Things to do in... May

Romeo and Juliet
Duke of York Theatre
Saturday 11th May - Saturday 3rd Aug 2024

Jamie Lloyd's Romeo and Juliet starring Tom Holland as Romeo and Francesca Amewudah-Rivers as Juliet is set to be a hit and is Tom's second major theatre role since his debut in Billy Elliot. Billed as “a pulsating new vision of Shakespeare’s immortal tale of wordsmiths, rhymers, lovers and fighters” this iconic play is a must-see!
Title artwork for The Ocean at the End of the Lane  
Fragile Beauty
Victoria & Albert Museum
Opens Saturday 18th May 2024
Showcasing over 350 rare prints from 140 photographers, Fragile Beauty is an unparalleled selection from the world's leading photographers. Telling the story of modern and contemporary photography covering all aspects of life from 1950 to the present day. Discover iconic images across subjects such as fashion, celebrity, reportage and the male body.

Fragile Beauty: Photographs from the Sir Elton John and David Furnish  Collection - Exhibition at V&A South Kensington · V&A

People, Places & Things
The National
3rd May - 10th August 2024

A triumph for Denise Gough, People, Places & Things is back at The National for another run. First shown in 2015, the Oliver award-winning play has captured the hearts of many with main character Emma's explosive personality through her struggle with rehab, family and alcoholism. A play not to be missed, strictly a 14-week run. Book tickets now!

People, Places and Things - Trafalgar Theatre

 64 Goodge Street Restaurant
London W1

Nestled in Fitzrovia, 64 Goodge Street is the revival of French fine dining with its elegant bistro atmosphere and hearty dishes. From sacrosanct pan sauces to indulgent seafood bisque, some dishes like the escargot orbs with bacon evoke nostalgia and others like the halibut and roast partridge have bold flavours and textures. The restaurant's dedication to comfort cuisine shines through, I hope you're hungry and you'll be full at 64 Goodge Street!

64 Goodge Street, London - Restaurant Review, Menu, Opening Times

The Workbench
Jewellery kits delivered to your door
Having met during their jewellery degree in 2007, The Workbench was founded in 2014 after recognising the demand for people worldwide to craft their own rings at home, a pioneering venture in the jewellery industry. Offering a plethora of kits, The Workbench allows you to create your dream jewellery, at home. Prices start from £95 and are the perfect gift, maybe you would even make your own wedding bands!

Pottery classes in London

Offering pottery classes in London, clay kits online and private events tailored to your needs, Skandihus is a potters dream! Whether you've created a mug, bowl or plate for every family member already or you're embarking on your first ever pot, Skandihus is for you! With classes in Walthamstow, Hackney, Camden and a Summer Immersive Course for those eager of you. Begin your pottery journey with Danish Ceramic Artist, Stine Dulong.