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Today to Sat 17 Aug, closest first.    

More details - Dark Sublime
Making her West End debut, Star Trek: The Next Generation star Marina Sirtis will take the lead in the world premiere of Dark Sublime.
Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall London
Today to Sat 3 Aug

More details - A Right Royale Tea - comedy afternoon tea experience
Join Lord and Lady Right in A Right Royale Tea – a hilarious immersive and participatory comedy afternoon tea performance set in the grandeur of the British aristocracy.
Amba Hotel Charing Cross, London
Sun 21 Jul, Sun 28 Jul, Sun 4 Aug, Sun 11 Aug, Sun 18 Aug, Sun 25 Aug, Sun 1 Sep

More details - The Luna Cinema - Crazy Rich Asians
Located right next to Embankment tube station, this beautiful public park opened in 1865 as part of the chain of green open spaces lining the Victoria Embankment.
Victoria Embankment, Westminster
Tue 30 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Forrest Gump
Located right next to Embankment tube station, this beautiful public park opened in 1865 as part of the chain of green open spaces lining the Victoria Embankment.
Victoria Embankment, Westminster
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - A Devil Wears Prada
Located right next to Embankment tube station, this beautiful public park opened in 1865 as part of the chain of green open spaces lining the Victoria Embankment.
Victoria Embankment, Westminster
Tue 6 Aug 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Labyrinth
Located right next to Embankment tube station, this beautiful public park opened in 1865 as part of the chain of green open spaces lining the Victoria Embankment.
Victoria Embankment, Westminster
Wed 7 Aug 19

Rachmaninov 2nd Piano Concerto  by Candlelight More details - Rachmaninov 2nd Piano Concerto  by Candlelight
This evening’s programme offers a feast for your musical senses, with the British pianist Warren Mailley-Smith performing Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.2, a ravishing and seductive work with a hugely demanding piano part.
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Thu 25 Jul 19
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More details - Bach Brandenburg Concertos by Candlelight
Programme: Mozart – Divertimento in D Vivaldi - Summer from the Four Seasons Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No.
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - A Star Is Born
One of the defining icons of the London landscape, Westminster Abbey will once again, for its 800 year old history, be the setting for open air cinema this summer.
20 Deans Yard, Westminster, London
Tue 13 Aug 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Some Like It Hot
One of the defining icons of the London landscape, Westminster Abbey will once again, for its 800 year old history, be the setting for open air cinema this summer.
20 Deans Yard, Westminster, London
Wed 14 Aug 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Shakespeare In Love
One of the defining icons of the London landscape, Westminster Abbey will once again, for its 800 year old history, be the setting for open air cinema this summer.
20 Deans Yard, Westminster, London
Thu 15 Aug 19

More details - HAMLET
Hamlet is back from university; back home to a restless little island hanging on to the edge of Europe. Everything has changed; his country is in crisis; his father murdered; and his uncle, a right-wing strongman, has seized power. Amidst all the chaos his mother has committed the ultimate betrayal.
St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden
Today to Mon 22 Jul, Wed 24 Jul to Sat 27 Jul

More details - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
This vibrant, outdoor production of Victor Hugo’s epic tale of injustice, survival and love will be a spectacular adventure for all the family.
St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden
Thu 1 Aug to Sun 4 Aug, Tue 6 Aug, Thu 8 Aug to Sat 10 Aug, Mon 12 Aug, Wed 14 Aug to Mon 19 Aug, Wed 21 Aug to Mon 26 Aug, Wed 28 Aug to Sun 1 Sep

Rhapsody in Blue by Candlelight More details - Rhapsody in Blue by Candlelight
Described as ’Stunning’ by Classic FM and ’Tall and Talented, Warren Mailley-Smith is the embodiment of the modern romantic concert pianist ’ by Musical Opinion, this outstanding pianist is a favourite at St Martin’s with audiences and staff alike.
St. James’s Piccadilly, 197 Piccadilly
Today
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More details - Artists by Artists: Sculpted Portraits in the 19th century
By the 19th century the cult of the artist had been well and truly established, resulting in a great desire by patrons, collectors and fellow artists to record and also own representations of creative genius.
Stuart Lochhead Sculpture, Upper Floor, 35 Bury Street
Today to Fri 26 Jul

