Ten things we’re doing post-lockdown

We are literally dreaming of all the brilliant, wonderful things that we are going to be doing this Spring. These are our top ten, so far…

Taking our pick from the fencing, dancing, pilates, boxing, yoga, jujitsu, ballet, gardening, tennis, running, rowing and reading lessons at the Alex Eagle Sporting Club opening this Spring at Lexington Street, Soho.

Catching The Hooley, Giffords Circus latest show opening on 19th May. Book tickets here.

Enjoying Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms and the new Rodin show at Tate Modern opening from 29th April (timed tickets, book here)

Checking out the new NoMad Hotel in Covent Garden, over from NYC, and trying out their new restaurant, cocktail bar and pub, opening April.

Watching Emma Corrin (Diana in The Crown) in Anna X at the Harold Pinter Theatre (opening in May, preview tickets from £5.  Book here.)

Treating ourselves to a post-lockdown massage. The Little Bothy Spa at Heckfield Place is taking bookings from 17 May and it’s open to non-hotel guests from Monday to Thursday. Book Afternoon Tea in the Glass House with Skye Gyngell’s cakes afterwards.

Meeting friends for a cocktail at one of our favourite bars, The Colony Room, at The Beaumont Hotel which opens later this spring after a major refurb.

Going to the cinema again. The Oscars nominations mean all eyes are on Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman. There’s also Disney’s Cruella starring Emma Stone, The French Dispatch directed by Wes Anderson, The Courier with Benedict Cumberbatch and the new Top Gun film.

Booking a mini break. We’re dreaming of Paris and sitting in a pavement cafe eating a croissant. Stay the night at the newly opened, Hotel Deux Gares with interiors by Luke Edward Hall.

Wandering around live art fairs. We’re looking forward to the London Design Biennale at Somerset House for which Es Devlin is installing 400 trees in the central courtyard, Masterpiece, London Design Festival, London Craft Week and then later in the year Frieze London.

What we're doing post lockdown
— Francesca
17th March 2021

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