If you can’t stand the sight of Farage’s face anymore – take your mind off things by exploring the capital. There’s loads of amazing events happening in London this week, you only need to look. Happy planning, people:

1. For Champagne and Colours: Bompass and Parr x PerrierJouët Champagne

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What: If you’re thinking of heading down to Masterpiece London today, make sure you book tickets to taste PerrierJouët’s top cuvees and delve into a mysterious and decadent world of design, with a workshop in thermocromatic colour changing flowers.

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Why: Running for today only, the exclusive workshops will be hosted by the legendary food and drink pioneers, Bompas & Parr, in the beautiful surroundings of the new PerrierJouët Champagne Terrace at Masterpiece. You’ll be able to pick up chameleon blooms and savour PerrierJouët champagne, whilst creating your own unique colour-changing flowers.   

Price: Price without Masterpiece ticket: £45. Price including Masterpiece ticket: £60.Tickets available to purchase here.

Where: South Grounds, The Royal Hospital Chelsea, London, SW3 4LW

2. For Blowdrys and Bubbles: Duck and Dry x Grey Goose 


What: To celebrate the British festival season, Chelsea’s hidden cocktail bar Barts has partnered with their delightful neighbourhood friends at Duck & Dry,Chelsea’s iconic blow dry boutique located on the Kings Road. They’ve set up the ultimate secret weekend pop-up, where you can sip on refreshing cocktails, nosh on nibbles and enjoy a fabulous signature blowout or up-do styled by Duck & Dry‘s talented stylists.


Why: Barts will be joining the flock and setting up shop at the famed boutique blow dry bar from Thursday (7th) to Saturday (9th), where you can receive the full Duck & Dry experience whilst enjoying summer-inspired Grey Goose tipples created by the talented Barts bar team including: The Duck & Goose, a refreshing cocktail made with a dash of hibiscus and orange syrup, dash of fresh lemon juice, Grey Goose, topped up with prosecco and garnished with a flower; the Passionate Goose, a sweet blend of Grey Goose, passion fruit puree, vanilla syrup garnished with passion fruit; and the signature cocktail of the summer, the Le Grand Fizz –  a sophisticated blend of Grey Goose, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, freshly squeezed lime, and chilled soda water, the perfect sipper to enjoy whilst getting pampered.

Where: 335-337 King’s Rd, London SW3 5ES

3. For a Dinner and a Discussion: Wild Honey Offal Dinner

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What: Wild Honey, the Michelin-Starred restaurant in Mayfair from Anthony Demetre and Will Smith will welcome a line-up of industry heavyweights to host a one-off Offal Dinner on  Tuesday (5th). The menu, designed by Anthony Demetre will explore the nuances of offal, while the guest panel will offer their musings on the often misunderstood meat.


Why: The evening will be comperéd by food writer Rosie Birkett, a proponent of offal since her first taste as a child. Rosie will be joined by a panel of food writers and experts; Tim Hayward, William Sitwell and Xanthe Clay, who will impart their wisdom on the matter, whilst Martin Morales and Lyle’s Head Chef James Lowe will share their insights on cooking with offal. Each course will be punctuated with conversation and a Q & A between the panel and fellow guests. Anthony’s menu will tackle offal head on, getting straight to the ‘Heart of the matter’ with ox heart, followed by; pigs head and bread, lamb sweetbreads and rocky mountain oysters with sheeps ricotta, grilled beef bavette and honeycomb and blood and chocolate tart with Jersey milk sorbet.

Price: £60 per head including matching wines. Call 020 7758 9160 to book tickets.

Where: Wild Honey, 12 St George Street, London, W1S 2FB

4. For Beats and Burpees: GYMBOX x Wireless Festival 


What: Summer festival season has officially begun and to celebrate, Wireless Festival – London’s ultimate summer party – has teamed up with GYMBOX, the antidote to boring gyms, to present a stamina-building class set to an electric playlist of chart-topping mega artists headlining Wireless Festival this year.


