| By: Londonist

Best Of Londonist: Secret Gardens, Hot Sauces And A Foxless London

We had a gremlin when this was emailed out yesterday — and many of the links didn't work. Sorry about that, and here's your version which actually works!

Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up, sponsored by City Lit.

Where should Dippy the diplodocus be moved to? More below

London News

Must-read articles

Beautiful illustrations on display at London Transport Museum, including this one by Elena Godina

Top reviews

  • Matt Cardle hits all the right notes as he joins Beverley Knight on stage in Memphis ★★★★★
  • Lovett + Todd is impressive, but needlessly jumps on the 'immersive' bandwagon ★★★☆☆
  • Colourful, playful, fun sculpture on display at Material World ★★★★☆
  • A prehistoric petting zoo has just opened in King's Cross ★★★★☆
  • Sex and skullduggery in L'Amore Dei Tre Re at Opera Holland Park ★★★☆☆
  • Richard II at The Globe reminded us of a certain Mr Miliband ★★★☆☆
  • Wear virtual reality headsets for glances into the (possible) future ★★★★☆

Things to do

Tickets and offers

WHITE LINES: Groove along to see Grandmaster Flash at Brooklyn Bowl, North Greenwich on 29 July. Tickets £20.

Get Tickets

GREASE: Backyard Cinema lets you singalonga Grease in Camden Market on 31 July at 8pm. Tickets £16.50.

Get Tickets

THE ASHES: This one's expensive but bear with — get a reserved seat on The Great Briton train to Birmingham from Euston with brunch, watch the cricket from a top class seat at Edgbaston’s Skyline Terrace with VIP treatment, and enjoy a three-course gourmet meal on the train journey home on 31 July. Tickets (all inclusive) £598.67.

Get Tickets

JUDITH KERR: Buy one ticket to the Judith Kerr exhibition at Jewish Museum in Camden and you can take a friend or family member along for free. Have tea with a tiger and curl up in Mog's basket — read our review. Tickets £6.50.

Get Tickets

MICROBREWERIES: Take a tour of Bermondsey's microbreweries and taste London-made craft ales in the company of the experts on 1 August and other Saturdays over the summer. Tickets £36.84.

Get Tickets

CITYDASH: Play Cryptic, the multiplayer experience that takes place on the mean streets of London, on 1 August. Tickets £15.

Get Tickets

Buttons are provided by YPlan.

Get £20 Off an Art & Design Summer Course with City Lit

Feeling the creative kick this summer? Then roll up your sleeves and free your inner artist at City Lit, London's biggest college for adults. Screen printing, fashion drawing, sketching walks, urban garden design and even paper jewellery — there's a course for every form of art you can possibly imagine. Intrigued?

City Lit is offering £20 off over 50 Art & Design summer courses, exclusively to Londonist readers. Subscribe before 31 July and quote the code LONDONIST20 to get the discount.

From one-day art tours around London to week-long sculpture workshops, classes take place at different times, including evenings and weekends — perfect for the busy Londoner you are. Browse the courses available and choose your favourite one.

Reader Offer Terms & Conditions: Offer ends on Friday 31 July 2015 at 7pm. Offer can only be applied to art and design courses starting from 1 August to 31 August 2015. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. For full Terms & Conditions see City Lit website.

This week’s Best of Londonist is sponsored by City Lit.

Want to get this as an email? Sign up for Sunday Best here.