What better way to while away the summer nights than sipping on a cocktail and listening to the sounds of soft jazz, Spanish guitar and live opera? A special Proms on the Roof night is perfect for music lovers in London.
If you have children to keep entertained, a theatre night at Impossible to watch magicians and illusionists perform their latest tricks is a must. Young comic book fans will have the time of their life watching Marvel's revamped Fantastic Four at the cinema.
Read on for your full list of events happening this week...
FOOD AND DRINK
Proms on the Roof with Tanqueray No. TEN
For one night only London's Kensington Roof Gardens will host Proms on the Roof – an event perfect for classical music lovers. Guests can spend a summer evening listening to the sounds of live opera, soft jazz, a Spanish guitarist and a string quartet, and sip on Tanqueray No. TEN Citrus Symphony cocktails. To complete the Proms experience, food choices include freshly prepared risotto, seafood, gourmet burgers and waffles and ice cream for dessert.
To book tickets see virginlimitededition.com/en/the-roof-gardens/whats-on.
Travel Photographer of the Year
Not going away this summer? You can travel the world in this free exhibition, which features the winning photographs from this year's Travel Photographer of the Year awards. See mesmerising shots from across the globe, all presented in an exhibition that spans the Royal Geographical Society's glass-sided pavilion, out into the terrace and down into the garden. For guests who want to visit at night, the society runs Enchanted Evenings where the judges will give special talks about the images.
For more information visit rgs.org/WhatsOn/Exhibitions/TPOTY/TPOTY.htm.
© Philip Lee Harvey
This iconic film is a modern day re-imaging of Marvel's original and oldest superhero team consisting of Kate Mara as The Invisible Woman, Miles Teller as Mr Fantastic, Michael Jordan as The Human Torch and Jamie Bell as The Thing. The four characters enter a parallel universe that makes their superhero forms alter, meaning they must use their new abilities to return the world back to its normal state. For comic and fantasy fans this great creation will have you on the edge of your seat.
Eight world-class magicians and illusionists will hit the stage of the Noel Coward Theatre in London to perform their greatest tricks and stunts, which include death-defying escapology, up-close-and-personal magic and dazzling grand stage illusions. Some of the names on the list include daredevil Jonathan Goodwin, mind-reader Chris Cox, hypnotist Damien O'Brien and magician Ben Hart.
To book tickets see noelcowardtheatre.co.uk.
Gizzi's Healthy Appetite: Food to nourish the body and feed the soul
Celebrity chef Gizzi Erskine has shared over 100 of her favourite recipes in her new healthy-eating cookbook. Among the array of incredible dishes to choose from are the spicy green chilli pork, the crunchy marinated griddled whole chicken Caesar salad, the fresh tuna tataki and the ultimate Korean BBQ. For dessert, who can resist the warm molten caramel and chocolate pudding or the fragrant maple, orange and rosemary tart?
Mitchell Beazley, £16.99
To start your week on a note of utter calm and mindfulness, book a Sunrise Yoga class at the Mondrian hotel in London. Overlooking St Pauls and the Thames, yogis are invited to practise Ashtanga, Hatha and Vinyasa yoga as the sun rises, while taking in the spectacular views. Each session is taken by Rebecca Keenaghan, an experienced yoga instructor, who helps students purify the mind, body and soul. Classes start at 7:30am and accommodate up to 20 people, so don't wait and book ahead.
To book a place, call the Bathhouse & Spa's reception on 020 3747 1010.