Your Weekend On The Guestlist:
Friday 26th February 2016 | Tom
Giving you options with our weekend preview.
Food & Drink
The Painted Heron
Closest Tube Stop: Fulham Broadway
The Painted Heron is an upmarket restaurant in Chelsea which has been hailed by some critics as the best Indian restaurant in the whole of London.
Complete with its own cigar menu The Painted Heron is strictly for the ballers.
Event: Anti-Trident March With Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon (Saturday)
Closest Tube Stop: Charing Cross
Jeremy Corbyn will be leading an anti-nuclear march this Saturday around Trafalgar Square, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is also expected to attend. So, if you believe in removing the Trident nuclear weapons system then you shouldn’t miss out on this weekends historic event.
Closest Tube Stop: (Dependent on Cinema)
Set in the Wild West four men travel off into the desert in search of a group of captives being held hostage by cannibals. It’s blood and gore behind a suspenseful storyline, and it's a film that takes aim at its Western contemporaries such as ‘The Hateful Eight’.
Have a look at this trailer and see if you have the stomach to face the famished people that live in the American desert.
Event: ANTS London at Electric Brixton (Saturday)
Closest Tube Stop: Brixton
Saturday is the night superstar DJ Andrea Oliva imports the hugely successful Ibiza club night to London.
We interviewed Andrea earlier in the year ahead of the ANTS invasion, so unless you have a bottle of RAID (ant killer) we expect to see you there.