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It is the second May long weekend, and if you didn’t take the most out of the first one there is always a chance, so shift yourself out of the sofa and come and see what London Design Agenda has in store for you to do in London during the Late May bank holiday.
Venue: Southbank Centre
It’s the sixth year of Alchemy, Southbank Centre’s annual festival showcasing the best of dance, music, theatre, design, fashion, comedy and literature from the UK and South Asia. With many of the Alchemy Festival events being free to join, enjoy this last chance as today it’s the last day.
Venue: Various Locations around London
The Line is London’s first dedicated modern contemporary art walk.London’s new sculpture trail will lead walkers along three miles of waterways including the Greenwich Meridian to see sculptures from Damien Hirst, Martin Creed and Gary Hume. You discover who you are when you journey. Walk The Line .
Venue: Alexandra Palace
Foodies Festival is a family friendly food festival that is celebrating its 10 anniversary. Come and enjoy! Chefs will be sharing their tips and tricks and you can tuck into a range of masterclasses, talks and tastings.
ROOFTOP FILM CLUB
Venue: Queen of Hoxton, Spitalfields
Film filled season of classic, cult and recent film releases on London’s finest rooftops until 30th September 2015. The Rooftop Film Club have perfected the art of outdoor cinema on the roof of the Queen of Hoxton pub, with comfy director chairs, blankets and wireless headphones.