Things to Do: the Five Es Weekly Guide

Monday, October 03, 2016

It’s Frieze Week, it’s National Champagne Week, it’s generally a great week to get out of the house and do things. Just for you, we’ve rounded up over 10 things to do in London this week. Don’t be daunted! We’ve tidily arranged them under each of the Five Es so you can skip ahead to the E that makes you go “yasss!”
the Five Es is quite the handy lifestyle tool, if we do say so ourselves. Enjoy!


EAT this week
for foodies

What: Celebrate National Champagne Week with a H. Blin masterclass.

Why: Because Size Matters. H. Blin is bringing out the big bottles, baby; this masterclass is geared around the delight of champagne aged in magnum. Discover it for yourself and learn more about bubbly’s best kept secrets.

When: Wednesday 5th October, 18:30 - 20:30
Where: Searcys Champagne Bar, One New Exchange, EC4M 9AF
How much: £29.00, tickets on the door

What: Go to Gin School

Why: Meet the Maker of Adnams, learn about gin profiles, and have a free Gin & Tonic or Gin Martini!

When: Monday 3rd October, 18:30 - 20:30

Where: Charlotte's Bistro, 6 Turnham Green Terrace, W4 1QP

How much: Free entry, no booking required
What: Get a taste of modern day Lima

Why: In the heart of Fitzrovia, a new restaurant opens it doors to the public this Thursday. Showcasing the mouth-watering flavours of modern day Lima, Pisqu at Rathbone Place offers an experience of authentic Peruvian cuisine. Check it out before your friends do, because your read the Five Es and you stay knowing.

When: dinner starts on Thursday 6th October
Where: Pisqu, 23 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HZ
How much: ££, book at pisqulondon.com

ENSEMBLE this week
for fashionistas and shopaholics

What: Bag yourself a bargain at the Mulberry sample sale

Why: Mulberry makes dependable work bags!

When: Monday 3rd - Friday 7th October, 09:00 - 20:00

Where: The Music Room, 26 South Molton Lane, W1K 5LF

How much: Free entry, make sure you RSVP here
What: Save up to 75% at the 3.1 Philip Lim sample sale

Why: The question is why you need compelling...

When: Friday 7th October, 09:00 - 20:00

Where: 93 Mortimer Street, Marylebone, W1W 7SS

How much: Free entry, RSVP by joining curate here
What: Catch the Jasper Conran sample sale

Why: Get clean, contemporary staples for A/W.

When: Thursday 6th October, 10:00 - 16:00
Where: Jasper Conran, 1-7 Rostrevor Mews, SW6 5AZ
How much: Free Entry
What: GLAMOUR x Lindex Reader Event

Why: Network with other professionals and enthusiasts at the launch of Lindex's PINK collection Enjoy 30% off Lindex purchases, a live DJ set, champagne, and a gift bag.

When: Thursday 6th October, 18:30 - 20:30
Where: Lindex, Westfield Sheperd's Bush, W12 7GE
How much: RSVP by contacting glamour events@condenast.co.uk


EXPLORE this week
For itinerants and lovers of London


Stop for coffee at Monocle, Chiltern Street whilst you're there.
What: Explore The Gallery of Everything

Why: Chances are you made a connection to The Museum Of Everything, rightfully so. The founder of the moving museum has collaborated with musician Jarvis Cocker to curate works from an eclectic range of non-academic ‘outsider artists.’ It’s so London. So if you’re seeking to cultivate the spirit of the city this week The Gallery of Everything is the place to be.

When: Open now
Where: 4 Chiltern Street, W1U 7PS
How much: Free, unless of course you wish to buy some works

EXPERIMENT this week
for wellbeing and beauty enthusiasts

What: Get (Sky) High (on yoga)

Why: Because why not have your morning stretch against the backdrop of sunrise bathing the city? Plus the Sky Garden itself is a gorgeous and photo-ready setting and if you didn’t put it on the gram, did you even yoga bro?

When: scan for a class here
Where: 1 Sky Garden Walk, EC3M 8AF
How much: £20.00 + £1.00 booking fee


ENVISAGE this week
for the incurably curious, art and culture enthusiasts




What: Private View: Picasso on Paper

Why: The Omer Tiroche Gallery has put together a collection of thirty works on paper, Pablo Picasso’s most personal. On the opening night, Mr Tiroche himself will talk guests through the pieces, an insight not to be missed.

When: Opening Tuesday 4th October, 18:00 - 21:00 | Exhibiting until Wednesday 16th November
Where: Omer Tiroche Gallery, 21 Conduit Street, W1S 2XP
How much: Free entry

What: 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair
Why: Celebrate the diversity and wealth of Africa’s artistic scene across its 54 nations. Encounter the artists themselves before they head off to New York.

When: Thursday 6th - Sunday 9th October, 11:00-19:00 each day except Sunday. Sunday closing time: 18:00
Where: Somerset House, Strand, WC2R 1LA
How much: Day ticket £15, under 12s free | Book Here 

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