TCé picks: A selection of things to do and places to go – July 2013

Hands down – July is our absolute favourite month of the year because not only does the weather start to behave, but we’re  in the thick of festival season – so from foodie fests to pop extravaganzas at the Olympic Park, get ready for a fantastic four-weeks ahead…

Arts & Culture

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait at the Jewish Museum, July 3-September 15th – This rare and intimate exhibition offers a unique insight into the music, style and Jewish roots of the late Camden singer, curated by her brother and sister-in-law.

Eat & Drink

Patty & Bun

FEAST, July 4-7th – One of the most exciting foodie fests this capital has ever seen returns with new vendors (Flat Iron, Patty and Bun), picnics and hot air balloon flights (!). Unmissable.

Arts & Culture

elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food, July 5- September 29th – This is the world’s first major retrospective based on a world-renowned chef and his ground-breaking restaurant, so expect plenty of mouth-watering images, archive footage and behind-the-scenes snaps of Ferran Adrià’s former kitchen in Cala Montjoi.

Music

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Wireless Festival, July 12-14th – This year, Wireless heads east to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where revellers will be treated to performances from some of the best pop, hip-hop, R&B and alternative artists in the world. We can’t wait for Sunday’s line-up featuring A Tribe Called Quest, Nas, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z!

Alternative

Imago Dei Market, Spitalfields, July 20th – Local start-ups, social-enterprises and not-for-profits will be offering everything from fashion to furniture (and plenty of food!) at this unique, conscientious market.

Arts & Culture

Open East Festival, July 27 and 28th – To mark 12 months since the Olympics, this anniversary celebration will present an incredible line-up of entertainment, art and activities to help you re-live the spirit of the Games!

 

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