It’s not just Guy Fawkes weekend, there’s plenty more on across London, from Sunday brunches to yoga. And if you’re after traditional fireworks, then check out our excellent guide to unmissable fireworks!

temper City

Day of the Dead Curry

temper City has the right idea when it comes to how to spend your Saturday lunch – with a quiz, curry and limitless drinks (not sure they’re going to help you win). This Saturday will see comedy troupe, BattleActs! take on the role of quiz master as they host a quiz which will be based around Day of the Dead, so get swotting up now. Dishes include crab beignets, chip shop dashi chicken crispy katsu egg and chocolate and peanut butter turmeric tart.
Saturday 4th November 

Where: 2 Angel Court, 30 Throgmorton Street, EC2R 7HJ

ROKA Mayfair

Breakfast Pop-Up

ROKA Mayfair is joining the breakfast crew, as they launch their first ever breakfast pop-up this weekend. Reworking many breakfast favourites, the menu will include: Tokyo Beni-smoked salmon and poached eggs with yuzu hollandaise on shiso waffle, and smashed avocado on squid ink toast with poached egg and wasabi peas. It’s only going to be around for four weeks though – so you’ll need to be quick!
Saturday 4th November and Then Every Saturday Throughout November

Where: 30 N Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6HP

Frog By Adam Handling

Jazz and Brunch

Make the most of your Sunday with brunch at Frog by Adam Handling. They’ll be serving up classic British dishes with a side of jazz, as each week a different band will be performing. Dishes will include ox cheek hash with a runny duck egg and beef wellington with spinach, carrots and mashed potato and to drink there’ll be English sparkling wines from Sussex and Hampshire. This week you’ll find The Ray Ritch Band performing. Jazz and brunch – it’s the perfect Sunday.
Sunday 5th November and Then Every Sunday Until 17th December 


Where: 34-35 Southampton Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 7HF


Timeless Cocktails

The best part about the weekend? All the time you have, the fact that you don’t have to set your alarm and no having to look at your watch to make sure you’re in bed on time. The only watch we’re going to be looking at is the watch inspired collection of cocktails at Mortons club. Having just launched in partnership with Eve’s Watch, the cocktails include: Oris My Thyme made from Sipsmith gin and Southern Comfort, Bulova Rubaiyat made with Monkey 47 gin and a Dreyfuss & Co Martini.
Available Now Until the End of November

Where: 28 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 6EN, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Bond Street (0.5 miles)

Another Space

HIIT Yoga Mash Up

If you don’t want to spend your weekend in the gym then head to Another Space where you can get two workouts in one with their mashup classes. You’ll get half an hour of explosive, pulse raising high intensity training and 30 minutes of relaxing yoga. Choose the order you do it in and leave feeling more relaxed and ready to take on the weekend.
Saturday 4th November 

Where: Another Space, 4-10 Tower Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9NP


Rooftop skating

If hanging out in a carpark doesn’t sound like a decent way to spend a weekend then think again. Skylight at Tobacco Dock in Wapping plays host to London’s only rooftop icerink. Located on the top floor of a carpark, it’s not just skating on offer, there’s copious amounts of fondue, mulled wine, craft beers and seasonal cocktails, all the to beat of live DJs.
Open now

Where: Pennington Street Car Park, Wapping, E1W 2SF

Brockwell Park Fireworks

Bonfire fun

Lambeth’s main firework display at Brockwell Park in Herne Hill is this year themed on A Night At The Movies. The music accompanying the fireworks will feature tracks from famous films, but the real draw for us will be the range of food options on offer, with stalls from Jolly Hog & Sausage, Porkys BBQ, Get Wurst, Elley’s Doughnut Bar​ and Mac to the Future among others.
Saturday 4th November

Where: Brockwell Park, Lambeth

The Alfred Tennyson

Book Ahead: Make the Most of Your Time

What would you do if you had an extra hour each day? Sleep, head to the gym, learn something? Chances are we’d waste it on another box set…Freedom Brewery reckon we would too, which is why next week they are taking over the Cubitt House pubs to host a series of activities such as beer yoga, wreath making and pottery to help us make the most of our time. They start at 6pm and the first 50 people at each venue get a free pint of Freedom too. Don’t waste any time getting there then.
Wednesday 8th November at the Grazing Goat, The Orange, Thomas Cubitt and Alfred Tennyson   

Where: 10 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LA, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Knightsbridge (0.4 miles)

Various across London

Old Fashioned Week Tour

It’s Old Fasioned Week! And as the official bourbon of the event Wild Turkey will be running a series of guided tours. Follow the animated tour guide around three secret central London bars who will be making some of the best Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioneds in the Capital. The tour will include meeting the mixers crafting the cocktails as well as learining the history behind Wild Turkey‘s Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell, the world’s only active father/son duo who have nearly 100 years bourbon making experience between them, and take in tips and tricks to make the perfect Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned at home.
Friday 3rd November

Website: Get tickets here

Craft London

Craft Beer Pairings

Get crafty this weekend with the Craft London bar team who will be putting on a special event with beer enthusiast, Guardian writer and self-styled sommALEier (geddit?) Melissa Cole for a special beer and canapé pairing to celebrate the release of her latest book, entitled The Little Book of Craft Beer: A Guide to Over 100 of the World’s Finest Brews. The event will give guests to opportunity to enjoy pairings of 5 beers and 5 canapés, featuring a selection of brews carefully chosen by Cole and including Gipsy Hill’s‘Hepcat’ and Mondo’s ‘London Alt.’ All paired with a range of canapés from Craft London’s kitchen, and including ‘IPA-cured beef croquette’, ‘smoked cod’s roe’ and ‘wild leaf tempura’.

Where: Craft London, Peninsula Square, London, United Kingdom
Nearest station: North Greenwich (0.1 miles)
Website: Get tickets here

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