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Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style

It’s 50 years since James Bond seduced his first femme fatale and saved the world. This exhibition explores the processes behind his iconic image, including costumes, set and production design, cars, motion graphics, exotic locations, stunts and props.

A highlight will undoubtedly be the gadgets and weapons made for Bond and his assorted opponents by special effects experts.

July 6-Sept 5. 11am–8pm (Thurs until 10pm), £12
Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS 
Tube | Barbican


Salsa Lessons

Maria, a professional dancer from Brazil, guides even novices through the basics of salsa in the open air. The lesson is followed by free-style dancing. For the unselfconscious only!

Selected Thursdays until Aug 31, free
Spitalfields, E1 6AA
Tube | Liverpool St


Abigail’s Party Wyndham Theatre

Mike Leigh’s play about the pretensions of the British middle class achieved cult status with the 1977 screen version. However, Abigail’s Party is equally enjoyable, in an awkward way, on stage.

Until Sept 1. 7.45pm  Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0DA, £39
Tube | Leicester Square


Snorkel With Sharks

Neither sand tiger, black-tip reef nor Browns sharks have any interest in the Olympics, so you will be spared such conversation when you encounter these creatures at London’s aquarium.

Ongoing. 6.30pm-8.30pm, £125
County Hall, SE1 7PB
Tube | Westminster, Waterloo


London Mela Festival

This celebration of Asia marks its 10th year as a London festival with a carnival, mechanical menagerie, a concert by the Philharmonia Orchestra and a fireworks finale.

Also expect DJs, street art, dance, comedy, food and a massive funfair, all spread across nine zones. Mela is very family-friendly, so don’t plan too much debauchery, though.

Sun, Aug 19. 1pm-9pm, free
Gunnersbury Park, W3 ELQ
Tube | Acton Town


Superhuman Wellcome Collection

This exhibition looks at how we take for granted human enhancements, such as glasses, lipstick, false teeth and the contraceptive pill.

It explores how, in the future, cognitive enhancers and medical nanorobots may be commonly used to increase our beauty, intelligence and health.

Items on display include an ancient Egyptian prosthetic toe and there are contributions from those working at the cutting edge of this often-feared area of modern science.

July 19-Oct 16. Mon to Sat. free
10am-6pm; Sun 12pm-6pm
183 Euston Road, NW1 2BE
Tube | Euston



‘Lovingly ripped off’ from Monty Python And The Holy Grail, Spamalot is a new version of the musical that tells the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

July 25-Sept 9. Tues-Sat 7.30pm; Wed and Sat 2.30pm; Sun 5pm, £15
harold pinter theatre Panton Street, SW1Y 4DN
Tube | Piccadilly Circus


Not all fun and games: there's plenty more to do in London outside the Olympics

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