We promised that we wouldn’t mention the weather in another article, we just have to quickly say that yesterday we got sunburned. So before you read any further please remember to take care of your skin in this heat.
Now more to the point, we’ve searched all over to find some of the most unusual things you can do this summer in London. We will keep updating you on different events throughout the week.
Available until August 17th: Hot Tub Cinema (£30 per person)
3D movies have become so common in London that we need to take things one step further. Thanks to Hot Tub Cinema, you can relax in a hot tub while watching a great movie. This is an event that celebrates film in a fun and engaging way.
For more information visit: www.hottubcinema.com
Available until September 6th – King’s Cross Skate (£15)
Skate King’s Cross launched last week Friday and it will be in London for eight weeks only. Whether you want to enjoy a family day out of skating or disco night for your birthday or hen night, this may be just the right place for you.
Sun July 28th: Sumo Run (charity event)
Who says you can’t have a little [or maybe a lot] of fun while doing a run for charity? Well, if you want you can wobble or walk once you decide to do this 5km course in inflatable sumo suits. You’ll be raising money for Link Community Development, a charity helping to educate children in Africa.
For more information visit: www.sumorun.com
August 13 – 17th – The Great British Beer Festival
If you love your beer and cider then you may be happy read that this festival features over 700 real ales, ciders, perries and beers from around the world. There will be talks about what makes beer great and an opportunity to taste some of the drinks.
For more information visit: www.gbbf.org.uk