Here is our selection of the best events that happened in London last week…make sure you ‘Follow’ the hosts too as they often have regular events!
BLUE MARLIN IBIZA – LONDON BRUNCH
Banking Hall, 14 Cornhill , LONDON, EC3V
This was arguably one of the best parties of London Fashion Week by La Maison Des Artistes and Blue Marlin. This was a whole day experience with an exclusive brunch. There was also a special appearance by Lindsy Lohan with her friend. It was a perfect Sunday for every with the line up including Jean Claude, Never Dogs and Head Space to crash the dance floor
To stay updated with their future events, follow La Maison des Artistes
Twentysomethings! How To Not Care What Others Think
Picadillly Institute, 1 Picadilly Circus, W1J 0DA
Sam Jones is a Life Coach that helps people to achieve their greatness when they are not at their best. He says that “I am a normal guy from Wales, doing what I love and helping inspire action, one person at a time.” Have we mentioned that he is a very good looking gentleman as well?
A motivational and enjoyable event that we definitely recommend, thank you Sam!
To see more of his self-improvement talks, follow Sam Jones
Can Our Online Lives Be Private?
The Royal Society, 609 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG
The Internet nowadays has taken over a very big part of our lives. It is used for everything and anything, and a strong movement of scepticism about whether this means our lives are exposed has become a trending topic amongst pretty much every person.
The panel at the Royal Society’s talk was composed of 5 experts in Internet Privacy ranging from the fields of law to sociology. After sharing their views on how private online lives could be private, the panel offered an interesting Q&A session with the audience that got everyone engaged and chatty!
Find out about their upcoming events, follow The Royal Society
Howard Griffin Gallery, 189 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6HU
Last week Howard Griffin Gallery had an opening night for their new exhibition and installation by Mehdi Ghadyanloo. Entitled Perception, the exhibition explores this concept on multiple levels, focusing on space and perspective as a means to understand both Ghadyanloo’s work and the unique sociopolitical context of his practice.
The exhibition will be open until 2nd April, so make sure you don’t miss out by grabbing tickets here
To stay updated with their future exhibitions, follow Howard Griffin Gallery
Promote & Sell within minutes on KweekWeek. Add your events now!