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Things to do in London in July 2019

Things to do in London in July 2019

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The ianVisits guide to July's unusual events, tours, lectures and exhibitions happening around London.


Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Monday 1st July

The most exciting underground band of their generation, join Stephen Morris and Jon Savage to revisit this extraordinary time, drawing on their new books on the band
 7pm to 8:30pm
 
 Camden

More London events on Monday 1st July

Tuesday 2nd July

A sensory, symphonic voyage through subterranean Madrid meets a night on the 1950s London Underground. Two cinematic trips into the depths of the hidden metropolis.
 All Day
 
 Barbican
The Hidden City + Under Night Streets
This lecture focuses on an extraordinary pair of pictures painted by the prominent English artist Michael Andrews in the early 1960s, in which he juxtaposes a mass of visual elements taken from various photographic sources.
 6:30pm to 7:45pm
 
 St James
The Newspaper Man: Michael Andrews and the art of painted collage
This talk explores the ambitious set design and creative process behind the director's final film.
 6:30pm to 8pm
 
 Kensington
Eyes Wide Shut: Stanley Kubrick and the Making of His Final Film

More London events on Tuesday 2nd July

Wednesday 3rd July

Hear how NASA are addressing and overcoming the engineering challenges to get man on Mars.
 6pm to 7:30pm
 
 Vauxhall Bridge
NASA's Journey to Mars: Past Missions, Present Technology and Future Challenges
Join Adam Zamoyski as he examines whether Napoleon’s reputation as a military genius is justified.
 6:30pm to 8pm
 
 Chelsea
Napoleon: A military genius?

More London events on Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

A brief overview of the changing and diverse nature of women policing over 102 years.
 1pm to 2pm
 
 Holborn
This talk will explore the relationship between Anglicanism, fiction and women’s writing, and be followed by a launch for the book.
 6pm to 7:30pm
 
 Southwark
Excellent Women: the tradition of Anglican female novelists
Drawing on his work at Pew Research Center, Conrad Hackett will reveal the state of religious identity and commitment in Europe, before a panel discusses the implications for how different communities co-exist in modern society.
 6:30pm to 7:45pm
 
 Strand
How religious change is shaping society
A panel of experts will explore the ways Leonardo understood observation and drawing while combining art and science in every aspect of his work.
 7pm to 9pm
 
 Whitehall
Panel discussion: Leonardo, art and science

More London events on Thursday 4th July

Friday 5th July

A traveling vintage fairground visits Hornsey with steam powered rides.
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 Hornsey
Carters Steam Fair
The Museum of London will open up part of the derelict Smithfield meat market buildings to show off the plans for its new home.
 5am to 9am
 
 Barbican
See the plans for the new Museum of London
The Archbishop's garden is open for a few hours each month between April and September.
 12pm to 3pm
 
 Southwark
Monthly opening of Lambeth Palace Garden
A talk about the efforts that went into a summer of music concerts in Hyde Park in 1969.
 2pm to 3:30pm
 
 Richmond
Culture clash? Pop in a royal park
The event includes free drop-in manga drawing workshops facilitated by award-winning manga artist Kutsuwada Chie, a cosplay 'COSParade' presented by HYPER JAPAN, live music performances by Ichikawa Hibiki and DJ Takaki, sake tasting, as well as a very special manga-inspired fashion presentation.
 6pm to 9:30pm
 
 Russell Square

More London events on Friday 5th July

Saturday 6th July

A traveling vintage fairground visits Hornsey with steam powered rides.
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 Hornsey
Carters Steam Fair
An annual family event for the whole community and takes place every year on the first Saturday in July.
 Starts at 12am
 
 Fulham
A walk around the boundaries of the old parish boundary pointing out boundary markers, features and buildings of historic note on the way.
 All Day
 
The Museum of London will open up part of the derelict Smithfield meat market buildings to show off the plans for its new home.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Barbican
See the plans for the new Museum of London
A delightful old barn now packed full of "clutter" that's oddly enjoyable to visit.
 10:30am to 4pm
 
