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What is it? A new one-day music and arts festival. We’re promised a ‘world where music, performance, theatre and comedy embrace in a collision of beautiful noise, brilliant ideas and brazen colour’.Why go? It’s the first time in 30 years that the park and palace have been open for a festival. There’ll also be spaces opened up that haven’t been accessible to the public before. The line-up includes The Flaming Lips, Ghostpoet and Mystery Jets.
What is it? Sam Mendes returns to the National Theatre to direct a three-actor epic that charts the story of the Lehman brothers and the institutions that would go on to bear their name.Why go? It’s an elegantly told voyage through American history with a trio of electrifying performances.
What is it? Neon signage, beautiful blooms and pastel hues: the latest bar at The Curtain hotel and members’ club is camera-ready – and she’s not shy.Why go? For amazing drinks (Crunchie-like cocktails, anyone?) created by The Curtain’s ‘director of beverage’ Jenny Willing, who used to be part of the team at Dandelyan.
What is it? A famous party in Brockwell Park, bringing country pursuits as well as a banging music line-up to Lambeth. Why go? There’s no need to up sticks for the countryside when you can watch sheep-shearing, sip locally made cider and see a veg-carving competition right here in London.
What is it? More than 270 events and activities throughout the week celebrating the city’s green spaces, trees and waterways.Why go? It’s all part of the London Mayor’s plan to make the capital a National Park City in 2019. And taking part in this week of events will help make it a reality.
What is it? An exhibition from photographer David Hoffman who took candid snaps while living in a squat in Fieldgate Mansions from the 1970s to the early ’80s, and a homeless shelter in Aldgate.Why go? To see some powerful images. The pictures of the area’s then-growing Bengali community are a joy.
What is it? An offshoot of Somerset House’s exhibition ‘Print: Tearing It Up’, which charts 100 years of magazines, this weekend festival celebrates the most exciting mags on the London zine scene.Why go? For zine fairs and print workshops led by OOMK (One of My Kind), artists-in-residence at Somerset House Studios. Print is dead, long live… print!
What is it? A festival celebrating Africa and its diaspora with four days of film, theatre, dance, literature and debates. Why go? Don’t miss Chineke! Orchestra and catch the UK premiere of Afrofuturistic film ‘Hello, Rain’ by award-winning Nigerian director CJ Obasi.
What is it? A new contemporary arts festival sprawling across the East End.Why go? Organised by the Whitechapel Gallery in association with Sculpture in the City, it’s a chance to see performances, video, sound and more pulse through the capital after dark.
What is it? Street art maverick Banksy is the nation’s graffiti sweetheart and now Lazinc gallery has pulled together a show of his greatest hits from the years 2002 to 2008.Why go? These are Banksy’s golden years. Fans won’t want to miss this.
What is it? A new branch of the noodle specialist in Waterloo. Why go? If you’re hankering after a hot bowl of tonkotsu ramen, Ippudo will deliver the goods. These are dishes worth queuing for.
What is it? An immersive sound installation filled with helium balloons, waves and piles of foam.Why go? To immerse yourself in contrasting ideas of gender, queerness and identity.
What is it? Shakespeare’s forest-set romcom gets the outdoor-theatre treatment in Regent’s Park.Why go? It’s a welcome dollop of mischief with strong performances and a fast pace.
What is it? A real-life prison drama based on the story of former addict and Thai boxer Billy Moore.Why go? For a potentially star-making turn from Joe Cole.
What is it? A golden stretch of sand in the London borough of Newham. Why go? Cool off by the alfresco pool at the dock edge, build a sandcastle or just kick back in the sand, sip on cocktails and put on your resting beach face.
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