Have a fashionably fun weekend with Tempus' guide to the best of London

By Rose Adams | 05 Jan 2018 | Culture

From London Fashion Week Men's on ice to gorging on popcorn catching Mark Wahlberg in All The Money In The World, there's plenty to keep you busy in London this weekend

* Isabel's has launched a delicious new 'lunch hour' menu, try it out this weekend
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* All The Money In The World directed by Ridley Scott opens in cinemas nationwide this weekend
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* Band of Outsiders are showcasing their AW18 presentation on ice at Somerset House ice rink
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* The Clock offers a different, scientific focus to training, nutrition and relaxation
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* Isabels has launched a delicious new 'lunch hour' menu, try it out this weekend
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* Celebrate Veganuary by checking out the new Essence Cuisine in Shoreditch
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Christmas may feel like a distant memory with nothing to look forward to on the horizon, but we're here to chage that because trusty London has delivered the goods again, with plenty on offer to keep you entertained. From the finest vegan dining to keep your Veganuary efforts on track, to a very interactice way to experience London Fashion Week Men's, our guide to what's on is sure to cure those festive blues. >>

All The Money in The World

If you’re seeking an entertaining dose of escapism this weekend, look no further Golden Globe nominated flick All The Money in The World which is in cinemas now. The gritty story follows the mafia kidnapping of teen John Paul Getty III and his the harrowing attempts to get him back by his doting mother in a race against time after his grandfather – billionaire businessman J.P. Getty refused to pay ransom. We spoke to one of the stars Giuseppe Bonifati on what it was like to work with leads Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg and iconic director Ridley Scott, and he revealed some very interesting snips. 

In cinemas now

Band of Outsiders at Somerset House 

As part of London Fashion Week Men's 2018, fashion label Band of Outsiders are bringing their FW18 presentation to the iconic Somerset House ice rink. The exciting presentation boasts talented ice-skaters putting us to shame, showcasing the brand’s new collection inspired by winter sport culture and aesthetics. If you've missed out on the shows this season (and even if you haven't) this is the most stylish way to get your fashion fix this weekend. 

Book tickets now

The Clock

Hidden behind the door of a discreet Marylebone townhouse lies plush and sophisticated gymnasium The Clock – a fitness studio that’s about as far away from your generic iron-pumping gym as you can get. With kitsch surroundings you just don't get anywhere else – including chandelier, grand piano and awe inspiring ceilings – you sure won’t be short on motivation to get your squat on. Head there this weekend to hang out in their relaxed members club and experience a scientific focus to training, nutrition and relaxation.


Keep your tastebuds happy this weekend by trying out Isabel's tasty new lunch hour menu. While lactose, sugar and gluten free sharing options are all on offer, they're still packed with enough spice and moreish flavour to ensure your feel-good food still tastes good.  We recommned trying out the cooked dishes such as roast sea bass and braised short rib, a sumptuous addition to the already popular breakfast and brunch selection. 

Essence Cuisine

Show your commitment to Veganuary and that meat free life this weekend by grabbing a bite to eat at Essence Cuisine, a new plant-based, free-from food concept in the trendy hub of Shoreditch. Founded by Bart Roman, the restaurant is serving up decadent vegan dishes all day with a menu that has been developed in partnership with celebrity vegan chef Matthew Kenney. The tasty food is paired with juices and vegan and biodynamic wines or cocktails - because meat free needn’t have to be fun free.

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