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It’s June and the lockdown has finally started to lift, albeit tentatively. We can now picnic and sunbathe in the parks, and exercise outdoors as much as we like. Outdoor markets are starting to re-open and shops will be following suit. You can have BBQs in your garden (max parties of six though so keep those invites exclusive) and pubs are pouring takeaway pints. We’re still having to stay in most of the time but you can workout with your fave gyms at home, you can eat from restaurants and drink from bars thanks to the magic of delivery, and you can keep busy with cook-alongs and at-home kits. Welcome to the new normal.
There are so many things to do in London every day which is why London on the Inside is here to tell you about only the very best London events. Our filters let you see the best things to do in London today, this week, or even for the whole month, so you can see what’s on at the times that are important to you. We bring you the best of what is on in London, from strolls along the river to London bridge to the best London theatre, exhibitions and events. And for even more tips, you can browse our guides on the best London hotels, London bars, and the best London restaurants.

Looking for things to do in London this month? You’re in plenty of time to book tickets to the best events in London, from theatre shows to art exhibitions. Our guide below will show you all the best things to do in London this month and beyond so you can snap up tickets and get some dates in the diary. If you need to know what’s on in London TODAY, then don’t forget to check out our guide to the best things happening in London today, or if you’re just looking ahead to what’s on in London this week, then have a look at our guide to all the best things to do in London this week.

Secret Cinema is known for putting on epic immersive film screenings, which obviously now can’t be done under the lockdown rules, so now the team is turning it over to you with the new Secret Sofa series.

17th April - 5th June 2020

Beer52 is hosting virtual beer festival CyberFest 2 this June, complete with live-streamed tastings and Q&A sessions with brewers.

5th & 6th June 2020

Laura Marling is performing a spesh live solo concert from Union Chapel, featuring songs from her new album Song For Our Daughter.

6th June 2020

Sadly this year’s Junction 2 festival has been cancelled but you can still throw some shapes in your living room as the team is taking the fest online instead.

6th June 2020

Not content with dropping surprise single ‘Living In a Ghost Town’ whilst we’re all under lockdown, The Rolling Stones have launched weekly livestreaming series Extra Licks to keep us all entertained.

Until 7th June 2020

PinkNews is hosting a four-day digital Pride extravaganza at the beginning of June, livestreaming via their website, Twitter and Instagram.

4th - 7th June 2020

The National Theatre has launched the National Theatre at Home programme, streaming some its most popular productions for free on YouTube.

May & June 2020

The National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe have already launched a streaming service and now The Old Vic is following suit.

5th - 11th June 2020

Jacamo is teaming up with The Book of Man and CALM to host a series of live talks on men’s mental health, to support those who are struggling through lockdown.

22nd May - 12th June 2020

Shakespeare’s Globe is streaming some of its most iconic productions for free on the Globe Player. Each play will land fortnightly and be available to watch for free for those two weeks.

6th April - 28th June 2020

Whilst galleries and museums have been closed there have been a lot of online exhibitions but Fluorescent Smogg is taking things up a notch with The Dividing Line.

22nd May - 28th June 2020

A host of iconic past Glastonbury performances and documentaries will be aired on the BBC and on iPlayer to mark the festival’s 50th anniversary.

25th - 29th June 2020

Like the National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe, the Royal Opera House is streaming some of its most popular operas and ballets for free

May - July 2020

Popular musicals will be streaming online for free thanks to brand new YouTube channel The Shows Must Go On.

5th June 2020

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