THE BAND: Take That’s New Musical, Opera House Manchester – and four other things to do today
Here are today’s 5 things
- Celebrate World Vegetarian Day at Tabun Kitchen, London. Palestinian-inspired restaurant Tabun Kitchen is delighted to announce a special set menu for World Vegetarian Day this coming Sunday, 1st October. Tabun Kitchen is open 7 days a week. For reservations call 020 7324 7767, 77 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8TH.
- Book to see Take That’s New Musical: The Band at the Opera House, Manchester. Written by award winning writer Tim Firth, The Band is a beautiful story for anyone who grew up with a boyband and how those songs became the soundtrack to their lives. Book Here.
- Have your hair cut whilst listening to jazz and having your hair cut at Blade Hairclub. This Thursday from 7pm – 9pm Blade Hairclub will be taken over by Jazz, Cuts & Cocktails, an exciting event where the Soho salon plays host to live entertainment. Giacomo Smith and Dave Arches from Kansas Smittys fame will be playing live in the salon, guests should expect great drinks, jazz jamming and a relaxed and informal vibe. Blade Hairclub is located in the heart of Soho, its unique combination of highly skilled hairdressing and expertly stocked subterranean bar turns the awkward and intimidating salon culture on its head.
- Try The Stoke House Sunday Roast. As the weather grows colder, there’s nothing better than a hearty Sunday roast. And whilst you might be dreaming of the home cooked variety, The Stoke House offers a traditional British Sunday roast sure to rival any family meal. The main event is the locally sourced deliciously tender 28-day dry aged wood roasted rump beef from Cornish butchers Phillip Warren, suppliers of The Ledbury, imparted with delicious flavours from the in-restaurant wood fire smoker. A roast is nothing without good trimmings and with Michelin star restaurants vegetable supplier Mash Purveyors, guests are sure not to be disappointed. Tuck in to smoked cauliflower cheese, garlic and thyme roasted potatoes and honey glazed carrots – all topped off with lashings of gravy.
- Christmas in the Lake District? Celebrate the Festive Season at Storrs Hall on Lake Windermere.As the nights start to roll in earlier and winter approaches, thoughts turn to the festive season. With historic Georgian architecture adorned with Christmas decorations, there is no better place to celebrate the upcoming festive season than Storrs Hall, set on the beautiful shores of Lake Windermere.