concrete Cowboy, add it to your watch list this weekend. While spending the summer in North Philadelphia, troubled teen Cole (Caleb McLaughlin) is caught between a life of crime and his estranged father’s urban-cowboy subculture. With an all-Black cast that includes Idris Elba, Jharrel Jerome and Lorraine Toussaint, the film is based on Greg Neri’s brilliant novel Ghetto Cowboy.
Visit Netflix.com

Concrete Cowboy
Concrete Cowboy
Letters From A Serial Killer
Letters From A Serial Killer

TRY NEW FLAVOURS: Two Tribes Campfire X From The Ashes BBQ

 Head down to King’s Cross this weekend for the launch of Campfire – an outdoor fire pit and taproom by Two Tribes Brewery. Diners can watch live fire chefs cook up a storm, while listening to top DJs and musical talent, and enjoying a selection of exclusive brews fresh from the Two Tribes brewery. Dishes courtesy of barbecue masters From The Ashes include nduja doughnuts filled with smoked pork, slow-smoked braised ribs, vegan corn ribs with beer salt and chilli butter, and barbecued beans. Finish off your meal with ‘fire pit’ chocolate profiteroles.
105 Blundell Street, King’s Cross, N7 9BN
Visit TwoTribes.co.uk

TUNE INTO SOME TRUE CRIME: Letters From A Serial Killer

Zoe Hines and Ned Parker made the true-crime documentary series I Am a Killer. Now they’re hosting Letters From A Killer, which reveals the intimate letters they’ve received from convicted murderers facing life in prison or the death penalty. In each episode, they explore the inner thoughts of men and women who kill, through their own words, delving into their motives, their crimes and the stories the letters really tell. A fascinating listen.
Visit Audioboom.com

BrewDog Distilling Co x Regal Rogue Vermouth Cocktails
BrewDog Distilling Co x Regal Rogue Vermouth Cocktails
Two Tribes Campfire X From The Ashes BBQ
Two Tribes Campfire X From The Ashes BBQ

GET THE DRINKS IN: BrewDog Distilling Co x Regal Rogue Vermouth Cocktails

BrewDog has just launched a range of readymade cocktails in collaboration with Regal Rogue Vermouth. Made using BrewDog’s LoneWolf Gin, there are four drinks to choose from: the ‘Bold Negroni’ made with Campari; the ‘Lively White Martini’; the ‘Paw Star Martini’ with passionfruit vanilla and mango; and the ‘Wild Wolf Sour’ made using LoneWolf Cloudy Lemon, Regal Rogue Wild Rosé and rhubarb liqueur. Packs start from £20.95.

Visit BrewDog.com

GET YOUR SWEAT ON: F45 Outdoor Workout Classes

If you’re not ready to hit indoor gyms but still want a great workout, head down to one of F45’s branches for an outdoor workout. Its 45-minute classes combine functional training with HIIT and resistance work for a full-body workout. You don’t have to be a member to get involved – simply turn up to one of the 26 branches across London. Classes cost £17.

Visit F45Training.com

DITCH THE WEEKEND PAPERS FOR THIS: Philip: The Final Portrait By Gyles Brandreth

Get to know the Duke of Edinburgh in all his contradictions and complexities with this new biography by Gyles Brandreth. Offering unique insights from an author who knew the prince for more than 40 years, this book details the life of the longest-serving consort in British history. Who was he? What was he really like? What’s the truth about those 'gaffes'? And the rumours of affairs? No stone goes unturned.
Visit Waterstones.com

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