If you have a budding designer or artist in your midst, a workshop with Nicole Line could be the gift for them. These relaxed spaces are perfect for beginners all through to experts, teaching people technical skills, as well as collaborating and sharing ideas.
Christmas Gift Ideas
It's unlikely we need to remind you of just how awkward it is watching someone open your unquestionably ill thought out gift. "Oh, a 'personalised mop with phone holder'? How did you, err, how did you know?'". We've all been there. So forget boring presents and inspirational-quote-laden-tut this year, we've got a sleigh-load of awesome London experiences, just perfect for a Christmas gift with a difference. From brewery tours to alfresco cinema, secret comedy nights to titillating burlesque experiences; check out our selection of Christmas gift ideas for 2018 right here.
(Click through on each gift for full terms and availability options).
Drink, Shop & Do are saving you this Christmas as they release gift vouchers; nab one for the person who has everything as they can be used against a whole range of fun, from craft workshops to bottomless brunches.
Treat a good friend or family member to one of London's best luxury experiences with this amazing Sky Garden voucher. Valid across all Sky Garden bars and restaurants it's a perfect Christmas gift idea.
If you've got a beer-lover to buy for, then this is the ultimate gift. Along with a tour of East London's CRATE brewery, they will sample plenty of craft beers, learn more about the brewing process and munch their way through sharing platters.
For an experience perfectly suited to those who love everything about beer, take them on the Bermondsey Microbrewery Craft Beer Tasting Tour to peak behind the curtains of the process that goes into making their favourite drinks. Visit four different breweries, gaining a complimentary drink in each, and even getting one to take home at the end. Tickets are a sweet £40pp.
If you want to give a gift they'll never forget, send them on one of these Seabreacher crafts. Shaped like a killer wale, the craft speeds in and out of the water at up to 60mph, you'll never look at the Thames the same way again.