The Sea, The Sea, Pavilion Road

Seafood Masterclass at The Sea, The Sea

After a smash hit Lobster Masterclass, The Sea, The Sea’s own Leo Carreira is back with another exclusive session for eight guests (so book fast!), this time focussing on two of the UK’s finest shellfish: langoustine’s and King Scallops.

On 8 July from 7pm, this interactive and hands on class will include preparation and cooking demonstrations as Leo creates different dishes using these fantastic shellfish.

Dinner will be served throughout the sessions and includes drinks on arrival.

To book your place, call 020 7824 8090.

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The Clockmaker’s Daughter – In Concert

Fra Fee (The Ferryman) and Christine Allado (Hamilton) are joined on stage by Wendi Peters (Coronation Street) to perform the acclaimed new British musical, The Clockmaker’s Daughter.

Set in the fictional time of Spindlewood, The Clockmaker’s Daughter is a musical fairy tale built around themes of prejudice, discrimination, animosity and fear of the unknown. Like most towns of age, Spindlewood has its traditions. But no practice, custom or old wives’ warning is so firmly adhered to as ‘The Turning of the Key’.

Purchase your tickets to this must-see performance here.

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Discover One of Chelsea’s Hidden Gems

For one very special weekend in June, 8th and 9th, some of London’s hidden green spaces are opened up to the public for enjoyment and discovery as part of Open Garden Squares. This is your opportunity to visit one of Chelsea’s exclusive private gardens; explore the history, enjoy delicious refreshments and listen to a wonderful live jazz trio.

Open from 10am – 5pm, Cadogan Place North and South will be one of London’s finest green spaces open to the public. Soak up the tranquil atmosphere and enjoy one of Chelsea’s hidden gems for this weekend only. Tickets can be purchased here.

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Bread Ahead launches Pizza

For a speedy bite or lunch on-the-go, Bread Ahead have launched an extremely delicious lunch offering freshly made each day by Pablo – pizza.

Four to six flavours will be on made each day, and, for the highly organised or ever-hungry, can even be pre-ordered by calling 020 7730 0978. Flavours include:

Classic Margerita, Grilled Veggie, Spicy Salami, Classic Pesto, Pizza Red with Oregano, Napoli Salami, Mortedel Meat, Tuna with Black Olives and Onion

Add extra flavour, not that it’s needed though, by infusing yours with chilli oil, topping with parmesan, dried oregano or parmesan.

To learn how to make your own, book a space on their Pizza workshop here.

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Chelsea in Bloom – the results!

The results are in and we have this year’s Chelsea in Bloom champion! This year saw 90 participants compete for the coveted awards; Best Floral Display, Highly Commended and the Innovation and the competition was tougher than ever with each business pulling out all the stops and displaying unique and individual interpretations of the Under the Sea theme.

The results are as follows:

Best Floral Display: Hackett

Highly Commended: Smythson & Kiki McDonough

Innovation Award: Marshall Wace

Gold:

11 Cadogan Gardens, Artisan du Chocolat, Boden, Boodles, Cassandra Goad, Club Monaco, Free People, Gallery Mess, Hugo Boss, J Crew, Jigsaw, Kiki McDonough, Loro Piana, Moyses Stevens, Peter Jones, Poetry, Poliform, Polpo, Provenance Village Butcher, Rag & Bone, REDValentino, Rigby & Peller, Salon Sloane, Sarah Chapman, Sloane Place, Space NK Apothecary, Sticks N Sushi, The White Company

Silver:

& Other Stories, Brunello Cucinelli, Bulgari, David Mellor, Dermalogica, Dubarry, Essentiel Antwerp, Giuseppe Zanotti, Kiehl’s, Kings of Chelsea, Laurence Coste, Links of London, Lone Design Club, Monica Vinader, No 8 Partnership, Oliver Peoples, Peloton, Rabbit, T.Ba, The Chelsea General Store, The Fold, The Sea The Sea, Toast, Tom Davies, Yves Delorme

Bronze:

Brora, Budd London, Cosmetics a la Carte, Hamptons International, Hans’ Bar & Grill, Heidi Klein, Hobbs, Michael John, Miista, Nike Women’s, Olivia Von Halle, Really Wild, Rixo, Roger Vivier, Scribbler, The Baby Cot Shop, Zaeem Jamal

Merit:

Ash, Blaiz, Clarendon, Daniela de Montby, EF Medispa, French Sole, Lema, L.K.Bennett, Penhaligon’s, Sloane Square Hotel, Tateossian, Toni & Guy

You also voted for your People’s Champion and after a total of 14,000 votes were cast, the winner was Peter Jones! Second place went to Hugo Boss and third, Kiki McDonough.

