Three experiential events to watch next week

Bompas & Parr, Fortnum & Mason and Arla Foods all have interesting experiential activities planned for the coming week.

Fortnum & Mason's Tuesday Treats events will take place until 22 December
Fortnum & Mason's Tuesday Treats events will take place until 22 December

Fortnum & Mason’s Tuesday Treats

Department store Fortnum & Mason (F&M) is continuing its Tuesday Treats series of experiences, as part of its sponsorship of the Somerset House ice rink. Taking place at its pop-up shop at the venue - The Christmas Arcade - the treats include special workshops and tastings. This Tuesday will see ticketholders introduced to Manor House’s festive spice, candles and scented products, as well as Tinker Taylor Christmas decorations in its Meet the makers offering. There will also be tastings of F&M’s Christmas biscuit range, Greg Goose ‘Le Fizz’ cocktails, and Filliers Dry Gin 28, as well as the chance to personalise mini santa sacks.

Where: Skate at Somerset House, The Strand, London

When: 15 December

Bompas & Parr workshops

The last of Bompas & Parr’s festive workshops take place next week. Held at the recently opened British Museum of Food (BMOF), at Borough Market in London, the final two tropical yoga sessions will take place on Monday and Sunday (14 and 20 December), in the BMOF’s butterfly installation. The class will betaken in the 90% humidity space, with complete with butterflies flying round the room. On Tuesday (15 December) the duo’s Bitter Tears workshop will take place, where guests will make bitters from their own pasteurised tears, and mori jewellery from strands of their own hair.

Where: British Museum of Food, Borough Market, London

When: 14th, 15th and 20th December

Arla’s White Wednesdays

The cows visited London's Covent Garden yesterday

Make sure you watch out for Arla Food’s next stunt as its White Wednesdays campaign continues. Taking place over four Wednesdays in December, next week will see the third installment, with the previous two featuring a herd of cow sculptures on a tour of London and a milk bottle Christmas tree, complete with flowing milk. Who knows what the next White Wednesday will bring.

Where: We’ll have to wait and see

When: 16 December

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