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Masterpiece London is the unmissable art fair where visitors can view and buy the finest works of art, design, furniture and jewellery - from antiquity to the present day. The fair offers an unparalleled opportunity for new and established collectors to discover exceptional works for sale, from international exhibitors spanning every major market discipline.

Photo courtesy of Masterpiece Art Fair


Spanning iconic mid-20th century to contemporary creatives through photographs, textiles, music and the visual arts, Africa Fashion will explore the vitality and global impact of a fashion scene as dynamic and varied as the continent itself.

Mbeuk Idourrou collection, Imane Ayissi, Autumn/Winter 2019, Paris, France. Photo: Fabrice Malard / Courtesy of Imane Ayissi


4th - 9th July, Pentreath & Hall

Tat is popping up again! We will be relocating to Pentreath & Hall's next-door shop for one week. All very exciting, if you have a moment I'd strongly suggest a visit, we will have lots of new pieces


15 Poland St, London W1F 8QE

Marc Summers, founder of Bubala, the critically-acclaimed Middle Eastern restaurant, is thrilled to confirm that his second restaurant on Soho’s Poland Street will open on Monday 11 July. Bubala, which first launched in Spitalfields in 2019 following a string of successful pop ups and supper clubs, has garnered fans across the capital.

Photo courtesy of BUBALA


'In ONE MRIA we believe that Ukrainians deserve to be recognised not only for courage and resilience but also for creativity, style and ingenuity. This is

why we are hosting a space to showcase Ukrainian fashion brands in London.

Each brand has its unique identity, inspiring story and a shared commitment to exquisitely crafted, high-quality products. Although our designers had continued production at high personal risk, their inspiration towards creating beauty prevailed over everything else.

Their bravery inspired us to build ONE MRIA. The talent must survive and prosper. We all must do what we can to ensure that. The brands participating in the first event in London include LIKOVSKAYA, GUZEMA, Kachorovska, The Coat, SIX, Atelier Handmade, T. Mosca, Katerina Kvit, Hempful, Jewelry Lab, Poche and Arutiunova .'


Richard Batterham (1936-2021) was one of the most revered potters of his time. This display presents a unique collection of pots, selected with Richard from his archive, tracing his exploration of form and uncompromising dedication to pottery.

Photo courtesy of Jon Stokes


Book your diary! The 47th Soho Village Fete takes place on Sunday 10 July, 12- 6pm in St Anne’s Gardens, Wardour Street, Soho W1D 6LB.

6 hours of Live entertainment on stage and much more including;

12.30pm Spaghetti Eating Competition

1pm The Soho Dog Show!

2pm Soho Police vs. Soho Fire Tug of War

3.15pm The Soho Waiters Race starting outside The French House Pub

The Human Fruit Machine - All afternoon!

Snail Racing All Afternoon

A fabulous Soho Raffle

Photo courtesy of The Soho Village Fete


Alex Eagle Presents 'Summer Exhibition Bright Young Things'

8th July - 11th September

Showcasing twenty young British based artists at the Alex Eagle flagship store on Lexington Street.


After forty successful years running ‘Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park’, the Sunbury Antiques team launched our exciting new venture ‘Sandown Antiques Home & Interiors Fair’ to run in conjunction with and complement our existing business at Kempton Park.

Photo courtesy of Sandown Antiques



14-17 July

Returning in July, the Festival of the Garden will host pioneering gardeners, designers, writers, artists, horticulturalists and activists. This year's Festival will explore the connection with the land, and the line between wilderness and cultivation, landscapes and gardens. Join regenerative grower, forager and cook, Poppy Okotcha, landscape designer Tom Stuart-Smith and plantsman, Piet Oudolf, among many other brilliant guests bringing conversations, demonstrations and performances.

Photo courtesy of Charleston


12th and 26th July

Source antique, vintage and reclaimed furniture and homeware at Kempton Antiques market this July. The bi-monthly antiques fair hosts over 700 stalls selling a vast range of goods at Kempton Racecourse.

Photo courtesy of Kempton Antiques Market


2 July

Commemorating 50 years since the first Pride took place in the UK, this year's Pride Parade in London will be a significant one. Taking place on 2 July, Pride in London is the UK biggest, most diverse Pride. Join the parade and donate to help fund the vital work of the Unity Fund.

Photo courtesy of Hollabox


Royal Academy of Arts

14 July - 16 October

With the RA Summer Exhibition underway, turn your day out into a two-part and view the Milton Avery exhibition. Worshipped by abstract expressionists Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman, Avery expressed his vision of the world through harmonious colour and simplified forms.


Glynde Place, East Sussex

1 - 3 July

Festival season is upon us and if you're on the look out for a great jazz festival, then Love Supreme might be for you. Set in the picturesque South Downs, the line up includes Erykah Badu, Gregory Porter, TLC and Tom Misch.

Photo courtesy of Love Supreme Jazz Festival


4 - 9 July

Hosted at the Hampton Court Palace in East Molesey, the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival will host a huge variety of gardens designed to wow with innovative ideas, beautiful plants and detailed landscaping.

Photo courtesy of Hampton Court Flower Show


Make sure to book!

So, technically Chishuru aren't new... They opened their doors in Brixton in August 2020 and have been a great addition to Market Row. Serving contemporary and delicious West African food with a foundation of age-old recipes and techniques, Chishuru offer a set menu only. Make sure to book ahead!

Photo courtesy of Chishuru


Every Sunday

Running every Sunday from Harris Academy in Battersea, this boot sale is a fun afternoon out. Renowned for being incredibly busy, Battersea Boot is the original Sunday afternoon car boot sale in London.

Photo courtesy of Battersea Boot


Where The Crawdads Sing

In Cinemas 19 July

Based on the bestselling debut novel by Delia Owens, Where The Crawdads Sing will be released into cinemas on 19 July. Starring Normal People's Daisy Edgar-Jones as the lead, Kya, this much anticipated film is produced by Reese Witherspoon and features an original song by Taylor Swift.

Photo courtesy of Michele K. Short/Michele K Short


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