We’ve rounded up the best events in Covent Garden to help you plan your next visit. Whether it’s events on the Piazza, seasonal collections in-store or discovering the latest new openings in the neighbourhood, we’ve got you covered.
Betwixt the façades of Covent Garden’s Henrietta Street lies my rambunctious den where sumptuous Georgian sophistication meets punk London. On the menu you’ll find free-flowing drinks and show-stopping platters piled with mouthwatering morsels, from fresh burrata and delicately sliced meat to satisfyingly salty bar snacks.
Mrs Riot’s main priority is always her audience. Open seven days a week and over two floors, two stages and an outdoor terrace area. Each visit becomes an experience as live acts perform every day, including a one-of-a-kind vegan cupcake drag brunch each Saturday. No matter which day you choose to visit, you could find yourself twisting and twirling to jazz, salsa, or maybe even a little funk.
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With over 200 stores to choose from, Covent Garden is one of London’s hottest shopping destinations.
From complimentary beauty makeovers to monogramming and personalisation services, we’ve rounded up the very best services and experiences on offer in the area.
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These elephants packed their trunks and trundled off to Floral Court. When you next visit Covent Garden be sure to visit Floral Court to see these magnificent life-sized elephant sculptures made from dried plant fibres. The Elephant Family and Petersham Nurseries have brought these incredible pieces to the West End to support the charity’s new environmental art campaign, CoExistence.