Inventive issues to do in London, from portray to pottery to cooking

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Why not end the summer season in an unforgettable way by taking part in various creative workshops with your friends?

From painting to pottery to cooking, Classbento, a leading platform for booking creative workshops, has curated a range of creative activities for people of all ages.

While we often think that creative activities end with painting or drawing, there is more to it being and being outside fills everyone with creativity, an imaginative mind and a thirst for life that is reflected in other areas of life.

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Classbento offers more than 2,000 experiences from artisans and manufacturers in London and the UK.

Creativity doesn’t have to harm the earth, with an ethos focused on sustainability and maintaining positive wellbeing, Classbento donates to Mental Health UK with every paid booking.

Here are a few things you can try to have some creative fun in London this summer.

Learn to paint outdoors in Hyde Park

Soak up the last bit of sunshine in Hyde Park as you learn to paint orchards and gardens while enjoying a picnic lunch and a heady glass of wine.

The session will be held by the international artist and teacher Katerina. The creative process begins with a series of open air sketches that simplify the diverse and complex views around Hyde Park.

This is an opportunity to distill your subjects through marking and paint, and is suitable for beginners to experienced painters.

Each session lasts four and a half hours. If this arouses your interest, you can book here from 60 € and book until the beginning of next year.

Learn how to make dumplings and wontons from scratch

If you want to strengthen your cooking skills and impress everyone at your next dinner party, you’ve come to the right place.

You will have the opportunity to learn how to make authentic and delicious dumplings or wontons from an expert.

Immersion in Asian cuisine is made easy, with a basic history of dumpling making through to modern trends.

Based at Archway in North London, the course takes an hour and a half and tickets start at £ 60.

You can book here, if dumplings are not your thing, there are more London cooking classes here.

Try ceramics

Great for beginners, Columbia Road Clay’s ceramics course will teach you everything you need to know about ceramics.

We cannot guarantee that Patrick Swayze will appear randomly, but we can guarantee that you will learn the basics of wheel throwing, including wedging, centering, and pulling up to make basic shapes, cylinders, bowls, mugs, or planters.

After the two hours you can keep your clay creation. Available every weekend in Shoreditch at a price of £ 65

Create your own flower crown

Design and create a stunning flower crown with the fresh flowers and leaves delivered during the session.

In the class led by Stem Rebellion, learn from a skilled local florist and choose your canopy from a selection of fresh, seasonal blooms.

It is a unique activity to enjoy with loved ones. This activity is available on Saturday September 11th from 2pm to 3:30 pm in Southwark and starts at £ 29.

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