July |London Edition
London Pride Parade | Central London
12- 5 pm
Pride festival comes to a close with the annual parade on Saturday 7th July. The parade route starts at Portland Place and moves down Oxford Circus, passing along Regent Street, through Piccadilly Circus to Pall Mall and passing Trafalgar Square before finishing up on Whitehall.
Everyone is Divine | The Horse Hospital, 30 Colonnade WC1N 1JD
Until 14th July
“Everyone Is Divine” is a photography exhibition by Darren Evans featuring fifty different people made up in the style of the drag icon and muse to John Waters, Divine. Initially, the idea was a homage to the fabulous brash, punk and glamorous superstar but over the two year period, it also became something else.
Ryan Mcginley 'The Spirit Of Pride' | Unit 7, Piccadilly Circus Underground, Open 24/7
Until 8th July
A collage of modern queer life, the photographer's just-opened exhibition is a celebration and call to arms.
The Great British Seaside | National Maritime Museum, Park Row, London SE10 9NF
Until 30th September
Discover all the British Seaside has to offer, from the abandoned piers to the dazzling arcades, celebrate the British seaside through the lenses of Britain’s most popular photographers, featuring Tony Ray-Jones, David Hurn and Simon Roberts and new work by Martin Parr.
Brigadiers |Bloomberg Arcade, 3 Queen Street, EC4N 8BN
From the team behind the wildly popular Gymkhana and Hoppers comes Brigadiers to the City. The concept behind the Indian fine dining destination is inspired by army mess bars, where military regiments eat, drink and socialise. The menu serves up a variety of methods of Indian barbecue - from kebabs to tikka and an array of feasting options
Rovi | 59 Wells Street, London, W1A 3AE
Celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi has launched a Fitzrovia-based spin-off of his health-conscious cafés. Although similar to his other Ottolenghi sites, the restaurant serves a menu where vegetables take centre stage – but there’s also a focus on fermentation and cooking over fire.