What’s On This Bank Holiday Weekend

With a four day weekend on the horizon, this bank holiday calls for a jam-packed itinerary filled with plenty of entertainment, scrumptious food and drink, and a sprinkle of culture. For all you city dwellers, we’ve put together yet another handy guide detailing London’s best events this weekend. Whether you’re listening to Drag Queen Power Ballads at the Phoenix Arts Club or indulging in bottomless bubbly at NOW That's What I Call Brunch, there’s so much to look forward to in the next couple of days. For the full lowdown on the best events happening in London this weekend, keep on reading.

Drag Queen singing to audience

1. Listen to Drag Queen Power Ballads

Combining the drama of drag and power ballads, Drag Queen Power Ballads is one mind-blowing show you won't want to miss this bank holiday Friday. On the night, talented drag queens will be performing iconic tunes from the likes of Aerosmith, Prince, Meat loaf, and Celine Dion, all tied together by an incredible live band. If you want to know what love is, be sure to grab tickets for this grand night out. 7 April 2023

Location: Phoenix Arts Club, 1 Phoenix Street, London WC2H 8BU

Market goers sitting on benches

2. Check Out Black Owned Hackney Market’s Opening Weekend

This week marks the return of the ever-popular Black Owned Hackney Market, an opportunity to celebrate the best of black culture, food, art, and music in bustling Hackney. For their opening weekend, you'll be able to get your hands on delicious street food like burgers, jerk chicken, and other foodie treats from amazing brands, as well as tasty cocktails and craft beer. Entry is currently free before 9pm, so make sure you reserve your free ticket soon.

Eager to explore more of the city’s best markets? Head onto our handy Markets of London guide for bustling hotspots with more than enough delicious food and drink to go around.

7 - 9 April 2023

Location: Bohemia Place Markets, Bohemia Place, London E8 1DU

people meditating on mats inside Frameless

3. Relax With Immersive Meditation at Frameless

Frameless, the immersive experience transporting visitors inside iconic works of art, have partnered with WAKE meditation to hold a limited number of wellness sessions. This time, they're holding an Immersive Meditation experience where all profits will go towards the World Food Programme. During the session, you'll be led through a guided meditation towards inner peace that's intertwined with a relaxing sound bath, finishing with entry into all of Frameless' immersive galleries and their Café Bar.

8 April 2023

Location: Frameless, 6 Marble Arch, London W1H 7AP

Woman dancing with a drink in hand

4. Party at NOW That's What I Call Brunch: Girl Power Edition

WhKicking off their new brunch series, 100 Wardour Street presents NOW That's What I Call Brunch: The Girl Power Edition. This is your chance to tuck into delicious food, sip on some bubbly, and dance along to nostalgic hits from the best women superstars and pop groups. When booking your brunch, you can grab two courses for £30 or three courses for £35. If you'd like to add bottomless bubbles to the deal, it's an extra £20 (and trust us, the drinks will be flowing!)

We can’t get enough of London’s delicious brunches, so much so that we put together a guide to the Best Bottomless Brunches in the city. Take to look to find delicious dishes, joyful vibes, and unlimited booze.

9 April 2023

Location: 100 Wardour Street, London W1F 0TLatever it is, the way you tell your story online can make all the difference.

Interior spiral staircase of the Tate Britain

5. See The Rossetti’s at Tate Britain

The Rossetti family, known for their artistic contributions in the 19th Century, are the focus of a new exhibition at Tate Britain. An exploration of the family's radical and romantic ideas, the exhibition will display their works in an immersive show featuring drawings, spoken word, paintings, photography, and design. At the exhibition, you'll also get to enjoy the first retrospective of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's work at the Tate, as well as the most comprehensive look at Elizabeth Siddal’s work in 30 years which includes rare watercolours and key drawings.

6 April - 24 September 2023

Location: Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG

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