Weekend guide

by Amy Collins, Thursday 14 May 2015

Friday

Portobello Road market

http://www.portobelloroad.co.uk/the-market/

With items for sale ranging from fashion to antiques to furniture, Friday is a great day to head to Portobello Road market. For a leisurely browse, the Friday market is a little quieter than Saturday and you can spend time exploring the whole of Portobello Road and all that it has to offer.

Iddu

http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/iddu



South Kensington has recently welcomed a new and exciting Sicilian restaurant to it’s neighbourhood. Iddu is a beautiful blend of Italy and SW7 and serves delicious healthy salads, gluten-free rolls and quinoa. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Saturday

Museums at night – Night Safari: Time Machine

http://museumsatnight.org.uk/



Visit the Natural History Museum on Saturday for an exclusive evening exploring the past, present and future of the iconic building. Enjoy a complimentary drink before beginning your night safari around the museum. You can attend late night events at Museums across London and beyond throughout the weekend.

JM Barrie’s Peter Pan at Regents Park

http://visitlondon.entstix.com/tickets/peter-pan?_ga=1.63073958.822365314.1420450419



Take a trip out of West London and visit Neverland with an exclusive outdoor performance of Peter Pan at Regents Park open air theatre. Rediscover JM Barrie’s classic stage play with two performances throughout Saturday and more across the rest of the weekend.

Sunday

Granger & Co

http://grangerandco.com/



Australian chef and food writer, Bill Granger opened his first restaurant in Sydney in 2004. Since then, Notting Hill has been lucky enough to benefit from his delicious food and his Australian easy-going spirit. Granger & Co is open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and is a local favourite for Brunch.

Drive-in film club at Alexandra Palace

http://www.alexandrapalace.com/whats-on/drive-in-film-club-3/



All across the week you can experience the Drive-in Cinema at Alexandra Palace. It’s a little way out of West London, however the screens open 90 minutes before your movie begins so there’s plenty of time to enjoy some tasty street food and relax.  

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