 Upminster
 Occasional open day at the Upminster Tithe Barn Museum of Nostalgia
Visit the distillery home, meet the Hayman family and sample their True English Gins
 2pm to 6pm
 
 Balham
Hayman Distillery Open Day
Monthly open day at one of London's more curious and delightful museums, devoted to the history of the sewing machine.
 2pm to 5pm
 
 Tooting
As usual, not sure of the reason, but a note that there will a firework display in the Royal Albert Dock.
 10:25pm to 11:05pm
 

More London events on Saturday 6th July

Sunday 7th July

A traveling vintage fairground visits Hornsey with steam powered rides.
 tba
 
 Hornsey
Carters Steam Fair
The Museum of London will open up part of the derelict Smithfield meat market buildings to show off the plans for its new home.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Barbican
See the plans for the new Museum of London
A rare opportunity to visit the Claremont's island by boat, full of mysterious hideaways and historical importance.
 11am to 4pm
 
 Esher
A monthly opening of the Victorian museum of industrial testing equipment.
 11am to 5pm
 
 Southwark
With live music, the Canary Woof Dog Show, KidZone, face painting, games, street food, market stalls, fire engines, fitness and much, bell ringing, Petanque and much more.
 12pm to 5pm
 
 Poplar
Occasional open day at the heritage windmill in Croydon.
 12pm to 5pm
 
 Croydon
Shirley Windmill open day
At almost two hundred years old, Northfields Allotments is London's oldest allotment site.
 1pm to 5pm
 
 West Ealing
Northfields Allotments Summer Open Day
Monthly(ish) open days at 250 acres of the estate originally laid out by Capability Brown.
 1pm to 5pm
 
 Reigate
Gatton Park monthly open day

More London events on Sunday 7th July

Monday 8th July

A day of talks and discussion on aspects of English grammar
 9:30am to 5pm
 
 Camden
The Museum of London will open up part of the derelict Smithfield meat market buildings to show off the plans for its new home.
 4pm to 8pm
 
 Barbican
See the plans for the new Museum of London

More London events on Monday 8th July

Tuesday 9th July

Join British writer and broadcaster Sir Christopher Frayling for this keynote lecture on Ken Adam's set designs for Stanley Kubrick’s films.
 6:30pm to 8pm
 
 Kensington
Ken Adam: Designing for Stanley Kubrick

More London events on Tuesday 9th July

Wednesday 10th July

A short procession in full ceremonial garb by the Worshipful Company of Vintners from their Livery Hall to the local church.
 11:30am to :
 
The Annual Vintners Procession
Three London’s Air Ambulance crew members will each give a short talk, followed by time for questions.
 6pm to 7:30pm
 
 Whitechapel
30 years of London's Air Ambulance: Saving the capital's critically injured

More London events on Wednesday 10th July

Thursday 11th July

Carrie de Silva charts the extraordinary career of Irene Barclay (1894-1989), the first woman chartered surveyor.
 1pm to 2pm
 
 Holborn
This illustrated talk will discuss the LCC's wide ranging role in meeting Londoners' needs for leisure, pleasure and entertainment.
 2pm to 3pm
 
 Clerkenwell
Entertaining London
A behind the scenes tour of the Southbank Centre for insights into the history of the site and the people who have shaped it.
 6pm to 7pm
 
 Southwark
Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the Southbank Centre
An informal evening talk about Big Ben and the Elizabeth Tower.
 6:30pm to 8pm
 
 Whitehall
Evening talks marking Big Ben's 160th birthday
Lilian Edwards, Professor of Law, innovation and society at Newcastle Law School, explores the rise of deepfakes in this Turing Lecture.
 6:30pm to :
 
 Barbican
Regulating Unreality
The captivating story of cracking the code of Egyptian hieroglyphs
 7pm to 8:30pm
 
 Camden
Author Wendy Moore will talk about the society doctor who held Victorian London spellbound.
 8pm to 11pm
 
