A London Summer

We are always looking for new things to do in our fabulous city. We thought we would share some of our latest finds in London that we believe are perfectly suited to the warmer months.

Movies in the park

Sometimes when living in a big city, escaping to greener pastures can be refreshing, this is a perfect opportunity to  get your friends together and enjoy a good movie.  This travelling pop-up cinema is perfect for London’s city space covering hidden idyllic gardens, rooftops and discarded warehouses.  With screenings of old classics and new blockbusters, it really is an event for everyone to enjoy in London.

http://www.wegottickets.com/popup/index

Soaking up the culture

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Set in Bloomsbury, Store Street Gallery is a favourite with the fashion forward cultured locals. This space highlights fresh up and coming artists as well as established ones from the UK and Europe.  The galleries and exhibitions are flooded with a range a talent from conceptual statement art, abstract paintings, and sculptures

http://www.storestreetgallery.com/

Get your skates on!

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For eight weeks this summer, you’ll be able to get your skate on at a roller rink at King’s Cross. Head for West Handyside Canopy – the covered space just off Granary Square and glide to your heart’s content.

http://www.kingscross.co.uk/skate

Latest Eats

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After a spot of skating why not pop into the Grain Store. At Mask we love a mix of old and new and here at Grain store it combines rustic exposed brick work with a modern vibe. Part of The Zetter Group’s Michael Benyan and Mark Sainsbury is something new and exciting for Kings Cross.

http://www.grainstore.com/