Ideas For What To Do In London This Weekend (10-12 April)

Here are some awesome last-minute ideas for what to do in London this weekend…from a 1920s speakeasy party to a vintage fashion fair, we have all your interests covered!

TONIGHT

The Candlelight Club: Sakura in Old Tokyo
The candlelight club
£21.86. A secret location in West London

The Clandestine Club is a clandestine pop-up cocktail party with a 1920s speakeasy flavour, in a secret London venue entirely lit by candles. For the April cherry blossom festival (Sakura), they are taking their inspiration from 1920s Japan, when the nation’s love of nature and tradition mingled with a surge in modernisation, Western fashion, Art Deco and Jazz. Cocktails became all the rage so there will be a large Japanese-influenced drinks menu whilst their dining menu comes courtesy of a guest chef with 18 years experience at the legendary Nobu restaurant.

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To see more of their pop-up nights, follow Clayton Hartley

SATURDAY

3 Movies, 1 Ticket: A Day of Iranian Cinema
Iran
£20. Greenwood Theatre, King’s Venues, 55 Weston Street, SE1 3RA

Buy a ticket and watch 3 of the best Iranian movies: Bashu, Hamoun and Children of Heaven. These films explore one of the most misunderstood countries in the world and are a great eye opener to the beauty of Iran.

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To see their other film offers, follow UKIFF

SUNDAY

Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair
Clerkenwell vintage fashion fair
£4. The Urdang, The Old Finsbury Town Hall, Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4RP

London’s premier spring shopping event! With vintage inspiration proving another hit on the catwalks this season, fashionistas will be hitting this fair to get their new spring wardrobe.

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To stay updated with their future fashion fairs, follow Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair 

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