Venue: Henley Royal RegattaAddress:
If you are heading to the Regatta, then the Maggie’s tent is the tent that you want to be in. Think Club Tropicana style bash complete with 80’s style music, DJ’s, giant discoballs and sharing cocktails. See you there Pina Colada in hand.
Venue: Zrce BeachAddress:
Cost: £99 - Tickets are sold out but BarChick found hers on Gumtree.
It’s time to hit the sunshine, and this place has it all from boat parties, to beach parties, boiling sunshine, beautiful islands and to top it all off a wicked line up of massive dance music acts. Holiday and festival rolled in to one, tick tick – boom! Look forward to Annie Mac, Chase & Status and Sub Focus. Get out your tie dye t-shirts and get on it! Website
Venue: near CirencesterAddress:
Cost: £105 (before 1 May); £120 thereafter
Small and secret (ish) music festival held in the Gloucestershire countryside. This year’s theme is ‘We’re heading out West to a town called Winterwell’ so get dressed up in your Western kit and get involved! You will not be disappointed, there is a lot of fun to be had. BarChick lost the game of giant scrabble last year but pulled a real hottie, great times! Oh and our favourite festival just got a whole lot better… not only is Fat Boy Slim headlining, but under 25s get a 50% discount on ticket price. Website
Venue: Frank's Cafe and Campari BarAddress:
The Peckham car park pop-up that we just can’t get enough of is open again for business from July 1st. Check out their website.
Venue: Italians Do It BetterAddress:
Pret A Diner have brought together a group of Italian chefs with 6 Michelin Stars between them, led by Chef Giorgio Locatelli, to showcase the best of what Italy has to offer. The Gazelli Art House will also be curating a showcase of Italian contemporary artists to go with all the food and live music on offer. Book online, via firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 20 7499 4736 – it’s probably going to sell out!
Venue: 51 Buckingham GateAddress:
Fine it’s a garden, but it’s brand new and it’s a Shakespearan-Victorian garden so we’re going with it.
Venue: Beach Blanket BabylonAddress:
Canapés, cool kids, Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas (for a £5 each), great music and delicious grub. Get on down to Love Brunch for the perfect Saturday party and get your ticket here.
Venue: Bar StoryAddress:
These guys are all about make contemporary art sociable and fun… and interesting too. The tours focus on young artists and will cover both artists’ studios and galleries, but they start in a coffee and end in a bar, so you won’t be too far from a drink! This week they’re meeting at Bar Story at 3.30pm and then visiting a group show at The Sunday Painter, Tom Lovelace at Son Gallery, a group show at Hannah Barry and a sculpture show at Bold Tendencies, before finishing at Frank’s Campari Bar. Email email@example.com to book tickets.
Venue: Unnamed VenueAddress:
Bought and converted over 15 years ago by the magician Simon Drake this house of magic is amazing! Over the course of the night you will have for furtune read, entertained by wandering magicians, be fed an watered and enjoy a wicked show by the very Mr Drake himself. Find out more here
Venue: The House of 100 YearsAddress:
Set in a Shoreditch mansion this’ll be a journey through rooms, cocktails and time with candle-lit piano performances, big band sounds from old gramophones, an 80’s loft party and molecular cocktails. Dress code is up to you; pick an era and go all out. Cocktails are up to them; Side Cars and Champagne, Cosmopolitans and Screwdrivers- You’ll be well watered. More info here…