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Don't miss our entrance adorned in beautiful cherry blossom when you return to the Square - the perfect picture moment!
We all know that lockdown’s have a tendency to drag a little, so to keep you and your little ones entertained here’s a round-up of all things to enjoy virtually – so you don’t miss a minute of Duke of York Square.
Explore the largest collection to date of works by contemporary artist Philip Colbert, at the Saatchi Gallery, through the eyes of his alter ego – a lobster – via your mobile phone, tablet or computer from the comfort of your sofa. ‘Lobsteropolis’ can be viewed virtually by emailing email@example.com.
For those looking to stay active and missing Fletch’s Monday night sweat sessions, Run Club can be joined remotely. Don’t let your training slip and sign up to his classes here. Miss it? Don’t worry, they’re saved online for you to enjoy at later date.
Craving retail therapy but want to support your favourite brands? Essentiel Antwerp are offering digital style consultations so you can stay ahead of the newest trends. Penhaligon’s are also hosting a series of online events throughout the month, including a wonderful gift wrapping workshop. Sign up here.
And for the little ones, set them up on Mini Boden’s Merry Missions. Cue background Christmas carols and that’s a rainy afternoon sorted. The latest challenge is to design a Fair Isle jumper. Find out more here.
Our shops have reopened their doors and many of our restaurants’ terraces are open for alfresco dining in the spring sunshine. We want to reassure you that your safety remains paramount, measures are in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.
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