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Plan the perfect Father's Day in London’s West End. From top dining spots to ideal gifts and unique experiences, there are countless ways to treat your fatherly figure this Father's Day.

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Explore the best activities and events happening this Father's Day in London’s West End below to find the perfect way to celebrate with Dad.

Smeg St James’s London

Is your dad the chef of the family? Visit the Smeg store in St James's, London, to find a unique and special gift for the man who excels in the kitchen. Smeg's small appliances are ideal for dads who appreciate ease of use. These stylish, high-quality kitchen gadgets add a touch of luxury to his mornings.

This year, Smeg is hosting a special competition at their London store. Celebrate Father’s Day with a chance to win exciting prizes and discounts, including a FAB5 Mini Fridge and a Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine! To enter, simply visit the Smeg London Store in St James’s.

Paxton & Whitfield

This Father’s Day, treat your Dad to the finest with Paxton & Whitfield.

Discover Paxton & Whitfield's 2024 Father’s Day gift collection, featuring a range of exquisite artisanal cheeses paired with crackers, accompaniments, and beverages. With options to suit every budget, these delightful gifts are the perfect way to show appreciation for the exceptional fathers and father figures in our lives.

Whether your Dad is the King of the Sunday Roast, enjoys unwinding with a real ale or cider and a board of fine cheese, or loves savouring a good cup of coffee (especially those busy Dads with little ones), Paxton & Whitfield offers a selection of gifts that truly celebrate him.

While socks are always a nice gesture, sometimes Dad deserves something a bit more special. These collections feature delicious artisan cheeses, handpicked by expert cheesemongers and paired with thoughtfully selected treats.

Fortnum & Mason

Pa, Pops, Dad: whatever you prefer to call him the perfect present for every father figure is waiting to be discovered at Fortnum’s. Explore their handpicked selection of gifts for VIPs (that’s Very Important Parents, of course) today. From luxury hampers and gift boxes to accessories, fragrances, wine, and champagne, Fortnum & Mason offers something special for every dad.

Whether it's for an al fresco adventure with a hamper in tow or sipping a delicious cocktail (or two) in Fortnum’s 3 '6 Bar, Fortnum & Mason has everything needed to celebrate the father figure in your life.

Fawlty Towers - Apollo Theatre

Celebrate Father's Day with a trip down memory lane at the Apollo Theatre. Treat Dad to a brand-new stage play featuring beloved scenes from the iconic British sitcom, Fawlty Towers.

Directed by Caroline Jay Ranger and adapted by comedy legend John Cleese, this hilarious production promises an evening filled with unadorned nostalgia and indisputable laughter.

Starring Adam Jackson-Smith as the inimitable Basil, Anna-Jane Casey as the iconic Sybil, and Paul Nicholas as the bumbling Major, this talented cast brings to life the chaos of Torquay's most infamous hotel.

Don't miss out on a funny and memorable evening this Father's Day at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.

Charles Tyrwhitt

This Father’s Day, treat your fatherly figure to the gift of Charles Tyrwhitt. Whether your dad’s style leans towards smart or sporty, Tyrwhitt offers an exquisite range of clothing and accessories to express your care with a quality piece that will last. From casual shirts, polos, trousers, and shorts to shoes, knitwear, and more, indulge your dad in a divine retail experience.

Head over to Charles Tyrwhitt on Jermyn St, St. James's and discover the perfect addition to your father’s wardrobe.

Haymarket Hotel

Looking for the ideal spot to celebrate Father’s Day weekend? Look no further than the Haymarket Hotel nestled in the heart of the city's vibrant West End.

Treat your paternal figure to a stay at this exquisite hotel, where art, culture, and theatre await just beyond its doors. With amenities like a luxurious indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, and a delightful restaurant and bar, Haymarket Hotel promises a weekend of pampering and relaxation for you and your dad.

Wiltons Restaurant

Wiltons Restaurant, a cherished bastion of British tradition, is the perfect setting to celebrate Father's Day with a delightful dinner. Founded by George William Wilton in 1742, and still thriving 280 years later has an incredible Oyster bar, Carving Trolley, incredible wine and a delicious seasonal menu.

With a blend of contemporary service ethos and quintessential British charm, Wiltons offers an unparalleled dining experience that honours tradition while embracing the present.

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Smeg Flagship Store


Smeg's new state of the art London flagship store is situated on the corner of the recently redeveloped St James’s Market. Located amongst the West End’s most exciting destinations. With an extensive range of large appliances, from ovens and cookers to fridges and dishwashers on display, the store also sells a wide range of small appliances and accessories, each with Smeg’s hallmark signature style and design.

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Paxton & Whitfield


Britain's leading cheesemonger, sourcing and maturing exceptional cheeses for over 200 years. The Jermyn Street based cheesemongers hold Royal Warrants of Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen, and HRH The Prince of Wales.

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Fortnum & Mason


Since 1707, Fortnum & Mason has been home to extraordinary food, joy-giving things and unforgettable dining experiences. Situated on Piccadilly, it's the most luxurious department store in the world. Offering full range of luxury signature hampers and gift boxes, sweet and savoury treats, and gifts for every occasion.

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Apollo Theatre


The Apollo Theatre first opened its doors more than a century ago in February 1901. It is a Grade II listed building and one of the most well-known theatres in London’s West End. Based on architect Lewin Sharp’s design, Henry Lowenfield - a Polish-born British businessman and theatrical impresario - commissioned the building's construction. When the theatre officially opened, it became the 4th legitimate venue for theatrical performances to be built on Shaftsbury Avenue.

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Haymarket Hotel

Haymarket Hotel


In the heart of London’s theatre district, the elegant Haymarket Hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars, and is just next door to the Theatre Royal. Guests can enjoy a swimming pool, gym, and a spa with a range of treatments. Plus, sit back and relax in the Brumus Bar and Restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner menus.

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Wiltons was first established in 1742 by George William Wilton as a shellfish monger in London's Haymarket. In 1840 having moved to Ryder Street, Wiltons became a fully licensed restaurant. During the Second World War the restaurant was bought by the Hambro family and moved to Jermyn Street in 1984. Wiltons today has the same timeless elegance, passion and dedication to excellence it has always had, throughout the centuries!

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