Saturday 30th August - Fusion Festival
The festival season may be coming to an end, but the party is still going on in Birmingham, where artists including Pitbull, Dizzee Rascal and The Vamps will be performing live.
For more information head to thefusionfestival.co.uk
Sunday 31st August - Afternoon tea in Kensington
Head to the Milestone Hotel for a charming afternoon tea and step back in time to a countryside manor during the 19th century, without leaving the modern amenities of a central London hotel. From delightful finger sandwiches to freshly baked scones and little desserts, enjoy a British tradition in style.
Monday 1 September – celebrate Hotel Chocolat's 10th birthday
Before the summer sunshine leaves for good, celebrate Hotel Chocolat's tenth birthday with a visit to Rabot 1745 in central London. The chic dining spot has an outdoor terrace overlooking Borough Market, and offers a cocoa-themed menu influenced from the brand's Saint Lucia plantation. Favourite dishes include cacao-marinated rib-eye steak and four-hour lamb pepperpot, finished off with a cacao lime sorbet or a gooseberry and chocolate fool. So what are you waiting for? Get into the West Indian party spirit with a cocoa-infused cocktail in hand, enjoyed out on the terrace, in the main restaurant or in the downstairs bar.
Visit hotelchocolat.com/uk/restaurants/locations/rabot-1745 for more.
Tuesday 2 September - RIBA Regent Street Exhibition
Get inspired ahead of London Fashion Week with the RIBA Regents Street Window project, where brands including Topshop and Aquascutum will be showcasing interactive displays. From 3D-scanned mannequins to optical illusions, enjoy a spot of window shopping with a difference.
The exhibition will run until the 21st September. For more information head to regentstreetonline.com
Wednesday 3 September - London Dungeon Summer Carnivale
For a thrilling Saturday, head over to the London Dungeons for their special Summer Carnivale, featuring 18 mesmerising shows with colourful characters. As well as a fortune teller and the intriguing Hall of Mirrors, there are also two rides for everyone to enjoy.
Thursday 4 September - The Crucible
Arthur Miller's classic play The Crucible exploring the Salem Witch Trials has been taking London's theatre scene by storm, directed by Yaël Farber. The play follows the citizens of Salem through witch trials, backstabbing and families trying to protect those they love. Make sure you get your ticket soon as the play's run ends on the 13 September.
For more information head to oldvictheatre.com