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  • First Thursdays

    06 Aug

    On the first Thursday of every month, more than 80 of East London's art galleries stay open until 9pm. Heavyweight galleries such as the White Cube and the Barbican participate alongside smaller independent exhibition spaces, and many stage special events.
  • Diamond League Athletics - Grand Prix

    07 Aug

    The world's best athletes compete at the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, part of the annual Diamond League Athletics series. Held over two days, the meeting features more different disciplines than any other Diamond League event.

  • City Loud

    15 Aug

    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.
  • BoomTown Fair

    09 Aug

    Once known for raucous debauchery, the BoomTown Fair has cleaned up its act and is now family-orientated, with a huge emphasis on eco-initiatives. Musically, ska and reggae predominate; Toots and the Maytals headline, along with the Wurzels and Babyhead.
  • Rewind Festival

    17 Aug

    Celebrate the 80s at Henley-on-Thames' Rewind Festival. The festival focuses on Eighties music, inviting big names of the decade to perform at Temple Island Meadows on Remenham Farm. Reminisce and enjoy the Comedy Store, street entertainers, funfairs and more.
  • Arsenal FC 2012/13

    18 Aug

    Arsenal FC play their home matches at The Emirates Stadium. The Premier League runs between August and May and full fixture lists can be found on the club websites. Please note: games may be rearranged due to cup or television commitments.

  • Carnaval del Pueblo

    16 Aug

    The Carnaval del Pueblo, a vibrant celebration of Latin American culture in London, salsas its way into Southwark's Burgess Park. More than 100,000 people come for the Latino party, which incorporates music, food, parades and arts and crafts stalls.

  • Kids Week

    14 Aug

    Every year the average age of the audience in London's theatres plummets during Kids Week. Children from five up to 16 years old flock to an unrivalled selection of plays and musicals - either at greatly reduced prices or absolutely free!

  • The Great British Beer Festival

    04 Aug

    The Great British Beer Festival returns to Earls Court. Anyone attending this event will no doubt find themselves encountering scores of Hooray Henrys and the odd White Bishop. Don't be surprised if your fate is sealed by the Umpire's Finger.
  • London Poetry Festival

    03 Aug

    You don't have to be an aspiring bard or well versed in Shakespearean sonnets to enjoy the annual London Poetry Festival. Held at St John's Church, the event showcases a broad range of poets to highlight the genre's accessibility and importance.