Weekend guide

by Amy Collins, Thursday 11 June 2015



Set in the heart of Notting Hill, Mazi is introducing innovative and refined Greek cuisine to the community. Mazi, which means ‘together’ in Greek, celebrates traditional dishes with a modern twist in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.


Natural History Museum Lates

The Natural History Museum in Kensington is opening its doors after hours allowing visitors to take in the sights and exhibitions at their leisure. The free events that can be booked online are complete with late night shopping and food & drink.



Damien Rice at the Royal Hospital Chelsea

Having recently released his long awaited third album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, folk singer Damien Rice is playing a grand show at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Spend the evening indulging in beautifully orchestrated tunes.


Trooping the Colour

The Sovereign's birthday is officially celebrated by the ceremony of Trooping the Colour from Buckingham Palace to the Horse Guard’s Parade. The parade passes through The Mall starting at around 10am with over two hundred horses and 1400 guards will commemorate the Queen’s birthday.



Open Garden Squares Weekend on Sunday

Every June, some of private gardens of London are opened to the public for one weekend of pure indulgence in nature. Some of the City’s most secret gardens will open their gates over both Saturday and Sunday. The link below lists all of the green spaces that are involved.


The Mitre – Holland Park

Set on the beautiful Holland Park Avenue, The Mitre is a great place to dine offering fresh seasonal food and exceptional customer service. Every Sunday, you can experience a traditional Sunday Roast lunch, among other delicious dishes, with a varied menu suited to everyone’s taste. 



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