At a loose end for happenings in the UK for the next week? HYPEBEAST has plenty of options for you. There’s more than enough happening this week, with a number of restaurants both in London and beyond as well as art openings as well as a host of sample sales.
There’s also more than enough restaurants and exhibitions to visit while you’re in the city. So without further ado, here’s a list of happenings on the weekend of April 26 and beyond.
Fashion and Shopping
Where: The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, London, W1U 5AS
When: June 6 – June 9
MATCHESFASHION.COM is host to a plethora of designer names, so a sample sale from the retailer is bound to be packed full of bargains for the savvy consumer.
Where: Showcase, 12 Regent Street, St. James’s, London, SW1Y 4PE
When: June 6 – June 8
Helmut Lang is undoubtedly the star of the show when it comes to this joint sample sale, which takes place alongside Theory and J BRAND.
Where: Urban Outfitters, 200 Oxford Street London, England W1D 1NU
When: June 6 – June 9
Taking place during fashion week, Wavey Garms is hosting a pop-up event at Oxford Street’s Urban Outfitters. Expect a collection of all the products you’ve associated the store with.
Where: Lloyd Park, Croydon
When: May 31-June 1
Taking place today and tomorrow, Nas is one of the headliners of the Croydon-based festivals The Ends. Names such as Wizkid, Kojey Radical, Damian Marley, Saint JHN and more are playing over the two-day extravaganza.
Where: Village Underground
When: June 3
With a solid fanbase already due to her mind-bendingly creative projects, Tierra Whack is now appearing in the UK, taking over Village Underground on June 3.
Where: The Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen
When: June 6
Lucky Daye is part of the new guard of R&B, having just released his debut album Painted. Expect hits from that as well as his EP’s I and II.
Where: 37-38 Margaret St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0JF
When: June 1
MEATLiquor W1 is the latest iteration of the famed burger restaurant that kickstarted the food trend in London. After its space next to a car park was taken over by the leaseholders, they’ve now moved to Marylebone where you can expect their signature blend of burgers and exceedingly strong cocktails to carry on.
Art & Cinema
Theaster Gates courtesy of White Cube
Where: White Cube Mason’s Yard
When: Until June 21
Theaster Gates’ latest exhibition is at White Cube Mason’s Yard and focuses on a new body of work. Gates’ looks at cultural hybridity as well as delving into Japanese philosophy and Black identity to make a new aesthetic that Gates calls “Western-White sameness.”