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A three-day festival filled with music, science, art and technology. Basically, all the good stuff. It’s (mostly) free, and you might get to meet a robot.
Dance to the sounds of underground DJs from the Middle East and North Africa at the opening night of this fest championing new Arab art. Expect a programme of contemporary belly-dance, Yemeni spoken word, theatre by Syrian activists, and more.
A neighbourhood restaurant in Hackney doing modern izakaya-style cooking, from the team behind Bright. Records in the corner. Service with a smile. And drinking food to die for. Their chook hearts are deliciously tender pink-middled bites with just a hint of charring.
This legendary knees-up is back for the 45th year. Head along to bet on the snail race, enter the spaghetti-eating competition, see women-led morris dancing and the famous Waiters’ Race. Join in for some silly summer fun.
Chow down on tasty plant-based grub from more than 50 of London’s top vegan traders, who set up their trestle tables in this former tram shed. It's time to veg out like never before.
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Junya Ishigami, is a cool, calming haven bang in the middle of Hyde Park. Made from 61 tonnes of slate and 106 steel columns, Ishigami’s creation is a massive sweeping roof and definitely worth a look.
Get your wholesome countryside fix right here in the capital. From chutney stalls to a very competitive ‘sheep show’ and even a Shetland pony photobooth, this is farm fun at its finest.
Looking for an original evening out? Try sailing down the Thames in a floating cinema with Time Out’s very own Movies on the River. Up this week we have ‘Grease’ screening Tuesday, ‘Pretty Woman’ on Wednesday, ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ on Thursday and brilliant baroque romp ‘The Favourite’ this Friday. Take your pick!
See the street-art-filled allotments taken over by vegan food stalls, live music, fire performers and tarot readers. Wind down the night with a calming Reiki session.
A two-part bar from one of the world’s leading mixologists. Sip on slushie cocktails in Elementary and indulge in good food along with house party vibes in Tayēr.
A documentary about the historic 1969 moon mission. It’s a gripping story behind that ‘giant leap for mankind’ complete with killer visual elements.
A romcom set in a world in which The Beatles never existed. It’s a playful celebration of some of the best songs ever recorded. Newcomer Himesh Patel’s thunderous rooftop rendition of ‘Help!’ is a real highlight.
A revival of Caryl Phillips' epic drama about race and racism in ’80s London. Brilliant cast, brilliant set, and a forgotten gem of a play that makes for an engrossing watch.
Beavertown is opening up its Tottenham brewery for a summer party. Sip on 30 craft beers in a family-friendly setting. Or go in the evening when the party starts up.
This after-hours shindig is inspired by avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova. Join Royal Ballet-led dance classes, make paper costumes with Art Macabre, or cover yourself in body art.
We’ve put our best covers on T-shirts, totes and posters – plus all of them in one awesome book. Buy them here.
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