Cult movie screenings in quirky settings
Unlimited access to a three-storey trampoline park
Dine at this emoji-themed pop-up restaurant
This conversation with the ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ and ‘Big Magic’ author is unmissable
Birmingham Royal Ballet return with three ballets from female choreographers
Take a musical trip down memory lane with this boozy immersive dinner
A meal at a charming French bistro
A bona-fide music legend hosts a live concert
Dine in style at this prosecco and truffle bar
Exclusive food and booze-fuelled sunset movie cruises on the Thames
Head to this intimate late and celebrate the UK’s queer history. Join English Heritage’s first Pride event to see a Noël Coward cabaret, hear an LGBT+ choir and drink bespoke cocktails from Ben’s House.
Celebrate the many contributions refugees have made in the UK by tucking into delicious food created by talented refugee chefs as they take over some of London’s most prestigious kitchens.
Let’s talk a bao how good the food is at this Taiwanese street food restaurant in Marylebone. Go beyond those fluffy buns and try dan bing (Taiwanese breakfast burritos), 12-layered pineapple bing cake and on-trend wheel cake.
Sweat, baby, sweat. Fitness brand Lululemon takes over Tobacco Dock with a whole weekend of exercise fun. There’ll be Barry’s Bootcamp, Third Space and Psycle classes as well as fitness influencer appearances and smoothie samples.
This jaw-dropping little collection of violent images of canoodling men is staggering and shows Bacon off at his most illicit and at his best.
For a unique cinematic experience, set sail on London’s only floating cinema this summer. You’ll depart from Tower Millennium Pier and enjoy a sunset cruise through the heart of the city, before dropping anchor for a feelgood screening on the top deck. This week’s films include ‘La La Land’, ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘The Greatest Showman’.
London’s free art all-nighter is taking place across King’s Cross and Walthamstow on Saturday. Cram in ten (!) hours of art with this late-night extravaganza.
Fancy some shiny new art for your home? Head to this much-loved art fair, as it returns for another year. Browse original pieces for sale, from more than 120 artists, including works by Juno Calypso, Marcus Harvey, Ben Eine and Sara Pope.
Pub meets circus at Ninth Life in leafy Catford. Couldn’t get a ticket to Glastonbury? You needn’t miss out – head south for a drinking experience inspired by festival culture.
Wear stretchy trousers and prepare to eat your way through signature dishes and mini-tasters from 40 participating Streatham restaurants at this long weekend of eating and food events.
This isn’t some weird dream, this show’s the real deal. Nicholas Hytner’s Pride-tastic immersive Shakespeare comes to the capital with guns blazing and brings a comedy cast that’ll have you rolling on the floor laughing.
The toys are back in town! Join Woody, Buzz and co on another road trip adventure and meet new toys along the way. You’ll fall in love with Forky, the most charmingly confused cutlery you could wish to meet.
Immerse yourself in Caribbean sounds and eat authentic food at this celebration of London’s black communities. The festivities mark more than 70 years since the Windrush generation arrived on these shores.
The Hayward’s show packs in 50 years of radical art about gender identity. It’s fun, it’s salacious and it’s making the world a bit of a better place by knocking bigotry down a few pegs.
Go west and have yourself a London fiesta: gorge on Andalusian and Catalan food, feast your eyes on some fine flamenco dance and soak up all things Spanish. ¡Olé!
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Indie shops, ace nightlife and tasty street food
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Great cinemas, pretty pastel streets and the famous Portobello Road Market
Home of Greenwich Mean Time and amazing London views
A go-to haunt for foodies, clubbers, artists and rockers alike
Home to iconic institutions and incredible museums
Edgy restaurants, world-class coffee and ace independent shops
A hub of cultural activity, state-funded arts and entertainment venues
Urban parks, canal-side fun and brilliant brunch spots
Bright lights, drinking dens and unforgettable entertainment
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This red-hot cabaret show is lit up by the spirit of Weimar's glory days
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Trey Parker and Matt Stone's naughty but extremely lovable comedy
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Philip Ridley’s frequently revived homophobia drama returns
The popular opera adaptation of the Grimm tale, presented on the atmospheric OAT stage
Soak up the sounds, sights and Caribbean grub at this glorious celebration of London’s black communities. The festivities mark over 70 years since the...
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All our favourite sights, plus a few under-the-radar experiences you shouldn’t miss
See the Duomo and gaze at the Statue of David before heading to the Uffizi galleries
After a little-known Insta-friendly day trip? Take the 40-minute vaporetto to Burano
Indulge in cutting-edge music and the city’s world-famous Pride celebrations
The city centre is small, making it possible to pack in several attractions in one day
From legendary cricket grounds to JRR Tolkien’s old hangouts, don’t miss these sights
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From picture-perfect views that will light up your Instagram feed to the biggest hotspots in town, classic attractions to places kept a secret even to the locals, there are more than just 101 things to do in Lisbon.