I managed two fun evenings: Sunday night I went to Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes for a London Swing Dance Society event (watching, not dancing) then over to watch some awesome improv with The Comedy Store Players. Monday night I went to see PJ Harvey at Shepherd's Bush Empire, which was brilliant although she played a few too many slow songs for my liking.
I cancelled plans on Tuesday in favour of some R&R and last night I missed the opening for this fabulous exhibition at Getty Images:
And then we were going to head to the Regent Street H&M for Matthew Williamson's launch party with Vogue. According to the Marie Claire website today, it was a pretty cool party.
Today is St George's Day and being the big patriot (uh, that's it - not just any excuse to celebrate-iot) today calls for celebratory drinks - if it wasn't for the antibiotics and week off work, Pimms by the river on a lovely spring's evening in London is just what the doctor ordered (sadly, not literally).
Oh well, tonight I have a massage at the gorgeous Soho Hotel to perk me up.
I really wanted to go see the new pop-up vintage tea room which has been open this week, noon-7pm. You can buy all the one-off ceramics and retro teaware once the shop closes this weekend. It sounds fun because a) I love the spontaneity of pop-up anything and b) I absolutely love tea (see, I am a traditionalist patriot?). It's at 47 Lamb’s Conduit St., WC1N 3NG - 020 7242 9876 - go and please tell me I haven't missed out...