What to do in London this Summer
If the weather holds, why not venture down to Somerset House with a group of friends and enjoy reminiscing with old films like Clueless and Reservoir Dogs, or event snag tickets to the premiere of Inna de Yard.
The event runs from 8th August to the 21st, with tickets on sale at the link above.
With Pride month in full-force, the parade is a great reminder and way to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. Beginning at Portland Place and finishing in Whitehall, the parade runs from 12 pm to around 5:50 pm.
Only registered groups can march but everyone is welcome to watch for free, with organisers promising this year's parade to be the 'biggest and most diverse yet'.
The Asian-Pacific-inspired restaurant is now open for Japanese afternoon tea. For £30 a person, you can expect a host of sushi, steamed buns and black sesame caramel choux. Available every Saturday from 2 pm- 5 pm, it is the perfect idea for any foodie with an upcoming birthday.
Want a healthy way to enjoy the summer? Or just need refreshing after one-too-many festivals? Look no further as the Sky Garden is offering sunrise yoga throughout summer. Classes begin at 6 am Tuesday-Friday, at 8 am on Saturdays and 8:30 am on Sundays. The class is approximately one hour, and for £10 pp there is also breakfast included.
This amazing food festival in Regent's Park celebrates the range of amazing food and drinks London has to offer. Running from 19th to the 23rd of June, be sure to book your tickets ahead of the festival to avoid disappointment. Entry to the festival is £23, which may seem a little steep but is on the cheaper side of London Food festivals.