Snowdrops will put a spring in your step at RHS Rosemoor
Strictly may be over, but we can keep on dancing with Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag. Their new show, Swing Time, has music, song and dance complete with world-class ensemble dancers, a 25-piece orchestra and star vocalist Lance Ellington.
Expect sparkling costumes, audience interaction and classic tunes such as I Got Rhythm, Guys And Dolls and I Could Have Danced All Night. It starts on Thursday in Northampton and runs until April 2. Ticket prices vary.
Call 0844 847 2319 or visit raymondgubbay.co.uk.
Say salut to The France Show, which returns to the capital on Friday. The weekend-long event at Olympia is the largest French show in the UK, bursting with the finest wines and gastronomic delights.
Entice your taste buds with demonstrations and tutored wine tastings and get educated in the language of love. Highlights this year include talks by actress Carol Drinkwater and the country’s largest French property exhibition. Adult tickets cost £12.
Make a date with Kitty Hawk – London’s latest dining trend. Dubbed London’s first “department store of dining”, the venue is home to five bespoke eateries in the City.
It’s open day and night with a bar and kitchen area, grill restaurant and private dining room, plus a coffee bar and patisserie that transforms into a wine bar for hire come dusk.
It may be winter outside, but the snowdrops will put a spring in your step at RHS Rosemoor.
The Devon-based green-fingered attraction has free guided walks of its delightful drifts of snowdrops each Tuesday morning until February 12 (weather permitting). Follow a woodland trail, pay a visit to the tea room and see the Sensational Snowdrops exhibition. Family admission costs £28.
For more information, visit rhs.org.uk.