[Photo: Stewart Marsden]
June’s arrived, and it’s brought the loveliest list of fun with it. This month sees the return of Wimbledon, The Royal Academy Summer Show, 32 Londoners and the Festival of Love. Heaps of ace parties are also lined up including Mister Sunday at Oval Space and Fleetmac Wood. Delicious dining experiences come in the form of dockside diners, pineapple-infused cocktail bars on the South Bank and streetfood stalls in a spruced up Shoreditch car park. Here’s everything you need to know about June!
THINGS TO DO
Jun 2-20: The Tuareg and A History of the Sahara The Tuareg are nomadic people of Mali and Niger whose history goes back over a thousand years. They live in extreme conditions in the Sahara and have a rich culture of poetry, ballads and distinctive dress. This exhibition of photography, letters, drawings, maps, music and poetry is a rare chance to learn more about the ‘blue men of the desert’, their traditions, and the way they see themselves today.
Jun 2, 15, 24: The Workbench Carve out your own piece of unique jewellery at this seriously fun craft night from design labels, Crux London and Kirstie MacLaren. On June 2, guests can learn how to create a silver pendant from jewellers wax, while the other two dates focus on creating silver rings.
Jun 4: WMG Late: All Blues Experience the Gallery after-hours at this monthly event where visitors can take a closer look at special exhibitions and enjoy fun craft activities into the evening. June’s event is inspired by the work of artist in residence, Lucille Junkere whose practice explores the history of indigo dye.
Jun 5-Jul 17: Sunset Safari at ZSL London Zoo Those of you who wish your everyday tasks involved more exotic creatures are in for a furry, feathery treat this summer. London Zoo is inviting us all to join its inhabitants for their evening meal and to find out more about animal bedtimes.
Jun 5: 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo concert It’s been 200 years since Napolean was defeated in the Battle of Waterloo, and this commemorative concert will bring some of the excitement and drama of the big event to the stage of the Royal Albert Hall.
Jun 6-Aug 31: Festival of Love at the Southbank Centre The Southbank Centre’s having quite the love-in this summer with the return of their Festival of Love – two months’ worth of installations, activities, pop-ups and performances that celebrate humankind’s most overwhelming emotion.
Jun 6-7: Nordicana Scandiphiles and Nordic Noir lovers: prepare yourselves for Nordicana, a two-day celebration of gripping crime dramas from northern Europe.
Jun 6: Jupiter London Nocturne International riding stars headline at this annual cycling event, with races around Smithfield Market and family entertainment throughout the day. Alongside the impressive speed races are some more niche cycling talent pools: penny farthing and folding bike races would never pop up at the Olympics.
Jun 7: Color Run in Wembley Park We can’t help but imagine that having powdered paint showering over you as you take on a five-kilometre run must make things a lot slower, but for this particular race that simply doesn’t matter. Participants in ‘the happiest 5k on the planet’ aren’t expected to break any world records, because having a brilliant time is way higher on the agenda.
Jun 11: 32 Londoners In June, the Eye will see the return of 32 Londoners, a one-night-only programme of talks curated by A Curious Invitation and Antique Beat. First introduced in 2014, it sees each of the pods become a gently rotating lecture theatre with a brilliant view of the capital.
Jun 13 and 14 2015: Open Garden Squares Weekend 2015 In 2015 more than 200 gardens not ordinarily open to the public will unlock their gates for a weekend to take part in this annual event, held in association with the National Trust.
Jun 13: Trooping the Colour Although Trooping the Colour is also known as the Queen’s Birthday Parade, this prime piece of pageantry doesn’t take place on Her Maj’s actual birthday (that’s on April 21) but on her official birthday, a Saturday in June being more likely to provide decent weather for the proceedings.
Jun 13: London Naked Bike Ride This protest against oil dependency and the way the cult of the car dominates contemporary life is also an unfettered celebration of individuality of the human body. Many of the 1000 plus people expected to turn out will opt to bike in the buff, though full nudity is optional; the dress code is ‘as bare as you dare’.
Jun 14: Cally Festival Thousands of people are expected to attend the 2015 edition of this annual one-day festival which sees the Caledonian Road closed to traffic and filled with entertainment. The main stage will host performances from local talent, Story Street will be home to poetry and spoken word, a Caribbean party and soundsystem will pop up on Lyon Street and the Arty Block Party is your chance to get creative.
