The rain is really letting us down. We have basically gone and taken out all our winter clothes again, we packed them away last week. But let’s stop complaining because it will not change the weather. If this would be possible, we would not stop moaning.
We have found some of the most unusual things that you could do around the city – starting from 1st of July to the 7th.
Monday: Stake masterclass at Mon Plaisir
(£29.50per person, this includes a three-course steak tartare dinner, a glass of wine & coffee)
When it comes to steak we always seem to get it wrong. We either burn it or not do much with it. London’s oldest French restaurant will be holding a steak masterclass on Monday. If you’re a steak lover then this would be something you may enjoy.
For more information visit: www.monplaisir.co.uk
Tuesday: Sicilian Avenue Street Party (free)
According to the weather forecast the sun is meant to be shining. You could enjoy your Tuesday evening on Sicilian Avenue. Where you can listen to live music, taste beer, eat some BBQ and style you hair, all on the same street. The party starts at 6pm and doesn’t finish till 9pm.
Wednesday: Clue quest (£85 f0r 5 people)
You will be locked in a mystery room called Plan52. It is you responsibility to find a way out. You’re allowed to leave the room upon request at any stage of the game. This is your chance to become a secret agent for an hour.
For more information visit: www.cluequest.co.uk
Thursday: Fantasy Cafe & the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival (£8)
If you are feeling a bit spontaneous then we think this would be great for you. There is not a lot of information about this event, even the location remains a secret.
It is new pop-up Fantasy Cafe. You book at Emma Cons Garden from 10 am – 7pm, this is where your journey begins. You are promised to have a ‘interactive and unforgettable eating experience’.
For more information visit: www.wearewaterloo.co.uk
Friday: A cabaret evening at Cellar Door (free)
Enjoy your Friday evening with some beautiful cabaret and burlesque performances from 9pm. We would suggest to try and make a booking because it can get full pretty quick.
For more information visit: www.cellardoor.biz
Saturday: British awarded comedy – The Lady Killers
Having won an award as the Best New Comedy – there is not a lot that could go wrong with this event. Even the press have nothing bad to say about this show. If you feel like having a laugh, then book your tickets before it sells out.
For more information visit: www.theladykillers.co.uk
Sunday: Zombie Blitz 1940
If you’re a tough nut to crack then this event may leave you with shaking knees. You will have to find your way out from some hidden and dark tunnels. But first you will discover a dark secret about war-time, a horror story that will make your heart skip a beat.
For more information visit: www.wish.co.uk