More details - LEGO® Astronaut Training at the LEGO Store, Leicester Square
To commemorate 50 years since humans first walked on the moon, LEGO Group has announced LEGO Astronaut Training sessions from Monday 22nd July in its Leicester Square store, London.
LEGO Store Leicester Square 3 Swiss Ct, London
Mon 22 Jul 19 to Sun 28 Jul

More details - The Gruffalo
.Axel Scheffler and Julia Donaldson magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Tall Stories’Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in  Searching for hazelnuts, Mouse meets the cunning Fox, the eccentric old Owl and the high-spirited Snake.
Shaftesbury Avenue London
Today, Sun 21 Jul, Thu 25 Jul to Sun 28 Jul, Tue 30 Jul, Wed 31 Jul

More details - Horrible Histories Part 4
We all want to meet people from history! The trouble is everyone is dead! So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories live on stage with the smash hit production of Barmy Britain – Part Four! Would you be shaken or stirred by Richard III?
Apollo Theatre 31 Shaftesbury Avenue London
Thu 1 Aug to Sat 3 Aug, Mon 5 Aug to Wed 7 Aug, Fri 9 Aug, Sat 10 Aug, Mon 12 Aug to Sat 17 Aug, Mon 19 Aug to Sat 24 Aug, Mon 26 Aug to Sat 31 Aug

More details - Meet Florence Nightingale
Come and meet Miss Nightingale and hear all about how she became known as the ‘Lady with the Lamp’. Find out how she became a nurse against her parents’ wishes, why she went to the Crimea War and how she improved the conditions for the soldiers and nurses.
Florence Nightingale Museum 2 Lambeth Palace Road
Sat 27 Jul, Sat 24 Aug

More details - Bare: A Pop Opera
It is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and issues such as repression, rejection and suicide remain major topics that need to be tackled and further highlighted.
Leake St, Lambeth, London
Today to Sun 4 Aug

More details - Ballet Dots
Explore the repertory of The Royal Ballet through creative movement and dance, accompanied by live piano music. Babies and children with their parents and carers are encouraged to move together through creative, fun and sensory workshops, which are designed to complement early years development.
Royal Opera House Covent Garden London
Mon 22 Jul

More details - Leading SAFe 4.6 Certification Training in London
SAFe Agilist strategically guides the adoption, success and ongoing improvement in the projects. The Agilist helps define the organizational mission and vision and communicates strategic decisions and the need for change to all stakeholders and teams.
London
Thu 15 Aug 19 and Fri 16 Aug

More details - ASICS London 10k
Virgin Sport and ASICS have teamed up to bring you the ultimate 10k street party through central London this summer.There will be live bands and DJ’s motivating you at every kilometre and cheering squads to celebrate with you over the finishing line.
Green Park, London
Sun 21 Jul 19

More details - The Falcon's Malteser
The much-loved young adult novel by Anthony Horowitz OBE has been adapted for stage in New Old Friends signature style; expect slapstick, comedy songs, a cast for four playing dozens of characters and a fully-realised car chase on stage.
The Vaults Theatre, Launcelot Street, London
Today, Sun 21 Jul, Tue 23 Jul to Sun 28 Jul, Tue 30 Jul to Sun 4 Aug, Tue 6 Aug to Sun 11 Aug, Tue 13 Aug to Sun 18 Aug, Tue 20 Aug to Sun 25 Aug

More details - Nunzio: The Shock of Objectivity
Mazzoleni is pleased to present Nunzio: The Shock of Objectivity, curated by Kenneth Baker. This will be Nunzio’s first solo exhibition in London and will display a series of grand and imposing sculptures spanning from the late eighties to the most recent years, which reveal his inventive and inspiring approach to...
Mazzoleni, 27 Albemarle Street, London
Today, Mon 22 Jul to Sat 27 Jul, Mon 29 Jul to Sat 3 Aug, Mon 5 Aug

