Things to do
SUMMER HOLIDAYS: As the school holidays progress, you can suppress the cries of "I boqueted" with our family-friendly city guide. Find theatrical performances, exhibitions and events that children will love, and get some tips on where to eat and drink as a family.
CAMDEN FRINGE: The program of Camden Fringe includes 300 productions in the fields of comedy, dance, opera, magic and drag. The Monthly Performing Arts Festival takes place in various locations around Camden and today begins with lectures, comedy, theater and cabaret activities. Browse the full program. Different locations and prices, book in advance, July 29th - August 25th
COMEDY: Comedian Kieran Hodgson brings an anthology of his last four shows to the Soho Theater. Expect a tour of French schools, the Tour de France, classical music and how we ever landed in the EU. Eclectic. Soho Theater, from £ 14, book in advance, July 29th - August 10th
LOVE ISLAND: It's the last night on Love Island and the action from the villa - including the announcement of the winners - will be shown for free on a big screen at Camden Market. Food and drinks can be bought at stalls and in restaurants nearby. Camden Market North Yard, free, just show up, 6 to 11 pm. Elsewhere, the creative café and cocktail bar Drink, Shop & Do make up the finale with tropical crafts, glittering and, of course, a show of the episode. Drink, Shop and Make (King's Cross), £ 5, book in advance, 6 pm
LIVE A BIT: Author Howard Jacobson appears to speak about his new novel Live A Little, which is set in northern London. It's about two older people - the forgetful Beryl and the legitimate bachelor Shimi - finding a new meaning in the remnants of their lives. Owl Bookshop (Kentish Town), £ 5, book in advance, 18.30 clock
HEADS AND BODY: Do you remember the heads and bodies of the children? You know the one - you pull a head, fold the paper, the next person pulls the shoulders and so on. Play an adult version with alcohol and see what horrible NSFW creatures emerge. The Book Club (Shoreditch), for free, just show up, 19-20.30 clock
CINEMATIC OBSESSIONS: The season of Deptford Cinema Cinematic Obsessions ends with a screening of the movie Burning in 2018. Graduate drummer Jong-su is asked by a girl to take care of her cat as she embarks on a trip to Africa. When she returns, she introduces Ben to a mysterious and wealthy man she met there - but who is Ben and is he responsible for her sudden disappearance? Deptford Cinema, £ 4.50- £ 6, book in advance, 19-21.30 clock
THE ART OF THE FLYING: Want to refresh your flirting skills? Learn some tips and tricks from psychotherapist and dating trainer Cate Mackenzie. She directs a master class on the five steps of flirting, including the importance of body language. Trapeze (Shoreditch), £ 12, book in advance, 19-21.30 clock (Sponsor)
SPEED DATING: If you already know how to flirt (see above) and move on to the next step, visit a speed dating event. You know the score - spend three minutes with each person (about 20-25 people) before deciding who you want to see again. The Book Club (Shoreditch), £ 13- £ 25, book in advance, 19.30-22.30
COMEDY PREVIEW: Comedian Ivo Graham previews his show The Game of Life before performing an Edinburgh Festival. He covers his fears about various aspects of adulthood, including paying the bills. Pleasance Theater (Islington), £ 5, book in advance, 19:45
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Good thing of the day
Thames 21 is looking for people to participate in the September regatta in London, rowing, kayaking or paddling on the Thames to raise money. The Thames barrier is closed that day, which means that there are no tides to compete with. Learn more and log in.
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