Bruno Mars at the O2
Tuesday 18th April – Saturday 22nd April
US superstar singer Bruno Mars, along with his live band The Hooligans, will be playing at the O2. The artist has won numerous awards for his work including five Grammy Awards, and has landed six singles that went to number-one in the charts. Starting his career in 2010, he attained five number-one singles faster than any male artist since Elvis.
Bruno is known for his eclectic use of different musical genres including pop, rock, soul, reggae and hip hop. His feelgood songs are soulful and address themes of romance, youth and appreciation of life. It will be a must-see musical event for both fans of Bruno Mars and anyone who likes good music.
The O2 is a mere half-hour away from our MStay hotels, the nearest being Suite 146. It’s perfect for a comfortable and affordable night after the concert, preparing you for a refreshed and easy return journey.
Dear Zoo at ZSL London Zoo
1st – 17th April
10am – 6pm
To celebrate Rod Campbell’s 35 year-old classic children’s book ‘Dear Zoo’, the Zoological Society of London’s London Zoo, the world’s oldest scientific zoo, is organising a unique Dear Zoo experience for Easter.
Children of all ages are invited to explore the Dear Zoo exhibition which features interactive displays, live storytelling sessions, a trail through the zoo featuring activities and stamps to collect, and a Dear Zoo sticker at the end once the trail is completed.
Any child would love to take the opportunity to visit the Dear Zoo exhibit, learn about the many exotic animals from all over the world and experience classic children’s literature as well as engaging in fun participatory activities.
The London Zoo, also known as Regent’s Zoo, is located inside Regent’s Park. This picturesque venue is a short walk away from MStay’s 146 Suites, as well as other MStay suites and hotels. Find out which hotel to stay at on the map here.
London Coffee Festival
Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, E1 6QR
Thursday 6th April – Sunday 9th April, 4pm
The UK’s largest artisan coffee and food event, the London Coffee Festival is the launch event of UK Coffee Week, from the 10th to the 16th of April. It’s a chance to enjoy and celebrate coffee in all its forms: espresso, latte, chilled, ice cream, cake, as well as all the delicious treats, sweet and savoury, that go with coffee. With a brief as wide-ranging as that there’s going to be something for everyone in this caffeinated extravaganza.
You will also have the opportunity to learn about how artisan coffee is made by professional baristas, buy coffee related merch and attend industry events open to the public as well as an espresso martini launch party. Tickets are £16.50 in advance or £22.50 on the door. Ten minutes away from the venue is MStay 146 Suites, where you can sleep for a few days once the caffeine high has worn off.
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