More details - #LoveNotLandfill Pop-Up Supported by Depop
Eco fashion campaign #LoveNotLandfill presents the #LoveNotLandfill Pop-Up supported by Depop - your chance to meet your fav depop sellers and shop the v best pre-loved and vintage fashion in the heart of London’s fashionable Carnaby.
3 Newburgh St, Carnaby, London
Today and Sun 21 Jul

More details - Colour my Summer hits destinations across Victoria and the City
Colour my Summer takes over Nova and Cardinal Place in Victoria, and One New Change and New Street Square in the City with a technicolour transformation. Nova will be pink complete with a sensational and highly Instagrammable floral wall to ensure we all channel our inner influencer this summer.
Cardinal Place - Victoria St, Westminster, London
Today to Sun 18 Aug

More details - 2nd World Congress on Advances in Addiction Science and Medicine
Addiction Science 2019 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Rome, Italy. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “2nd World Congress on Advances in Addiction Science and Medicine which is going to be held during July 24-25, 2019, Rome, Italy.
Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia Via Aurelia, Km 8.400 00165 Rome, Italy
Wed 24 Jul 19 and Thu 25 Jul

More details - Small Change, Big Difference: Free sustainable pop-up cookery class
Join us for a waste-free dinner at one of our Small Change, Big Difference cookery classes. Learn some sustainable food tips and make your own dinner. A new series of 30 free pop-up cookery classes for Londoners who want to up-skill in the kitchen is launching this July at venues across the capital.
Cookery School, 15 Little Portland St, Marylebone, London
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Patterns Photography Exhibition
Patterns. They surround us. We come across them every day and yet we very rarely take that much notice of them. Exploring the hidden geometry that surrounds us, enables us to truly appreciate the way that pattern can help us to tell a story.
Lavington House, 25 Lavington Street, London
Wed 24 Jul 19 to Sun 28 Jul

More details - Business As Usual by Alberta Whittle
Tyburn Gallery is pleased to present Business As Usual, a solo exhibition by Alberta Whittle. A multi-faceted artist whose practice includes film, performance, and various forms of collage and assemblage, Whittle is known for work which uses the body as a site of potential for transformation and resistance.
Tyburn Gallery, 26 Barrett Street
Today to Sat 27 Jul

More details - A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Maki-e
An exhibition of the Lacquer Work of Koyanagi Tanekuni Lacquer has been used in Japan for almost 10,000 years to protect and decorate objects, such as wood, bamboo, earthenware, and textiles.
Brunei Gallery,SOAS Russell Square Thornhaugh Street London
Today to Sat 7 Sep

More details - Stolen Moments - Namibian Music History Untold
SOAS Music is hosting a unique exhibition in the Brunei Gallery, SOAS entitled ’Stolen Moments–Namibian Music History Untold’, which chronicles the intimate stories, songs and experiences of those who shaped Namibian popular culture during some of the most repressive years of Apartheid rule.
BRUNEI GALLERY, SOAS, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, THORNHAUGH STREET RUSSELL SQUARE LONDON
Today to Thu 5 Sep

More details - Free sustainable pop-up cookery workshops
Join us for a waste-free lunch at one of our Small Change, Big Difference cookery classes. Learn some sustainable food tips and make your own lunch. This is part of a new series of 30 free pop-up cookery classes for Londoners who want to up-skill in the kitchen is launching this July at venues across the capital.
Mercato Metropolitano , 42 Newington Causeway, London
Thu 25 Jul

