JR: Chronicles

The Saatchi Gallery are delighted to host the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist, JR.

This must-visit exhibition features some of his most iconic projects from the past 15 years; tracing his career from the early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris, to his large scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide, as well as recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Pre-booking is strongly encouraged and tickets start from £6 (Saatchi Gallery Members go free). Find out more and book here.

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Liv Sunday Lunch Chelsea

Sunday lunch with Liv

Finally, rejoice! Sunday Lunch season is back and we can’t wait to get our teeth stuck into Chelsea’s best.

Liv has just launched a new Sunday menu which has found its way to our ‘Must Visit’ list.

Alongside their daily ‘A la carte’ menu, choose from Roasted sirloin of longhorn beef, Roasted half corn-fed chicken or cauliflower steak. Each roast comes with Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables – everything one would want from an end-of-week feast.

The pudding menu should not be overlooked. Cherry and almond tart served with dulce de leche ice cream will grab your attention immediately but, for us, it’s the Cheese selection we’ll be ordering; Westcombe Cheddar, Wigmore, Cropwell Bishop Stilton served with oatcakes, seed crackers and apple ketchup (Heinz… watch out).

To find out more and to book, visit their website here.

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Pavilion Road x Papersmiths Competition

Whilst your 2020 diary may be slightly redundant this year, head to Papersmiths to discover their “undated” diary – pages for each day of the year, the only catch is the year is your choice.

Pavilion Road have collaborated with stationers Papersmiths to give one lucky follower the chance to win their own ‘The Daily Undated Planner’ by The Completist and a Caran d’Ache fountain pen. To enter; like the competition post on Instagram; comment and tell us what’s most exciting you about 2021, and make sure you are following @pavilionroad and @paper_smiths.

The competition will start on Monday, 5 October and end on Saturday, 10 October 2020. Good luck!

Terms & Conditions

  • The prize is a copy of ‘The Daily Undated Planner’ by The Completist (value of £35) and a Caran d’Ache fountain pen (value of £50)
  • The winner can choose any pattern for ‘The Daily Undated Planner’ that is available in-store
  • The prize must be collected by the winner at Papersmiths, 170 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, London SW1X
  • The prize cannot be exchanged for any other goods at Papersmiths or for a cash alternative
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Kensington & Chelsea Art Week 2020

The Kensington & Chelsea Art Week returns this year spanning a full 11 days, from 1-10 October 2020. World-class institutions and cultural practitioners have come together with a programme of events and installations taking place across the neighbourhood for a week-long celebration of the cultural heritage of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. A colourful series of public art trails, exhibitions and installations will feature over 150 local galleries and cultural venues in what promises ot be the most exciting edition of the festival yet.

Follow the public art trail across the borough and discover large-scale pieces of art on display for all to enjoy. ‘In Bloom’, a majestic large-scale geometric sculpture and light installation will sit on Sloane Square with the title evoking memories of Chelsea in Bloom, the neighbourhood’s most loved floral exhibition, an extension of the Chelsea Flower Show that takes place each May.

At Duke of York Square you’ll be able to find “Through”, an interactive walk-through glass isntallation by Liz West. The multicoloured sculpture exudes positivity through the rainbow colours that have become synonymous with hope in recent months.

It doesn’t stop there either; further down the King’s Road, shops have partnered with artists connected to the area to animate their store windows.

Plus, this year’s event also sees the return of the acclaimed photography competition by Alison Jackson, ‘A Day in Your Life’. The open air community minded photography exhibition invited aspiring photographers over the age of 9-years old within the borough to submit a photograph which best expressed a day in their life during the extraordinary lockdown period. The winning photographs will be exhibited on the Duke of York Square running track on 3rd and 10th October from 10am-4pm, alongside the Saturday Fine Food Market, and thereafter on 5th October in the Chelsea Theatre picture space.

Kensington & Chelsea Art Week is set to be a jam-packed programme of activity. All events are free to attend and will be held outside to ensure social distancing can be maintained.

Find out more here.

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London Craft Week

Artisan Chelsea returns as part of this year’s London Craft Week from 30 September to 8 October 2020.

Showcasing the artisan skills of our neighbourhood, London Craft Week is back! Join master craftspeople and makers for a series of events, demonstrations, workshops, experiences and talks (both in person and virtual) and discover the best of Chelsea’s boutique independent stores, global flagship brands as well as tucked away eateries.

A vibrant programme of activity will be bookable from Anthropologie, Anya Hindmarch, Belmond Cadogan Hotel, Cassandra Goad, Smythson, Bentley’s, Tanner Krolle, The Fashion School, Natoora and de Gourney.

Find out more and book your places here.

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Chelsea History Festival 2020

From its fashion mavericks to iconic rock-star residents, Chelsea’s heritage is worth celebrating. From 17-27 September 2020, the festival returns for its second year showcasing Chelsea’s illustrious past with a programme of over 50 events featuring world-class speakers, authors and historians on a virtual and physical stage.