Jun 14 and 21: 19 Princelet Street the Museum of Immigration The building is only open to the public a few times a year, and the first two openings in 2015 mark Refugee Week. Explore the tiny east end home in which a group of French immigrants became London citizens and find out more about the aspects of their culture which have influenced the Spitalfields area over the centuries, most notably weaving.
Jun 17-21: Taste of London in Regent’s Park Big names on the line-up of chefs who’ll be doing talks and demonstrations include Marcus Wareing, Monica Galetti, Atul Kochar and Nuno Mendes. Taster portions will be available from high profile London eateries such as The Clove Club, Ember Yard, Duck & Waffle and Roka.
Jun 19-21: Bow Arts Open Studios The Bow Arts annual open studios welcomes the public into the work spaces of over 150 artists and designers who share the complex, amping up the fun with pop-up bars, local street food, live music and a designer-maker market.
Jun 19: Space Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall Combining classical music and tip-top technology, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Inglis present an exploration of music from deep, dark space. The evening will include scores from Holst and Strauss and music from ‘Star Trek’, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ and ‘Thunderbirds’.
Jun 20-28: Open Buildings at Croydon Heritage Festival Over 100 events take place across the south London town at the 2015 edition of the Croydon Heritage Festival. This year’s theme is ‘famous Croydon’ meaning many events link back to the iconic faces associated with the area.
Jun 21: International Yoga Day with Tara Yoga Centre in Shoreditch Park Benefit from free yoga activities and meditation at this outdoor event which encourages as many people as possible to try out the discipline. Highlights include a ‘laughter yoga’ session, vegetarian food workshop, live music and yoga for kids.
Jun 21: Grand Medieval Joust at Eltham Palace Little ones (and maybe Monty Python fans) will love a day out at Eltham Palace over this weekend, cheering on knights as they take part in a medieval joust. To stop things from getting too scary there’s entertainment from a jester, and visitors can get a taste of medieval life in the colourful encampments.
Jun 21: Steam & Ale at the London Museum of Water and Steam Take your dad to view some truly manly machinery on Father’s Day at the London Museum of Water and Steam, who will be operating their engines and the Waterworks Railway. Local brewery Twickenham Ales will be providing beer tasters, so the trains won’t be the only things letting off steam.
Jun 22-Jul 10: City of London Festival Another packed line-up of music, comedy, dance, spoken word and street performance will make up The City of London Festival’s 53rd edition. Many of the events are free, though we recommend reserving your place in advance where possible.
Jun 25: Opening in Westfield: KidZania Already a success in nearly two dozen other countries around the world, Kidzania is a huge kids-only attraction which allows visitors to take on real-life role play activities and career paths which just happen to teach them important life skills along the way.
Jun 28: Friday Late at the V&A – Art is Good for You An evening of themed talks, performances, music, food and special installations at the grand museum. You can treat yourself to drinks from the on-site bars as you explore the current exhibitions and take part in special events. June’s event looks at how art and design can empower and transform with an evening of participatory activities.
Jun 26: Create and make: Gamer animation at the Design Museum Technology Will Save Us host this fun introduction to their DIY Gamer Kits at the Design Museum’s monthly drop-in workshops. Kids can learn how to create their own moving image by combining flicker book techniques and digital technology before heading up to see the Designs of the Year exhibition in which TWSU are nominated.
Jun 28: 20th London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2015 This event features 40 teams of people racing dragons down a river. Actually, they’re not real dragons. But, once you’re caught up in the thrill of the competition, the contest does have a certain magic. 2015 is the event’s twentieth year, so you can expect the celebrations to be even bigger and bolder than usual.
Jun 29-Jul 12: Wimbledon Tennis Championships Whether you’re a legitimate tennis fan or just in it for the Pimm’s and oh-so-toned players, Wimbledon Tennis Championships are once again upon us and it’s time to get excited.
Jun 29-Jul 12: Great British Summer Wimbledon Screenings If you missed out on Wimbledon tickets yet again, can’t be bothered queuing for hours to sit on Murray Mount, but fancy experiencing the tennis action as part of an ooohing and ahhhing crowd, this could be just the thing. These retro caravans fitted out with screens will be parked at various outdoor locations in the city, with complimentary deck chairs to lounge in.
