Live performance returns with a special concert staging of Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's five-star production of Jesus Christ Superstar. In compliance with social-distancing guidelines, seating capacity is reduced from 1.256 to just 290 seats for each performance.
Open Air Theatre Regent's Park Inner Circle NW1 4NU
14 August - 27 September, 3pm and 7pm Price: £25-£65
Masterpieces from the Ordrupgaard Collection runs from the pre-impressionism of Gustav Courbet all the way through to the post-impressionism of Paul Gauguin. Painters Monet, Manet, Renoir, Pissarro, Morisot and Degas are also some of the painters showcased, many of whom have never been seen in the UK.
7 August - 18 October 2020
Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House Piccadilly W1J 0BD
While the Carnival cannot take place in the streets of London this summer, scheming is under way to make it the virtual event of the year. Throw your own party, make your own rum punch and order in jerk chicken. You can tune in to a series of free, live-streamed events, bringing the loud, proud joys of Notting Hill carnival into your home in all its colourful splendour.
Captain your own vessel and cruise through the heart of London in the city's first self-driving boat experience - GoBoat. Experience the unseen side of London and drive your own picnic boat from Paddington Basin, head east on the vibrant Regent's Canal through Little Venice to Camden Lock. No licence needed.
The only producer of Lebanese ice cream in London has opened a summer shop in Marylebone. In addition to the traditional flavours of Achta, Pistachio and Rose, they have created their own bespoke flavours such as Halva, Date, Tumeric, Carob, Sea Salt Caramel and Osmalieh.
Scottish chef Nico Simeone is heading to London with his concept restaurant, hitting Fitzrovia with a tasting menu, themed on a different place or memory that changes every six weeks, costing £35. Wine pairings will be available at £33 per person or you can just choose from the wine list instead.