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Your August Agenda

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What to do in the capital this month.

WATCH: SOMERSET HOUSE, FILM4 SUMMER SCREEN

The big screen returns at Somerset House! Films old and new are scheduled every evening from now until August 22nd, we recommend booking now to avoid missing out on your favourites. Sadly next Monday’s screening of Call Me By Your Name has already sold out. 

Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA somersethouse.org.uk

 

SWEAT: THIRD SPACE FESTIVAL, HATHA YOGA

Because you’ve probably done enough sweating due to the heatwave we’ve had hanging over us for the last month or so, take a more relaxing approach to exercise with Third Space’s Hatha Yoga classes. The free classes, a part of their Third Space Festival series are hosted outdoors at Tower Bridge every Thursday morning through August. Grab your Technical Knit and meet us there!

Third Space Festival, Tower Bridge thirdspace.london

 

GO: BANKSY, GREATEST HITS 2002 – 2008 

Don’t miss viewing the famed street artists work displayed together for the first time in the UK. The free exhibit by the Lazinc Sackville gallery in Mayfair shows everything from his well-known hits, the Tesco Value Cream of Tomato Soup’ is a favourite, to his lesser-known stencilled canvases.

Ends August 25th, Lazinc Sackville, 29 Sackville Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 3DX lazinc.com 

 

EAT: BOREALIS LONDON 

Open from breakfast through to dinner, Borealis is the new Scandinavian foodie destination from Danish-born restaurateur Soren Jessen. Positioned opposite Borough Station, the space includes a Borealis To Go, serving up coffee, pastries, salads and of course SMØRREBRØD for the time-pressed commuter.

Borealis London,180 Borough High St, London SE1 1LB borealislondon.co.uk