Glossy, beautiful and ever so exquisite south west London has long been a hub of opulence, enjoyment and relaxation.
While many of our readers will be very much aware of the hot spots in the southerly climes of the city, there are always new and exciting things to do popping up and making themselves known.
So if you’re sat indoors wondering what you can do to banish those boredom blues, here are some fun ideas and destinations to get your juices flowing
Royal Court Theatre
As one of London’s best and most widely respective theatres, the winter and spring season at the Royal Court is set to be stellar.
How To Hold Your Breath, an excellent play by Zinnie Harris, running until March 21, is a must-see.
Witty and brooding, the thrilling piece explores Europe’s recent history, examining and exploring our seemingly innocent modern lives.
Set to run between February 12 and March 14, Fireworks (Al’Ab Nariya), by Dalia Taha, is another wonderful offering by the Court.
Playing in the Jerwood Theatre, the play offers an insight into the effects of war upon children, set upon the backdrop of the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
The Gloucester Casino
A mainstay of Chelsea’s nightlife for years now, the Gloucester Casino is a great place to visit for a night out when you’re growing tired of the same old bar and nightclub evenings.
With a diverse portfolio of games including blackjack, roulette, poker and slots, the casino has all the ingredients for a thrilling evening, although if you’re a newcomer to casino games we’d recommend getting to grips online at GamingClub.com beforehand – you don’t want to get caught out at the tables.
Chocolatier and patissier William Curley is a landmark of Belgravia, having for years provided the best in confectionary to the area’s discerning public.
Currently running at the delicious boutique are a number of classes where intrigued groups and individuals can learn how to craft truffles, salted caramels, Grasiers and sumptuous chocolate cadeux.
South west London’s prime jazz bar, the 606 Club has long been a mainstay of more musically-minded individuals, but 2015 is the perfect time for 606 virgins to get their first taste of the wonderful spot.
Practically every night the club hosts a new world-renowned jazz, latin or RnB artist or group, and offers up a delightful medley of drinks, cocktails and light bites for refreshment for when the beats ring out and the party gets started!
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