 Southwark
The Mesmerist: How Hypnotism Came to London

More London events on Thursday 11th July

Friday 12th July

£21.00 Hyper Japan
A three day festival of all things Japanese. Prices vary depending on the day/time you visit.
 All Day
 
 West Kensington
An evening lecture by Olenka Horbatsch, curator of Rembrandt: thinking on paper.
 Starts at 12am
 
 Russell Square
Dr Katy Mair will explore the cultural significance of her writings, and shine a light on her personal creativity, with an accompanying document display.
 2pm to 3:30pm
 
 Richmond
Writer Queen: Elizabeth I’s literary works
A chance to go into the normally private gardens in the medieval monastery by the Barbican
 5:30pm to 8:30pm
 
 Clerkenwell
Monthly opening of the Charterhouse's gardens
Following a screening of documentary film 'Spirit of Discovery', join Helen Czerski and a panel of experts to explore how science can inform policy on protecting our oceans.
 7pm to 9pm
 
 South Kensington
 Spirit of Discovery (U) + Panel Discussion: Who’s Responsible for Our Oceans?

More London events on Friday 12th July

Saturday 13th July

Street art festival and street food party over a weekend.
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 Moorgate
£21.00 Hyper Japan
A three day festival of all things Japanese. Prices vary depending on the day/time you visit.
 All Day
 
 West Kensington
Annual local fete with almost 300 stalls to wander around.
 9:30am to 5:30pm
 
 Barnes
Barnes Fair
Monthly opening of the only surviving windmill in inner London.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Brixton
Brixton Windmill monthly open weekend
Occasional open day at a 14th century building in Ilford.
 10am to 2pm
 
 Ilford
Occasional open day at the Ilford Hospital Chapel
Occasional opening of the Transport Museum's Acton Depot - this time themed for younger visitors.
 11am to 5pm
 
 Acton
A local fete will take place in Wapping, which also includes a fairly rare chance to visit the Police Museum.
 12pm to 6pm
 
 Wapping
Traditional local village fete, with aircraft flypast.
 12pm to :
 
 Orpington

More London events on Saturday 13th July

Top events in London on Sun 14th Jul 2019

Street art festival and street food party over a weekend.
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 Moorgate
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Think gourmet food, community ping pong tables, a selection of children’s fairground rides - plus - a kids music and dance stage and a visiting Fair
 11am to 6pm
 
 Battersea
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Open day at a restored and working water mill.
 2pm to 5pm
 
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Monthly open day at Cobham Mill
Monthly opening of the only surviving windmill in inner London.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Brixton
2019-07-14
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Brixton Windmill monthly open weekend
Occasional opening of the Transport Museum's Acton Depot - this time themed for younger visitors.
 11am to 5pm
 
 Acton
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£21.00
A three day festival of all things Japanese. Prices vary depending on the day/time you visit.
 All Day
 
 West Kensington
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Join award-winning science writer Angela Saini as she dissects the political roots of race, why scientists can’t seem to look beyond it, and the dark and dangerous ways in which scientific racism persists to this day.
 3pm to 4:30pm
 
 Holborn
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The Return of Race Science

More London events on Sunday 14th July

Monday 15th July

Legend has it that the weather today will set the weather for the next forty days.
 All Day
 
This talk expounds the deeply politicizing nature of the experiences of the workers at the Port of Calcutta during the Second World War
 6:15pm to 7:30pm
 
 Camden
From ancient Egypt to the iPhone, join Keith Houston in tracing the history of the punctuation marks, symbols and other typographical signs that add meaning to our words - and which sometimes do just the opposite.
 7:15pm to 8:30pm
 
 Camden

More London events on Monday 15th July

Tuesday 16th July

In November 2018, the Bank of England asked the public to nominate a scientist to be the next face of the £50 note. Join us to explore how science will be celebrated on the final note in the first series to be issued on polymer.
 7pm to 8:30pm
 
