A brand new wild swimming lake spot in a south-east
London park. Go and feel alive after a chilly front crawl and get some mud between your toes.
Movie buffs can pick up film posters, DVDs and vintage collectables, and take a selfie with Nicholas Vince (‘Hellraiser’),
at this cult movie fair.
Sheep-shearing, potent cider and live music are back in Brixton. Catch reggae from Dawn Penn, a mini farm and the vegetable competition – the queue is worth it, promise.
Forget tomorrow’s hangover. Glug back low-ABV beer, wine and craft sodas at this drinking fest.
Twirl and slurp your way through a variety of carby carbonara creations from some of the top chefs from around the world. Spend the day gorging on the silky, cheesy stuff and browse around local goods from food producers.
Awe-inspiring installations based on nature, light and the elements. It will scare you, elate you and make you recycle.
A no-frills restaurant with a constant queue, Fez Mangal is a neighbourhood favourite for mixed-grill platters and fantastically good falafel. Oh, and it’s BYO with no corkage fee. Brilliant for a bargain dinner.
Sip on a delicious pint or two from the craft beer legends at Fourpure Brewing Co. They're opening their brand-new Basecamp taproom with a bang, choose from 43 taps, dance along to live music and tuck into hot dogs from Oh My Dog!
Take open-air cinema to the next level at Movies on the River. Cruise along the Thames on the top deck of a boat and watch ‘The Greatest Showman’.
A second branch of Sushisamba in Covent Garden. At this Japanese-Peruvian-Brazillian fusion restaurant where chefs do wacky things like put mozzarella in your sushi and serve your Kobe with mustard.
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