This year’s festival will take place both virtually and physically with an exciting programme of talks, tours and events presented by three iconic institutions; the National Army Museum; the Royal Hospital Chelsea and Chelsea Physic Garden covering a broad range of content to suit every interest, from military to art history and social to natural history.

All virtual events will be free to attend, however must be booked in advance. Tickets for physical events are priced up to £15, with a 25% discount when booking three or more. To ensure you don’t miss out, make sure you book your places as early as possible; bookings can be made here.

Highlights from the programme include;

  • Philippe Sands, one of the UK’s most prominent human rights barristers, in conversation with James Holland discussing his most recent book, ‘The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive’
  • An evening with Bletchley Park; spotlighting its role in the Second World War
  • Ben Macintyre, one of Britain’s most acclaimed historians, tells the incredible story of Ursula Kuczynski. Codenamed ‘Sonya’, she conducted some of the most dangerous espionage operations of the 20th Century, including planning an assassination attempt on Hitler and helping the Soviet Union build the atom bomb
  • Sir Michael Morpurgo will talk about how he turns the subject of war into fiction
  • Award-winning war reporter, Christina Lamb has worked in combat zones for over 30 years. Her new book, ‘Our bodies, their battlefield’, gives voice to the women of conflicts. She will be in conversation with world-renowned human rights lawyer Baroness Helena Kennedy, who has worked internationally with women in conflict zones
  • Martin Brown, illustrator of ‘Horrible Histories’, will take families on a journey from the bloody Battle of Waterloo to the frightful First World War and will get them drawing in a quick fire workshop
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Win dinner for two at Hans’ Bar & Grill

Sadly long hot summers’ evenings can now be caught in the rear view mirror, however this is the perfect opportunity to settle in to a cosy corner at Hans’ Bar & Grill. We’re giving one lucky winner and a plus one the opportunity to discover Grill Night this autumn.

To enter, like the competition post on Pavilion Road’s Instagram, tag your plus one of choice and make sure you are both following @hansbarandgrill and @pavilionroad.

The competition run from Wednesday 16 September to Wednesday 30 September 2020. T&Cs apply.

Terms & conditions

  1. The prize is dinner for two at Hans’ Bar & Grill and the chance to enjoy their Grill Night menu and a house bottle of wine.
  2. The winner and their guest must only select dishes from Hans’ Bar & Grill’s Grill Night menu.
  3. The meal for two must be booked ahead of the winner’s visit.
  4. The winner must claim their prize by Saturday, 31 October 2020.
  5. The prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferrable.

 

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The King’s Man Experience

“Refined but brutal. Civilised by merciless.”

Immerse yourself in the world of ‘The King’s Man’ and be taken on a journey exploring the history, legends, politics and people depicted in Disney’s forthcoming release.

The latest film, the third in the series, uncovers the origins of the fictional Kingsman organisation and this unmissable exhibition is an entirely immersive display featuring costumes, props and behind-the-scenes material. The King’s Man experience will bring to life the film, set against a backdrop of the First World War which saw the Army expand to its greatest ever size. Set within the National Army Museum, there is no better location to discover the sets, props and costumes that so brilliantly bring to life the concepts of war, espionage, bravery and sacrifice.

Entry to The King’s Man Experience is free, however pre-booking is required for your safety. Book here.

 

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11 Cadogan Gardens Competition

This summer, we’re giving you the opportunity to escape to the heart of Chelsea for the ultimate staycation. Enter Pavilion Road’s latest competition to win a ‘Your City Centre Sancutary’ at 11 Cadogan Gardens’ luxury boutique hotel, proud member of Relais & Chateaux.

To enter, simply like the competition on post on Pavilion Road’s Instagram, tag who you’d like to share your stay with and make sure you are both following @11cadogangardens and @pavilionroad.

The competition will start on 13 August and end at midnight on 31 August 2020.

Terms & Conditions

  • The prize includes: one night’s stay at 11 Cadogan Gardens for the winner and their guest sharing a double room; breakfast for two at Hans’ Bar & Grill; an immune boosting smoothie for the winner and their guest; access to the tranquil privacy of Cadogan Gardens; a complimentary class at KXU fitness studio for the winner and their guest
  • Booking must be ahead of the winner’s visit an is dependent on the availability of rooms
  • The prize must be claimed by 31 October 2020
  • Any extra services or food and drink orders will be charged to the winner
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Competition with KXU

With no set date for the re-opening of gyms and a significant rise in how enjoyment from WFH (Working-out From Home), we have partnered with KXU to give you the chance to win a month’s access to KXU on Demand, with unlimited access to KXU’s online Strength, HIIT, Yoga and Barre Classes.

To enter our competition, ‘like’ Pavilion Road’s competition post, make sure you are following @pavilionroad and @kxulondon and share in the the comments why you want to work out with KXU online.

The competition will run from Monday, 8 June 2020 and end on Thursday, 11 June 2020.

Good luck!

T&Cs:

  • The prize is one month membership to KXU’s On Demand membership, valued at £20
  • The prize cannot be exchanged for cash
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