Don’t want none unless you got buns, hun? Well, National Burger Day has got plenty of buns going spare. Dive mouth-first into this year’s burger offerings, ranging from big-name hitters such as Brigadiers, Four Legs, Tucka Burger, Bleecker St Burger, Black Bear Burger and Honest Burgers.
Join the award-winning Cocoa Butter Club for a diamond-studded five-show run at this year’s Underbelly. See queer performers of colours doing their thing vogueing and performing circus acts all in drag. Keep hold of those wigs because they’re about to be snatched clean off.
Fancy keeping cool this bank holiday weekend? Head down to Covent Garden’s Piazza for a four-day festival where you can scream for ice cream to your heart’s content. Sample classic flavours, fruity concoctions and even add some booze to proceedings if you fancy it in their frozen cocktails. Cheers!
Prepare to watch through your fingers at FrightFest, London’s legendary horror festival. Celebrate 20 years of scare, gore and sheer horror. Head to Cineworld Leicester Square and The Prince Charles Cinema where they’ll be featuring more than 70 films – including everything from creature features to serial killer comedies.
Geek out and get your dose of sci-fi at this monthly film club. The Castle Cinema is showing a special screening of John Carpenter’s 1984 classic, ‘Starman’. Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen star in the gripping Oscar-nominated sci-fi thriller.
At this arcade games bar, put your Street Fighter II skills to the test until your eyes go square. Wash all that button-bashing hard work down with a craft beer or two and hearty pub food from its fine selection.
Venue says Situated on Peckham’s bustling Rye Lane, London’s first arcade bar boasts more than 15 original arcade cabs along a selection of craft beers
Orrery’s chic, sleek, hidden-from-view terrace offers a long, narrow alfresco space while its bright awnings offer a lunchtime carte full of delicate modern European dishes like seafood ravioli and Jerusalem artichoke risotto.
This joyful hip hop show for kids is guaranteed to make you come out humming, too. Watch along and learn about the decade-hopping dance masterclass covering styles like vogueing, classy breaking and krumping.
Now in its final weeks, check out this rude, crude, violent, but brilliantly written, animated video exhibition. It’s nasty, like really, really nasty and that’s why it’s so good.
Art doesn’t have to be confined to the four corners of a room, so take it outside at one of London’s prettiest parks. Regent’s Park has been transformed into a massive outdoor gallery once again courtesy of the free Frieze Sculpture event.
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