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And just like that, half the year has gone. It’s July and this is the big moment that the lockdown lifts again, with bars, pubs, restaurants, rooftops, cinemas and galleries starting to open once more. We’re still staying outdoors as much as possible, BBQing in the garden, picnicking in the park, and it’s gonna be the summer of the drive-in cinema. If you’re not ready to rush back out again, don’t worry because the food deliveries and at-home kits will keep coming. It’s also Plastic Free July, so we’ll be highlighting lots of ways to cut down on plastic waste. 
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.

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

10th July 2020

Hackney Flea Market is setting up shop once again over on Church Street in Stoke Newington with 20th century furniture, salvaged French homeware, textiles, records, bric-a-brac, and more

11th & 12th July 2020

Another day, another drive-in cinema…Sunset Cinema is also coming to town, pulling into Acton this July.

4th - 19th July 2020

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

June & July 2020

More than 100 photographers from around the world have come together to help fight racism by contributing to a print sale to raise money for Black British charities

Until 24th July 2020

After hosting online sales during lockdown, the Independent Ceramics Market is going IRL once more and returning to Abney Hall in Stokey.

25th July 2020

Second Home is helping philanthropist, environmental activist, actress and model Lily Cole to launch her new book Who Cares Wins by hosting a discussion between Lily and Wired UK founding editor David Rowan

30th July 2020

Long time popper-uppers AngloThai will be taking over Newcomer Wines in Dalston, running every Friday and Saturday throughout July.

July 2020

Tom Kerridge and the Pub in the Park team are getting in on the drive-in cinema action with Drive & Dine Theatre

28th July - 2nd August 2020

The Royal Academy is exploring Picasso’s use of paper in this exhibition, featuring expressive drawings, collage, sketchbooks, and more

9th July - 2nd August 2020

Through film and photography this exhibition at the Barbican is exploring the construct and performance of masculinity from the ’60s to the present day.

13th July - 23rd August 2020

The team behind the weekly Sunday farmers market in Queens Park is launching a late version, running every Friday night.


If you don’t have a set of wheels, you can still get in on the movie action this summer thanks to Free Range Film Club

29th July - 30th August 2020

This major retrospective of Andy Warhol’s work at the Tate Modern is the gallery’s first exhibition on the artist for more than 20 years.

27th July - 6th September 2020

Somerset House is going mushroom mad with an exhibition dedicated to fungi. Works from over 40 artists will be on display.

16th July - 13th September 2020

This exhibition at Tate Britain is the largest show of Aubrey Beardsley’s work for 50 years. Over 200 pieces of his will be on display.

27th July - 20th September 2020

The six Titian paintings that make up his series based on classical myths are being shown together for the first time in over 400 years

8th July 2020 - 17th January 2020

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