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From the return of live theatre in Regent's Park to a pétanque pop-up and an outdoor art trail, here's what not to miss this weekend
Tate Britain spotlights Paul Rego’s visceral, unflinching image-making in the most comprehensive retrospective of her work to date
Immerse yourself in a new outdoor theatre experience that uses 3D sound design to create powerful, socially distanced drama
DNA VR is launching a new site in Hammersmith where gamers can walk with dinosaurs, swim with whales or even join Alice in Wonderland
After months of closure, galleries, museums and family attractions are tentatively reopening. Here’s when you can next visit London's top cultural institutions
Subscription boxes inspire and educate. They're also a treat for kids and are especially handy for parents looking to support and entertain their children
Open your mind as philosophy and music programme HowTheLightGetsIn goes global with a fully interactive online festival
From live theatre and the first post-lockdown arts festival, to luxury day trips and escapes, plan ahead to make the most of the August Bank Holiday weekend
Greenwich and Docklands International Festival (GDIF), London’s leading festival of outdoor theatre and performing arts, returns, offering a plethora of exciting free events
Plays, concerts and world-class dance can all be enjoyed online if you know where to look. Here, we bring you day-by-day culture to stream in self-isolation
Advance booking is now essential, but at least we can still cool off in many of London’s outdoor swimming pools, ponds and lakes
Colourful parades, booming sound systems and rum punch are among the things that usually characterise Notting Hill Carnival. This year, the party is going online…
With outdoor markets reopening, we reflect on our favourites across the city. From Borough to Brockley via King's Cross and Camden, find street food galore this summer
With the city hotting up once more, here's where to find the best ice cream in London
You don’t have to leave the country to enjoy a city break or seaside escape. Here are the day trips from London you can still take this summer
Live music returns to Glyndebourne with a mini-festival of orchestral pieces and opera, an Offenbach comedy at its heart. And an important new fund helps rising artists
Vast and spacious, these are London's best pub gardens boasting plenty of green space, secluded booths and stellar menus
A heated lido, a pool in a deer park, an Olympic aquatics centre and a laconium: London's swimming pools are re-opening – here's where to swim
Celebrate the city's hidden supper clubs, niche bars and unlikely partnerships. Here are the London pop-ups worth catching before they vanish
Original Theatre Company presents two powerful new plays, produced specially for online streaming
Refreshing, sophisticated and low-calorie: alcoholic fizzy water, or hard seltzer, is the drink of the summer. Here are the best brands to try
An immersive escape room from the creators of Sherlock puts you in the famous detective's shoes with convincingly cryptic clues
Theatre-makers are coming up with innovative ways of making virtual productions that feel intimate and immediate
From a castle perched on the edge of the sea to a gothic temple surrounded by a world-famous landscape garden, here's where to holiday in style in the UK
Re-wild yourself by escaping the city and discovering the beaches and countryside near London
Sassy sellout hit Six the musical has found an ingenious solution to Covid restrictions: the show is going on a drive-in tour of the UK
Many of London's parks and squares have exciting fountains, paddling pools and water features – that kids can dip their feet into or run through with abandon…
From sunrise yoga to a virtual planetarium show and a chance to stream the ultimate tale of midsummer madness, here’s how to celebrate the Summer Solstice
Enjoy the best of the British countryside with most beautiful UK walks
From English country gardens to glorious outdoor sculpture parks, these are the loveliest green spaces to visit now that public gardens are reopening
From spicing up team Zooms to sending care packages, these are some of the innovative ways to maintain workplace morale in a remote environment
For London-dwellers who have been missing the city's animal inhabitants: good news. Zoos will be open from June 15th