More details - After work Champagne Tasting
Please join us for a celebration of summer, while you learn more about Champagne. This after work champagne tasting, hosted by The Real Grape, will celebrate the summer with an evening of Champagne Tasting, artisanal cheeses and delicacies from Une Normande à Londres and relaxing Nomadic House and chilled Ibiza...
21 West Smithfield, London
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Lagunitas Beer Circus 2019
The legendary Lagunitas Beer Circus is returning for the second year to celebrate the daring, the individual and the proudly freakish on Saturday 20th July at Flat Iron Square, Central London.
Flat Iron Square, 53a Southwark Street, London
Today

More details - Bach to Baby
Discover the award-winning classical concert series for babies, toddlers and parents. 10:30 (doors 10:00 | Tickets £12 adults, children free Bach to Baby is an innovative and award-winning concert series for babies, toddlers and their parents to enjoy together.
40 Brunswick Square London
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Lucia No3 - the Lucid Light Experience
Lucid Light Experience Consciousness Expansion, Spiritual Awareness, 3rd Eye Activation, Experiencing beyond Time, Space & Physical reality - all can be effortlessly accessed with the assistance of Lucia 3, in a Lucid Light Experience.
Terapia Consultancy, 9 Coldbath Square, London
Sat 27 Jul, Sat 10 Aug, Sat 24 Aug, Sat 7 Sep

More details - Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Wanderers present a charming new take on Much Ado About Nothing, which takes audiences back to 1918 shortly after the end of WWI. As jubilation descends upon the residents of Dover, love blossoms between the returning soldiers and the women who have been working hard on the home front.
St. George’s Gardens, Wakefield St, Bloomsbury, London
Mon 22 Jul 19 to Fri 26 Jul

More details - Museum Lates at the Royal College of Physicians
Visit the Royal College of Physicians Museum after hours until 8pm on the first Thursday of the month. Explore exhibitions, art, medical objects and more than 500 years of history at England’s oldest medical college.
Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park, London
Thu 1 Aug, Thu 5 Sep

More details - Fiesta de Mexico
This July, Fiesta de Mexico will bring the verve, sights, smells and flavours of Mexico’s rich and diverse culture to the heart of the City of London.
Guildhall Yard, London, ECA2 5AE
Fri 26 Jul 19 to Sun 28 Jul

More details - Family Day: Words as Art
Explore the wonderful world of letters, fonts and styles. Transform words into art as you screen print a poster, build sculptures made of words and try Japanese calligraphy. Experiment with writing tools of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy writing-inspired dance performances in partnership with The Place.
The British Library 96 Euston Road
Today

More details - Tracing your Ancestors through Death Records
Death records are among the most enlightening for the researcher. They frequently reveal personal information not found in other sources, which will help you see your ancestor in a much more accurate light.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Family and Social History: Understanding and Using the 1939 Register
Learn how to best use the 1939 register online to find your family members living at this time. The 1939 Register, provides a snapshot of the civilian population of England and Wales just after the outbreak of the Second World War.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 7 Aug 19

More details - Electronic Workflows for the Family Historian
Notes in your bag, family tree sketches on bits of paper, photos and print outs in the spare room, searches all over the web – loving every minute but you don’t have a real plan? Graham Walter wants to show you how to adopt workflows to help you focus on one challenge at a time.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Today

More details - Tracing Family History in Lancashire
For anyone with ancestors that came from Lancashire. The county has a rich history and is a cultural area as well as a geographical one. Anna Watson gives us two talks that aim to help you understand the county and find the records you need.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Today

More details - Shortcuts in Family History Research
Should you take the slow way or the quick way? Is more haste, less speed true? Michael Gandy wants to remind you that you should try for positive proof, not imaginative guesswork.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Free Saturday Library Tours
At the Society of Genealogists, we’re passionate about family history. Since we started in 1911, we’ve been collecting family history documents, long before the arrival of local record offices - even typewriters were new.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 27 Jul

