Bunga Bunga Covent Garden are launching a brand new Saturday Matinee Bottomless Brunch, which promises to be a non-stop immersive experience with everything from brass band performances to cabaret and acrobatics. Renowned house band, the Bunga Boys will also be there to entertain you with music and Bunga-OKE. It would not be a Bunga Bunga brunch without a serving of Italy’s finest food and drink to accompany the spectacular entertainment. The first brunch is on 16 September and costs £44, including a three-course Italian feast, never ending Prosecco and Belllini top-ups.
But a word of warning, a visit to Bunga Bunga will give you a rare insight into the back streets of Southern Italy and its underground world from the comfort of your chair, so remember to keep your wits about you as you come face to face with the most notorious characters Italy has ever seen.
Bunga Bunga, 167 Drury Lane www.bungabunga-london.com
Fans of The Rolling Stones will be able to get their hands on a piece of rock and roll history in September, when a selection of rock legend Ronnie Wood’s rare and popular artworks will be exhibited at Castle Fine Art. Taken from his personal archive, the collection comprises some of the most sought after limited edition portraits capturing his own musical icons and mentors, from Bob Dylan to Jimi Hendrix and Chuck Berry. Before beginning his musical career he received formal art training at Ealing College of Art and, throughout the years, the artist and the musician have been inseparable.
It is as natural to find him with a pencil as with a guitar – as he claims: “there is no kind of therapy like the one you have from starting a picture and then seeing it through to the end.” Each piece in the collection has been signed by the artist himself and embossed with The Private Collection seal. The pictures will be displayed from 1 September-1 October.
Castle Fine Art, 20 New Row ww.castlegalleries.com