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Monday, September 7, 2020 – 1:07pm
August’s mini heatwave might be over but things are far from cooling down this September.
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The UK is home to an abundance of fun things to do, from one of the country’s first ever floating cinema experiences to the return of Fuller’s popular Shakespeare In The Garden event, which will see The Tempest play out in spacious beer gardens across the nation.
If your September plans are minimal, make way for DesignMyNight’s guide to the month ahead.
Openaire: Float-In Cinema – London
Drive-in cinemas originate all the way back to the early 1910s and almost 100 years on, the on-wheels experience has witnessed a major comeback with screens popping up across the UK. If you happen to rely on London’s excellent transportation system and don’t own a car of your own, there’s always Openaire; one of the UK’s first ever cinematic experience by boat. Based in Paddington, you’ll float up to the big screen in a boat of your own to catch everything from Bohemian Rhapsody to Mamma Mia.
Tickets from £15; Various dates from 9 September; Merchant Square, Paddington, London W2 1AJ
Colchester Oyster Fishery – London
Company of Cooks has partnered with Colchester Oyster Fishery this month for a special one-off evening to offer up the best seafood in Britain. The three-course meal on 17 September will be accompanied by the backdrop of Chelsea’s historic botanical garden and your experience will kick-start with a complimentary glass of Chablis. The menu consists of a silky smoked salmon starter with a shellfish platter for mains – which can be upgraded to lobster for an extra £20 – and a honeycomb cheesecake for dessert.
Tickets from £60-£80; Thursday 17 September; Chelsea Physic Garden, 66 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4HS
The Southbank BBQ Club – London
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