Guide to what’s on in London in July 2019

Find out what’s on in the capital in July, including Pride Parade, Ealing Summer Festival, Lambeth Country Show and more.

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Live music at the Lambeth Country Show in Brockwell Park

Summer is in full swing. Get ready for one of London’s busiest month as full-blown peak season kicks off when London’s families and tourists will be hitting the streets seeking entertainment. Tennis fans will be enjoying Wimbledon, with Pimm’s and strawberries on cream galore. Of course, the school holidays kick off so plenty of parents and grandparents will be seeking ways to entertain the kids.

For a guide to Wimbledon screenings in London, click here.

  • 2 July : Carmen @ Royal Opera House BP Big Screen

Watch the Royal Opera House’s production of Carmen live on the big screen. From 6.30pm. Free. At Lyric Square (Hammersmith), Trafalgar Square or General Gordon Square (Woolwich). For more information, visit the Royal Opera House website.

  • 2 – 7 July : RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Flower show in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace. Celebrity and expert speakers include Raymond Blanc, Martin Ogden, James Golding, Madeleine Shaw, Jose Pizarro, Mark Diacono, Chris Smith, Emily Rae, James Wong, Jasmine Helmsley and many more. Open to RHS members only Tues-Wed, Public entry Mon and Thu-Sun. Advance tickets range from £20 to £37.50 depending on full/half-day and RHS membership. Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU. Nearest station: Hampton Court (from Waterloo). For more information and tickets, visit the RHS website.

  • 2 – 14 July : Festibowl @ London Bridge

Festival of lawn bowling sets up camp by the Thames for two weeks. There will also be DJs, street food and cocktails. Times 12pm-10.30pm. Tickets from £15. Festibowl Bowling Green, Potters Field Park, SE1 2AA. Nearest stations: London Bridge. For tickets, visit the Festibowl website.

  • Now until 3 July : Masterpiece London

An imaginative art and antiques fair for traditional and contemporary. Featuring a week of cultural, culinary and social experiences. Open Thu, Mon-Wed 11am-9pm, Fri-Sun 11am-7pm. Tickets from £38.50. Royal Hospital, Chelsea, SW3 4SL. Nearest station: Sloane Square. For more information, visit the Masterpiece London website.

  • 3 – 7 July : The Other Art Fair

Art fair with the chance to meet and buy from emerging new talent. As well as the art displays, there will also be workshops, installations, a Sassy Cidre pop-up, tours, kids’ activities, supper clubs and more. Open Thu (private view) 5pm-10pm, Fri 12pm-9pm, Sat 11am-7pm and Sun 11am-6pm. Tickets: £9-£25. West Handyside Canopy, King’s Cross, N1C 4BZ. Nearest station: King’s Cross St Pancras. For tickets, visit Eventbrite.

  • 4 July : Young Marketeers’ Summer Sale @ Borough Market

Borough Market will host 50 stalls from 11 London primary schools in partnership with the School Food Matters charity. The stalls will sell fruit and vegetables grown by the children. 11am-1.30pm. Free entry. Market Hall, Borough Market, 8 Southwark Street, SE1 1TL. Nearest station: London Bridge. For more information, visit the Borough Market website.

  • 4 July : A Taste of California

Mark the USA’s Independence Day with an evening of California wine tasting. California Wine Tasting Masterclass will be leading the tastings, accompanied by American-style nibbles. Tickets: £35. New Street Wine, 16 New Street, EC2M 4TR. Nearest station: Liverpool Street. For booking, visit the New Street Wine website.

  • 4 July : 4th July party @ The Gallery

Celebrate US Independence Day with a whisky-fuelled bash. Expect classic American whiskies, Mint Juleps, American food, special brewery colloborations and boilermakers. Free entry or £10 ticket for a whisky tasting session, 1 Mint Julep and 1/3 pint of a special collaboration brew. The Gallery, 190 Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead, NW6 3AY. Nearest station: West Hampstead. Tickets can be bought from the bar. For more information, visit The Gallery website.

  • 5 – 7 July : Carters Steam Fair @ Hornsey

The vintage travelling funfair sets up camp in Hornsey, featuring rides from the late 19th century to the 1960s. Open Fri 3pm-8pm, Sat 11am-8pm and Sun 11am-8pm. Free admission. Priory Park, Hornsey, N8 8QR. Nearest station: Hornsey. For more information, visit the Carters Steam Fair website.

