1. See Theatre Outdoors

There are plenty of open-air theatre shows  performing around London this summer so you can enjoy a balmy summers evening. Catch things on at Regent Park's Open Air Theatre, Fulham Palace, Holland Park, St Pauls Church and many more.

2. The Camden Fringe Festival 

If you can't make it all the way up to bonny Edinburgh, remember that you've got your own Fringe Festival right here in London! The Camden Fringe runs until the 28th August so plenty of time to catch some great shows at great prices.

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3. Dame Sian Phillips Masterclass

Legendary actress Dame Sian Phillips will be in conversation with Geoff Colman, Head of Acting at Central School of  Speech & Drama on Tuesday 30th Aug at Theatre Royal Haymarket. They will talk about  Sian’s extensive onstage, film and  television career and there will be an opportunity for questions!

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4. Cheer on Team GB at Olympic Park's Fanzone

We all wish we were in Rio but the Olympic Park has done its best and brought a beach to East London! Enjoy the beach, a pool and various bars as you cheer on team GB from one of the many live screenings.

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5. Take a Dip With Nature!

Cool off in King Cross' natural swimming  pool. The bathing pond is water is purified through a natural, closed-loop process using wetland and submerged water plants to filter the water and keep it clear.

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6. Catch the End of Curtain Up

Part of the 40th anniversary of the Olivier Awards, Curtain Up invites you to explore the extraordinary story of the world’s two greatest theatrical cities, London’s West End and New York’s Broadway. It closes on Wednesday 31st August so catch it while you can!

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7. Stand in the Yard at The Globe

Since there's less chance of rain, get a ticket and watch a show from the Yard for £5! This is the way that most theatre goers watched Shakespeare's shows in the 1600s and has the best atmosphere in the house.

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8. Notting Hill Carnival

Join London's biggest party over the August Bank Holidays. Take your friends or family, follow the noise and join the fun taking over the streets across West London.

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9. Get a Ticket for The Proms 

The Proms is the world's greatest classical music festival. Think it's too pricey? Think again! An essential part of a prom attendee is 'promming' which means turning up on the day to get one of the 1,350 gallery standing tickets for just £6!

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10. Explore London Down the Canal

One of the best ways to see hidden parts of London is by walking down it's winding canals. Walk along Regents Canal by starting at Little Italy and walking past private gardens, boat bookshops and even parts of London Zoo until you reach Camden Town.