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What to do in London


Can’t get a table at El Pastor? You’re in luck because the Harts Group is opening a second marvellous Mexican restaurant in Soho. We’ll tostada to that. Now open. 66-70 Brewer Street, W1

Moving pictures

Get your mitts on a copy of The Soul Of A Nation Reader, by Allie Biswas and Mark Godfrey, a new tome brimming with works and writings by and about black artists in the age of Malcolm X and the Black Panthers.
£34.99; Gregory Miller & Co


Avoid a foul on match day with a visit to the Goat Euro 2021 pop-up at Infernos, where there will be top-notch HD screens, a live-band for football singalongs and plenty of atmosphere. Tickets from £12. Starts 12 June. 146 Clapham High Street, SW4

Best footie forward

Snap up tickets to see a Euros match at Fanpark Euro 2021, which will not only get you a spot in front of a gigantic screen but also includes a pie and two drinks each. Score! Tickets £17.50. From 12 June. Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, E2

Time for tea

Rejoice! After a string of exceptional singles and EPs, Greentea Peng’s psychedelic, soulful debut album of R&B, Man Made, is finally here. Out 4 June. £12.99

Ready, set, Gogh

Have a starry, starry night at the Van Gogh Alive experience, an immersive, 20,000 square foot exhibition of the artist’s works in a breathtaking, digitally animated format. Tickets £22.90. Kensington Gardens. 4 Jun to 26 Sep


Head to the British Museum for a look at Nero: The Man Behind The Myth, an exhibition delving into the life of the notoriously devilish emperor of Rome, who may not have been quite as dastardly as we’ve been led to believe. Tickets £20. Until 24 Oct