  • 5 – 7 July : Just V Show

Lifestyle festival for vegans, vegetarians or those who want to live a more plant-based diet. Featuring vegan and vegetarian brands, cooking demos, talks, Veggie speed dating, and advice. Open 10am-5pm. Free tickets if you register online (also includes entry to Love Natural Love You and The Allergy & Free From Show). London Olympia, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, W14 8UX. Nearest station: Kensington Olympia. For tickets, visit the Just V Show website.

  • 5 – 26 July : The International Women in Arts Festival

Devonshire Square’s WeWorks hosts a festival of female talent. Featuring live music, dance, acrobatics and more. Most performances start at 1pm. Free. At Devonshire Square (Western Courtyard), City of London, EC2M. Nearest stations: Liverpool Street or Aldgate. For the schedule, visit the Devonshire Square website. For more information, read Metro Girl’s blog post.

  • 6 July : Stockwell Festival

A celebration of the unique creativity and diversity of Stockwell. Featuring live music, street food, children’s entertainment, rides, sport, dance and a Community Action Zone. 1pm-7pm. Free entry. Larkhall Park, Stockwell, SW8 2PX. Nearest station: Stockwell or Wandsworth Road. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.

  • Now until 6 July : Greenwich & Docklands International Festival

Two and a half week celebration of free outdoor performing arts, including theatre, dance, and street arts. At various venues across Greenwich and Docklands. For more information, visit the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival website.

  • Now until 6 July : Pride London

Festival celebrating gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. This year marks the 50th anniversary since Stonewall. Featuring music, talks, screenings, walks and performances. The highlight is the Free parade on 6 July from Portland Place (Regent Street) 1pm to Whitehall (ending approx. 4.30pm). For more information, visit the Pride London website.

  • 7 July : Greenford Carnival

Kick starting the Ealing Summer Festival is the Greenford Carnival. Expect dance, music, food, funfair, sports, arts and crafts and more. 12pm-6.30pm. Free entry. Ravenor Park, Greenford, UB6 9LB. Nearest station: Greenford. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festival website.

  • Now until 7 July : Hampstead Summer Festival

The festival takes place in and around Hampstead, including the Big Fair on Heath Street (7 July), open art competitions, poetry, art and literacy events, pub quizzes and more. Many activities are Free. For more information, visit the Hampstead Summer Festival website.

  • 8 – 12 July : Summer In The Square

Five-day festival in Portman Square, featuring street food, badminton, garden games, Wimbledon screenings, licensed bar, tipi retreat featuring fitness and wellness activities. 11.30am-8pm. Free entry. Portman Square, Marylebone, W1H 6LW. Nearest station: Bond Street or Marble Arch. For more information, visit the Baker Street Quarter website.

  • 9 July : The Marriage of Figaro @ Royal Opera House BP Big Screen

Watch the Royal Opera House’s production of The Marriage of Figaro live on the big screen at several locations in the capital. From 6.30pm. Free. At Lyric Square (Hammersmith), Trafalgar Square or General Gordon Square (Woolwich). For more information, visit the Royal Opera House website.

  • 10 – 13 July : Ealing Beer Festival

Beer festival organised by CAMRA comes to West London, featuring over 500 varieties of real ale, ciders, perries, wine and imported beer. Food stalls also available. Open 12pm-10.30pm (6pm Sat). Tickets: CAMRA members £3, non-members £5. Walpole Park, Ealing, W5. Nearest station: West Ealing or Ealing Broadway. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festivals website.

Crossness Pumping Station © Memoirs Of A Metro Girl 2018

Step inside Crossness Pumping Station

  • 11 – 14 July : Luminary @ Crossness Pumping Station

A multi-media art installation to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Sir Joseph Bazalgette, engineer of London’s sewer system. A chance to see inside this spectacular fete of Victorian engineering being lit up with 3D laser scanning technology, video projection, sound and lighting effects. Show times vary and last 45 minutes approx. Free. Crossness Pumping Station, Bazalgette Way, Abbey Wood, SE2 9AQ. Nearest station: Abbey Wood (some tickets include coach transport for train to Crossness). For more information, visit the Thamesmead Now website. For more information, read Metro Girl’s blog post on the history of Crossness.

