Get your green fingers on plants, pots, botanical prints and embroidery and everything in between at this leafy market. As well as cacti, succulents and herbs there’ll also be terrarium making workshops.
It takes two to tango and now’s your chance to dance the dance. Whether you're an early embracer or a pro of the pivot, this queer-friendly Tango session at the Southbank will see your feet tracing a figure of eight regardless of ability.
Let loose on those canvases and make a splash at this paint sesh. Don’t worry, there’ll be a teacher on hand to help with any problems. And because it’s Notting Hill Carnival weekend you can expect reggae themes throughout.
Smithfield Market is hosting an animal-focused street party to mark its 150th birthday this August Bank Holiday Sunday. Curated by the Museum of London, you can expect fun and games for all ages. From aerialists swinging from the rafters to learning how to move like a bee in a waggle dance workshop, this is going to be one wild party.
Fancy trying a bunch of new brews in the Stow? Wine ’n’ Rind’s posh cheese toasties will help soak up the suds, and there will be more options for those who don’t hail the ale.
This is not just any food festival, this is the foodie extravaganza that is Hampton Court Food Festival. All tickets grants you to access to more than 100 speciality food stalls, cookery demos, talks and book signings from seasoned chefs. For no extra cost, you’re welcome to snoop around Hampton Court Palace too.
Prepare to get fruity for London’s biggest street bash. Smoothie gurus Innocent Drinks will be on hand to help you have the best Carnival yet. Enjoy free drinks, face painting and a place to rest and recharge on the deck chairs.
A woozy, humane journey into a jaded filmmaker’s soul. There’s no sense of waning creativity, only a mood of longing and nostalgia that’s unmistakably personal. It’s Pedro Almodóvar’s most personal films and it will pierce your heart.
Spend the bank holiday weekend sampling delights from over 45 stands selling burgers, ice cream, artisan beers and more. As well as amazing street food, there'll be cooking demos, talks and live music, plus straw bales to have picnics on and games and face painting for little visitors.
Want your flat to look like a spread from a 1970’s interior design mag? You’ll feel right at home at this flea where eclectic taste is key. On the lookout for costume jewellery, vintage fabrics, salvaged furniture, old maps and reclaimed fixtures and fittings? You’ll find it here.
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