 Hanover Square
Science of banknotes
There will be a partial lunar eclipse this evening.
 10pm to 11pm
 
Partial lunar eclipse

More London events on Tuesday 16th July

Wednesday 17th July

Annual tradition that sees a fleet of road vehicles parade though the Guildhall to be branded by the Lord Mayor with an annual letter mark.
 10am to 12pm
 
 City of London
Cartmarking Ceremony
Twenty-first century London contains some of the finest book collections in the world, but what about the libraries that haven’t survived?
 6:30pm to 8pm
 
 City of London
The City’s Lost Libraries: A Walk through some Forgotten Book Collections (REPEAT)
Using contemporary images and video, and bringing along 50-year-old models, newspapers and other materials, and drawing on his considerable knowledge of the Apollo programme, Jerry will give his personal view of this incredible voyage of exploration.
 7pm to 8:30pm
 
 South Lambeth

More London events on Wednesday 17th July

Thursday 18th July

A talk by Lisa Wright who was one of the first women to be ordained in March 1994 and also one of the first ordained deacon seven years before that in 1987.
 1pm to 2pm
 
 Holborn
This year’s event will celebrate storytelling, inspired by the interesting stories behind the independent businesses in Portman Marylebone.
 5pm to 10pm
 
Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party 2019
Join Seb Emina, Vivien Godfrey, and Charlie Connelly as they consider what makes a good travel book and our relationships with them.
 6:30pm to 8:30pm
 
The Nature of Travel Writing - A panel discussion
Made in 1955 this bizarre and wonderful film tells the extraordinary adventure of Ben Carlin, who circled the world, over land and sea, in his rusting amphibious jeep.
 7pm to 9pm
 
 Soho
The Adventure Travel Film Festival presents 'Half Safe'
Alec Forshaw, author of An Address in Bloomsbury will talk about the extraordinary developments and changes that this famous street has witnessed over the centuries
 7:30pm to 9pm
 
 Farringdon

More London events on Thursday 18th July

Friday 19th July

Discover the secrets that lie behind, or rather underneath, the Charterhouse.
 10:30am to 12pm
 
 Clerkenwell
Crossrail and the Charterhouse Tour
An evening of exhibitions, experiments, lectures, tours and family-friendly workshops exploring elements across art, history and science at Burlington House.
 6pm to 10pm
 
 Picadilly
Author Paul Baker joins former Music Hall superstar Ida Barr (the comedy creation of Christopher Green) and her special guests for an evening of conversation and fun celebrating Polari, the camp language of gay men.
 7pm to 8:30pm
 
 Camden

More London events on Friday 19th July

Saturday 20th July

A note that a steam train will leave Waterloo Station in the morning, returning in the evening.
 All Day
 
 Southwark
Chance to go up on a roof in the center of London.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Soho North
Open Rooftops: Carnaby Roof
A weekend of events at "Europe's largest Japanese food hall" to mark it's 1st birthday.
 10am to 10pm
 
 Shepherds Bush
Ichiba's 1st Birthday Festival
A delightful old barn now packed full of "clutter" that's oddly enjoyable to visit.
 10:30am to 4pm
 
 Upminster
 Occasional open day at the Upminster Tithe Barn Museum of Nostalgia
Watch a tall tower built in Guildhall Yard on Saturday, and demolished on Sunday
 11am to 6pm
 
 City of London
The People's Tower
Annual open weekend to show off the excavated remains of a Roman bathhouse.
 11am to 4pm
 
 St Mary Cray
Annual open weekend of a Roman Bathhouse
Annual show that was more country fair and is now a general music and beer fest.
 12pm to 8pm
 
 Herne Hill
Waterloo Classics is a monthly classic car show/meet in central London.
 12pm to 4pm
 
 Southwark
Monthly Waterloo Classic car display
Open day to visit the garden overlooking Bank in the City of London.
 12pm to 8pm
 
