Green Day concert | Emirates Stadium

Watch the nineties trio, celebrate the release of their three newest albums with a world tour. Trusting Billie has completed his seven steps buy your tickets now. Supported by All Time Low and the Kaiser Chiefs. 

Emirates Stadium N7 0RN | From £49.50
1st June | 4.30pm
Tube | Holloway Road
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Yoko Ono’s Meltdown Festival | Southbank Centre

This festival in its 20th year is a celebration an alternative music culture. Previously showing the likes of David Bowie, Massive Attack and Morrissey, this year we will see a huge list of names from Boy George to Iggy & the Stooges.

Southbank Centre SE1 8XX | From £11.20
14th-23rd June
Tube | Waterloo
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Rocky Horror Sing-A-Long | Prince Charles Cinema

Going strong for 40 years now, The Rocky Horror Show is gracing the stage of the Prince Charles in Leicester Square. Fancy dress is preferred so grab your corsets and boas for a night of music and debauchery. 

Prince Charles Cinema WC2H 7BX | £15
16th June | 8.30pm
Tube | Leicester Square
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory | Theatre Royal

Following the great reception of Matilda the Musical, Sam Mendes directs his first musical at the Theatre Royal on Drury Lane. The classic tale of Charlie Bucket and his Golden Ticket.

Theatre Royal WC2B 5JF | From £16.50
Starts 25th June | 7.30pm, 2.30pm Matinee.
Tube | Covent Garden
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Silent movie: Laurel and Hardy | Barbican

The Barbican’s Silent Movie Series ends with Laurel and Hardy’s Rebellious Clowns triple bill including Leave ‘Em Laughing, You’re Darn Tootin’ and Big Business. Be prepared for sidesplitting comedy you won’t forget. 

Barbican EC2Y 8DS | From £10.50
25th June | 4pm
Tube | Barbican
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Trooping the Colour | Westminster

To celebrate the Queen’s official birthday, not actual, a display of pompous ceremony and military history in Whitehall is performed. Watch Her Majesty inspect the Royal Guard followed by an RAF flyover. 

The Mall SW1A | Free
15th June | 10am
Tube | St James Park
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Naked Bike Ride | Hyde Park Corner

Any Londoner can admit that cyclists aren’t too popular on the roads. So once a year, these riders strip down till they’re bare, and pedal from Wellington Arch for 9 miles in a circle to raise awareness about their alternative mode of transportation. 

Hyde Park Corner SW1X 7LY | Free
8th June | 3pm

Tube | Hyde Park Corner
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Wimbledon Tennis | Wimbledon

The incredible well-known tournament is back again this year, enjoy your traditional strawberries and cream whilst watching the likes of Andy Murray and the Williams sisters compete for the title. 

Wimbledon SW19 5AE | From £37
Starts 25th June | Varied times
Tube | Wimbledon
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London Pride | Baker Street

Pride is one of the most well known festivals around the world; it celebrates the voice and freedom of the LGBT community. This year’s theme is Love (and marriage), very appropriate considering New Zealand’s law change. They welcome all genders and persuasions to join in the merriment. 

Baker Street NW1 5LA | Free
25th-29th June | All day
Tube | Baker Street
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Meditation Flash Mob | Trafalgar Square

Need to relax and disappear from reality for an hour? Head over to Trafalgar Square, where waiting for you will be the Meditation Flash Mob initiative, who are trying to promote inner harmony. 

Trafalgar Square WC2N 5DN | Free
18th June | 10am
Tube | Charing Cross
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Foodies Festival | Clapham Common

The food event to be seen at this year. See Michelin and London’s top chefs give demonstrations and samples from their restaurants. Enjoy a glass of champers on the green with the likes of Ed Baines feeding you.

Clapham Common SW4 9DE | From £12
7th-9th June | 10am
Tube | Clapham Common
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Graduate Fashion Week | Earls Court Two

Graduate Fashion Week is here to promote the work of over 1000 international students, who have just finished their degrees and need the attention of the industry. Not just design, but journalism, graphics and marketing are all featured here too. And with the likes of Orla Keily on the judge’s panel, it should make for a fantastic year.

Earls Court Two SW5 9TA | From £10
2nd-5th June | 10.30 am
Tube | Earls Court
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Sir Michael Caine | Museum of London

A photography exhibition, celebrating Sir Michael Caine, with images spanning his 80 years so far. Featuring iconic portraits from David Bailey and Terry O’Neill and displays of film footage, are a true and wonderful homage to the Italian Job star we have all come to know and love.

Museum of London EC2Y 5HN | Free
Whole of June | 10am
Tube | Barbican
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Francis Goodman photography | National Portrait Gallery

An iconic artist, famed for his images in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, not to mention his war photography. This exhibition explores not only the physical image, but the man behind them too. This gallery will be in celebration of his centenary. 

National Portrait Gallery WC2H 0HE | Free
Whole of June | 10am
Tube | Leicester Square
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London International Antiquarian Book Fair | Kensington

A long established event, the London International Antique Book Fair is where you can buy anything from a first edition James Joyce, to an original Fritz Lang movie slide from Metropolis.  Exhibitors from all over the globe as well as lectures from authors and collectors. 

National Hall W14 | Complimentary
13th-15th June | 3pm first day
Tube | Kensington Olympia
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