Autumn has arrived, with all its brilliant colours. Turns out there’s plenty in the way of luxury events this season too. Let’s take a look at the pick of luxury events in London over the next three months with another edition of the TRULY Quarterly.
The National Gallery
Bring a charged device and learn how to use it to create art.
Summer has arrived with some aplomb, meaning there’s no better time to get out and about and explore the myriad of luxury events in London over the next three months. To help you find them, we’ve put together another TRULY Quarterly, from royal flower shows to multi-sensory art galleries and foodie feasts.
’til 5 July
Vibrant colours and endless blooms, the flower show at Hampton Court Palace is an inspiration to the green-fingered.
As summer gets underway, there are a host of exciting new restaurant openings in London this month. From three Michelin starred behemoths of Paris and Madrid opening new destinations in the capital, to the third outpost of the Gills – already taking London by storm with The Manor and The Dairy, there’s a wide range of places to get your teeth stuck into in June.
London is a fantastic place to live if you love opera, as the city offers some of the world’s best productions all throughout the year. The iconic venues including the London Coliseum and the Royal Opera House put on large scale shows and there are many other small and intimate venues as well.
Spring is sprouting and summer’s just around the corner. There might not be a better time of the year to get out and about. Auspicious, then, that another TRULY Quarterly is here: your luxury guide to what’s on in London in April, May, June 2015.
‘Til 5 April
Kew Gardens is continuing to hold the incredible International Garden Photographer of the Year Exhibition.
credit: Robert Gray
If you’re trying to put a collective name on it, London museum exhibits are a bit of a mish-mash of culture at the moment; from quasi-factual Sherlock artefacts to concrete tunnels five metres tall. Variety, however, seems to be its biggest strength.
Tate, until 15th March
Capturing the aftermath of conflict has been a hot topic of late, what with the WWI centenary and current unrest in Ukraine.
As has become a TRULY custom, we’ve spent some time looking into the future to see what luxury events we can find this coming quarter. It so turns out we’re quite excited about the next three months.
Highlights of what’s on in London include private Valentine’s dining, a Michelin star lunch accompanied with the life of Picasso, and a handful of Bach performances at the Royal Academy of Music.
credit: Aurelien Guichard
To stave off boredom, uneventfulness, and potentially any unwanted family gatherings, here are a few tings you can get up to over the Christmas period.
While you might have heard some are best avoided, Britain sees some fantastic markets and fairs come the winter.
If you live or venture into the city this Christmas and want a break from the humdrum of the crowds on Oxford Street, then why not consider indulging yourself a little and trying some of the most luxurious things to do in London this Christmas?
When a well-established Rome based chocolate shop opens a branch in London then you know it must be worth investigating.
The temptation to cook for your entire extended family is, as we know, always strong at Christmas time. But imagine a world where your only exertions on Christmas Day were travelling to a fine restaurant and actually enjoying the dinner. We’re not saying it will be better than what you normally prepare, but these places are rather good.