SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Kensington and Chelsea has to offer.
Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner gives you a round-up of all the best action in Kensington and Chelsea.
The London Design Festival: Venues across London
The London Design Festival kicks off with over 280 events at various locations around the capital. Events include Walter Raes’ ‘Dun Roamin’ art installation, which will be presented at the Brompton Oratory from 19-20 September
For more information visit: www.londondesignfestival.com
Chelsea Antiques Fair: Chelsea Old Town Hall
Meet a selection of exhibitors and experts who will be available to offer advice and discuss the joys of antiques collecting. Wine will be served to visitors arriving after 6pm on Wednesday.
For more information visit: www.penman-fairs.co.uk
Pub Quiz Night: The Cadogan Arms, Chelsea
Sharpen up your general knowledge skills and be in with a chance to win a £100 bar tab. Maximum six people per team.
For more information visit: www.thecadoganarmschelsea.com
The Decca Years: The Rolling Stones 1962-1971, Proud Gallery Chelsea
15 September-23 October
The exhibition showcases photographic images of one of the most iconic bands in Rock ‘n’ Roll history. View a selection of portraits of the Rolling Stones, which capture the band while they were signed to Decca Records between 1962-1971.
For more information visit: www.proud.co.uk
Natural Skincare Masterclass: Whole Foods, Kensington
20th September, 7-9pm
Raid the kitchen cupboard and learn five face mask recipes using household ingredients. The beauty treatment recipes will be made from samples matched to your individual requirements, including mature, sensitive and combination skin types.
For more information visit: wholefoodsmarket.com
Book Reading, Priya Desai: Waterstones Kensington High Street
Priya Desai, a local children’s author and independant speech therapist, will be reading from her book ‘Benjamin Writer – Messy’. Priya will then join the kids for a colouring session.
For further details call: 020 7937 8432