Eye on London - What not to miss this June in London
- Monday June 5th 2017
London from the inside Monday 5th - Sunday 11th June 2017
The Romans called June ‘Junius’, thought to either be named after Juno, the God of marriage, or ‘juniores’ being young (and May - ‘maiores -’ being old). No month starts with the same day of the week as June in any year. It’s National Smile Month in the UK, so remember - better to be the one that smiled first than the one that didn’t smile back!
WHERE TO …… IN JUNE
On 18th June take the guided Deptford Creek Low Tide Walk and see the river and it’s wildlife from a totally different perspective.
Australian DJ and mum of two, Monski Mouse, presents Baby Disco Dance Hall - the best under 5’s dance party around at the London Wonderground. Nobody puts baby in the corner.
Across the weekend of 10th and 11th June, top London restaurants like Barrafina and Meatliquor take to St Anne’s Gardens to support Soho Parish Primary School with the seventh Soho Food Feast.
The Underbelly Festival is the place to be to laugh your flip flops off in June. Lots of top comedy shows including the Best of the Comedy Store.
‘The Red Turtle’ is showing at the BFI Southbank - a man is shipwrecked on a beautiful deserted island in this dialogue-free animation from Studio Ghibli.
Vintage Vauxhall takes place on the second Sunday of every month with retro, vintage and antiques at The Workshop in Vauxhall.
The Stone Roses play Wembley Stadium on 17th June.
YOUR JUNE DIARY
Dulwich Picture Gallery is celebrating 200 years of art with a collection of themed evenings that you can view with cocktail in hand.
4th - 7th June
Celebrating the creativity and work of students and graduates in fashion. Future talent from universities around the world.
5th - 11th June
Grab a ticket to 100 of London’s best wine bars serving up flights of wine for a fiver and food pairings.
On 10th June thousands of fully and semi-nude cyclists will ride through the streets of London to “highlight the vulnerability of cyclists as well as the unique dangers they face, and promote healthy body image”.
14th - 18th June
Five days of eating, drinking and live entertainment in Regent’s Park.
Until 17th June
The New York artist exhibits seven vibrant, volumetric sculptures and a selection of recent works on paper.
The Trooping of the Colour has taken place for two centuries to celebrate the monarch’s official birthday. The Queen will be in attendance.
Starts on 23rd June
London’s leading free festival for outdoor performing arts, celebrating diversity.
Experience Chinese culture (lion dancing, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, food…) and watch the racing at the London Regatta Centre.