Things to do this weekend in London


Things to do in London this weekend 15th & 16th June.

APT Renovation have designed and remodelled homes all around London especially the South West this gives us the expertise to know the great hangout around the capital

Greenwich Book
Get stuck into Greenwich Book Festival

GREENWICH BOOK FEST: The University of Greenwich brings a flurry of authors, playwrights and other literary figures together for Greenwich Book Festival, which begins today. Plenty of events throughout the festival are free, including talks and book launches, and there are also a few children’s events hosted at the venue too.  13-16 June

Marylebone Summer Festival

SUMMER FESTIVAL: Occurring for only two days, the Marylebone Summer Festival takes place over the Marylebone Village — take note that there will be several road closures in place around the event. The programme is family-friendly, includes live music from two different stages, and a plethora of market stalls. Paddington Street Gardens (Marylebone), free entry, just turn up, 15-16 June

BALHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL: We welcome book lovers, to the Balham Literary Festival, This is located a stones throw from APT Renovation’s offices. The festival consists of a 12-day event that features authors such as Yara Rodrigues Fowler.  13-25 June

CURATOR TOUR: Find out more about the legacy of graphic designer Abram Games, on this curator-led tour of the current exhibition about his work. He produced designs for the government in his role as ‘Official War Poster Artist’ during the second world war, drawing on his own experiences as a soldier, as well as his Jewish heritage, and the political situation at the time. National Army Museum (Chelsea), £10.50/£9.50, book ahead, 11am

Enjoy a vibrant orchestra performance in a car park

CAR PARK ORCHESTRA: Ever seen an orchestra in a car park? If not tonight is your chance thanks to The Multi-Story Orchestra. Choral and orchestral performers showcase classical music, as well as new choir pieces created by singers from St Mary Magdalene & Kender primary schools. Book ahead if Possible, 6.30pm-7.30pm 14th June

FITZROVIA WALK: The tour guide Laurence combines his expert subjects of science and history in a well documented guided tour about the past discoveries in the Fitzrovia area. Lasting two hours, you have a chance to hear about second world war, chemical complexities, forensic pathology, and a little ‘gentle adult content’ thrown in. Warren Street station 14th June 6.30pm-8.30pm

Enjoy comedy in an open-air courtyard

PRIDE COMEDY: The Loud, proud and established LGBTQ+ comedians take to the stage for a Pride comedy special. Robert White, Iszi Lawrence, Michael Eldridge and Katie Price are on the line-up. Theatre Deli (Broadgate) book ahead if possible 14th June 8pm-10pm