Unmissable Things To Do in London – Summer 2018
Festival season is truly upon us, so here’s a bumper Summer To Do List of things to do in London covering July & August to keep you busy in between Fringe frolics and the annual tent airing…
This summer’s top picks include drag cabaret, circus hi-jinx, EdFringe previews, learning-made-fun, community fun, free festivals, super-tasty vegan food, pride celebrations, jaw-dropping performances, Christmas in July and Jessica Fletcher!
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The team behind our fave cabaret, La Soiree turn up the heat for summer at the Roundhouse. Expect raucous entertainment and live music in the famous round railshed.
Save approximately £500 on a short trip to Edinburgh and have a staycation to see 28 top fringe acts in the capital.
Sheep and owl displays, home grown vegetable and flower competitions and VITACOCO’s giant slip and slide (pictured) all combine to create the perfect free day out.
A bonkers night of extraordinary art south of the river including the participatory procession work of Marinella Senatore (pictured).
‘A Generous Lover is the true, and very queer tale, of one soul’s journey through the wasteland of mental illness, to deliver their lost love. ‘
A hilariously look at Yolanda Mercy’s ‘quarter life crisis’ through emojis and japes. Yolanda deserves an E4 show based on this performance.
tonight is the night baby and forever (but no recycling) | Paper Dress Vintage | 3 July | 7pm | FREE
A mad but addictive durational performance in a vintage store where Moa Johansson gives birth to shoes.
Get your Christmas jumper out and sweat through the heatwave with this pop party in the camp as Christmas – Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
Event of the year? Perhaps. Join Jessica Fletcher for an interactive solve along episode of Murder She Wrote in the RVT.
Head out to Suffolk for the ulimate variety of festival entertainment from music by up and coming acts like MNEK to unusual experiences like ZU-UK’s Binaural Dinner Date (pictured).
A media themed festival where you can see intelligent slebs such as June Sarpong, John Cleese and talk about their work, do workshops in guerrilla journalism and then dance the night away.