This week why not revive those retro roots and join the Ice Cream Masterclass at Peter Jones, swing like the sixties at The Cellar or indulge in some lunchtime jazz at Cadogan Hall.
PETER JONES ICE CREAM MASTERCLASS
Wednesday 27 and Saturday 30 July
Make the most of the summer weather and head to Peter Jones
and partake in their ‘Ice Cream Masterclass’ and learn how to make the perfect homemade ice cream with head chef Chris McLean. During two live demonstration classes on 27 and 30 July, Chris will recreate nostalgic ice cream flavours to satisfy every sweet tooth. The decadent menu of ice cream delights includes: Creamy Caramel Swirl, Smooth Blueberry and Raspberry Ripple and a refreshing Mint Choc Chip.
The free events will take place in the Peter Jones demonstration kitchen at 6pm on Wednesday and 10.30am on Saturday.
60’S THEMED MUSIC NIGHT AT THE CELLAR, WORLD’S END
Thursday 28 July
Dig out your flares and get ready to re-live the age of flower power this Thursday at The Cellar with their live 60’s music night. Paying tribute to the King’s Road heyday throughout the swinging 60’s, the management will be serving a free cocktail to the best dressed customer as you dance the night away to a mixture of memorable songs from the era and modern day hits. Entrance is from 7.30pm and is £5 per person, or reduced to £3 for diners from their restaurants, The Scene
or The Summerhouse.
LUNCHTIME JAZZ AT CADOGAN HALL
Thursday 28 July
World famous jazz trumpeter Steve Fishwick who has played with most leading UK jazz musicians (Sir John Dankworth, the BBC Big Band, Peter King and Mike Carr amongst many, many others), will be performing a lunchtime set at Cadogan Hall
this Thursday, accompanied by his bass and piano trio. The concert duration is two hours, including interval, and the admission is free.