1 Celebrate the cherry blossom season with Japanese food
It’s cherry blossom season in Japan right now, so it’s no surprise that Japanese and Asian restaurants in London are embracing the cherry blossom season in style. The Ivy Asia The Mayfair outpost hosts an evening of flower-themed performers, DJs and percussionists for Blossom Night (5 April). tattooDespite serving Chinese cuisine, the restaurant has fallen behind the season with statement installations and a spring/summer menu launch. Regent Street Aqua Kyoto The cherry blossom-inspired menu (March 13-April 30) features cherries in different shapes. coin At in Mayfair, we will display photos that reflect the charm of Kyoto in each season on the front window, and the inside of the store will be wrapped in a gentle cherry blossom-colored light. KOYN also offers a special Hanami box menu. Six supreme dishes gracefully served in an oak chest of drawers (until April 30).
2 Horniman Museum and Gardens Spring Fair
This year’s fair will be compared by comedian Jasmine Gleeson, who also hosts the Easter Bonnet Parade. Lots of family and Easter fun including badge making, Lindy Hop his workshop, giant Jenga, face painting, live music, spring trails where you follow clues to find hidden flags in the garden and win prizes . Fun stuff. A variety of stalls will keep hunger at bay.
Date: Saturday, April 8th
Time: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
Tickets: £5/£2.50, must be booked in advance.
3 Live Jazz at Walthamstow’s Big Penny Social
The Blackhorse Beer Mile heavy drinkers host Ronni Scott regulars The Rick Simpson Trio for a jazzy session on Easter Sunday. The group plays contemporary and traditional soft his jazz throughout the afternoon, relaxing and having fun bank his holidays. The place is also large, so whether you want an indoor spot or the weather is nice outside, you should make sure you get a seat. This is also great if you’re heading to roast.
Date: April 9 (Sun)
Address: 1 Priestley Way, Walthamstow E17 6AL
4 Lucky Club, Camden
In celebration of the reopening of the Easter Bank Holidays, Lucky Club Camden is offering free bubbles to the first 100 guests who book over Easter weekend. A non-stop happy hour is also offered. The cocktail list has been updated, the frozen daiquiri has been newly added, and the food menu has been revamped. Mexican street food is still served, but dishes include burritos, battered burritos with Mexican coleslaw and chipotle mayonnaise. halloumi, a dirty vegan fried artichoke.
Schedule: Reopening from Thursday, April 6
Address: North Stables Yard, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH
5 Aladdin Sane: Age 50, Southbank Center
The exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of Bowie creating his iconic album, Aladdin Sane, with his iconic artwork, the Lightning Flash portrait. It is curated by Jeffrey Marsh and Chris Duffy, sons of photographer Brian Duffy, who worked with Bowie to create the images. There’s also a gig featuring Anna Calvi and his Scissor Sisters Jake Shears covering the album, his two queer club nights paying tribute to Bowie, and a poetry night inspired by the album.
Date: April 6th to May 28th
Price: Event individual ticketing
Address: Belvedere Road, South Bank, SE1 8XX
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