Inside Out Victoria


Inside Out Victoria – a series of events showcasing the areas best shops, restaurants, cultural hotspots and entertainment destinations – will return to SW1’s streets this Autumn.

Running from 23rd September to 11th October – this year’s Inside Out Victoria is offering Londoners more unique ‘behind the scenes’ experiences at locations across this transformed corner of the capital.

Thriving music, art, food and fashion scenes will all be on show, as well as Curzon Cinema and some of the area’s newest openings joining the line up.

Organisers promise ‘something for everyone to enjoy’. Embrace your inner fashion goddess with a distressed denim workshop with Donna Ida at the Conrad London St James, or  catch an exclusive screening of Iris at Curzon Cinema before indulging your foodie side with a guided chocolate tasting at Hotel Chocolat and an espresso masterclass with barista extraordinaires Coffee Geek and Friends.

Other culinary delights on offer include a gourmet tapas masterclass hosted by Ibérica. Alternatively, enjoy a variety of the best Victoria restaurants including Mango Tree, Tozi, and Adam Handling at Caxton Grill in a restaurant hopping tour as part of the hugely successful London Restaurant Festival. Go one step further by getting a sneak peek behind the hoardings at Nova, Victoria – set to be London’s newest food quarter when it completes next year.

Other attractions planned for the event are taster classes for visitors to try their hands at potential new hobbies, or learn new skills. There will be a floral workshop, a knitting class and even a beekeeping tutorial, all held as part of the Inside Out Victoria event.

Shops and restaurants across the postcode will be offering hand-picked offers throughout the period, and there’s a free session at Sohot Bikram Yoga  on offer too.

Emily Cleary

Emily Cleary

After almost a decade chasing ambulances, and celebrities, for Fleet Street’s finest, Emily has taken it down a gear and settled for a (slightly!) slower pace of life in the suburbs. With a love of cheese and fine wine, Emily is more likely to be found chasing her toddlers round Kew Gardens than sipping champagne at a showbiz launch nowadays, or grabbing an hour out of her hectic freelancer’s life to chill out in a spa while hubby holds the babies. If only!


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