Friday 4th July
The Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, returns to the UK with Black Sabbath for this one-off dat as part of the annual British Summertime Festival in Hyde Park. We're not sure there will be any bats heads bitten off today but you never know...
Buy tickets at bst-hydepark.com/
To mark the arrival of indie-hit Chef from actor/director Jon Favreau, The Lounge at ODEON Whiteleys has announced a series of pop-up Cuban events this July – designed for food and film fans alike. Taking inspiration from the food featured in the film, there will be a bespoke menu including Cubano’s – Chef’s standout sandwich – alongside a selection of Cuban cocktails.
Tickets are available to purchase on ODEON’s website odeon.co.uk via the ODEON The Lounge booking line on 0871 224 4007 or by calling in at the box office.
One of the best known regatta's in the world, the Henley Royal Regatta is both one of the highlights of the summer sporting calendar and the social season. Watch over 200 races of an international standard, including Olympians and crews new to the event, as the sun sets over one of Britain's most spectacular views.
Visit hrr.co.uk for more information
One of the most critically acclaimed musicals of the last decade, The Book of Mormon won nine Tony Awards in 2011 and the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. An outraegous satire of religion and consumerism, The Book of Mormon has been a runaway success since coming to the West End in 2013.
Buy tickets here bookofmormonlondon.com/tickets.php
The Chelsea Riverside Brasserie is one of London's hidden gems, and this week they are launching their new Italian menu. A limited edition menu inspired by classic Italian cuisine, the Chelsea Riverside Brasserie hope to celebrate the summer al fresco experience in a one of a kind location overlooking the beautiful Chelsea Harbour.
Chelsea Riverside Brasserie, Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XG, call +44(0)20 7300 8443 for reservations
Wednesday 9th July
Martin Freeman steps into one of Shakespeare's most formidable plays, the historic drama Richard III, with a twist this summer. Set in the 1970s, director Jamie Lloyd's take on the bloody play is far from traditional, taking creative licence with some of the scenes - including placing the beheading scenes on stage rather than off.
Richard III runs until 27 September. Visit trafalgartransformed.com/ for more information.
Thursday 10 July
Running from 30 June to the 31 July, the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival will be full of all sorts of delicious treats during a month-long celebration of everything gastronomic. Events include a coffee masterclass, a cocktail masterclass, an expansion of the weekly food festival, and a Chateau Marmot pop-up.
Visit wearewaterloo.co.uk/foodfestival for more information.