London’s Culture Crush: What To See, Do And Experience In July

From a streaming of the Jodie Comer sell-out play to a Pride brunch, here’s what to see and do in London this month.

Watch Prima Facie at The Soho Hotel: On Thursday 21st July at 7pm there will be a streaming of the sell-out Jodie Comer play, Prima Facie at The Soho Hotel. Along with the live screening, guests can also expect a two-course meal and cocktails from Refuel Bar & Restaurant (available pre-screening and post-screening).

Address: The Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews, London, W1D 3DH


Brunch at Berners Tavern: The London EDITION is back with its annual Pride brunch, in support of The Albert Kennedy Trust and Switchboard at the Berners Tavern tomorrow. Hosted by Henry Holland, guests will be treated to performances from international drag superstars Symone and Gigi Goode and the LA-based collective, the House of Avalon, as well as live music, a charity raffle and special guest appearances. There are also two sittings at 11.30am and 2.30pm to share the love!

Address: Berners Tavern at The London EDITION, 10 Berners Street, W1T 3NP


Take in a gig at Somerset House: The ever-so-popular Somerset House Summer Series is back with a bang this year with a lineup that hits all the high notes. Hosted in the splendor of the courtyard, there are eleven nights of open-air gigs featuring inspiring artists, from Tems to Mabel and big hitter, John Legend.

Address: Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA


Visit the Sotheby’s restaurant to mark the Jubilee: Chatsworth Estate has taken over Sotheby’s restaurant for the Jubilee — expect a completely new restaurant menu inspired by Chatsworth’s farm shop and estate produce, as well as a pop-up of Chatsworth’s products in their 1&2 café.

The collaboration perfectly taps into the popularity of farm-to-table dining, whilst also nodding to the celebrations around The Queen’s 70th year and British heritage – the Devonshires, who reside at Chatsworth House, have a decades-long link to the royals,

Working together with the Chatsworth team, chef Myles Fensom has put together a whole host of British dishes for breakfast and lunch – from Chatsworth Gin Cured Salmon to Estate-reared Lamb Barnsley Chop, and Bakewell Tart. A selection of Chatsworth Estate cheese includes produce from Hartington Creamery, the only Derbyshire stilton creamery, originally established by the 8th Duke of Devonshire in the 1870s. And, this is all washed down with a quaffable Chatsworth gin cocktail that is made from botanicals sourced from around the Chatsworth estate with the help of the Head Gardener.

Address: Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond St, London, W1A 2AA


Dine in a glass pod: These dining pods in London have been all the rage in recent years, and so, cue The Glass Rooms – a new pop-up located along London’s riverbank. Expect a collection of 12 glass pods that don panoramic views of the River Thames, Tower Bridge, The Shard and The Tower of London.

Address: The Tower of London, The East Gate, EC3N 4AB


Visit a summer terrace: Rosewood London’s brand new summer terrace has been launched in partnership with Patrón tequila, La Veranda by Patrón is the perfect hideaway for hitting those delicious tequila cocktails. Expect al fresco dining and drinking, from brunch through to dinner with tastes of Mexico that include tableside guacamole, quesadillas, and handmade tacos to top it off.

Address: Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN

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