Set in a relatively small square in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, forming a boundary between the Grosvenor and Cadogan estates, is Sloane Square. Just because it’s not a district, however, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it struggles to hold its own amongst the “high-flyers” surrounding it. There’s plenty of attractions and entertainment to be explored including theatres, bars, a gallery and a market. Sloane Square escorts are also on hand to accompany you anywhere you’d like to take them, which may be to a fancy bar for a cocktail, the theatre to see a production or a gallery to appreciate some art.
The Royal Court Theatre is located just outside Sloane Square station. Said to be the “home of the English Stage Company”, the venue is frequently showcasing contemporary work from up-and-coming writers and was even labelled by the New York Times as “the most important theatre in Europe”. The productions that feature are typically dramas, but there’s a whole range of choices for you to check out on their website. If theatre’s your thing, then be sure to book yourself a ticket at one of the coolest entertainment venues in north London. If art’s more your area of expertise, then the Saatchi Gallery is not too far away. Opened in 1985 by Charles Saatchi, the gallery, on the whole, contains contemporary artwork by largely unestablished artists who have never before been exhibited in the UK. Wander hand-in-hand around the Saatchi Gallery with a Sloane Square escort and see if you can find yourself getting lost in a particularly eye catching painting.
When it comes to the evening, there’s always something to do in the Sloane Square area. Chelsea Potter, situated on the Kings Road, is a very typical London pub and serves all of the drinks you might expected to see in one: a good selection beers, draughts, ciders and spirits. There’s a seating area outside, should the weather hold up, for perhaps you and your Sloane Square escort to enjoy a nice romantic drink together and watch the world go by. If it starts to get quite late and you decide that a bar’s probably the best option, then don’t worry, you don’t have to walk too far. Further along the King’s Road is JuJu: a multi award winning bar serving cocktails mixed by some of London’s best bartenders. There’s a great atmosphere, popular music and an extensive drinks list. A perfect end to a full-on day in such a sophisticated square.
Such a Sophisticated Square