Things To Do This Weekend
By uczlkrj, on 3 August 2018
UCLSS Social Programme Events
Friday 3rd August
Jazz in the Quad
Saturday 4th August
Day Trip: Oxford
Recommendations from UCLSS Staff
Things to do this weekend:
Mercato Metropolitano in Elephant and Castle is a great place to spend the day eating and drinking. This Saturday they will also host the Crafty Fox Market which could come in handy if you’re looking for gifts for friends and family back home!
Cocktails in the city at in Bedford Square Gardens brings together 25 of the city’s best bars, speakeasies and clubs together to serve you the makings of their mixology skills.
Free outdoor festival every weekend this summer on the south bank in front of the National Theatre. There’s live music, dancing, DJs, family workshops, club nights and theatre, all summer, all for free! This weekend’s take over is by nonclassical, this East London record label and club will be bringing the best in new classical, electronic and experimental music to the river front
Things to do this session:
What can beat the boat party?
It’s got to be the UCL Summer School End of Summer Boat Party!
UCL Summer School Social Programme extra event: picnic and games in Regent’s Park on Tuesday evening. Details to follow….
UCL Summer School 2019 ? Not quite yet, applications for next summer will open on November 30th so why not book for the Boat Party instead…
By Popular Demand:
London, like most big cities, has a reputation for being expensive however there are a million and one things to do and see in London that are absolutely free. Most museums have free entry for their permanent collections and these are our top tips:
Kenwood House in Hampstead Heath – where films like Belle and Notting Hill were filmed, and also near the Heath’s swimmable lakes to cool off.
The Getty Images Gallery in Fitzrovia (walking distance to campus) is hosting theBeat Positive exhibition showcasing photographs from New York hip-hop’s early days.
Walk along the south bank of the Thames and visit Greenwich Park
V&A’s Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers and the rest of the V&A to be honest.