More details - Getting the Most from the Society of Genealogists online data
The Society of Genealogists has made more than 11 million records available online. The collection is known as SoG Data Online. It is constantly growing because we’re continuing to add transcripts, indexes and images from our Library. It’s becoming an increasingly valuable free resource for Members.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - Practical Blogging for Family History - Using Wordpress
So you think you would like to try blogging? Well, I think that’s an excellent idea! Blogs are a great way to express yourself, connect with others who share your passions, and share information. At one time, a blog would have been called a diary, journal, scrapbook, or storytelling.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 3 Aug 19

More details - Bring It On The Musical
Bitingly relevant, sprinkled with sass, and inspired by the hit film, Bring It On The Musical takes audiences on a high-flying journey filled with the complexities of friendship, jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.
Greenwood Theatre, 55 Weston St, Bermondsey, London
Thu 1 Aug 19 to Sat 3 Aug

Fulham Opera present Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg More details - Fulham Opera present Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Fulham Opera return to Wagner, following their 2014 complete Ring Cycle and 2015 Der fliegende Holländer and forays into Verdi with Falstaff, Simon Boccanegra and 2018’s Don Carlo.
The Greenwood Theatre, 55 Weston Street
Fri 9 Aug 19
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More details - The Art of Travel by Searcys
Opening on 15 July, The Art of Travel pop-up marks the second stage of summer celebrations at St Pancras International, with each of the twelve private booths in the Champagne Bar being transformed into a different European city destination.
St Pancras International, Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London
Today to Mon 9 Sep

More details - Tours of Billingsgate Roman House and Baths
Festival of Archaeology 2019: Take the opportunity to visit the only Roman baths open to the public in London.Tours will be run on Saturday 13th, 20th and 27th July at 11.00am, 12.00pm and 1.00pm and will take just under an hour.
101 Lower Thames Street,
Today to Sun 28 Jul

More details - Ice Trade Sunday
Festival of Archaeology 2019: Part of our Ice Heritage Weekend, Sunday 28th July will be Ice Trade Sunday, the one day of the year when visitors who are suitably shod and fit enough to climb ladders are escorted down into the Victorian ice wells that lie beneath the London Canal Museum.
London Canal Museum, 12-13 New Wharf Road, London
Sun 28 Jul 19

More details - An Evening with Jo Elms
British-born, award-winning singer/songwriter Jo Elms comes to the Pheasantry for her only London performance hot on the heals of touring internationally with the hit show ‘My Leonard Cohen’ headlining at the Southbank Festival in June.
The Pheasantry, 152 Kings Road, London
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - The Holme - Open Garden for NGS
4 acre garden filled with interesting and unusual plants. Sweeping lakeside lawns intersected by islands of herbaceous beds. Extensive rock garden with waterfall, stream and pool. Formal flower garden with unusual annual and half hardy plants, sunken lawn, fountain pool and arbour.
The Holme, Regents Park
Sat 3 Aug, Sun 4 Aug

More details - LONDINIUM: THE ROMAN CITY
Festival of Archaeology 2019: Beginning in the Crypt Museum of All Hallows and taking in some of the best-preserved stretches of Roman city wall, this walk includes the sites of the Forum, Basilica and Fort, as well as visiting the Amphitheatre remains under Guildhall Art Gallery, before ending at the Museum of London.
All Hallows by the Tower, Byward Street, London
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Borough
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St Mary Magdalen 193 Bermondsey Street London
Fri 16 Aug

More details - Tunes on The Thames
City Cruises is launching its first-ever calendar of music events on the River Thames in London! Top DJs and acts will play on the River Thames for a summer of music.
The Erasmus, Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames St, London
Today to Tue 20 Aug

More details - For Ruck Sake London with Jason Robinson
The UK & Ireland’s largest & only touring rugby legends charity event touches down in London. Jason Robinson will be live on stage with tales from his time both in Rugby League and Rugby Union throughout the 1990’s and 2000’s.
Sports Bar & Grill London Old Street, 174-180 Old St, London
Wed 7 Aug 19

