Love London Love Culture’s Weekend Tips: 26th and 27th February 2022

In need of some ideas for how to spend your weekend? Here’s a few ideas to help get you started…

Van Gogh the Immersive Experience: ever found yourself getting lost in a piece of art? Well with this experience in London you can completely immersive yourself in the art of Van Gogh – that not only starts by giving you background to the artist and his work – but has opportunities for you to take pictures as part of his work! Check out our review here.

Sherlock Holmes Walking Tour: know somebody who loves Sherlock Holmes? Then how about following in his footsteps in this walking tour that explores the streets of London that the famous detective would recognise today as well as some of the famous locations used in the many film and television adaptations. The tour lasts for around two hours and starts at 10:30am on Saturdays.

Secret Cinema Presents Bridgerton: really want to splash out and enjoyed Bridgerton? Get in the mood for the second season with this brand new immersive experience that gives you your own personal backstory and dress code to help prepare you for the experience ahead. As the title suggests, you will be attending a ball – including indulging in food and drink while you interact with some of your favourite characters from the show. Ideal way to spend an evening if you are looking for something unique to do!

London Chocolate Tour: do you have a bit of a sweet tooth? Then do indulge yourself with this tour that celebrates all things chocolate! Sample six types of chocolate and truffles, while being visiting the city’s various chocolate suppliers with the help of an expert guide.

Cookery Class for two at The Jamie Oliver Cookery School: if you enjoy cooking or would like to pick up a few more skills – this will be perfect for you! With a choice of classes, it’s up to you which cuisine you’d like to master. Everything from North Indian Thali and Vietnamese Street Food to Pasta Master and Quick & Easy Dinnertime classes are available and taught by experienced chefs.

Enjoy some comedy on the Thames: if you are in need of a laugh – then why not enjoy an evening of comedy on the Thames by jumping on board  the Tattershall Castle. Featuring plenty of comedic talent including regular TV names and cream of the UK circuit, this is ideal if you are looking for new comedians to support.

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