To view the displays, visit the Chelsea in Bloom website here. Or, visit the area itself and soak up the atmosphere surrounded by these incredible floral installations themselves.

 

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salt., Royal Court Theatre Sloane Square

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Book your tickets to see ‘salt.’, a reflection on Black British identity.

A journey to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. In February 2016, two artists got on a cargo shop and retraced one of the routes of the Transatlantic Slave Triangle – from the UK to Ghana to Jamaica, and back. In order to go forwards, they had to go backwards; their memories, their questions and their grief took them along the bottom of the Atlantic and through a realm of an imaginary past.

This award winning production focusses on grief, home, afropressism, the Black Atlantic, the forgetting of the UK’s colonial history and the impact that has on the daily life of Caribbean communities in the UK today.

Book here.

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Just Opened: Chelsea General Store

The Chelsea General Store has just opened! Each product is very carefully and thoughtfully sourced so you will be able to find everything you need (and want!) to fill your kitchen cupboards. The shelves are lined with locally sourced products and have hunted down the best products from every category including a splendid collection of spirits, fine chocolates & truffles, extra virgin olive oils, delicacies from Sicily…

See you there!

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Hans’ Bar & Grill Easter Specials

Perfect for the year-round chocoholic, or those looking for an indulgent Easter treat, Hans’ Bar & Grill down one of Chelsea’s most beautiful streets, should be top of your go-to list for Easter Sunday.

It’s namesake, Sir Hans Sloane has been credited with bringing the milk chocolate that we know, and adore (!) today, to the UK – and it’s menu, of course, is a chocoholics dream.

As part of 11 Cadogan Gardens, one of Chelsea’s boutique hotels, the two have a selection of special Easter promotions which are entirely irresistible.

For those that have successfully survived 40 days and 40 nights without chocolate, cake and all things delicious, Hans’ Bar and Grill have no better way to celebrate the end of Lent than with their Easter Sunday Afternoon Tea. Tuck into traditional favourites, as well as a couple of cocoa surprises, all for just £29 per person (or £39pp, including Champagne).

Dining in the restaurant for lunch or dinner? All children will receive a complimentary Easter egg. Make sure they save it for pudding! Check out the menu here.

11 Cadogan Gardens, 50% discount on suites

Easter is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family, but sometimes you just don’t want them running riot in your house. For anyone with family staying over the Easter period, 11 Cadogan Gardens are offering 50% off suites – with a full English breakfast too (saves you on the washing up!). For more info, visit their website here.

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KXU Competition – Win a workout with a friend

Strength, Cardio and Stretch at KXU. Take any three classes at KXU with a friend to make working out even more fun.

To enter, ‘like’ Pavilion Road’s competition post, tag a friend who you would like to share your prize with, and make sure you are both following @pavilionroad and @kxulondon on Instagram.

The competition will start on Tuesday, 22 April and will end at 11.59pm on Monday 29 April 2019. Good luck!

T&Cs

  • Prize: 3 x classes at KXU for the winner and their friend
  • Booking is necessary ahead of taking each class at KXU
  • All three classes must be taken by Thursday 30 May 2019
  • The prize cannot be exchanged for cash
  • Class bookings are dependent on availability

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Easter Chocolate Market

Make sure you mark Saturday 13 April in your diaries – the day Duke of York Square becomes a complete haven for chocoholics!

The weekly fine food market will see London’s finest chocolatiers descend on the Square, overseen by the statue of Sir Hans Sloane – who notably introduced milk chocolate to Europe!

The market will be open from 10am – 4pm with a selection of special artisan chocolate market stalls –

  • Sir Hans Sloane Chocolate
  • Susie Keane
  • Diana David
  • Peacoc
  • Lavolio
  • Baci from Speciality Foods (offering iconic Italian Chocolate)
  • Bad Brownies
  • London Chocolate

In addition to these delicious additions, a number of the much-loved regulars will be offering exclusive innovation chocolate decision. An extensive array of mouth-watering treats for sugar-fiends will be available including chocolate sushi from Aki Maki, chocolate flavoured Vietnamese spring rolls from Rao Deli, 10 different flavours of chocolate fudge from Cookies and Creams, as well as chocolate Guiness cake from Nick Fu – just to name a few!

Head into Partridges to carry on your chocolate travels where four Royal Warrant holders will showcase some of their finest cocoa offerings; include Prestat, Bedicks, Charbonnel and Walker, alongside freshly made chocolate flavoured Chelsea Buns.

See you there!

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