Not sure what to do this weekend? Why not look into some of these great weekend ideas to keep you busy.
The way of tea – 31st Jan 2020 – 28th Feb 2020
Why not get immersed in traditional Japanese culture and witness this free demonstration of the Japanese tea ceremony. The Japanese tea ceremony is called Chanoyu, Sado or simply Ocha in Japanese. It is a choreographic ritual of preparing and serving Japanese green tea, called Matcha,with traditional Japanese sweets to balance with the bitter taste of the tea.
VAULT Festival 2020 – 28th Jan – 22nd Mar 2020
London’s biggest and boldest annual arts and entertainment festival, hosting hundreds of events each year; reaching across theatre, comedy, cabaret, immersive experiences, late night parties, and more!
The Light Festival, Battersea Power Station – 8th Jan – 16th Feb 2020
Brighten up the dark, winter evenings with a visit to Battersea Power Station’s first Light Festival! It is free to the public, so the perfect antidote for the winter blues! Four spectacular installations from international artists will be on display for the first time in the UK from 8th January – 16th February 2020.
Beethoven Weekender at Barbican – 1st Feb – 2nd Feb 2020
Celebrate the life and works of one of the most loved musical geniuses of all time, Ludwig van Beethoven. Across the weekend there will be live talks, exhibitions and live performances. This is something for everyone to enjoy!
Brixton Vintage Kilo Sale – 1st Feb – 2nd Feb 2020
Are you interested in a bargain? Come down to Brixton pop up Market and buy your weight in vintage clothes. The idea is, you pay £15 and you can purchase clothes for up to 1KG, how awesome is that! If you’re interested in updating your wardrobe, but on a budget, head down to Brixton this weekend!
How Not To Kill Your House Plants workshop – 2nd Feb – 1st Mar 2020
Fed up of buying houseplants only for them to shrivel and die after a few weeks? Learn how to take good care of your little green plants at this workshop with Battersea Flower Station. You’ll cover topics including which hard-wearing houseplants to choose, the benefits of different pots, repotting and how to water, feed and position your babies to keep them healthy, green and blooming. If you’re a bit of a green thumb, then this is for you. February 2nd 11:30 – 12:30: £25 or March 1st 11:30 – 12:30: £25.