February is here, and there is so much to love this month!
Get in first at VIVI
VIVI, the flagship restaurant in Centre Point is due to officially open on 25th February! This exciting redevelopment in the heart of London is set to be a culinary destination offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. Better yet, Hot Dinners are offering up to 50% OFF food if you book to visit between 16th– 24th February, click here to find out more!
Celebrate the colour of Colombia
Escape the cold and miserable weather at Kew Gardens’ annual festival of Orchids! This year, they are celebrating the colour of Columbia through an incredible and colourful display of orchids. The display will be open to the public from 9th February – 10th March; we’ve already got our tickets, have you?
Weave your way into Fashion Week!
After last year’s giant cloud installation, Anya Hindmarch has upped the ante with the Weave Project, and ingenious giant woven tunnel that you’re invited to climb in, and crawl around! A nod towards the new woven handbag she’s launching during fashion week, this innovative installation was created by artist collective Numen/For Use. Situated in Soho’s Brewer Street Car Park from 16th-19th February, we know what we’re going to be doing during our lunch hour!
Six Nations at Flat Iron Square
Enjoy the Six Nations with a pint Guinness! For just £5.50 you can watch the rugby on the big screen from the gardens at Flat Iron square in Borough. Better yet, tickets include a pint of Guinness on arrival so that you can get in the rugby spirit and support your team! However you’ll need to get in quick, tickets are selling out fast.
A book worms paradise
Nestled just a stone’s throw away from Leicester Square lies Cecil court, a hidden gem for all literature lovers. This small street is packed with twenty or so second-hand bookshops, rare and specialist booksellers. The perfect place to head if you’re looking to get a gift that’s a little different; these shops are packed full of everything from first-edition books to old maps and posters.
Let us know what you’ve got planned for February by tweeting us!