Why: This Wednesday (6th) work up a sweat to the pedal pumping beats of Calvin Harris, Chase & Status and Craig David at GYMBOX’S exclusive #WirelessWednesdays class. Available at three of its London gyms – Farringdon, Stratford & Victoria – get festival-fit for what promises to be an epic 72 hour party as the biggest stars of EDM, urban, pop and RnB take to the stage across Wireless Festival weekend.

Price: Email studio@gymbox.co.uk to book. 

Where: Locations here 

5. For Photos and Pisco Sours: Lionel Richie Exhibition at 45 Park Lane


What: This week sees the exclusive exhibition by US photographer, Alan Silfen launch at the Dorchester Collection’s contemporary Mayfair hotel, 45 Park Lane, as part of its art exhibition series. Previously unseen photography of Lionel Richie will be unveiled chronicling  the GRAMMY Award winning superstar’s career to date in STILL.


Why: The collection of photographs shown in BAR 45 at 45 Park Lane by Silfen show the close relationship he’s experienced with Lionel from the 80’s to the present day, depicting iconic moments such as Lionel’s recent Glastonbury performance as well as candid shots with Princess Diana, Frank Sinatra, Tina Turner and LL Cool J.

Where: 45 Park Ln, London W1K 1PN

6. For Drinks and Dinner: From North London to West Bengal Dinner at The Drapers Arms 

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What: On Wednesday (6th) July, Romy Gill, chef- owner of Romy’s Kitchen in Thornbury, and Oliver Rowe, chef and author of Food for All Seasons, will be collaborating for one evening only at Islington favourite, The Drapers Arms. The evening will draw on both chef’s passions, exploring flavours from Romy’s Bengali heritage with inflections of seasonal British produce.

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Why: The evening will draw on both chef’s passions, exploring flavours from Romy’s Bengali heritage with inflections of seasonal British produce. The evening will begin with a refreshing lemonade with black salt, chilli and gin, followed by an array of dishes including: goat and quail’s egg scotch egg with pickled red onion; curried pigeon breast, mustard seed yoghurt, beetroot and red onion salad; and mango and cardamom syllabub. The event will be held in the upstairs dining room of The Draper’s Arms and will begin at 7pm.

Price: Tickets are priced at £40pp and can be purchased here

Where: 44 Barnsbury St, London N1 1ER

One for the diary.. 

7. For Music and Mayhem: Wave Festival 


What: Set across seven breathtaking islands in Croatia, 40 private yachts will explore the world-famous Adriatic coastline where ticket holders will have unrivalled access to the most exclusive venues and parties and can expect sun drenched days of relaxation, rejuvenation and adventures. A party lovers paradise; Wave Week’s programme includes clubbing in the caves of Makarska, partying in an abandoned fortress on the Island of Vis, an exclusive night at the award winning Carpe Diem beach, Hvar and much more.


Why: The line up grows stronger with the additions of Anja Schneider, Soul Clap, wAFF, Serge Devant and more joining the likes of Simion Mobile Disco, Crazy P and Clive Henry during the seven day floating festival. Each new day is coupled with a new destination and sounds from the best international parties from around the globe. Spanning the venues on the route will be Love Brunch, Percolate, Housekeeping, Cuckoo Club, Love Fever, Solomons Yard, Glam Clam, and Deeplomatic. The day to night itinerary will explore the realms of music and adventure. From partying till dawn in the hidden caves of Markasa to snorkelling around the coves of Vis, ticket holders will undergo a totally unique and beautiful festival experience. Wave Week have located the most unique and exceptional restaurants, clubs and bars along the way, from beach bbq’s to sit down supper-clubs, a new experience is to be had every single day.

Price: Tickets start from £650 per person. Buy yours here.

Where: Wave Week will set sail on 13th of August 2016 from Split, Croatia, with a flotilla of 40 yachts carrying 250 passengers. For more information, visit here.