With the dodgy weather this summer, we’ve had a somewhat soggy road out of lockdown.
But, with the forecast set to shine next week and over bank holiday, it seems the sunny rays are finally set to cast their magic over the UK.
If you’re on the prowl for ways to make the most of it, then look no further.
London Wonderground is your mecca for all things entertainment, from family shows to late night comedy alongside fairground rides and live music to get lost in.
As a taster of what to expect, you’ll discover 360 All Stars who perform crazy stunts from a team of breakdancers, BMX freestylers and beatboxers; as well as The Choir of Man who are the ultimate pub singalong crew with the finest male vocalists reinventing a catalogue of absolute bangers.
For something a little spicier, then Queenz: The Show with Balls might be up your street.
This dragtastic extravaganza promises a night of gender-bending, life-affirming fun and frolics with a bunch of boys who ‘dance like Britney and sing like Whitney’.
There’s even a city beach too! So, while you won’t quite be dipping your toes into the Bournemouth coastline you will have a sprinkling of sand over your flip-flops.
Of course, no pleasure attraction would be complete without some of London’s finest street food and outdoor bars, including Venezuelan delights and traditional Neapolitan pizzas.
Having flung open their doors in July, London Wonderground will be going strong for another month until September 26. Better yet, it is totally free to enter.
This said, if you’re keen to grab a seat for one of the shows, each one is priced individually and ranges from £12.50-£20 per ticket depending on what you see.
Established in 2000 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the organisers at Underbelly Ltd continued to create incredible events globally, from Blighty to Hong Kong.
Speaking about their mission, the crew said: “We love creating fantastic and unique pop-up events. We love entertaining. We love creating something for all ages and all tastes to enjoy.
“Most of all, we love live entertainment and events.”
To get your groove on, click here: London Wonderground.