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This Weekend in London l March 2015
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This Weekend in London l March 2015

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Updated: 10 November 2016
London is positively brimming with amazing things to do each and every day. It can be hard to know where to start, so here’s our guide to get you through this weekend.
Handmade Soba Noodles | © Jun Selta/Flickr
Handmade Soba Noodles | © Jun Selta/Flickr

Food

Celebrate National Noodle Month at one (or more!) of London’s Top 10 Noodle Spots

Discover the gastronomical wonder that is Chef Martin Morales’s Ceviche. After the success of his Soho restaurant, Ceviche Old Street has just opened with moreish food and perfect piscos.

Get into an early Easter spirit at the Chocolate Festival, held in London’s Business Design Centre.

Whiskey chocolate cake © Flickr/Wikicommons
Whiskey chocolate cake | © Flickr/Wikicommons

Art

Explore the gorgeous Impressionist art, and the man who brought it to the world, at The National Gallery‘s exhibition. An absolute must-see for any art lover.

Look at the little people left around London, in Slinkachu‘s small art, making a big impact.

While away the weekend with watercolours, at Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Ravilious exhibtion.

Berthe Morisot Woman at Her Toilette, 1875-80 © The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Berthe Morisot Woman at Her Toilette, 1875-80 | © The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

Theatre

It’s the Bard but (arguably) better, at The Courtyard‘s showing of Sh*t Faced Shakespeare, put on by the geniuses that are Magnificent Bastard Productions. Limited time only, this hilarious history is unmissable.

Rules for Living at The National Theatre is a dark comedy about family and how we cope. Clever and compelling, this is theatre at it’s best.

Flower Portrait of Shakespeare © Wikicommons
Flower Portrait of Shakespeare | © Wikicommons

Fun

Kick of your weekend with a Speakeasy experience. Experimental Cocktail Club is an opulent and enticing choice.

At Pillow Cinema you can literally rewind and relax, enjoying a film atop a beanbag chair in an ever-changing unique setting, for ‘the cosiest night in night out’.

©Experimental Cocktail Club
©Experimental Cocktail Club