Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 17-19 June

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By Lindsey Last edited 76 months ago
Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 17-19 June

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All weekend

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

  • Marylebone Summer Fayre means a food fest on Moxon Street, music in Paddington Gardens, Jive Nation on Devonshire Street and much more between 10am-5pm.
  • The sixteenth London Dragon Boat Festival brings amazing dragon boats to the Thames at Royal Albert Docks Regatta Centre, E16 between 10am-5pm. Free entry and fun all afternoon.
  • The Vauxhall Art Car Book Fair parks up at Truman Brewery, Brick Lane E1 to flog celebrity artworks out the back of a banger. Perhaps you'll pick up a Gavin Turk egg for £25? If you just want to have a nosey, it's £3 in between 12-6pm.
  • There's music, dance, food and fun to be had on Portobello Green, W10 to celebrate Westway Development Trust's 40th birthday. Free and family friendly, midday to 8pm.
  • Dress up types: join the 1940's 'high summer' tea dance in a mansion house on Portland Place. £12 tickets, or more for a cream tea and professional tart up: 6-10.30pm.
  • London Pleasance Edinburgh previews start today.

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Last Updated 17 June 2011

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