If you haven't seen Deadpool yet, head down to the cinema to see Ryan Reynolds on the big sreen. The actor plays a superhero who uses his new found skills to hunt down the man that nearly destroyed his life. Film buffs are calling it action-packed and amusing!
Further afield, Bicester Village is home to a glamorous bridal takeover. Designers including Oscar de la Renta and Alexander McQueen are showcasing their masterpieces, while visitors to the shopping outlet can also set their sight on the famous Sex and the City 'Carrie' dress.
Read on for this week's hot events and new releases...
FOOD AND DRINK
An event for the tea-lovers! aqua kyoto in Regent's Street, London has developed a unique tea-infused menu with specialist tea company JING, which incorporates the subtle flavours of different teas into dishes. Think Sencha tea asparagus tempura, Wagyu bavette with braised Kobe oolong tea and green tea crumble and violet ice cream, served with the vibrant green Matcha tea. Adding an element of the traditional Japanese tea ceremony to the end of the meal, the refreshing Matcha will be whisked at diners' tables. The new menu, developed by head chef Paul Greening, is available until 5 March.
To book a table visit aquakyoto.co.uk.
Vogue 100: A Century of Style
The Beatles and Jude Law take centre stage at the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition, Vogue 100: A Century of Style. The exhibition celebrates the remarkable range of photography that has featured in the British magazine since it was founded in 1916. The two photographs of Jude and The Beatles have never been displayed in public – until now. The portraits are displayed alongside the many faces that have shaped the cultural landscape of the twentieth century, from Princess Diana to Damien Hirst, and Claudia Schiffer to David Beckham. Another highlight of the exhibition is the entire set of prints from Corinne Day's controversial Kate Moss underwear shoot, taken in 1993 at the pinnacle of the 'grunge' trend.
To book tickets visit npg.org.uk/vogue100.
Ryan Reynolds stars as Wade Wilson, a former Special Forces operative who is suffering from terminal cancer. When he's promised a new lease of life by scientist Ajax (played by Ed Skrein), Wade jumps at the chance but ends up disfigured and transformed when the experiment goes wrong. It does leave Wade with accelerated healing powers, so with the help of mutant allies Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Wade, in his alter ego form Deadpool, uses his new skills to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
It's almost time for the 74th Members' Meeting at Goodwood – one of the most historic motor racing events in the world. A limited number of tickets are open to the public and they're selling fast! In addition to the ample motor track races occurring across the weekend of 19 and 20 March, a number of weird and wonderful activities such as duck herding, ferret racing, archery and tug-o-war are available for guests to take part in. Saturday comes to a close with dancers, live bands, singers and a spectacular firework display. A sea of yellow daffodils provides the perfect backdrop.
To book tickets visit grrc.goodwood.com/members-meeting.
Bridal at Bicester Village
The style-savvy bride need look no further than Bicester Village this spring. The shopping outlet is celebrating all things bridal until Sunday 20 March, with 60 boutiques participating in the takeover including Oscar de la Renta, Alexander McQueen and Amanda Wakeley. From the dress to the groom's tailoring, wedding gifts to stunning footwear and even gifts for the couple or wedding party, you'll find everything you need for the big day at Bicester Village. Special events such as afternoon tea and the unveiling of the famous Sex and the City 'Carrie' dress will also be on offer.
For more information visit bicestervillage.com/en/campaign/ss/bridal-and-weddings.
FOOD AND DRINK
A new restaurant has opened in Farnham, Surrey. The Botanist, a pub like no other, has planted its roots in The Borough and is serving botanical cocktails, craft beers and ales along with deli, rotisserie and BBQ-inspired food. From the beginning of March, the restaurant will host daily energetic evening gigs and lazy Sunday afternoon sessions with acoustic acts delivering enthusiastic sets on guitar, piano and vocal guaranteeing a real home-from-home atmosphere.
To book a table visit thebotanist.uk.com.