Hope you all had an immense Bank Holiday weekend?! Below are our 6 top suggestions for fun things to do this week…
The Last Man On The Moon: Talk by Mark Craig
Free. Daniel Blau Gallery, Hoxton Square, N1 6PB
Daniel Blau will be presenting a talk introducing UK-based film director and documentary-award winner, Mark Craig.
Wine Tasting Series- White Wine
£25. South Place Hotel, Le Chiffre, EC2M 2AF
The Head Sommelier at South Place Hotel, Benoit Allauzen, has a palette like a Porsche. Only he wasn’t born with it, he’s trained it over the years, and he’s willing to train your palette too. Their series continues with a frolic through the vibrant world of white wines.
Benoit will educate and train you to appreciate the full sensory potential and spectrum of the variety through his exemplary selection from his cellars. There will be plenty of nibbles during the evening to stop you getting too tipsy!
Xinran Launches ‘Buy Me the Sky’
£10. Asia House, New Cavendish Street, W1G 7LP
One in five of the world’s population is Chinese, 300 million Chinese are under 30, and of these, most are only children as a result of the One Child Policy. What do these only children think and do?
To mark the launch of Xue Xinran’s hotly anticipated new book, Buy Me the Sky (being published on 7th May), the acclaimed Chinese writer will officially open the Asia House Bagri Foundation Literature Festival by discussing this new generation of young people under 30 in China.
History of Hip Hop
Free. Edition Basement, 10 Berners Street, W1T
Few musical genre’s have lasted so long and changed so much. Having been born with DJs spinning two copies of Funk & Disco breaks, Hip-Hop is now one of the most advanced forms of electronic music produced today.
This very special party will show all facets of this great music in all its forms, with each DJ carefully selected to cover the era they love in chronological order, so all you 80’s Rap cats better get down early!
Magic Carpet Ride Across Asia
£10. Asia House, New Cavendish St, W1G 7LP
Working in partnership with Dishoom, Asia House is bringing the building alive to the sound of … The Ramayana! You will celebrate Asia’s most interesting and famous stories and show how they are just as entertaining and relevant today as they were when they were first written centuries ago.
The ground floor of Asia House will be turned into a magical realm, with roaming Aladdin and Princess Jasmine and other characters from Asian literature brought to life.
Dining Etiquette Classes for Children
£49.99. Millennium Bailey’s Hotel, 140 Gloucester Road, SW7 4QH
For parents who are interested in providing their children with a healthy meal and teaching them amazing dining etiquette, this is the perfect workshop!
It’s suitable for children aged 7-13 and is a great excuse for having some much needed YOU time whilst your children pick up new etiquette skills!
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