More details - Savage Garden Dog Brunch
Spend the afternoon with your furry friend on the 12th floor surrounded by incredible views of the city. VIPs (that’s Very Important Pooches to you!) will receive a Savage pupcake baked with delicious dog-friendly ingredients.
Savage Garden LDN Floor 12, 7 Pepys St, London
Sun 21 Jul 19

More details - Georgian Tea Room
Join us to enjoy delicious home-made cake served in the Radnor Hall which will be dressed as a Georgian Tea Room. Free but donations welcome for tea and cake. No need to book, we operate on a first come, first served, basis.
Wesley’s Chapel, Radnor Hall 49 City Road, London
Tue 6 Aug 19

More details - Tower Bridge Family Learning Activities
Come and enjoy our fun, hands on family activities at Tower Bridge! All activities are drop in and are FREE with admission. Suitable for all ages, but most appropriate for ages 6-10.
Tower Bridge Tower Bridge Road London
Today, Sat 17 Aug

More details - Nature keepers festival
Want to grow and learn about plants, feel healthier and be in touch with Nature? Interested in becoming a caretaker of your Natural environment? Please get involved and make your mark on the Nature Keepers map!
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Leaping Frog
The jumpiest little frog in the pond! Produced by TheatreRotto Productions Presented by The Cockpit LEAPING FROG LEAPING FROG is a puppet adventure which follows the journey of Goggles, a jaunty little wood frog, who catapults from the calm Little Pond, into the much BIGGER outside world.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Camden Fringe
Camden Fringe We are proud to once again be taking part in this years Camden Fringe Festival. The Camden Fringe is a performing arts festival, established in 2006, which takes place across the month of August.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Tue 30 Jul 19 to Fri 23 Aug

More details - Alpha Who?
Solo Camden Fringe Show ’Alpha Who? Explores What It Means To Be A Man Today Part theatre, part dance, part visual art installation Alpha Who? is an autobiographically brave and honest exploration of what it means to be a man today.
Gateforth Street
Wed 7 Aug 19 to Fri 9 Aug

More details - Summer Rock Workshop
Join us for our 5 day ensemble workshops. If you’re a young aspiring musician and are in need of some training and direction this is the workshop for you. Expect the week to focus on performing, improvisation, learning popular songs, stage presence and having fun.
North London Music Academy 15 Pratt Mews
Mon 29 Jul 19 to Fri 2 Aug

More details - Summer Jazz Workshop
Join us for our 5 day ensemble workshop. If you’re a young aspiring musician and are in need of some training and direction this is the workshop for you. Expect the week to focus on performance, improvisation, learning to read music as a part of a repertoire and obviously and most importantly having fun.
North London Music Academy 15 Pratt Mews
Mon 29 Jul 19 to Fri 2 Aug

More details - Kids Rock & Pop Ensemble Workshop
Expect the week to focus on performing, improvisation, learning popular songs, stage presence and having fun. At the end of the 5th day, students will perform in a small band setting.
The North London Music Academy 15 Pratt Mews
Mon 29 Jul, Sat 3 Aug

More details - Kids Jazz Ensemble Workshop
Expect the week to focus on performance, improvisation, learning to read music as a part of a repertoire and obviously and most importantly having fun. At the end of the 5th day, students will get to perform in a piece as a band! How and exciting.
The North London Music Academy 15 Pratt Mews
Mon 29 Jul 19 to Fri 2 Aug

More details - Like A Woman Workshop
After the success of our first edition of our Like A Woman workshops, we are back for a second Join us for a large dose of self-love and empowerment in a phenomenal group of women. How many times have you heard someone being told they do something like a woman? Well we’re here to give that a brand new meaning!
Academy Mews Studios, 15 Pratt Mews
Sun 4 Aug 19

More details - Deliver-a-Nonna
Brits looking for their very own home-cooked Italian meal need look no further, with the launch of Deliver-A-Nonna – a truly one-of-its-kind delivery service.
Across London and Brighton
Mon 22 Jul 19 to Sat 27 Jul