  • 12 – 14 July : Hyper Japan

A celebration of Japanese culture and products. Includes cuisine, drinking, shopping, live music and a mix of pop and traditional culture. Open Fri 12-8pm, Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 9am-5pm. Tickets: £17-£50. Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, W14 8UX. Nearest station: Kensington Olympia. For more information and advance tickets, visit the Hyper Japan website.

  • 13 July : Acton Carnival

Notting Hill isn’t the only West London carnival. Starts with a procession down Main Street, before live music, DJs, street food. Entry: Adults £2, Children under 12 free. family tickets £5 (inc 2 adults and up to 3 children). Acton Park, East Acton, W3 7LB. Nearest station: Acton Central. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festivals website.

  • 13 July : PRIDE on Ice @ Queens

PRIDE in London are teaming up with Queens with celebrations on the ice rink and the Sin Bin. Expect ice skating, performances, DJs, lights, drinking and dining. 6pm-midnight. Tickets: £5 (early bird). Queens, 17 Queensway, W2 4PQ. Nearest station: Queensway or Bayswater. For more information, visit the Queens website.

  • 13 July : Summer Illustrators’ Fair

The House of Illustration hosts a one-day fair, featuring over 100 stalls showcasing contemporary illustrators with their prints, books, ceramics and textiles. 11am-5pm. Free entry. The Crossing, Granary Buildng, King’s Cross, N1C 4TB. Nearest station: King’s Cross St Pancras. For more information, visit the King’s Cross website.

  • 13 July : Rotherhithe Festival

The Rotherhithe Festival returns featuring live music, food and drink market, craft stalls and community events. 11am-8.30pm. Free. King George’s Fields (off Moodkee Street), Rotherhithe, SE16. Nearest station: Canada Water. For more information, visit the Rotherhithe Festival website.

  • 13 – 14 July : Walthamstow Garden Party

A weekend of local and international talent produced by The Barbican, featuring music, theatre, storytelling, poetry, pop-up cinema, craft and design markets and Real Food Festival. 12pm-9.30pm. Free entry. Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 5EH. Nearest station: Walthamstow Central. For more information, visit the Garden Party website.

  • 14 July : Chap Olympiad

A celebration of sporting ineptitude, featuring Umbrella Jousting, Bakewell Battles and Not Playing Tennis and plenty of gin and tonic. Eccentric dress encouraged. 12pm-9pm. Tickets: Sold out. Bedford Square Gardens, Bloomsbury, WC1. Nearest station: Goodge Street or Tottenham Court Road. For tickets, visit the Chap Olympiad website.

  • 14 July : The Grand Flâneur Walk

The Chap magazine is celebrating its 100th edition and 20th anniversary with an immaculately dressed saunter through London. Participants are invited to dress in full regalia, ignore their smart phones and go for an amble in any direction they choose. From 12pm. Free. Meeting point: Beau Brummell statue, Jermyn Street, St James, SW1Y. Nearest station: Green Park. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page or The Chap magazine’s website.

  • 14 July : Bastille Day Party @ Le Pont de la Tour

Celebrate France’s national day at Le Pont de la Tour with Moet & Chandon. Expect fruits de mer seafood platters, oysters, bottomless BBQ, a champagne tower and a live Parisian band. 12pm-4pm. Tickets: £60 (inc bottomless food from all food stations, arrival glass of Moet & Chandon rose champagne and a second from the tower). Pont de la Tour, 36D Shad Thames, SE1 2YE. Nearest station: London Bridge. For more information, visit Le Pont de la Tour website.

  • Now until 14 July : Dinner Is Coming

A new immersive spoof dining experience inspired by Game Of Thrones. Expect food, theatre, comedy and ‘murder’. Dress code: Your GoT house. Over 18s only. Tickets: £35-£55. The Vaults, Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN, Nearest station: Lambeth North or Waterloo. For more information or tickets, visit the Dinner Is Coming website. See Metro Girl’s blog post for more information.

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City Beerfest takes place at Guildhall

  • 18 July : City Beerfest

One day beer festival comes to the City of London. Featuring 14 breweries, live music from City Music Foundation artists and food stalls. 12.30pm-9.30pm. Free entry with beer packages available from £11. Guildhall Yard, City of London, EC2V 5AE. Nearest station: St Paul’s or Bank. For tickets (save at least 10%), visit the City Beerfest website.

