Room of Rainbows
Olafur Eliasson returns to Tate Modern with this unmissable exhibition. With his captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond – look out for the artworks introducing natural phenomena such as rainbows to the gallery space.
Glass Room, Bateaux London’s restaurant and bar on the Thames, has teamed up with award-winning Italian dry gin brand, VII Hills, to launch the capital’s only Floating Negroni Bar for Negroni Week. Soak up the Negroni whilst soaking up 360-degree views of London’s famous landmarks.
Frieze Sculpture Park returns to Regent’s Park this summer, showcasing some 20 sculptures from renowned artists such as Tracey Emin and Anish Kapoor. The exhibition has been curated by Claire Lilley, Director of Programmes at the award-winning Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The upside down
Enter the world of the upside down as Coca-Cola bring you The Stranger Arcade – complete with ‘80s video games – on on July 11 to celebrate the return of Stranger Things on Netflix, giving you a chance to fully immerse yourself in the ‘80s nostalgia of Hawkins, Indiana.
Feel the love
Ahead of the Pride on 6 July Edward Johnston’s world-renowned roundel has had a makeover at tube stations across London. Joining the Pride roundel is a Trans Pride roundel, plus the all-new Bi Pride roundel. Each roundel take colours from flags associated with the communities.
War of the Worlds
Prolific composer Jeff Wayne has partnered with cutting-edge ‘layered reality’ company dotdotdot to re-imagine his Musical Work into a multi-sensory experience of immersive theatre, virtual reality, augmented reality holograms and other cutting-edge technology.
Food at the V&A
The V&A’s new exhibition FOOD: Bigger than the Plate explores current experiments at every stage of the food system, from compost to table. The exhibition brings together the politics and pleasure of food to ask how we can create a more sustainable and delicious food future.
Luke Jerram’s six-metre glowing sculpture is lighting up the Natural History Museum for the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo 11. This six-meter model features meticulously detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface, ambient moonlight and an evolving soundscape.
Giffords Circus returns to Chiswick House and Gardens this summer with a new show, Xanadu, celebrating the flower power movement is at its height. A lovely location to experience the vintage charms of this exquisite and magical circus troupe and a highlight of the summer.
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