Two special events are taking place at Mayfair’s iconic Brown’s Hotel in September.

 

Stir up A Taste of the 60s in a cocktail masterclass with the experts.

Or, join the Brown’s Art Lunch Walk to four art galleries, guided by the BBC’s Arts Correspondent. Return to the hotel for an exquisite three-course lunch.

A taste of the 60’s cocktail masterclass

 

Photographer Terence Donovan created the look of the 1960’s and immortalised stars like Twiggy, David Bowie and Sophia Loren.

Now London is set to swing once again with The Donovan Bar‘s cocktail masterclass.

Recreate the flavours of the day guided by one of the hotel’s renowned mixologists.

Following a demonstration of how to make three classic cocktails, you can try your hand.

Then sample the drinks while enjoying a selection of tasty canapés.

After the class, enjoy a cocktail (up to the value of £25) in the bar’s signature ‘naughty corner’.

Choose from The Donovan Bar’s Our Generation menu which celebrates the faces of the 60’s.

 

Graham Bell room, Brown’s Hotel, Thursday September 19th, 6-7pm. 
Tickets are £75 per person. 
To book, contact Martina Rumanova: mrumanova@roccofortehotels.com
 

Brown’s Art Lunch Walk

 

Meet at Brown’s for morning coffee in The English Tea Room where you can admire the John Martin Gallery artwork which adorns the walls.

Then join BBC Art Correspondent Maeve Doyle, who is also a renowned curator, for a guided walk to four art galleries.

 

At each gallery, the owner or director will present their current exhibitions.

Brown’s Art Walks are designed to help art lovers navigate their way through the hundreds of private shows which, collectively, make Mayfair one of the world’s greatest art hubs.

After visiting the galleries, guests will return to Brown’s for a three-course lunch.

Brown’s Art Lunch Walk, Saturday September 14th, 10.30am-3pm.
Tickets, at £95 per person, from Brown’s reservations on 0207 518 4172.
Email: reservations.browns@roccofortehotels.com

 

You may also like to find out about the Mayfair Times & St James’s Literary Festival. Some of the events are taking place at Brown’s Hotel.