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What to do in London

July 2019

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

See the world’s top international sides go head to head for the prestigious ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 title at two of London’s famous grounds, The Kia Oval and Lord’s (which is right on our doorstep).  


Alongside hosts England, reigning champions Australia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies make up the 10-team lineup.


If you're attending any of the Cricket World Cup matches at Lord's, check out these guide for essential information.


Regent's Park Open Air Theatre (16th May - 21st September 2019)


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 permanent outdoor theatre in Britain. It offers a range of theatre, music, comedy and film events each year from May to September.


What's on this year: "Evita", "Hansel and Gretel", "Our Town" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream".


Click here for more info and tickets.


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


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

Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park (3rd July - 6th October 2019)

London’s largest free display of outdoor art returns from 3 July to 6 October to Regent's Park (just across the road from us), featuring more than 20 international artists including Iván Argote, Jodie Carey, Ma Desheng, Tracey Emin, Leiko Ikemura,  Robert Indiana, Zak Ové and Tai-Jung Um.


More details can be found on the official website.


Admission: free


Nearest tube stations: Regent's Park (Bakerloo, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines) and Baker Street (Jubilee, Bakerloo, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines).


The British Museum "Manga" Exhibition (23 May – 26 August 2019)


Enter a graphic world where art and storytelling collide in the largest exhibition of manga ever to take place outside of Japan.


The exhibition will explore manga’s global appeal and cultural crossover, showcasing original Japanese manga and its influence across the globe, from anime to ‘cosplay’ dressing up.


Tickets can be purchased here.


Admission: Adults £19.50*, under 16s free.


Where: The British Museum.


Nearest tube stations: Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central lines), Holborn (Central and Piccadilly Lines) and Russell Square (Piccadilly Line).


Movies on the River (4th June - 3rd August 2019)


Watch a movie under the stars, on the top deck of a boat after a cruise along the River Thames!

Movies on the River, London’s first ever cinema on the Thames, returns to the capital for the third year.


Tickets can be purchased here.


Admission: from £29.


Nearest tube station: Tower Hill (District and Circle Lines)


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