Things to do in London this weekend: 30 October - 1 November
The London lifestyle that we've missed is ramping up once more. Live theatre, buzzy restaurants and exciting new pop-ups are among the delights we can once again enjoy.
From a pop-up pumpkin market to an immersive radio play and Shakespeare by candlelight, here's what not to miss this weekend.
Michelin-starred chef Skye Gyngell has launched a tantalising new offering at her restaurant Spring. Inspired by the Italian working men’s clubs of her childhood in Sydney, the new informal offering, Spring Tavola, invites diners to tuck into a reasonably priced set menu (£30pp), featuring the likes of panisse with burrata and spicy tomato sauce, a selection of handmade pastas, and rich Italian desserts, including the sumptuous-sounding tiramisu ice cream with a savoiardi biscuit. A glass of house wine or seasonal cordial is included in the price, and guests can add on a pitcher of Limoncello spritz for an additional £12.
Spring Tavola is also a great option if you're dining out with young children: tables come with crayons and drawing on the paper tablecloths is actively encouraged.