  • 18 July : Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party

An evening of summer festivities, inspired by storytelling and the books which have entertained generations. Featuring performances, food and drink, children’s entertainers, stalls, live music and special promotions at the area’s shops. 5pm-10pm. Free. Seymour Place and New Quebec Street, Marylebone, W1. Nearest station: Marble Arch. For more information, visit the Marble Arch website.

  • 18 – 19 and 24 – 26 July : Ealing Comedy Festival

Comedy festival featuring Alan Davies, Boothby Graffoe, Luisa Omielan, Omid Djalili, Seann Walsh, Ian Stone, Sean Lock, Milton Jones, Alistair McGowan, Ed Byrne, Andy Parson, Tom Slade, Geoff Norcotte, Fiona Allen, Jeff Innocent, Catherine Bogart and more. Doors open 6.30pm. Tickets start at £20 (plus booking fee). Walpole Park, Ealing, W5. Nearest station: West Ealing or Ealing Broadway. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festivals website.

  • 19 – 28 July : London National Park City Week

Over 280 events and activities will be taking place all week to celebrate the capital’s green spaces. Events range from nature walks to volunteering at an apiary. At locations across the capital. Booking required for some events. For more information, visit the London.gov.uk website.

  • 20 – 21 July : National Geographic Traveller Food Festival

Get inspired at the inaugural food festival from the glossy travel brand. Featuring food stalls from around the world, masterclasses, expert panel discussions, interviews and demonstrations. Celebrity and foodie experts in attendance include John Torode, Raymond Blanc OBE, Romy Gill, Felicity Cloake, Neil Davey, Liz Dodd, Zoe Adjonyoh and many more. Open Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-4.30pm. Tickets: £22. Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, N1 0QH. Nearest station: Angel. For more information, visit the festival website.

  • 20 – 21 July : Lambeth Country Show

Over 150,000 people are expected at this annual extravaganza of entertainment, food, drink, farm life, fun fair rides, general revelry and live music in Brockwell Park in Herne Hill. 12pm-8pm. Free entry (bag searches at entry, no outside alcohol allowed). Brockwell Park (Entrances near Norwood Road/Herne Hill junction or Dulwich Road). Nearest station: Herne Hill (9 minutes from Victoria) or a 15 minute walk from Brixton tube. For more information, visit the Lambeth Country Show website.

  • 20 – 21 July : Ealing Blues Festival

Blue festival returns to west London, featuring Kyla Brox, Son of Dave, MACK ft Tommy Hare, Johnny G, Big Mama’s Door, Stiff Joints Duo, The Frisco’s, Nick Lowe, Bad Influence, Robert Hokum Revue, The Eel Pie All Stars, Emma Wilson and many more. Tickets: Weekday entry £5 (advance), £7/£10 (on the door), Weekend entry: £10 (advance), £12 (on the door). Walpole Park, Ealing, W5. Nearest station: West Ealing or Ealing Broadway. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festivals website.

  • 24 July : Rum Off @ Bobby Fitzpatrick

Help find the world’s best rum in the fourth round of the Rum Off 2019. Sixteen leading rum brands will compete for the title, with cocktail making, with you getting to vote for your favourite. This round will see Pusser’s, Doorly’s, Ron Zacapa and The Real McCoy competing. 7pm-10pm. Tickets: £9 (inc entry and 4 cocktails). Bobby Fitzpatrick, 273 West End Lane, Hampstead, NW6 1QS. Nearest station: West Hampstead. For tickets, visit Eventbrite.

  • 26 – 28 July : London Film & Comic Con

Celebration of your favourite films and comics with the chance to meet your idols. Celebrities include Charlie Sheen, Robert Carlyle, Jason Momoa, Brendan Fraser, Tom Ellis, Jason Isaacs, Tom Felton, Gina Torres, Lana Parrilla, Emilie De Ravin, Christina Ricci, Christopher Eccleston, Charles Dance, Malin Akerman, Lee Majors, William Shatner, Ian Somerhalder, Jenna Coleman, Billy Dee Williams, Peter Serafinowicz, Finn Jones, Joe Thomas, Blake Harrison, Phil Daniels, Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker, and many more. Tickets: Adults £17-£22, Children £12-£15. Olympia, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, W14 8UX. Nearest station: Kensington Olympia. For tickets, visit the London Film & Comic Con website.

