Totally Thames Festival Sunday 1st September to Monday 30th September 2019

Celebrate the Thames and its culture with a programme of river-inspired art, pop-up live performances and boat races.

See London’s River Thames brought to life in a month-long season of events along the river’s 42-mile (68km) stretch during the annual Totally Thames Festival.

Since launching in 2014, the celebration has successfully created many unique opportunities to learn about London’s famous river.

Walk along the Thames to see large-scale art installations, free exhibitions and live performances. Enjoy a concert below river-level or join an archaeological tour of the river’s surroundings. See boats of all sizes cruise down the river, or get on the water yourself with water sports and boat parties.

https://totallythames.org/

EVITA – Open Air Theatre Regent’s Park Friday 2nd August – Saturday 21st September 2019

From a life of poverty to spiritual leader of the nation, Eva Peron was loved, hated, derided and venerated.

Dividing the Argentinian people with her patriotic speeches, her ambition, glamour and magnetism established ‘Evita’ as the world’s first major political celebrity.

With a chart-topping score including Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, Oh What A Circus, Another Suitcase in Another Hall, and the Oscar-winning You Must Love Me, Jamie Lloyd directs Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical.

http://openairtheatre.com/production/evita

Explore the iconic London Residence of Her Majesty The Queen -Monday 22nd July to Sunday 29th September 2019

The iconic and beautiful royal residence of Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London home of Her Majesty the Queen, as well as the administrative headquarters of the Royal Household. It is one of the only working royal palaces remaining in the world today and the Buckingham Palace trip is an absolute must-do on any visit to London.

Walk through The State Rooms and see priceless pieces from the Royal Collection, including exquisite paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. In 2019, the special exhibition marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria