Supercharged Summer: 6 Events You Can't MissSupercharged Summer: 6 Events You Can't Miss


This summer is the season of HELL YES…

At this point, you could do a Brick in Anchorman and invite us to the pants party and we’d be there in the flashiest of flashes.

Luckily it won’t come to that. We’ve rounded up six hot ticket events from around the UK to supercharge your summer...

The Luna Beach Cinema

Brighton, United Kingdom

It’s official. Just like the real Slim Shady, the Luna Beach Cinema is back, back again.

2021 dates haven’t been announced yet so keep your peepers on their website for up-to-date deets. BUT what has been confirmed is that the open-air cinema will be rocking up to Brighton beach for it’s month-long residency.

Spread out on the sand with the Palace Pier on one side and the beastly 10 metre LED screen on the other. Feeling fancy? Get the VIP tickets to lounge about the beach hut in a premium deckchair. Oooerrr.

Visions Festival

London, United Kingdom

Festival fever? There’s a cream for that…

You can FINALLY scratch that itch with a big fat lineup of musical acts, street food, and exhibits from emerging artists.

Get yourself to Hackney on Saturday 7th August for Visions Festival. This lad is back for its eighth year and sprawls across warehouses, outdoor areas, and into our souls. Previous acts have included Orville Peck, White Denim, and Kedr Livanskiy.

Barbican Conservatory

London, United Kingdom

If there was a zombie apocalypse and buildings we’re overrun with creeping ivy and palms stretching up to rooftops THIS is what it would look like...

And honestly? We’re down for the post-apocalyptic-but-make-it-pretty aesthetic.

The Barbican Conservatory is one of London’s hidden gems. It’s the second biggest in the city (we like an underdog) and it’s heaving with tropical foliage that does whatever the F it wants. The best bit? It’s free!

The Fringe

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Even a global pandemic can’t keep The Fringe down. This punchy cultural powerhouse is coming to the cobbled streets of toon (that’s town, to you) from August 6th-30th.

As usual, expect boundary-breaking theatre from emerging talent, stand-up comedy, street performers and epic eats.

Can’t miss. Won’t miss.

Riverside Studios

London, United Kingdom

Stuck in an existential limbo with only each other for company…

Sound familiar? Yeah Samuel Beckett’s play, Happy Days, is an eagerly awaited arrival at Riverside Studios. It’s going to be especially poignant as it focuses on a couple who are trapped in “endless days and nights.”

Gird your loins. This one hits different. Catch it from 11th June to 25th July.

Stonehenge Summer Solstice

United Kingdom

People from all over the world come to a bunch of phallic stones to celebrate the sunset and sunrise?

Just when this year couldn’t get any weirder… Solsticefest is back at Stonehenge! There are two stages for live music and acts, stalls selling handcrafts, and an on-site bar.

Too tame? You’ll want to hit up the healing tent for a twilight session, follow up with a trip to the ‘Goddess Temple’. There’s early morning Pilates too.