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London events in June

Your guide to the best happenings and events in London this June

June in the capital offers a mixed bag of events. First, there's the flesh-flashing World Naked Bike Ride, where nudity is positively encouraged, then there's the Wimbledon Tennis Championships where nudity is definitely frowned upon. Either way, clothes on or off, there's a shedload of fun to be had in the city this month. Check out our highlights below.

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Our June highlights

1

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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2

Father's Day in London

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3

ArcelorMittal Orbit Slide

Belgian artist Carsten Höller (who set up a pair of spiral slides outside the Hayward Gallery as part of his 2015 exhibition) has designed this new addition to the Olympic Park's sculpture-cum-attraction. Guests will be able to fly down the world's longest and tallest slide as part of their visit this summer.

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Jana B
Jana B

What happened to being able to see all events, exhibitions and so on for one specific day? I've now bored my way to three or four or how many ever pages of random (probably not for you) stuff about the 10 top this or that and many many many many many many adverts and still no light in the tunnel