With the recent heat wave, Londoners are out in full force making the most of this unusually hot weather. Check out our list of what to do in the capital over July.

Brixton Beach – from July 1

With the recent heat wave hitting our usually damp city, a trip to a typical London pop-up beach is the remedy. Brixton has the cure with a Cuban themed beach resort, bringing the delights of Havana to your doorstep.

With sand, palm trees, drinks flowing, music pumping, and exotic food galore, you wouldn’t want to miss this hot spot! Prepare to party the day and night away with a live DJ at this rooftop novelty with sizzling BBQ food, and quench-thirsting fruity cocktails.

Cinema screenings are also available in the evenings. Brixton beach is open every day of the week this summer!


Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave – from July 1

If art floats your boat, then pay a visit to the British museum to see legendary Japanese artist Hokusai’s paintings.

Inspired by Eastern scenery, the exhibition will take you on a historical tour from his earliest paintings to his last, including famous works like ‘The Great Wave’ and ’36 views of Mt Fuji’. His work is believed to have inspired artists such as Van Gogh and Monet.

The British museum exhibition is open until 13th August.


Alice’s Adventures Underground – from July 1

Hosted by the Les Enfant Terribles (LET) theatre company, AIW was last shown in 2015 and it proved to be such a success that LET are bringing it back. The show was nominated for an Olivier award, and with impressive reviews and ratings it is sure to be a delight.


Where is the Nomad? – from July 7

Pop-up cinema experience, which over July will be showing: La La Land (7 July), Psycho (14 July), Top Gun (19 July), and Life of Pi (25 July). Every screening will be shown in a different part of the city, indoors and out. Tickets typically range between £5-£25.

The iconic locations vary from, Grosvenor Square, Hatton Garden, Citypoint, and more.

All profits received are donated to the Sustainability Institute in South Africa.


We hope you have heaps of fun over July. For more event tips, keep an eye on LCCA’s events page