The Wimbledon screenings on the faux-grass canalside steps by Granary Square usually get pretty busy as crowds gather with plastic flutes and bottles of Waitrose prosecco, so get there early. And if your fave hits an ace, there are 1,080 choreographed fountain jets right behind to help you cool off. Stick around after the matches for free open-air film screenings curated by Everyman Cinemas.
Missed out on tickets in the Wimbledon Tennis Championships ballot? You can’t queue at the venue for day tickets this year, so probably best to find somewhere else in London to watch all the tennis action with other fans. The tournament runs from June 28 to July 11 so there are plenty of opportunities to spend an afternoon or evening in a sweet viewing spot, drinking Pimm’s and cheering on the second-to-none grunting.
RECOMMENDED: our full guide to Wimbledon 2021.