5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 25/2 – 2/3

Here’s your Monday motivation! Don’t just book up a standard bar date… yawn! Do something different, we’ve got all the inspiration you need – if this isn’t enough then take a look back at past weeks. This week we’ve got a scrummy supper club, musical extravaganza, banging brunch and more. Enjoy perusing!

Unwrapped

With London being one of the foodie Mecca’s of the world, it’s no surprise that there is an abundance of Supper Clubs in the capital. Unwrapped, is the brainchild of Majeda Khoury, a Syrian Refugee who discovered the power of her cooking could not only bring people together but also create a safe space for others to discuss their concerns. Money from ticket sales of this supper club goes towards the charity Help Refugees.

 

London Jungle Runners

There’s nothing like a little exercise to get the endorphins flowing, but “exercise on a date?!” we hear you say? This is a whole lot better, think silent disco crossed with an exercise/dance class and visualise the setting of the wonderful Highgate Woods. Bang on the money! This would certainly be a date you won’t forget!

Disney at the Royal Albert Hall

Not a sentence you thought you’d ever hear! This weekend, the BBC Concert Orchestra will be holding an evening of Disney’s Broadway hits with some of the most incredible singers from the West End. Sing along to the likes of the Lion King, Mary Poppins, Aladdin and a whole load more.

SAMPLE

Ever evolving creativity is what we think of when we think about Greenwich. This Saturday SAMPLE is returning to Greenwich, the coolest pop up market will be showcasing emerging talent design in the fashion, homeware and craft industries. As well as there being some seriously scrummy food and an awesome DJ line up.

 

Brunch to the Beat

If Disney at the Royal Albert Hall wasn’t enough for you, the Piano Works in Farringdon have an all singing, all dancing, brunch of brunches! You dine on bottomless brunch, whilst being serenaded by the incredible pianists and vocalists of the Piano Works. You won’t want to leave as it keeps getting better with the full band coming on at 1:30pm!

 

 

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