What To Do This Weekend 16 - 18 June (posted 16th June 2017)
With the weather set to bring us a sunny, warm weekend, here are the Suna Interior Design team’s suggestions for what to do this weekend! There are some really great, fun options for what’s happening out and about in London… if only the weekend was longer!
Street Feast Model Market in Lewisham. "Since launching in 2012, Street Feast has transformed derelict and disused spaces into unique eating and drinking environments, all bringing great street food, brilliant booze and vibes to people around London. Plan your feast before you visit."
The Night Market food festival in Perks Field, Kensington forms part of London Evening Standard Food Month. The centrepiece of London Food Month is the Night Market.
Explore Columbia Road Flower Market in East London
Open Garden Squares Weekend “Feed your curiosity and explore over 230 private, secret and little-known gardens across 27 London boroughs over one very special weekend. Gardens range from the historic and traditional to the new and experimental, and include private gardens, roof gardens, community allotments, gardens belonging to historic buildings, institutions, cafés, schools and shops.”
The Culpeper Rooftop Garden, “open for the summer for lunch, dinner or just drinks.”
Opera in Holland Park, both Don Giovanni and La rondine are showing this weekend.
And for those who want a bit of respite from the sun, here are some indoor options:
Backyard Cinema, Miami Beach in South East London. “If you like piña coladas but not getting caught in the rain … The only umbrella in sight will be the one in your cocktail”
Designed in California at the Design Museum on Kensington High Street looks at how California came to have such a powerful influence on contemporary design.
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2017 “Find a panorama of art in all media, from painting, printmaking, film and photography to sculpture, architectural works and performance art.”
The Cactus House exhibition “Ben Russell works in collaboration with The Conservatory Archives to transform Hignell Gallery into a Hothouse of stone cacti and real plants.”
Hokusai at The British Museum “Experience the beautiful and sublime work of one of Japan’s greatest artists.”
Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion at the V&A “Discover how Cristobal Balenciaga’s exquisite craftsmanship and innovative designs shaped modern fashion”
Have a great weekend,