Regardless of the month, there is never a shortage of things to do in London. From street parties, carnivals and raves to indoor and outdoor family-friendly events to keep children entertained throughout the summer.
In this article, we are going to explore some of the awesome things that you can do in London in August whether it is in the daytime or night-time. Here is a roundup of things to do in London in August for both locals and visitors.
Crazy golf has become an extremely popular activity in London during the holidays for everyone including kids and adults. The best part is wherever you are in London; there is a Plonk Golf venue nearby. There are currently three venues open with strict regulations regarding face masks and social distancing. Anyone can take on the obstacles on 9 holes at any Plonk Golf venues across London. If you are looking for the most nerve-racking mini-golf, a Plonk Golf venue is where you should be. Each venue is designed for people who love a bit of outdoor or indoor adventure. If you are in London in August and looking to enjoy a round of crazy golf, visit a Plonk Golf venue near you.
Outdoor Cinema in London
With the arrival of two top cinemas in Waterloo, you now have the opportunity for al fresco cinema. Bar Elba is showing some classic movies including Call Me By Your Name, Get Out, Moonlight, Labyrinth, and a few others showing through September. You can purchase tickets online. Another cinema, Neighbouring Rooftop Cinema Waterloo, is screening their films with beer and bottomless prosecco – now that’s something that you do not want to miss.
Soak up the rays at Fulham’s bottomless brunch on the beach
The lockdown did take a toll on us in many ways, including our inability to go out for brunch or hang out on the beach. However, one of London’s pop-up may have a solution just for you. A sandy hotspot just right for the summer which is set up at Fulham is hosting a Brunch on the Beach in August. This is your chance to get a quick summer tan and some good vibes.
Go to the live theatre at Regent’s Park
Many of us can’t wait to get back to the way life was before coronavirus. We miss the cinemas, the theatres and live music, but thankfully, we do not need to wait any longer. Theatres have been reopened since the 1st of August with Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre utilising their outdoor space and social distancing to revive their version of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Visit Camden Market
Camden Market is back open after months of closure, no thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Thankfully, shopaholics can go back to doing what they love, visiting stalls and shopping for unique items, exploring the street food, jewellery, cosmetics and much more. There are two new rooftop bars for you to grab a drink and observe the city at night.