London Wine Week Festival is back to Devonshire Square!
5/06/2017 - 9/06/2017 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
A CITY SUMMER OASIS FILLED WITH WINE
London Wine Week is returning to Devonshire Square this June but with a few exciting new twists!
From 5th to 9th june, Devonshire Square will once again be hosting the hub of London Wine Week as the festival brings a plethora of global pop-ups to the square and involves our resident wine bars.
As the home for London Wine Week, expect brand new names such as Wines of Argentina who will be shipping their vibrant Latin American lifestyle and vintages across to London in the form of a deconstructed shipping container-turned-bar, as well as some favourite regions of previous years including Vins de Provence, with their sun-soaked rosés, and Wines of Portugal, with their fresh whites and complex reds.
There will also be a brand new sparkling wine from Freixenet to taste, which is yet to be globally launched - stay tuned for when the DrinkUp team let this fizzy cat out of the bag.
Devonshire Square will also return as the festival's festival pass collection point from Monday to Friday. All pop-ups will be serving £5 wine flights for LWW festival pass holders.
Grab yours by clicking on the following link to get in on the impending wine filled actions! https://www.designmynight.com/london/whats-on/festival/london-wine-week-festival-pass?from=autocomplete&utm_source=mailjet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=lww-solus-devsq
20 May: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
On Sunday 20th May, from 6pm to 9pm, the historical surroundings of Devonshire Square’s Western Courtyard will be the stage for a spectacular opera concert by Roman Tenor Yuri Sabatini. The talented singer, who has been delighting audiences with outstanding performances all over Europe, will take the spectators on a journey of discovery through some of the most romantic and intense songs ever written for the tenor voice. Sabatini will be accompanied by the Docklands Sinfonia Strings - conducted by Spencer Down - and the velvet voice of rising opera star Honey Rouhani , who recently made her West End debut in the role of Musetta in Puccini’s La bohème at the Trafalgar Studios (Oliver Award Nominee). The repertoire presented by the tenor will include Be My Love, Cielo e Mar, Non ti Scordar di Me, La Danza, Maria (West Side Story), La Spagnola, E’ La Solita Storia del Pastore, Granada, A’ Vucchella, Torna a Surriento, Summertime and many more.