Open Rooftops: Coq d'Argent Restaurant & Bar
A street party down Frith Street to mark the birthday of the famous Jazz Club.
 12pm to 6pm
 
 Soho
Ronnie Scott's 60th anniversary street party

More London events on Saturday 20th July

Sunday 21st July

Monthly tours of the City of London Cemetery & Crematorium
 Starts at 10am
 
 Manor Park
Cemetery heritage walks
Chance to go up on a roof in the center of London.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Soho North
Open Rooftops: Carnaby Roof
An opportunity to have a look at the buildings and engines, to take in the exhibition and learn something of the Victorian sewer system.
 10:30am to 4pm
 
 Abbey Wood
Crossness Engines open day
A range of events at Crystal Palace, which includes tours of the Victorian subway.
 11am to 2pm
 
 Upper Norwood
Crystal Palace Subway tours
Annual open day including catacomb tours. Get there early as the catacomb tours (£5) tend to sell out very quickly.
 11am to 5pm
 
 West Brompton
Annual Open Day at Brompton Cemetery
Annual open weekend to show off the excavated remains of a Roman bathhouse.
 11am to 4pm
 
 St Mary Cray
Annual open weekend of a Roman Bathhouse
Watch a tall tower built in Guildhall Yard on Saturday, and demolished on Sunday
 11:30am to 2pm
 
 City of London
The People's Tower
A weekend of events at "Europe's largest Japanese food hall" to mark it's 1st birthday.
 11:30am to 9pm
 
 Shepherds Bush
Ichiba's 1st Birthday Festival
Annual show that was more country fair and is now a general music and beer fest.
 12pm to 8pm
 
 Herne Hill
Each open day will be individual to the station, but there will be a fire engine on display for everyone to have a good look at, and may be even get in!
 12pm to 4pm
 
 Whitechapel
Shadwell fire station open day
Open day to visit the garden overlooking Bank in the City of London.
 12pm to 4pm
 
Open Rooftops: Coq d'Argent Restaurant & Bar
The London Gaming Market is a place to buy retro video-games, board games and merchandise.
 Starts at 12pm
 
 Euston
Retro games fair
Go up to the 14th floor, where they have an outdoor running track.
 1pm to 5pm
 
Open Rooftops: White Collar Factory
Open day at one of the largest surviving historic estates in Surrey.
 1pm to 5pm
 
Titsey Place Gardens Open Day
A chahar-bagh (four-part) garden delineated by a central fountain, and channels of water, on the roof opposite the V&A Museum.
 3pm to 5:30pm
 
 South Kensington
Open Rooftops: Ismaili Centre
Watch the Italian church's annual procession, and buy typical Italian products from different gastronomic stands.
 3:30pm to :
 
 Clerkenwell

More London events on Sunday 21st July

Tuesday 23rd July

The man behind the conical bustier: Jean Paul Gaultier reflects on his decades at the forefront of fashion and latest creation Fashion Freak Show in conversation with TV presenter Anita Rani.
 6pm to 7pm
 
 Southwark
Jean Paul Gaultier in Conversation
A talk by City of London Guide Julian Romain
 6:30pm to :
 
 Whitechapel
A screening and talk about the cult classic sci-fi movie
 7pm to :
 
 Homerton
Forbidden Planet +Talk: Inviting Worlds
LGBTQ+ people have often gravitated towards libraries in search of self and community, but why? What does it mean to be queer in the library?
 7:15pm to 8:30pm
 
 Camden

More London events on Tuesday 23rd July

Wednesday 24th July

Get hands on with the hidden treasures of Fulham Palace's collection.
 11am to 12pm
 
 Fulham
Fulham Palace: behind the scenes: handling the museum collections
Don’t feed the plants… Just sit back and relax at this outdoor screening of the creepy musical film starring Rick Moranis and Ellen Greene.
 9:15pm to :
 
 Southwark
Outdoor screening - Little Shop of Horrors

More London events on Wednesday 24th July

Thursday 25th July

Hear the best in new classical and experimental music to the City skyline for two free events.
 6pm to 9pm
 