Jun 30-Jul 5: Hampton Court Flower Show Hot on the heels of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show, this high-summer event takes place over 34 acres in the spectacular grounds of Hampton Court Palace and features world-class gardens as well as marquees showcasing work by some of the country’s leading designers and nurseries.
Cîroc at London Riviera
Les 110 de Taillevent Taillevent, one of the most august restaurants in Paris (and holder of two Michelin stars), is opening a London branch of its less formal and very successful brasserie-style venue. But will the magic work in London?
Morden & Lea A new restaurant and bar from Mark Sargeant, ex-Gordon Ramsay and currently proprietor of Plum & Spilt Milk among other restaurants, is opening on the site that used to house the enormous Chinese restaurant Chuen Cheng Ku.
Smith & Wollensky The high-end New York chain of steakhouses is opening its first steakhouse outside the US. Expect shellfish to feature prominently among the starters, and beef from the US, UK and Ireland on the meaty menu.
Café Murano A second branch of Angela Hartnett’s growing chain, this time in Covent Garden. There will be a set menu served at lunch and pre- and post-theatre as well as a fairly short à la carte menu.
Chutney Mary After 25 years in Fulham, this ground-breaking Indian restaurant is relocating to St James’s, occupying the site formerly occupied by the flagship branch of the Wheeler’s fish-and-shellfish chain.
The Prawnographer This summer Old Street Roundabout is being transformed into a bustling food quarter. Created by Burger Bear AKA Tom Reaney, the roundabout will host a variety of food vendors including Prawnography who will be selling their seafood menu from a traditional fisherman’s hut.
Summer Brewfest It’s a weekend festival with London breweries and food carts, under an arch of course. Not all of the breweries are confirmed yet. It’s another craft beer festival, but this one has a big outdoor bit that might make it nicer if it’s sunny. That area is always busy at the weekends.
Rooftop Garden at The Culpeper in Spitalfields The ‘seasonal and local food’ mantra is taken to silly heights at this gastropub in the heart of London’s East End, where salad leaves and some herbs for the kitchen are grown in planters on the roof garden.
Jun 1-Oct 31: Cîroc at London Riviera Celebrate the king of the fruits at this five month pop-up inspired by the tropical spirit of Cuba and the prickly pineapple. Visitors to the south bank can enjoy fruit infused drinks and a seasonal menu taking influences from eastern Mediterranean street food.
Jun 3-7: Streatham Food Festival A long weekend of eating and food events to celebrate all the edible excellence SW16 has to offer. The Streatham Food Tour, an indecisive eater’s dream, allows you to stop off in as many of the 31 participating restaurants you can manage to try a taster of their signature dish, then rate it on a specially-designed map.
Jun 13-14: Junipalooza Three days of celebrating gin with immersive installations, music, and of course, bucket loads of great booze.
Jun 13-Sep 19: Doodle’s Dockside Diner The Doodle Bar’s waterside terrace will host a variety of special lunches from the Grub Club roster this summer, with live blues, Cajun and gypsy jazz music to add to the atmosphere and illustrators capturing the spirit of each event on paper.
Jun 19-Sep 26: Street Feast Dinerama Street Feast are turning an old car park in Shoreditch into a street food mecca in 2015, featuring 15 different food vendors, six bars and space for up to 1,000 hungry visitors. Most details are yet to be confirmed, but it will be open during the day Friday-Sunday as well as in the evening Wednesday-Saturday, launching on June 19.
Jun 4-Sep 27: Secret Cinema Yep, the folks behind London’s best pop-up cinema experience are back this summer with what promises to be their biggest bash yet: a series of interactive screenings of the first (and best-loved) ‘Star Wars’ sequel, ‘The Empire Strikes Back’.
Jun 4: Sci-fi London: ‘Hardware’ 25th Anniversary Celebrate a low-budget British horror classic, as composer Simon Boswell celebrates the DIY magic of Richard Stanley’s full-throttle feature debut, ‘Hardware’.
Jun 5: Marilyn Monroe season: ‘Clash by Night’ The BFI’s month-long tribute to the greatest movie star of them all kicks off with Marilyn’s first major role, in this adaptation of Clifford Odets’ play, a hoary slice of Broadway neo-realism in the Arthur Miller vein.
Opens Jun 5: Spy Melissa McCarthy goes undercover for the CIA in a hilarious new comedy from the team behind Bridesmaids and The Heat.
