This quirky pop-up will be serving up chocolate-inspired concoctions that are sure to brighten up even the darkest January evenings. From mochas to mints, chocolate beer to chocolate wine, each drink is positively bursting with flavour.
If Dry January isn’t for you then a cocktail or two at Tonight Josephine’s new site in Hoxton Square might suit. Expect its signature baby pink theme with neon accents with drinks including vermouth based No Time for Napoleon.
My Dear Watson
Located in a secret venue in the heart of London, this 90-minute cinematic adventure combines the unique world of Sherlock with the very best of escape games. You’ll need to think like Sherlock to solve the puzzle and save the day.
Returning for the fifth year the Winter Lights never fail to disappoint. Bringing together some of the most exciting international light artists the festival draws upon leading technology to create spectacular installations and experiences.
Last chance to catch the Tate’s exhibition of Anni Albers’ incredible work in the ancient art of hand-weaving this month. Exploring her pivotal contribution to modern art and design, this is the first major exhibition of her work in the UK.
Keeping the festive spirit alive into the New Year, this quirky pop up cinema in Covent Garden, with an enchanted Frozen Island with frosted palm trees, is the location for cosying up and watching some great winter films.
The Golden Age of Circus is bought back to life to life at the Royal Festival Hall featuring larger than life puppet elephants from the award winning War Horse puppeteers and a huge cast of acrobats including trapeze artists & high-wire performers.
This Burns Night, the Cutty Sark Theatre is hosting a special ceilidh to celebrate the work and life of Robert Burns. It’s the perfect place to celebrate as the historic tea clipper was itself named for Robert Burns’ beloved poem Tam o’ Shanter.
Get back to nature as the RSPB celebrates 40 years of counting garden birds in its annual appeal to get people birdspotting. From 26-28 January, everyone is invited to watch the birds for one hour at some point over the three days.
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