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What to do in London

August 2018

Cricket Season at Lord's

For those who are not familiar with cricket, Lord's Cricket Ground, commonly known simply as Lord's, is a cricket venue in St John's Wood, London, just across the road from the Danubius Hotel Regents Park. It is also home to the world's oldest sporting museum.

Every year, from May to September, Lord's hosts test matches, one-day internationals, some Middlesex home matches, MCC matches and some of Middlesex's home Twenty20 games.


Click here to view the full schedule for this year.


Nearest tube station: St. John's Wood on the Jubilee line.


Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Enjoy theatre and comedy under the stars at London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

With one of the largest auditoria in London, the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park is the oldest, professional, permanent outdoor theatre in Britain. It offers a range of theatre, music, comedy and film events each year from May to September.


Click here for more info and tickets.


Where: Inner Circle, Regent’s Park – NW1 4NR


Nearest tube station: Baker Street (Jubilee, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle line).

Frieze Sculpture at Regent’s Park (5th July – 8th October)

Explore a free sculpture garden as Frieze’s summer exhibition returns to Regent’s Park, just across the road from us.

This year, the exhibition brings together the work of 25 enviously talented artists, representing countries all over the world. UK favourites like Tracey Emin, Larry Achiampong, and Richard Woods have all chipped in a piece, and the sculptures range from giant penguins to holiday homes.


For a full list of works,please check the official website.


Admission: free


Nearest tube station: Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line).


Notting Hill  Carnival (26th and 27th August)

Join London’s biggest street party as the Notting Hill Carnival fills the streets of west London with Caribbean colours, music and flavours.

Celebrations include costume-clad Caribbean’s dancing to traditional reggae, meringue, calypso, rumba, and zouk music, and street vendors selling food/

Children’s Day: see young performers dancing and swirling through the streets to show off their elaborate costumes in the Children’s Day Parade; hear live music and enjoy delicious food stalls and family activities.


For more info, please visit the official website.


Admission: free.


Where: Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Grove, Westbourne Park and Kensal Road.


Nearest tube stations: Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle and District lines), Holland Park (Central line), Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park (Circle, Hammersmith and City Line).


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