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  • First Thursdays

    04 Jun

    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.
  • Mind Body Spirit Festival

    30 May

    Open your mind and release your body at the annual Mind Body Spirit Festival at Earl's Court. A huge range of 'alternative' goods, concepts, companies and individuals persuade you to embrace a spiritual future and a healthy lifestyle.

  • Futureversity

    01 Jun

    Thousands of young Londoners can enrol on free summer courses throughout June, July and August this year. Futureversity offers a choice of over 100 subjects ranging from belly dancing and Japanese to rowing and business studies.

  • Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

    04 Jun

    The Royal Academy of Arts' famous Summer Exhibition is the world's largest open contemporary art exhibition. Paintings, sculptures, drawings and models by many distinguished artists jostle with works by unknown and emerging artists, with cash prizes and work for sale.
  • Beltane Bash

    27 May

    Pagans, witches, wiccans, druids and shamans gather at London's Conway Hall for an extraordinary celebration of the changing season. The Beltane Bash's parades have dancing bushes, medieval giants, live music, chanting and singing. Join in with a leafy green outfit.
  • Opera Holland Park

    02 Jun

    An annual summer fixture since 1989, Opera Holland Park performs fully staged opera under Holland Park Theatre's spectacular canopy. The all-new productions in 2011 comprise Don Pasquale, L'amico Fritz, Le nozze di Figaro, La rondine, Rigoletto and La Wally.
  • The Derby

    01 Jun

    Situated on the beautiful Epsom Downs and run for more than two centuries, The Derby is the jewel in English racing's crown. Thousands flock to Epsom Downs Racecourse to watch the race. The winning rider nets one of racing's most generous prize funds.
  • Free Range

    28 May

    Free Range at London's Old Truman Brewery brings the very best of the country's creative talent together on one site and boasts visitor numbers to rival some of the capital's top art shows. You might even spot the next Tracey Emin!
  • Liberty's Summer Sale

    31 May

    Liberty's summer sale offers discounts of up to 50% across the whole range of goods: from china and glass to linen, furniture and furnishing fabrics, fashion and jewellery.
  • London International Antique Dolls, Toys, Miniatures & Teddy Bear Fair

    29 May

    Established for nearly 30 years, the London International Antique Dolls, Toys, Miniatures & Teddy Bear Fair attracts collectors and dealers from around the world. Now taking place at Dulwich College, find antique and new dolls, bears, miniatures and juvenilia.