We’re out of the World Cup and Andy Murray is out of Wimbledon too. I should really stop talking about sport on an Arts based blog but there is just one more thing that might be of interest…
The Tour de France in London
It seems rather odd to have part of the Tour in England but I’m not complaining. Sporting events in London seem to bring people together like nothing else and with entertainment, cinema screens, a food festival and family activities there is a lot more on offer than just watching the cycling. This is a free event and will probably be very busy so turn up early to bag yourself a good spot.
2014 Tour de France, Green Park, Saturday and Sunday, 11am-9.30pm
This weekend kicks off the start of the week long Hampstead Summer Festival. There will be lots of entertainment for the whole family; a traditional carousel, street circus acts, donkey rides, face painting and live music.
Hampstead Summer Festival, Saturday and Sunday
I’m a bit of a geek when it comes to tech and gadgets and the Digital Revolution exhibition at Barbican seems to bring together art and tech to chart the rise of all things digital since the 1970s. There are new commissions, film screenings, workshops and talks from artists, film makers, architects, designers and games developers. Get your geek on and head there today.
Digital Revolution, Barbican, Ongoing