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Things To Do In London – August 2021

Things To Do In London – August 2021

Welcome to your monthly round up of things happening in London for the month ahead! With the summer weather upon us there are lots of great outdoor events going on plus with things re-opening we can now enjoy live music, theatre and generally start enjoying ourselves again.


  • Here is a round up of all the theatre shows playing in August.


  • The Greenwich + Docklands International Festival returns to London with a new exhibit called ‘Borealis’ by Swiss artist Dan Acher’s . He re-creates the Northern Lights over Greenwich and Woolwich  which will shine in the skies above Greenwich between 8.30pm-10pm from 7th August until September 5.


  • Dine in the Sky continues where you can dine suspended 100ft above London.


  • The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace opens the doors every summer where you can tour inside the famous palace. This year they have also opened up the gardens of Buckingham Palace where you can picnic with a view of the Palace. How fun is that? Tickets are nearly booked up so be quick.


  • The Underbelly festival runs in Cavendish Square until mid September with lots of comedy shows, cabaret and drag acts!


  • The Globe summer season continues where you can see your favourite Shakespeare shows beneath the stars in a replica of the original open roofed theatre.





  • The Queens Gallery is hosting a new exhibition called ‘Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace’, exhibiting some of the world’s most famous paintings from the Royal Collection.


  • Calling all Harry Potter fans. There is a new Potter exhibition in the Film Museum in Covent Garden which houses hundreds of iconic photographs from behind the scenes of the film series. There is even a butterbeer bar.


  • The BBC Proms is an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral and classical music concerts at the Royal Albert Hall. With 52 concerts over 44 days daily you’re sure to find something you love.


  • Dodge at Somerset House is thrilling new open-air experience where you can ride dodgems, see bold installations from acclaimed artists and eat delicious food.




  • The London Wonderground arrives in Earls Court, West London. There are shows for all the family, late night comedy, a city beach and vintage rides plus live acoustic music and some of London’s finest street food and outdoor bars.





Have a great August!


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