Opens Jun 12: Jurassic World They’re back and 20 years after the original, the dinosaurs are genetically modified. 12 June
Opens Jun 12: London Road Rufus Norris directs the film of the hit National Theatre play about the residents of a street in Norfolk near where 5 prostitutes were murdered in 2006.
Jun 2-Aug 30: Heartbreak Hotel A new immersive theatrical experience arrives at The Jetty out on the Greenwich Peninsula. Zebedee Productions invite you to check into ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ – a dilapidated hotel for lost souls where audiences are taken on a journey to explore what it means to be heartbroken.
Jun 2-20: This Is How We Die Chris Brett Bailey’s new work is an extraordinarily visceral piece of performance, a blackly hilarious, unabashedly Kerouacian piece of funny, furious beat poetry about an absurdist road trip into America’s battered heart that suddenly, unexpectedly morphs into something totally different an obliterating roar of existential sound.
Jun 2-21: Beckett Festival We’re all going Beckett mad this spring. From June 2 to 21, the Barbican will be staging nine productions spanning much of Samuel Beckett’s career in its International Beckett Season.
Jun 2-Oct 24: Bend It Like Beckham A brand-new British musical based (yet again) on a hit film. This time it’s the turn of 2002 Brit-flick comedy ‘Bend It Like Beckham’ which marked Keira Knightley as a one-to-watch.
Jun 3-Jul 25: The Red Lion The new play from ‘Closer’ writer Patrick Marber is a dark comedy about a brilliant football player who comes from nowhere.
Jun 10-Jul 7: The Motherf**ker with the Hat Stephen Adly Guirgis’s play about love and addiction makes its UK premiere directed by Indhu Rubasingham.
Jun 10-Jul 11: An Audience with Jimmy Savile The man at the heart of one of the more shocking and deplorable scandals of recent times is the focus for this new play by Jonathan Maitland. Based on genuine interviews, transcripts and TV shows, the play explores the Jimmy Savile sex scandal.
Jun 10-Jul 18: Borough Market Summer Shorts Yet another load of plays staged in a market pops up over the summer with ‘Summer Shorts’, organised by Robin Linde Productions. From June 10th every Wednesday – Saturday between 11am and 5pm a 1960s caravan will rock up in Borough Market’s Market Hall where you can watch short plays along with ten other punters.
Jun 11-Jul 18: Hang Following her last Royal Court play ‘Truth and Reconciliation’ raw, poetic playwright Debbie Tucker Green returns to the Sloane Square new writing theatre with ‘Hang’.
Jun 19-Jul 11: The Seagull Anton Chekhov’s tragic masterpiece ‘The Seagull’ is staged at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in a new version by Torben Betts. Matthew Dunster directs the play, where guests at a country house assemble to watch a show in the open-air.
Jun 19-Aug 22: The Trial Rory Kinnear stars in this new adaptation of Franz Kafka’s novel about an eerie, powerful state that arrests him for no apparent reason.
Jun 20-21: West End Live It’s the initiative that makes the most expensive place in London to the cheapest. An annual outdoor extravaganza where casts of some of London’s best shows emerge blinking into the open-air for a weekend of free alfresco performances in Trafalgar Square.
Jun 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29: Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast RHLSTP – Richard Herring’s superb, interview-based podcast, recorded live in London – is back for another series. Guests for this run include Bob Mortimer, Louis Theroux, Johnny Vegas, Robert Webb and Limmy.
Jun 3 and 4: Josie Long – Cara Josephine Another chance to catch Long’s most personal show to date. An introspective stand-up show about break-ups, family and romantic ideals. It’s a triumph.
Jun 8 and 24-26: Rob Delaney – Meat The US Twitter supremo and ‘Catastrophe’ star is in London with his brutally honest, sometimes gross-out, but always heartfelt tales about his family life.
Jun 9-20: Tommy Tiernan – Out of the Whirlwind This multi-award winning Irish stand-up (he fills arenas in his home country) plays an intimate London run. A masterful storyteller.
Jun 20-Jul 5: Whose Line Is It Anyway?… Live Clive Anderson rounds up the old improv chums – including Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence and Brad Sherwood – for a live version of the legendary improvised TV show.
Jun 22-25: British Summer Time Midweek Comedy After Kylie packs away the last of her costumes, a bunch of comedians – including Jim Jefferies, Rich Hall, Ardal O’Hanlon, Katherine Ryan, Ed Byrne and Russell Kane – take over the Great Oak stage for four nights of open air comedy.
