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Negronis, crazy golf and a chocolate spa: it's LondOntheInside’s tips for May

Negronis, crazy golf and a chocolate spa: it's LondOntheInside’s tips for May

Our mates at LondOntheInside have rounded up five things they’re pretty damn excited about this month. 

Chocolate Spa, Secret London location May 5

When you're in a spa, do you secretly long to be covered in chocolate? Yes? Then lookie here – the Cadbury's Dairy Milk Medley Lounge is heading to the city offering spa treatments that involve a whole lot of choc. There will be everything from free head, arm and hand massages to manicures, which you can enjoy while chomping on free chocolate. You can rock up on the day and queue or you can enter our comp for guaranteed entry and treatment. Chocs away!

The Negroni Bar, Red Gallery, May 11–21

When somebody told us a bar serving the world's largest selection of negronis was coming to London, we drafted up our sick note for work. Because by the time we've worked our way through all 30 there's gonna be no way we'll be fit for anything. The pop-up is around for two weeks with masterclasses, DJs and ALL the booze. You best get those days off booked in now... 

 

Rumble in the Jumble, Music Rooms, May 14

You know when you really love a celeb, so much so that you want to be them? Well get down to Rumble in the Jumble where you can buy their cast-offs to take home. All the dollar goes to charity and there's donations from the likes of Kate Moss, Paloma Faith and Foals.

Swingers, 8 Brown's Building, May 27

Swingers and balls usually conjure up images of something a bit sordid, but fear not, this is in fact a crazy golf extravaganza, which now has a permanent home. There's street food, five different bars, a club house and of course crazy mini golf.

 

Eagulls, Islington Assembly Hall, May 19

Unsettling yet enthralling, Eagulls are best experienced live and Islington's Assembly Hall is quite a venue to make that happen. It's shoegaze delight that's loud and flirts with the savage side of destruction. The Leeds-based quartet will be armed with new tuneage also, in prep for album number two. 

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