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CAPITAL GAINS
What to do in London

1

Green CUISINE
Swing by the Serpentine for breakfast, lunch or dinner at The Magazine, where the brand new and exceptionally delicious ‘climavore’ menu focuses on using ingredients with a regenerative effect on the planet. West Carriage Drive, W2

2

TAKE FIVE
Get a whiff of the Chanel Factory 5 pop-up at Selfridges Corner Shop, celebrating 100 years of the iconic No5 fragrance. 400 Oxford Street,
W1

3

READY, STEADY, REGO
For a dose of arresting
art, see the Paula Rego exhibition at Tate Britain, the largest retrospective of the feminist artist’s eccentric multi-disciplinary works to date. Tickets £18. Until 24 Oct

4

West End TUNES
Tune in to Soho Music Month for walking tours detailing the area’s rich musical history, talks with local legends such as Philip Sallon, a tip-top vinyl sale and plenty of live music.
Until 31 Jul

5

TASTING TIMES
Guzzle, gobble and gluttonise your way through this year’s
Taste London festival, featuring masterclasses by the likes of Asma Khan of Chef’s Table and food by Napoli Gang and Gaucho. Tickets from £23. 7-11 & 14-18 Jul

6

SHOW ON THE ROAD
Pop down to Covent Garden for a peek at the Royal Opera House Unlocked festival, where the institution’s very best performers are taking to the cobbles for free productions and workshops until the end of the month. From 10 Jul

7

Mamma MIA
Run, don’t walk: the brains behind Gloria and Circolo Popolare have opened the fabulous Florence-inspired restaurant Ave Mario, where overindulgence is actively encouraged. 15 Henrietta Street, WC2