Cocktails, Shakespeare set to music and three other things
1. Cool down with an Aperol Sorbet Spritz at the London’s Royal Horseguards Hotel. Consisting of a delicious Aperol sorbet, which is served in a chilled classic Champagne Coupe and delicately topped with ice cold Prosecco, then finished with a twist of orange.
2.Visit the iCracked bar in Covent Garden. To prevent clumsy Londoners from breaking their smartphones, iCracked, an on-demand repair service for iPhones, iPads and Samsung devices is to open the world’s safest bar for one day only on Wednesday 5th August. The bar will be open from 6pm – 10pm at 77 Shelton Street in Covent Garden. Guests who come with a broken Apple or Samsung phone can win the chance to have their phone fixed for free on the spot
3. Learn the Bollygood Dance moves in aid of Macmillan Cancer. Learn our Jai Ho! dance for the World Record Breaking Bollywood dance on May 12th. Come and support – and be part of this record breaking event!! It’s going to be amazing to say the least. And all in aid of Macmillan Cancer
4. Take a tour of the Royal Courts of Justice. The Courts of Law Public Tour at the Royal Courts of Justice in London allows you to step into the fascinating world of the English and Welsh justice system. Absorb the history of this stunning building opened in 1882 by Queen Victoria. Admire the Court’s spectacular architecture and cathedral like Great Hall. Be captivated by the working court rooms, which hear high profile cases to this day! The tours last approximately 1 hour and are run by experts in legal education.
5. Buy tickets for Thursdays performance of ‘What She Will’ by Jane Jones, based on the works of William Shakespeare. The beautiful lyrics of Shakespeare set to folk music. Tickets are £8.80 and the performance takes place at The Slaughtered Lamb pub in Clerkenwell.