Nonclassical in Sky Gardens
In this illustrated talk, Palin will recall the last days of the USSR, and his time spent there.
 7:30pm to 8:30pm
 
 Richmond
Michael Palin: Pole to Pole and the Last Days of the USSR

More London events on Thursday 25th July

Friday 26th July

An evening of contemporary and classic film shorts inspired by the Moon—and the universe beyond.
 7pm to 8:45pm
 
 South Kensington
London Short Film Festival presents Astro Shorts

More London events on Friday 26th July

Top events in London on Sat 27th Jul 2019

Visit the c.1397 Grade 2 listed ‘threshing’ barn, over 100ft x 40ft in size, with a fine crownpost roof.
 10:45am to 1pm
 
 Rickmansworth
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Monthly open day at a wood and nature reserve that's next to the railway at Forest Hill.
 1pm to 4pm
 
 Forest Hill
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Monthly open day at the Dacres Wood nature reserve
Go to Morden Hall Park and get given a plant that was previously seen at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
 11am to 4pm
 
 Morden
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Get an RHS Hampton Court Place Flower Show plant for free
Dr Jackie Hall is offering a tour of the Cathedral, using recent research undertaken by her as Southwark Cathedral Archaeologist as her starting point.
 1pm to 2:30pm
 
 Southwark
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An Archaeological Tour of Southwark Cathedral with Jackie Hall
A special close-up look at the Transport Museum’s poster collection and some of the artworks behind the posters.
 Starts at 11am
 
 Acton
2019-07-27
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Art and poster store tours

More London events on Saturday 27th July

Top events in London on Sun 28th Jul 2019

Take part in a creative workshop, talk to our artists and production team, get a closer look at our set designs, and try conducting the City of London Sinfonia.
 12pm to 5pm
 
 Kensington
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Each open day will be individual to the station, but there will be a fire engine on display for everyone to have a good look at, and may be even get in!
 12pm to 4pm
 
 Streatham
2019-07-28
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Norbury fire station open day
Semi-regular days where they fire up a Victorian steam engine.
 12:30pm to 4:30pm
 
 South Tottenham
2019-07-28
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Open day at a Victorian steam pump
Discover the history of the building and climb the 135 stairs for the best view of Hackney.
 2pm to 4:30pm
 
 Hackney
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Monthly open day at a site of an important railway wildlife reserve.
 1pm to 5pm
 
 Forest Hill
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Revisit some of your favourites such as The Poddington Peas and Bodger & Badger, with special guests.
 3pm to 5pm
 
 Southwark
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90s Kids’ Shows
£5.00
Annual chance to go down inside a Victorian Ice Well.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Islington
2019-07-28
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Ice Sunday
A monthly open day at a quirky transport museum housed in an old water pumping building.
 10am to 4pm
 
 Enfield Town
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Monthly open day at a Transport Museum
Paul Baker describes Polari's linguistic nuts and bolts, explores the ways it was spoken and tells of its unlikely re-emergence in the twenty-first century.
 3pm to 4:30pm
 
 Holborn
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2019-07-28
Fabulosa! The Story of Polari, Britain’s Secret Gay Language

More London events on Sunday 28th July

Tuesday 30th July

An evening of cultural insight, top travel tips and Japanese whisky tasting.
 7pm to 8:15pm
 
 Soho
Be More Japan: The Art of Japanese Living

More London events on Tuesday 30th July

Wednesday 31st July

Theodore Gin's brand ambassador will take guests through a journey of different scents and explain the many links between perfume and gin.
 6:30pm to 7:45pm
 
 City of London
Perfume & Cocktails
Mark the 50th anniversary of Armstrong and Aldrin’s famous first steps on the Moon with a special Space Lates.
 6:45pm to 10pm
 
 South Kensington
A panel debate about why people believe the moon landing conspiracy theories.
 7:30pm to 9pm
 
 South Kensington

More London events on Wednesday 31st July

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