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  • Audi International

    22 Jul

    The annual Audi International offers world-class polo in the regal surroundings of the Guards Polo Club in Windsor Great Park. The long-running event attracts attention from media-celeb spotters, and is traditionally attended by the Queen and Prince Philip.

  • City Loud

    18 Jul

    Toni Tambourine, the man behind club nights such as Future Perfect, Malibu Stacey, Sign Of The Times and more recently We Are You, is gracing clubland with his presence once more. This time he aims to put the glam back into going out with the monthly City Loud bash at Turnmills.
  • V&A Museum of Childhood Summer Festival

    05 Jul

    The V&A Museum of Childhood Summer Festival brings a touch of Glastonbury to East London. The museum buzzes with the sounds of live music, street performers and rickshaw rides. Face-painting, food stalls and games also keep the little monsters entertained.
  • Wireless Festival

    06 Jul

    The Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park is another of the capital's addictive outdoor summer festivals with a top line-up of international performers. There is also a market, side shows and chillout zones.

  • Hard Rock Calling

    13 Jul

    Hard Rock Calling in London's Hyde Park is a veritable rock music extravaganza on two huge stages. Top international stars perform every year on the park's east side, near Park Lane. Tickets sell like hot cakes, so book early.

  • Sonisphere

    13 Jul

    The Sonisphere festival, on tour in Europe, comes to the UK's stately home of rock music - Knebworth in Stevenage. Camping is available from Thursday and the bill is firmly rooted in out and out rock music.
  • Club Kali

    17 Jul

    A bit of a well-kept secret, Club Kali at The Dome in Tufnell Park is an open and friendly bi-monthly gay Asian music night
  • BBC Henry Wood Proms

    17 Jul

    Founded in 1895 by Sir Henry Wood, the Proms concerts at the Royal Albert Hall take over London's classical musical calendar every summer and, with some justification, can claim to be the greatest classical music festival in the world.

  • BBC Proms Saturday MatinĂ©es

    18 Jul

    For decades the famous BBC Henry Wood Proms have taken over the resplendant Royal Albert Hall each summer. More recently, chamber and smaller ensemble concerts have also been programmed at Cadogan Hall, just one Tube stop away, including four Saturday matinées.

  • Proms Chamber Music Monday Lunchtimes

    20 Jul

    In 1995, 100 years after Henry Wood founded "the Proms," the first Proms Chamber Music concerts were held. Since 2005 they have been held under Cadogan Hall's Byzantine tower, a tube stop away from the Royal Albert Hall.