More details - National Geographic Traveller Food Festival
The event offers visitors a chance to take their taste buds on an expansive world tour, with the main hall featuring stalls packed with delicious cuisines from destinations as far-flung as Dominica, Israel and Thailand.
The Business Design Centre, Islington, London
Today

More details - Jack the Ripper Mystery Walks
Weekly guided walking tour on the trail of the world’s most notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper. Led by Ripperologist Paul Mansfield with over 20 years experience in the Ripper and as a London Tour Guide. Hear the story and facts about what really happened.
Outside Aldgate tube station 9 Aldgate high street
Sun 21 Jul

More details - Club Soda Mindful Drinking Festival Summer 2019
Our next Club Soda Mindful Drinking Festival will be on Saturday 20th July 2019 at Spitalfields Market in east London. This will be our sixth festival. Since our first festival in the summer of 2017, the mindful drinking scene has grown substantially and the demand for low and no alcohol drinks is ever increasing.
Old Spitalfields Market Brushfield Street
Today

More details - BOTTLES Wine Bar: Taste of Puglia Wine Tasting
Bottles Wine Bar on Brushfield Street returns with their 2nd ‘Taste of…’ supper club series, this time transporting guests to Puglia.
BOTTLES Old Spitalfields Market 67 Brushfield Street London
Tue 6 Aug 19

More details - 69 Gloucester Crescent - Open Garden for NGS
Delightful little cottage front garden, opening jointly with No. 70 next door. It shows what can be done with a front garden as an attractive alternative to a paved parking space.
69 Gloucester Crescent, London
Sun 4 Aug 19

More details - 70 Gloucester Crescent - Open Garden for NGS
Here is an oasis in Camden’s urban density, where resourceful planting outflanks challenges of space and shade, and Mrs Dickens who once lived here is an amiable ghost. May open day occurs alongside other distinctive local gardens while an August opening shows how wonderful the month can be in a town garden.
70 Gloucester Crescent, London
Sun 4 Aug 19

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Regents Park
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £12, children FREE This event must be pre-booked at https://www.bachtobaby.
St Marks Church Prince Albert Road London
Today, Sat 17 Aug

More details - Camden Preloved Vintage Kilo Sale
Shop through 6 tonnes of Preloved, Vintage & Retro clothing and pay by weight - all at just £15 per kilo! Find everything from true vintage dresses from the 60’s onwards, retro blouse & shirts, flannel, leather, denim and jeans, branded sportswear, shoes, bags, accessories & tonnes, tonnes more!
Arlington Conference Centre 220 Arlington Rd Camden Town London
Today

More details - LELO UK - The 'O' Face photo booth
The end of July marks a significant and satisfying calendar day that everyone should celebrate – National Orgasm Day. To honour the day, luxurious intimate lifestyle brand LELO UK is opening up a photo booth in Central London to encourage people to capture their final fake ‘O’ face.
Boxpark Shoreditch, 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, Hackney, London
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - Die or Run - Edinburgh Previews
The 1980s. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has pronounced ‘there is no such thing as society.’ 2019, nearly 40 years later, and what kind of society do we live in?
Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old St, Hackney, London
Today

More details - Carolyn Cowan: The power of breath
Stress and anxiety are now at alarming rates in our society, with many of us leading increasingly busy and hectic lifestyles. Last year according to reports, 74% of us has experienced severe stress at some point.
triyoga Camden 57 Jamestown Rd, London
Today and Sun 21 Jul

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Kensington
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St Stephens Gloucester Road Kensington
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - Solomons' Yard
The Solomons’ Yard Weekenders will transport Londoners to pre-market days, when what is now known as the Middle Yard played host to Alfie Solomon’s (Tom Hardy in Peaky Blinders) underground whisky smuggling and gambling operation.
Camden Market, Middle Yard
Today, Fri 26 Jul, Sat 27 Jul, Fri 2 Aug, Sat 3 Aug, Fri 9 Aug, Sat 10 Aug, Fri 16 Aug, Sat 17 Aug

