Things To Do in London During The Summer

By | January 16, 2019

Visit the Regent’s Park open-air theatre

The Regent’s Park open air theatre can seat over 1250 audience enabling them to enjoy plays, films, and musicals.

Watch a street performance

It is intriguing to watch a live street performance being played out by the various comedians, entertainers, musicians, and jugglers in the Piazza of Covent Garden. So grab a beverage and enjoy the live show.

See a film on a rooftop

The pop-up events conducted in venues such as Kensington, Stratford, Peckham and Shoreditch organized by the rooftop film club provide comfortable chairs along with blankets in case the temperature lowers. It is an experience to watch a cinema on a rooftop.


Listen to live jazz in the park

Summer sees a lot of live fantastic jazz performances in the Pavillion café of Greenwich Park. So grab a meal or beverage and tap your feet to the rhythmic beats of jazz.

Dance at gigs or festivals

The British Summertime Hyde Park hosts one-day music festivals with various top names in the music industry.

Soak in the music at Somerset House

Tend to spend the summer by getting tickets for an open-air concert and enjoying the music of some of the most prominent artists in the industry.

Witness a Shakespeare play at the Globe

You can get the chance to experience a Shakespeare play being performed live in the open air Globe Theatre.

Watch an outdoor opera at Holland Park

Holland Park during the summer usually delivers over six different operas making it a truly different experience.

Soak in the carnival spirit

If you love vibrant colors, dancing, and Caribbean delicacies, do not miss out on the Notting Hill Carnival which is the largest annual street festival.

Attend a one-day festival

London’s parks serve as a venue for a line-up of artists of almost all genres without the need for a night of camping.

Go for a horse ride

You can saddle up and go for a thrilling horse ride in Richmond Park and Hyde Park.

Go for a swim

London has a variety of ponds, lakes, and pools such as the Hampstead health ponds, so enjoy the day by going for a swim.


Indulge in a game of mini golf

Visit the Putt in the park for a game of mini golf while enjoying each point with a pint of refreshing beer.

Visit a beach

London is not on the coast side, so the beach you can visit is in Camden, where you can go and relax on the lazy beach while hearing the sound of wave’s crashing.