Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Welcome Summer!

We welcome the summer on the 21st of June. Finally! This night will be the shortest one of the year and from this date, the days will become shorter progressively. But, hold on! We still have more than two months of good weather, bright sun and full of light.

Some of you might go on holiday and travel to other places, but for those of you who have to stay in London working or studying, there are plenty of good plans to enjoy the English summer.

Every Friday night in June and July, London Zoo will open its doors after hours for a night out with a difference. Take a walk on the wild side with improvised comedy in the aquarium, watch Twisted Cabaret in the amphitheater, strut your stuff in the Silent Disco, sample the delectable delights of the street food festival and enjoy the sultry sounds of some of London's finest acoustic musicians in a carnival atmosphere.

Experience ballet and opera al fresco this summer, as BP Big Screens returns, screening world class productions to 22 locations across the UK. The productions will be beamed live and direct from the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, and available to watch for free from various London locations.  

Athletics returns to London's Olympic Park this summer, on the first anniversary of the London 2012 Games. The Sainsbury's Anniversary Games is a twofold event over three days. Friday and Saturday will see the IAAF Diamond League action in the British Athletics Grand Prix, featuring the return of many Olympic champions, with a third day of sports on Sunday dedicated to showcasing the Paralympic champions of 2012.

So many things to do this summer in London! You can find more information here.

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