It’s coming home… we hope. Even if you aren’t a football fan, you can’t fail to have been caught up in the excitement this week.

Sport dominates July. Tennis at Wimbledon, the Olympics, Rugby Lions tour, International cricket and World Cup football finals. Yet, I have found so much more to tempt you this month. Here’s my July Super Seven;


Buckingham Palace Gardens : The Queen’s gardens are open for the first time to the public. Plan the perfect day out with a walk around London’s largest private garden, and be sure to grab a Royal ice cream – they are truly  delicious! 


Taste of London in Regent’s Park is back 7-11 July : If you are a foodie like me, this is for you. Tastings, masterclasses, workshops and experiences with some of the best culinary names out there. There is something for everyone, but buy a ticket quickly as numbers will be restricted.


Dodge at Somerset House : Summer fun is bumping at Somerset House with this new colourful installation. Colourful dodgems are part of this summer installation. So if you are into the DJ Lates, or fancy a Bump and Brunch, don’t dodge getting a ticket, they will go, go, go.


Prince Philip | A Celebration at Windsor Castle until 20 September 2021 : A visit to Windsor Castle is always a highlight. It is the most beautiful working castle, with stunning art, incredible history and now included in your ticket is this special exhibition. It celebrates the remarkable life and legacy of the longest-serving consort. Have a look at our Day Out in Windsor for all the tips.


Formula E Championships London 24-25 July at Excel. The World Championship returns to London with 24 drivers as they go head-to-head in the new East London location.


JR | The Chronicles at The Saatchi Gallery. This incredible artist took over Tower Bridge last month, now head to the Saatchi Gallery and discover what makes him tick and learn why and how he has the largest art gallery in the world. 



Julian Opie at Pitzhanger Manor has opened a new and charming exhibition. Well worth catching before a walk in the beautiful Walpole Park next door.

Sculpture in the City : Wander around the city and enjoy over 18 works by different artists. Free. Download SITC map.

Kensington & Chelsea Art Week : Look out for the Art Guide that is scattered around the area until 4 July. Download KCAW map

Bridget Riley Past into Present at David Zwirner Gallery. 

The Other Art Fair 1-4 July at King’s Cross : A great platform for emerging artists and is sponsored by Saatchi Art.

Alexandra Palace Artist Walk: 25 local artists, sculptures, photographers make up the new Artist’s Walk for 2021. July – 30 September.


BBC Proms 30 July – 11 September. Keep an eye out for the next release of tickets. 

Crazy Coq’s at Brasserie Zedel have just released their new line-up for September & October. Book early to avoid disappointment 

Harry Potter Photographic exhibition : This new exhibition opens 12 July in Covent Garden for all those excited wizards. There is over 10 years of filmmaking imagery, including London’s only Bottled Butterbeer Bar. The exhibition is next door to Balthazar.