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May-time in London

London’s outdoor events season takes off in style this month.  Fingers crossed the sun will shine, but, if it should rain and it usually does, it won’t spoil the fun – thankfully we’re used to it – as they say, ‘the show must go on!’

Museums at Night: 13th-16th May
Museums and Galleries across London, and the UK, are staying open after hours with special events and activities.  It’s a good way to see an exhibition without all the crowds.
Museums At Night

Regents Park Open Air Theatre: from 15th May
The atmosphere, people and performances make the open air theatre at Regents Park a unique theatre going experience.  Take a picnic and a blanket and maybe an umbrella – the weather will always have a part to play!
Open Air Theatre

Chelsea Flower Show: 19th-23rd May
The Chelsea Flower Show is an annual spectacle in London that attracts royalty and celebrity.  Tickets for the public days on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are often scarce, but there are also lots of floral-themed events taking place in and around Chelsea.
Chelsea Flower Show

Warner Bros Studio Tour: 22nd May
Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss this very special evening.
WB Studio Tour

FA Cup Final: 30th May
Wembley Stadium
The FA Cup Final marks the end of the season and for football fans everywhere, it’s a game not to be missed.  The excitement will stretch beyond Wembley and pubs and bars all over London providing tv screens (and refreshments) for people to watch the game.
Wembley Stadium

For daily weather updates: BBC/Weather