Things to do this weekend is sponsored by Stella Artois
FOODIES FESTIVAL: Foodies Festival comes to Blackheath Common, featuring Michelin starred chef Adam Simmonds, and celebrity chefs Aldo Zilli and Rosemary Shrager. We doubt you'll be leaving hungry. From £16, book in advance/just turn up, 8-10 July
COMEDY WEEKEND: There's a festival of new comedy in Hackney featuring preview shows from 16 acts before they head to the Edinburgh Fringe. Pay-what-you-want, book in advance/ just turn up, 9-10 July
CONTEMPORARY ART: Dick Whittington thought the streets were paved with gold, but Brixton's Josephine Avenue is paved with art this weekend. Head to the open air Urban Art Fair to see over 2,000 pieces of art from artists specialising in painting, printmaking, photography, mixed media and street art. Free entry, just turn up, 9-10 July, 10am-6pm
EURO 2016: It's the final weekend of Euro 2016, and those still watching can catch the final matches at these pubs and bars across London.
WIMBLEDON: It's also Wimbledon Final weekend, and plenty of locations across London are showing the action on large screens, most of them for free. See the full list.
Saturday 9 July
EID FESTIVAL: Mark the end of Ramadan in Trafalgar Square with food from around the world, henna, face painting and more. Free, just turn up, noon-6pm
HACKNEY SUMMER FETE: See the best Hackney has to offer at the summer fete at St John at Hackney Church, with food (including Caribbean jerk chicken or Filipino dumplings), drinks, art and entertainment, including a dog show. Free, just turn up, noon-7pm
CYCLING RACE: Watch cyclists speed around Greenwich Peninsula at the Red Hook Criterium, a cycling race which takes place at cities around the world. On today's schedule are qualifying, practice, women's and men's races, and of course the all important podium ceremony. Free to watch, just turn up, noon-9.30pm
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY WALK: Celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday and lengthy reign with a guided walk from the Palace of Westminster to Buckingham Palace visiting sights linked to Queen Elizabeth II and past monarchs. £10, book in advance, 2pm-4pm (repeated every Saturday and Sunday until August)
DALSTON MUSIC FESTIVAL: Welcome in summer at Dalston Music Festival. Featuring artists like indie electronic band Zombie Zombie and hip-hop/Afrobeat/jazz collective Ruby Rushton, with ten stages there's something for everyone. £20-25, book in advance/just turn up, 2pm
BALLROOM DANCING: Dance the night away at a Parisian themed ballroom dancing event featuring live music from Igor Outkine. Don't worry if you have two left feet - the evening begins with a dance lesson! £25-35, book in advance, 7pm
OUTDOOR THEATRE: Immerse yourself in an adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing, set at the end of the second world war, and performed in Norfolk Square Gardens in Paddington. Produced by not-for-profit touring company Shakespeare in the Squares. £14.12-£27.73, book in advance, 7pm
JAZZ NIGHT: Visit The Tea Box in Richmond for a night of jazz with hints of blues and soul. £5/6, book in advance/just turn up, 7.30pm
MAGIC COMEDY: See comedian and magician Pete Firman's new act before he heads to the Edinburgh Fringe. Takes place at Arts Depot in North Finchley. £9, book in advance, 7.30pm
CHOIR CONCERT: Celebrate the start of summer being serenaded by 150 singers. West London's Kensington Singers and East London's Victoria Park Singers will perform alongside soprano soloist Kirsty Hopkins. £10-14, book in advance or just turn up, 7.30pm
90S CLUB NIGHT: Relive the 90s with Club Massaoke at The Garage in Highbury & Islington. Prizes for best costumes; are you more Courtney Love or Kurt Cobain? £6/£10, book in advance, 10.30pm-3am
MINISTRY OF SOUND: Feel the vibes of the hippie '60s at Ministry of Sound when Pacha Ibiza's Flower Power returns to London, transforming the venue into a psychedelic playground for adults. From £20, book in advance, 11pm-7am
Things To Do In London This Weekend is sponsored by Stella Artois.
Visit Victorian London and the First Wimbledon Tennis Championships
Step into the streets of Victorian London: a murky yet exciting place filled with big characters. Run into a debonair detective and a certain Queen Victoria, in this experience from reputed immersive theatre team Les Enfants Terrible.
Meanwhile two brands are just starting to make their mark on the city. Experience the little-known tennis tournament called Wimbledon, and a new Belgian beer being served up to Londoners for the first time — from a brewery known as Artois.
The Time Portal runs from 7-10 July from 12 noon to 9.40pm. Tickets cost £13.50 - £18 (including a £1 booking fee) for each 40-minute theatrical experience, including two free drinks. Visit ebplive.co.uk/stellaartois to find out more.
Sunday 10 July
CLIMATE CHANGE LECTURE: Join Conway Hall Ethical Society to hear Professor Evan Parker's approach to why we should abandon CO2 emission reduction targets, and find out his proposed alternative response. £3, book in advance, 11am
VINTAGE FAIR: Head to Poplar for Swing East, an afternoon of swing dancing, vintage cars and a vintage fair. Taking place on Chrisp Street, it celebrates 1951 — the year Chrisp Street Market was built as part of the Festival of Britain. Free, just turn up, 11.30am
BASTILLE CELEBRATIONS: Experience Paris without leaving London as Borough Market celebrates Bastille Day. Highlights include French delicacies, games of petanque and a live gypsy jazz and swing band. Free, just turn up, noon-8pm
FAMILY FESTIVAL: Mycenae Gardens in Blackheath is hosting a family-friendly fun day with a variety of live music, food and child-focused activities. Free, just turn up, noon-5.30pm
WIMBLEDON FINAL: As well as these places to watch the Wimbledon final, East Village in Stratford hosts a celebration of all things summer, including a screening of the Men's Final, strawberries, cream and Pimm's. Free, just turn up, midday-6pm (match starts at 2pm)
WALKING TOUR: Discover how the buildings in the Isle of Dogs have changed over the past 100 years, and uncover hidden gems like the green beauty of the area. £5, book in advance, 4.30-6.30pm
WIZARD OF OZ: Bring your picnic and watch a child-friendly outdoor performance of The Wizard of Oz in Oak Hill Park Arena, Barnet. £6-12 (+booking fee), book in advance, 3-5pm
ROOFTOP DANCING: Join the mini carnival at Dalston Roof Park with Hipsters Don't Dance. Dance the afternoon away to Afropop, Soca and Dancehall tunes. £3, just turn up, 3-10pm
Our pick of Funzing events
PHOTO WORKSHOP: Get to know your camera better on this photography workshop taking place on South Bank. Learn how to do more than just using the auto setting, beginning with a tuition session, followed by a photo safari to put what you've learned into action. £35/£25, 4/6/8 July
WEST END WONDERS: Take a guided walking tour around Soho and Covent Garden, getting to know some little-known history of the area including haunted theatres and illicit royal affairs. £12, 14/23 July
PAINT VAN GOGH: Try your hand at recreating a Van Gogh masterpiece at this Pop Up Painting workshop. No experience is required, and all materials will be provided. Takes places at The Cricketers in Richmond. £26, 20 July