More details - JOB TODAY Summer Camp: Box Galleries
With July being one of the most popular months to go online and look for a new job, JOB TODAY has launched their Summer Camp which helps people immerse themselves in a range of different industries so they can seek out where their passions lie.
Box Galleries, 402 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London
Tue 30 Jul 19

More details - Pop Up Vintage Fairs London at Wilton's Music Hall
Late night vintage shopping, live music & cocktails in the world’s oldest surviving music hall in the heart of East London
Wilton’s Music Hall
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - 35 Turret Grove - Open Garden for NGS
As featured on BBC Two - Gardeners’ World, 2018, this north facing garden shows what can be achieved in a small space (8m x 20m). The owner, who makes no secret of disregarding the rule book, describes this visual feast of intoxicating colours as Clapham meets Jamaica.
35 Turret Grove, Clapham Old Town
Sun 21 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - The Young Victoria
The beautiful front of Kensington Palace make for the ultimate setting for a night of cinema under the stars. The front of the Palace, with its immaculate formal gardens, will this summer play host to some classic cinema.
Kensington Gardens, London , United Kingdom
Tue 30 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - The Favourite
The beautiful front of Kensington Palace make for the ultimate setting for a night of cinema under the stars. The front of the Palace, with its immaculate formal gardens, will this summer play host to some classic cinema.
Kensington Gardens, London , United Kingdom
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - A Star Is Born
The beautiful front of Kensington Palace make for the ultimate setting for a night of cinema under the stars. The front of the Palace, with its immaculate formal gardens, will this summer play host to some classic cinema.
Kensington Gardens, London , United Kingdom
Thu 1 Aug 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Mary Poppins Returns
The beautiful front of Kensington Palace make for the ultimate setting for a night of cinema under the stars. The front of the Palace, with its immaculate formal gardens, will this summer play host to some classic cinema.
Kensington Gardens, London , United Kingdom
Fri 2 Aug 19

More details - Number, Please.
Five star Edinburgh Fringe Preview! When switchboard operator Sheila Chadwick answers a mysterious call from a dying woman, she is entrusted with a top-secret message to be delivered to the ominous Charles Briand.
The Bread and Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street London, United Kingdom
Tue 23 Jul 19

More details - Pamela's Palace at London's Rosemary Branch Theatre
Pamela’s Palace, where all your beauty dreams come true. After taking Australia by storm this festival season, hair-styling queens-to-be Pam, Tiffany and Bronwyn bring their brilliant all-singing, all-dancing comedy back to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe but not before getting their curlers out in London...
Rosemary Branch Theatre 2 Shepperton Rd, London
Fri 26 Jul 19

More details - Multi-platinum alt-pop artist Elisa at Union Chapel 30th July
Following her recent sell-out European tour, multi-platinum International artist Elisa will play a headlining London show at internationally renowned Union Chapel on Tuesday 30th July as part of her world tour.
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Islington, London
Tue 30 Jul 19

More details - London Halal Food Festival
The annual London Halal Food Festival returns to the Tobacco Docks on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August 2019. With over 150 exhibitors, your taste buds will go crazy for every kind of halal food, drink and dessert under the summer sun.
Tobacco Dock Tobbaco Quay, Wapping Lane
Sat 3 Aug 19 and Sun 4 Aug

More details - Explore Antarctica with Intrepid Travel and Ann Daniels
Join Intrepid Travel and one of Britain’s leading female explorers and world record holder, Ann Daniels, as she shares stories from the polar regions including how she became the first woman to ski to the North and South Poles as part of all-female teams.
Intrepid Travel Level 1, Piano House, Brighton Terrace
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Tom Brace: Brace of Spades Edinburgh Preview
Following a sold-out run at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Tom Brace returns with a brand new magic show for the whole family!Featuring Tom’s unique blend of comedy and magic, the show promises to have a little something for everybody.
Pleasance Theatre Islington Carepnters Mews North Road London
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