  • 26 – 28 July : Fiesta de Mexico

Mexican festival will brings the country’s sights, smells and flavours to the City of London. Featuring food and drink stalls, Mariachi bands, Aztek dance performances, traditional artisan workshops and Lucha Libre Mexican wrestling shows. From 12pm. Free. Guildhall Yard, City of London, EC2V 5AE. Nearest station: St Paul’s or Bank. For more information, visit the CityOfLondon.gov.uk website.

  • 27 – 28 July : Ealing Jazz Festival

Two-day jazz festival, featuring Cymande, Weedie Braimah and the Hands of Time, Ruby Rushton, Don Kipper, Hilda Cecilia, Pee Wee Ellis, Judi Jackson, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra, Blue Notes and more. Tickets: Advance day pass £5, weekend pass £10. On the day: £7 before 3pm, £10 after 3pm, Weekend pass £12. Walpole Park, Ealing, W5. Nearest station: West Ealing or Ealing Broadway. For more information, visit the Ealing Summer Festivals website.

  • Now until 28 July : Room To Breathe @ Migration Museum

Interactive exhibition of a migrant’s experiences when they arrive in the UK and what it means to live as migrant. Open Thu 12pm-8pm, Fri-Sun 12pm-6pm. Free admission. At the Migration Museum @ The Workshop, 26 Lambeth High Street, Lambeth, SE1 7AG. Nearest station: Vauxhall, Westminster or Lambeth North. For more information, visit the Migration Museum website. For Metro Girl’s review on the exhibition, click here.

  • 29 July – 25 August : Camden Fringe

The Camden Fringe returns for its 14th year, bringing over 270 productions of theatre, comedy and fringe fun to 22 venues across the borough of Camden, including Camden People’s Theatre, Camden Comedy Club, Canal Café Theatre and the Hen And Chickens. For more information and tickets, visit the Camden Fringe website.

Dinner Time Story

Dinner Time Story presents the Banquet Of Hoshena

  • Now until 7 August : Banquet of Hoshena

Dinner Time Story brings their new immersive dining experience to London. Diners will be treated to a projector-lead dining concept using 3D visual technology, image mapping and experiential props. Tickets: £85/£95/£110. Westfield, Ariel Way, White City, W12 7GF. Nearest station: White City. Pre-booking requests: info@dinnertimestory.com or tel: 07510 204 003. Visit Banquet of Hoshena on Instagram. See Metro Girl’s blog post for more information.

  • Now until 12 August : Summer Exhibition @ Royal Academy of Arts

An eclectic exhibition of 1,500 pieces of art submitted by professionals to unknown artists. Open daily 10am-6pm. Tickets: £18. Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD. Nearest station: Green Park or Piccadilly Circus.For more information, visit the Royal Academy of Arts website. Read Metro Girl’s blog post on this year’s exhibition.

  • Now until 17 August : Mind-Scape V @ 3812 Gallery

Annual exhibition of contemporary Chinese artists. Open Mon–Fri 10am-6.30pm, Sat 11am-2pm. 3812 Gallery, 21 Ryder Street, St. James’s, SW1Y 6PX. Nearest station: Green Park or Piccadilly Circus. For more information, visit the 3812 Gallery website.

  • Now until 26 August : AI – More Than Human

A new interactive exhibition showcasing the latest in artificial intelligence. Open: Sat-Wed 10am-6pm, Thu-Fri 10am-9pm. Tickets: £15-£17. Barbican Centre, Beech Street, City of London, EC2Y 8AE. Nearest station: Moorgate or Barbican. For more information and tickets, visit the Barbican Centre website.

  • Now until 15 September : Applebee’s Fish pop-up

Borough Market establishment Applebee’s are setting up a summer pop-up on the South Bank, featuring fresh seafood, craft beer, cocktails, live entertainment and lawn games. Queen’s Walk (under Hungerford Bridge), Lambeth, SE1 8XX. Nearest station: Waterloo. For more information, visit the Applebee’s Fish website. For more information, read Metro Girl’s blog post.