Jun 2-3: The Replacements The ultra-influential US indie rock group are back in action for the twenty-tens, with original members Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson backed by tight session players in the absence of the late Bob Stinson and the long-retired Chris Mars.
Jun 5: Nas Queensbridge, NY hip hop star Nas returns to our fair isle to perform his classic ‘Illmatic’ album. The record was released in 1994 but still sounds fresh and feisty even in today’s over-saturated hip hop climate.
Jun 6-7: Field Day Since 2007 Field Day has slowly become one of London’s very best music festivals, with a consistently excellent booking policy covering the world’s finest alternative acts. Ride, Caribou, Patti Smith, FKA Twigs, Mac DeMarco, Run The Jewels, Savages, Kindness, Owen Pallett, Chet Faker, Diiv, Hookworms, Madlib, Django Django + more are on the bill this year.
Jun 7: Run The Jewels ‘Watch The Throne’? Pah. Ye and Hova may have the star quality, but when alternative hip hop superstars Killer Mike and El-P bring their collaborative project to London you’ll know what’s really up. Their sound is a genuine meeting of minds: El-P’s menacing, thrillingly textured, vintage-influenced beats are as spot-on as ever, and both men contribute classy, vicious bars throughout.
Jun 10: Perfume Genius Supplementing gilded, affecting vocals with somnambulant piano lines and harmonies as fragile as butterfly wings, Perfume Genius (Mike Hadreas from Seattle) promises a magical live show with a pin-droppingly intimate atmosphere.
Jun 16: Of Monsters And Men After blowing up with a series of brassy folk-pop anthems in 2012, the Icelandic roof-raisers return to action this year with a new album ‘Beneath the Skin’. Expect a real celebration as the five-piece deploy their galloping drums, massive-sounding acoustic guitars, accordions and lots of bits where they shout ‘hey!’.
Jun 18-27: British Summer Time The annual mega-gig series returns to Hyde Park, with headliners including Blur, The Who, Taylor Swift and Kylie Minogue.
Jun 22, 24, 26-27: Fleetwood Mac The pop-rock titans return to London, with their most famous line-up back together again, to reel off their (many, many) classic hits.
June 24: Natalie Prass This Virginian singer-songwriter used to have a business making and selling clothes for dogs, but now she’s turned her hefty creative talent (and her birdlike voice) to some very nice, brassy indie soul. Admirers of the brilliant Matthew E White – a frequent Prass collaborator – will be enraptured.
Jun 24-25: Mogwai The post-rock demigods celebrate 20 years together with a two-night residency at the Roundhouse.
Jun 29: FFS (Franz Ferdinand/Sparks) No-one saw this one coming, but it makes a weird kind of sense: Franz Ferdinand have joined forces with Sparks for a joint record and tour as FFS.
Jun 4, 11, 18, 25: Bogan Bingo Think bingo is boring? So do this lot, which is why they created a brilliant, bizarre, boozy and unashamedly silly alternative. Two ‘Wayne’s World’-styled hosts throw serious shapes to the likes of Bon Jovi and ‘Eye of the Tiger’ while calling the numbers.
Jun 4-Aug 28: Summer Tales A pop-up party from the Night Tales crew, featuring cocktails, street food, DJs and a jungle theme.
Jun 5: Artwork Presents Art’s House One third of dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man, Artwork has also proven himself to be a solid, on-point solo selector through years of grafting behind the decks, and now he’s heading-up a series of day and night parties at Dalston Roof Park and The Nest.
Jun 6: Optimo: Until the Music Stops JD Twitch and JG Wilkes return to London for an extended set at the Village Underground which is one of three parties they have planned here during the year.
Jun 6-Jul 4: The Rhythm Parlour Get your beard trimmed while you soak up some disco bliss at monthly pop-up musical barber shop The Rhythm Parlour, set in Rye Wax Records in Peckham’s Bussey Building.
Jun 10-Jul 12: Kopparberg Urban Forest The pop-up, Scandinavian-themed musical forest that landed in Dalston last summer is back for 2015. Again hosted by cider manufacturer Kopparberg, this time the action takes place in Hackney Wick, but as before it still offers a packed programme of gigs and DJ sets, plus two bars and street food from Mama’s Jerk, Buffalo Joe and Le Bun.
