Venue: Selfridges RooftopAddress:
From their experiments in synaesthesia, their architectural jelly, their Wonka-inspired flavour-changing chewing gum or their Gin and Tonic mist that you inhale, these guys are always up to something a bit strange. As part of Selfridges’ Big British Bang (a homage to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics), Bompas & Parr have transformed the shop’s rooftop into a 9-hole, cake-based, crazy golf course that’ll be open between 12pm-7pm throughout the summer. Tickets are £6 – book here.
Venue: The SocialAddress:
Release your inner Jay-Z for one night only (and every following Thursday if it goes well). Drinks, Hi-Hop and ya mates… Hell yes! More info here.
Cost: Tickets start at £137.50 for adults and go up to £195. Tickets for 13-17 year olds are £130
This boutique favourite will celebrate its 10th birthday this year and the theme is ‘standing on ceremony.’ If you haven’t been then you gotta go because it’s the closest you can get to heaven. Bumble along in this booze haven theme park and have the ride of your life. Snap up tickets while you still can, or get bidding on eBay, it’ll be worth every penny. Website
Venue: Hammersmith ApolloAddress:
Kaleidoscope Entertainment presents the European premiere of Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap. The documentary takes a look at the development of rap as an influential music form over the past three decades, with Ice-T as our guide in exposing the history and roots of rap.
Hang chilly for a Q&A session with the big man himself, followed by live performances from Ice-T, Raekwon, Chuck D, Melle Mel and more…
A must for any hip-hop enthusiasts.