Entertain yourself in London this summer with the team’s top picks on where to go, what to do, what to see and what to eat.

Dip a Magnum at Selfridges

That’s right, your ice cream just went custom. Celebrating their 25th birthday, Magnum are inviting customers in Selfridges to dip a naked Magnum in an array of treats including edible rose petals and silver pearls. We are already on our way!



Down a spoonful of sugar at the Mary Poppin’s dining experience

Dine in the pop up home of the Banks family, but you won’t know where it is until you’ve bought your ticket. The menu won’t be revealed but you are safe in the knowledge all food and drinks are included in your ticket. As Time Out say ‘no flying home on your umbrella when you’ve been drinking’ .


 mary poppins

Dress up and find the Back To The Future Secret Cinema

Ticket holders will receive a secret code directly from Secret Cinema which will give them special access to the site where they will be given an individual identity. Each identity will help shape the structure of each show, with audience members assuming specific characters and interacting with Hill Valley in the build up to and during the show. – See more at: http://www.entertainment-focus.com/film-section/film-news/secret-cinema-back-future-reveals-plans/#sthash.ZgQE0kKW.dpuf

back to the future

Put your Sunnies on and head to the beach

It gets better year on year with pop up restaurants, ice cream and air hockey this year. Pull up a deckchair on the sand, drink a cocktail and work on your tan.



Eat your heart out at the Power of Summer at Battersea Power Station

Sit on the lawn, eat food from London’s top street food vendors and jump on trampolines. FUN ALERT. Make the most of the iconic Battersea Power Station before it’s monumental development and chill in the sunshine next to the riverside.


Battersea power station

Go paddleboarding in Paddington – yes you heard us right

SUPcity is located in Paddington Basin an incredible inner city location close to Paddington Station and near the junction of the Regent’s Canal and the Grand Junction Canal. The perfect place to get the work team or friends together and go paddleboard racing, or even channel your inner zen with a little paddleboard yoga. Try not to fall in! http://www.active360.co.uk/sup-city-racing.htm  


Snorkel with Sharks at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium


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