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What is it? The California-based brewer has already toured its twisted vaudeville show around Seattle and Chicago. Now, it’s London’s turn. Why go? Spend a day with contortionists, burlesque dancers and sword-swallowers.
What is it? Bust some moves while clutching a rum punch at this (hopefully) sunny beach party. Why go? If you can’t wait for the Notting Hill Carnival.
What is it? Get salty on a margarita crawl organised by old-school tequila-maker Jose Cuervo. Why go? Stop off at bars including The Old Blue Last, 333 Mother Bar and Lupita East. There’ll be eight cocktails in total, so pace yourself.
What is it? One of the best ever high-school movies gets a musical makeover by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Why go? The big cast are bright and perky, and they have fun. Their final dance sequence gets you rooting for the cheerleading pupils.
What is it? ‘Ted’ with more period detail and fewer drugs. Why go? For a shot of pure AA Milne nostalgia.
What is it? Chef Ramael Scully’s smart debut restaurant, serving up an eclectic menu of fusion food. Why go? Scully is bold and creative without becoming wacky. Here’s to putting fusion back on the map.
What is it? A revival of Brian Friel’s play about fading Irish poshos. Why go? Lyndsey Turner’s beautiful production is cut clear and sharp as crystal and filled with superb performances.
What is it? A brilliantly provocative modern-day, ‘post-gay’ romance staged in the round. Why go? To bask in the glow of the chemistry between the actors.
What is it? A brand-spanking-new club in Canning Town that’s blessed with a 24-hour licence. Why go? Fold kicks things off with an opening-party extravaganza on Saturday. Expect club scene favourites such as World Unknown, Dimensions Soundsystem and NTS regulars Body Motion.
What is it? A home front drama set in France during WWI. Why go? For rural landscapes that look like they belong in a gallery.
What is it? A youthful drinking spot with a banging soundsystem in one of the coolest parts of town. Why go? To sip glasses of Peckham Punch – a fruity cocktail with four rums in the mix – on a picnic bench with an artsy crowd.
What is it? It’s 250 years since the first circus was organised on a scrappy bit of Waterloo marshland. Celebrate at this three-day party a sword’s throw from the original birthplace. Why go? Earn your big-top stripes at a hula hoop workshop, warm up with the ‘Backbone’ acrobats and learn how to handle your balls at The Big Juggle.
What is it? Try before you buy at this boozy car boot, where surprisingly fine wines are the order of the day. Why go? Nab yourself a £12 tasting pack and get sipping.
What is it? Get to know Africa and its diaspora through Afrobeat, live tunes and street food at this summer blowout.Why go? To become familiar with the diverse continent.
What is it? Take part in an evening of lively tales and dramatic music from the pro storytellers of The Embers Collective.Why go? These guys always put on a magical evening.
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