Bank Holiday activities in London

It is bank holiday weekend! Don’t know what to do and still looking for some fun and different activities? Well, look no further as our fabulous Tti Interns have done research as to what is going on in London this weekend and have come up with some great suggestions. Your Bank Holiday does not have to be boring!

 

Monday 23rd – Sunday 29th May

London Wine Week

As you may have already seen on this week’s social programme, this week is London Wine Week! Get a single £10 wristband here and you will get discounts, special offers at 125 bars and restaurants across London.

Opening times:

23rd May 12am – 29th May 11pm

https://drinkup.london/wineweek/

 

Saturday – Monday 27th – 30th May

The Rooftop Film Club in London shows a range of classic, cult and recent releases on a big screen on the roof for £15-£22! Check out their programme for the weekend here. Each location has a bar so you can relax with a drink too. Please note that you need to be 18+ and that tickets must be bought online prior to the event.

http://rooftopfilmclub.com/london/tickets

 

Saturday, 28th May

A Random Dictionary: An Art and Language Workshop – open to anybody who loves language!

Dr Johnson’s House is launching an interesting workshop run by Artist in Residence Lorena Carbajal and facilitated by two experienced EFL teachers to develop an unusual English lesson/Art project enganging with Dr Johnson’s Dictionary.

The workshop is free, however, you will have to reserve your place by contacting Dr Johnson’s House here.

Opening times:

11am – 12pm

http://www.drjohnsonshouse.org/events.html

 

Saturday & Sunday 28th & 29th May

Street Food & Craft Beer Festival in Alexandra Palace – returns to London bigger and better than ever. Set in the capital’s biggest beer garden street food traders offering a huge range of delicious treats for even the most discerning foodies, all washed down with a tasty craft beer or cocktail. All this plus a full lineup of live music, DJs and entertainment, guaranteed to keep the party in full swing into the evening.

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Opening times:

Saturday 11am – 10pm

Sunday 11am – 9pm

http://streetfood.alexandrapalace.com

 

Saturday & Sunday, 28th & 29th May

Crafty Fox Market – shopping with soul at the Dogstar DJ Bar in Brixton!

At Crafty Fox Market in Brixton you will discover handmade goods covering homewares, accessories and art sold directly by talented designer-makers. Entry is free for a weekend of unique stalls, workshops, tea and cake, DJs and a bar.

Opening times:

11am – 5pm

http://www.craftyfoxmarket.co.uk

 

Saturday–Monday 28th-30th May

Foodies Festival @ Syon Park – London’s culinary elite welcomes you!

Tickets on sale right now!

What you can expect: how to bake in the Cake and Bake Theatre, an afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent, Tasting wine, champagne and craft beer, live music on the Unsigned Music Awards Stage and a lot more!

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Opening times:

Saturday & Sunday 11am – 7pm

Monday 11am – 6pm

http://www.foodiesfestival.com

 

Monday 30th May

Soho Comedy Club – 10 well-known comedians trying new material!

The Round Table welcomes you from 8:30pm until 11:00pm (last entry 10:00pm) to enjoy an entertaining show with at least 10 fantastic comedians – Tickets are only £5 and can be purchased here.

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Monday 30th May

Star Command in Whitechapel – try something new and play Laser Tag!

If you’re looking for some action on a lazy Bank Holiday Monday, you should definitely try out Laser Tag at Play On Sports Indoor Arena! Walk-ins pay £13 per game, if you order your tickets in advance it will cost you £11 – kids or students will have to pay only £6.50 for one session (20 mins).

Opening times:

11:00am – 6:00pm (last entry 6:00pm)

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http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/London/Star-Command/Star-Command/12749118/

 

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