Champagne & Soufflé, Bread Making, Cookery and Cocktail Classes at Corrigan’s, Mayfair
After a decade of holding his famous recipes close to his chest, Richard Corrigan has decided that the wait is over, and that he will share some of his recipes with lucky Londoners over the course of the next few months. Corrigan’s will be hosting a series of exclusive masterclasses, enabling guests to take a behind the scenes look into the renowned Mayfair kitchen. Guests are invited to make these signature dishes and cocktails alongside the Corrigan’s experts. With four masterclasses to choose from, Champagne & Soufflé, bread making, Dickie’s cocktails and cookery, running monthly over the Summer season, Corrigan truly is spoiling us.
28 Upper Grosvenor St | Mayfair | London | W1K 7EH | 020 7499 9943 | www.corrigansmayfair.co.uk | @corrigans_mayfair
Maggie’s Pay Tribute to Madonna
On 20th July 2017, 1980’s-inspired boutique club Maggie’s in Chelsea will be paying tribute to the one and only, Madonna. The Prima Donna was undoubtedly the face of the 80’s, and this exclusive evening will be all about celebrating the best of her music, so strike a pose. Madonna, an 80’s Icon whose hit singles include “Like a Virgin”, “Like a Prayer” and “Vogue” made her a household name worldwide, both during the 1980’s and today, making Madonna a must have act for the #MaggiesTributes line up. As Maggie’s fifth Tribute event, guests will be invited to sip the night away on refreshing Bacardi Mojitos, served with special fruity twists, whilst getting “Into the Groove” with a live performance by Tasha Leaper, the No. 1 Madonna Tribute Act around.
329 Fulham Rd | Chelsea | London | SW10 9QL | 020 7325 8512 | www.maggies-club.com | @maggie’s_club
Bottomless Rosé Brunch at Aster
Aster, the Nordic-French inspired restaurant situated in Victoria’s new food hub, Nova Food, is introducing a crayfish and Provencal rosé paired brunch, with a bottomless rosé option, for the summer to draw upon their heritage. The mild white flesh of the shellfish complements the delicate and white fruit aromas of the rosé perfectly, making for a heavenly match to be enjoyed whilst basking in the sun on the terrace at Aster, or inside the stylish restaurant. Every Saturday throughout the summer, launching on the 15th July, the brunch will feature specially curated crayfish dishes, a bottomless rosé option and a guest DJ.
Aster, 150 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 5LB | www.aster-restaurant.com | @astervictoria
The Blackhorse Mid Summer Ball
On Saturday 22nd July, The Black Horse, located in the heart of Kingston, will be hosting a 1950’s Midsummer Ball. Party-goers are able to escape the qualms of 21st century life and transport themselves to a time which witnessed the foundations of Rock-n- Roll, as well as the rise of cultural icons like Marilyn Monroe. A time where rocking around the clock was not only encouraged, but mandatory. In true form with their consistently high standard of well sourced British food, The Black Horse will be serving up a barbecue spread, as well providing a cocktail upon arrival, completely for free. But to add a little 1950’s boogie, these can be enjoyed whilst bopping along to the live music! And all for just £25 per ticket! Save the date!
204 London Rd | Kingston Upon Thames |KT2 6QP | 020 3637 6199 | @blackhorsekingston
A Weekend Long Party on a Secluded Island
This July join the team behind London’s longest standing pop-up The Little Yellow Door for a weekender like no other, The Little Yellow Weekender on the UK’s equivalent of the Hamptons, Osea Island, known for its luxurious getaways, that is, until the mischievous flatmates take over. On the 14th July the flatmates will take over Osea Island for a weekended long celebration filled with huge parties, banquette dinners, an impressive DJ line up, sundowners by the pool, an epic sorts day Saturday all on a secluded island just 2 hours from central London.
On July 14th, guests are invited to hop aboard the party bus and take a trip out of town to an epic house party filled hideaway escape. Whether you’re a group of 2 or 22, check in to your own private cottage on a secluded beach before kicking off the celebrations with dinner at TLYD’s Surf and Turf Shack to refuel for a party like no other, in one of the impressive houses for the flatmates’ Ultimate House Party. The grand estate will host a night packed full with pop-up bars, bonfires and an impressive DJ line up including an eclectic mix of tunes from resident DJs as well as guest DJs hitting the decks until dawn. On Saturday morning, TLYD will bring back their Emoji Only menu, where guests can order EMOJI-ENCY breakfast in bed, followed by a rejuvenating yoga session hosted by The Advaya Initiative, for a full body stretch before taking part in an epic Sports Day Saturday, soaking up the sun by the pool or hoping on a bicycle to explore all the island has to offer.