Let loose your inner child as the ultimate bouncy castle experience is coming to London! At over 300 metres long, The Monster is the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course and hands down the craziest nostalgic bouncy castle experience for adults! 🙌🏾 ☺️
It’s bigger, better and more bonkers than ever before. Run, bounce, dance and jump your way around as you take on 42 ridiculous obstacles including the 18m “Mega Slide”, the juicy “Tunnel of Love” and terrifying “The Bouncy Cage of Doom!”
The fun doesn’t stop there! Enjoy a full day of non-stop partying with Live DJ’s, giant Flamingo and Unicorn Ball Pits, and of course delicious street food, cocktails and craft beers.
This is guaranteed to be one unmissable fun-fest that you won’t forget!
Supa Dupa Fly & Rock The Belles is teaming up with The Hoxton and Hubbard & Bell for ‘A Supa Dupa Brunch Party’. Taking inspiration from NYC style brunch parties, Based in the incredible 200 capacity ‘Apartment’, currently turning a lot of heads & part of Soho House group in the Hoxton Holborn Hotel.
Hubbard & Bell are serving up top nosh food with a French-American twist. Run by Soho House & Co, food will be served BMF style, Bring Me Food, their unique approach to dining served on large platters enabling you to help yourself to all the dishes. Everything is served so no pre-selection is necessary. Brunch will include…
The UK and London has always attracted immigrants. Of the thirty two men and women whom we have chosen to celebrate in this series of talks, some came to London to seek fame and fortune; others came to escape persecution abroad; a few ended up here by chance. Some of these individuals were responsible for actually designing and building the city the London Eye now presides over. Others have contributed to the historical, political, cultural or artistic legacy of our capital. They came from as far afield as Australia and Trinidad, and from as close by as Norfolk and Surrey, all attracted by the long tradition of freedom, tolerance and acceptance of new ideas that London stands for.
Guests are not a definitive roll call of the greatest adopted Londoners, but merely a cross section of people from elsewhere whose talents helped shape the capital and whose stories, be they familiar or obscure, should provide an insight into what has made London one of the world’s greatest cities.
Capsule 1: King John by Stephen Church
Capsule 2: Dick Whittington by Tracey Hill
Capsule 3: Anne Boleyn by Tracy Borman (sold out)
Capsule 4: Hugh Myddelton by Pete Berthoud
Capsule 5: William Shakespeare by Catharine Arnold
Capsule 6: Isaac Newton by Simon Werret (sold out)
Capsule 7: Nicholas Hawksmoor by Iain Sinclair (sold out)
Capsule 8: Madame Tussaud by Kate Berridge
Capsule 9: Isambard Kingdom Brunel by Dan Cruickshank (sold out)
Capsule 10: George Gilbert Scott by Gavin Stamp
Capsule 11: Karl Marx by David McLellan
Capsule 12: Florence Nightingale by Natasha McEnroe
Capsule 13: Charles Dickens by Claire Tomalin (sold out)
Capsule 14: Oscar Wilde by Neil McKenna (sold out)
Capsule 15: Sigmund Freud by Carol Seigel
Capsule 16: Arthur Conan Doyle by Matt Brown
Capsule 17: Marie Stopes by Lesley Hall
Capsule 18: George Orwell by DJ Taylor (sold out)
Capsule 19: Anthony Blunt by Miranda Carter
Capsule 20: Lord Kitchener by Anthony Joseph
Capsule 21: Lucian Freud by Sue Tilley
Capsule 22: Margaret Thatcher by Charles Moore
Capsule 23: Paul Raymond by Paul Willets
Capsule 24: Peter Cook by William Cook
Capsule 25: Vivienne Westwood by Ian Kelly
Capsule 26: Jimi Hendrix by David Stubbs
Capsule 27: Freddie Mercury by Lesley-Anne Jones (sold out)
Capsule 28: Stanley Bowles by Robert Elms
Capsule 29: Laurence Olivier by Brian Robinson
Capsule 30: Joe Strummer by Don Letts (sold out)
Capsule 31: Diana Spencer by Jennie Bond
Capsule 32: Julian Assange by Gavin MacFadyn
‘The Phantom Pig’ is celebrating its one-year anniversary and hosting a two night experimental dining experience in Balfron Tower.
Located on the top floor of Balfron Tower the pop-up dining room overlooks London and provides stunning views of the Docklands skyline.
Head chef Vix Rathour and his talented team will indulge guests with an exciting seasonal tasting menu using locally sourced and foraged British produce, combining a mix of unusual and traditional flavours.
The six-course tasting menu costs £39.50 and includes, beside the six awesome courses, homemade bread with maple bacon butter and a complimentary glass of champagne on arrival.