  • Now until 22 September : Dulwich Pavilion 2019 – The Colour Palace

Check out the summer pavilion in the grounds of Dulwich Picture Gallery. This year’s structure has been designed by Pricegore architects and Yinka Ilori. Throughout the summer, there will be a series of events at the pavilion, as well as monthly late-night openings. Free. Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, Dulwich Village, SE21 7AD. Nearest station: West Dulwich or North Dulwich. For more information, visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery website. Read Metro Girl’s blog post on this year’s pavilion.

  • Now until 29 September : Underbelly Festival

Summer-long arts festival on the South Bank, featuring comedy, circus, cabaret and family shows at affordable prices in the inflatable upside down cow venue, international street food, open-air bar. Festival grounds open daily until 11pm. Ticket prices for show vary, but a majority are between £10-£20, free entry to festival grounds. Jubilee Gardens (off Belvedere Road), South Bank, SE1 8XX. Nearest station: Waterloo. For more information and tickets, visit the Underbelly Festival website.

  • Now until 29 September : Roof Fest London

John Lewis & Partners Gardening Society hosts one of the largest rooftop destinations in the capital of the top of John Lewis’ Oxford Street flagship. Expect cocktails, street food and BBQ, DJs, live entertainment, fitness, massage, meditation and more. Open Mon-Sat 12pm-10pm. Sun 12pm-9pm. Free entry. John Lewis, 300 Oxford Street, Marylebone, WC1 1DX. Nearest station: Oxford Circus or Bond Street. For more information, visit the John Lewis website.

  • Now until 29 September : Fulham Beach @ Neverland

The popular Neverland has had a summer makeover, featuring day beds, private beach huts and cabanas, two bars, live DJs, croquet, beer pong, shuffleboard and ping pong. They also host special events include bottomless brunches, yoga classes, fancy dress parties and sports screenings. Open Wed-Fri 6pm-11pm, Sat 12pm-11pm, Sun 12pm-9pm. Entrance starts from £5 (free to SW6 residents all days except Sat). Neverland, 364 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, SW6 2TY. Nearest station: Wandsworth Town. For more information, visit the Neverland London website.

Skylight London © CPG Photography Ltd.

Skylight offers rooftop drinking and views
© CPG Photography Ltd.

  • Now until (TBA) September : Skylight London

Rooftop bar Skylight London returns to Wapping with city views, cocktails, street food, lawn games, World Cup and Wimbledon screenings and more. Open Thu-Fri 5pm-11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-11pm. Free entry. Croquet: Indoor £25, Outdoor £35 (45 min game), Petanque: £15 (2-4 players). Skylight, Tobacco Quay (Pennington Street entrance), Wapping, E1CW 2SF. Nearest station: Shadwell or Wapping. For more information, visit the Skylight London website. Read Metro Girl’s review of this summer’s Skylight experience.

  • Now until 6 October : Serpentine Pavilion

Visit the temporary structure in the grounds of the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens. This year’s Pavilion is designed by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami. Free to visit, but also contains a pop-up café inside. Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA. Nearest stations: Lancaster Gate, Knightsbridge or South Kensington. For more information, visit the Serpentine Gallery website.

  • Now until 31 October : Under Ground London exhibition

Exhibition of subterranean London, featuring images, maps and plans of tunnels, lost rivers, sewers, deep shelters and underground railways. Open during office hours. Free entry. London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, EC1R 0HB. Nearest station: Farringdon or Angel. For more information, visit the City of London.gov.uk website.

  • Now until 1 December : Architecture of London

Exhibition of 400 years of London architecture. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Sun 12pm-4pm. Tickets: Adults £10, concs £7. Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, City of London, EC2V 5AE. Nearest station: St Paul’s, Bank or Moorgate. For more information, visit the City of London.gov website.

  • Now until June 2020 : Sculpture In The City 2019/2020

Free public art exhibition, bringing contemporary pieces to the streets and spaces of the City of London. Free. At various sites around the Square Mile. Nearest stations: Fenchurch Street, Monument or Liverpool Street. For more information and a map of the artworks, visit the Sculpture in the City website. Check out Metro Girl’s gallery of the 2019/2020 exhibition.

For a guide to London’s outdoor and pop-up cinemas this summer, click here.

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