Jun 12: Gloria’s London, prepare to get fabulous. London’s foremost, glitter-drenched party animals Sink The Pink are back with their wildest and most debauched creation yet, Gloria. Expect a prime party fuelled by the energy, eccentricity and ethos of Sink The Pink, and soundtracked by top disco, house and funk DJs.
Jun 13: Bangface Boat Party One of the few certain truths in dance music is that industrial strength rave crew Bangface know how to party. Thus, this pirate-themed boat bash from them hosted on party vessel The Dutch Master should be all kinds of ridiculous fun.
Jun 14: Mister Sunday An eclectic all-day Sunday party bursting with disco, house, pop, blues and everything in-between. This month, Justin Carter, one half of the New York DJ duo will be on the decks and finger-licking good food will be on offer from Mama’s Jerk Chicken Station.
Jun 18: Gospeloke Absolutely no prizes for guessing what this event is all about. That’s right, it’s a gospel music-focused karaoke night – ‘Think “Sister Act” meets a school assembly via “Top of the Pops”, say the organisers.
Jun 20: Buttoned Down Disco: Midsummer’s Eve Boat Party The rip-roaring indie disco climbs aboard moored party barge Tamesis Dock. Resident DJ Christian Laing spins the usual infectious blend of electro-rock and hip hop, plus indie-pop mash-up madness, peppered with cheesy hits and student party anthems.
Jun 20: Soundcrash Boat Party You think Duran Duran enjoyed lording it up on a boat in their ‘Rio’ video? You’ll have even more fun at this boat party thanks to top promotions team Soundcrash. Just swap yacht rock and sleazy visual metaphors for genre-masher DJ Vadim blasting out hip hop, reggae and breaks.
Jun 24: Fleetmac Wood Here at Time Out, we’re big fans of Fleetmac Wood – a project dedicated to disco-leaning Fleetwood Mac re-edits which gave birth to Psychemagik’s wonderful Crystal Vision rework of ‘Dreams’ – and we’re not the only ones. Since launching in 2012, the FW crew have taken their stardust-speckled parties to tons of festivals and even to Los Angeles, as well as playing lots of great London shows.
Jun 27: Videoke Inspired by a love of music videos (and pop ephemera in general), Videoke’s team of actors and dancers aim to recreate classic pop promos before your very eyes. As well as the performances (which spring up both on stage and around the venue), punters are able to have themselves placed on classic album covers (thanks to a green screen photobooth) and get made up like their favourite stars.
Until Aug 29: Turntables A pop-up party on a canalside Hackney Wick terrace, with DJs, street food vendors and cocktails.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Jun 5-Aug 2: Alex Frost -Property Guardian Flat Time House artist in residence, Alex Frost presents this exhibition consisting of new mixed media sculptures and drawings that use and manipulate motifs relating to the home and domesticity.
Jun 8-Aug 16: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition The annual open-submission exhibition combines works by established and unknown artists in all media, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and architecture.
Jun 9-Sep 13: Fighting History An exhibition focussed on the conflict, martyrdom and catastrophe found in history painting from the eighteenth century to the present day.
Jun 10-Sep 7: Carsten Höller The artist who put participation into art gets his first UK retrospective before the Hayward closes for renovation.
June 14: Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair Gavin Turk, Tracey Emin, Pam Hogg, Bob and Roberta Smith and Polly Morgan will be amongst the artists offering limited edition and one off creations from the boots of classic and vintage cars at this unique event.
Jun 19-Nov 1: Christina Broom: Soldiers and Suffragettes The life and work of the extraordinary female photographer is celebrated in this survey.
Jun 23-Oct 17: Serpentine Galleries Pavilion The task of transforming the lawn outside the Serpentine Gallery with a multi-purpose temporary Pavilion falls to the Spanish architectural duo SelgasCano. Their use of new technologies combined with nature conscious concepts will no doubt take inspiration from the gallery’s park location for the commission’s fifteenth anniversary.
Jun 24-Oct 25: Barbara Hepworth Tate Britain’s summer 2015 show looks to reassess the reputation of this sculptor who is forever associated with Cornwall.
Jun 27-Jul 26: Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening For it’s only European stop, Doug Aitken’s culturally explosive extravaganza of spontaneous artistic creation will take over the Barbican Centre for one month.