Cul­ture drop

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ROCK EN SEINE

Wish­ing you’d booked a for­eign fes­ti­val, but surg­ing flight prices are rul­ing it out? Con­sider jump­ing on the Eurostar to pop across to this Parisian fes­ti­val fea­tur­ing Jus­tice, Die Antwo­ord and Wolf Alice. So chic. 24-26 Au­gust, rock­en­seine.com

INCREDI BLES 2

Bor­row some chil­dren if you have to – though ev­ery­one knows it’s to­tally fine to go as an adult to see a great Dis­ney film. Ev­ery­one’s favourite su­per­hero fam­ily are back, but this time mum He­len (AKA Holly Hunter) finds her­self in the spot­light, leav­ing Bob at home to play house­hus­band-hero… Out Fri­day

RIVER STAGE

This free fes­ti­val from the Na­tional The­atre and other arts or­gan­i­sa­tions prom­ises to fill Lon­don’s South­bank with live mu­sic, dance, the­atre and fam­ily work­shops. Week­ends from Fri­day un­til 12 Au­gust, na­tion­althe­atre.org.uk

THE IN­FLU­ENCE PRO­JECT

A pho­tog­ra­phy ex­hi­bi­tion cel­e­brat­ing the im­pact that lead­ing black mu­si­cians have had on con­tem­po­rary sound and cul­ture. Part of the East Wing Edit, a sum­mer pro­gramme of free ac­tiv­ity for all ages. Now un­til 22 Au­gust, som­er­set­house.org.uk

SUM­MER STREETS

Ev­ery Sun­day un­til 22 July, one of the coun­try’s top shop­ping des­ti­na­tions, Lon­don’s Re­gent Street, goes traf­fic-free for this sum­mery fes­ti­val. There’s Ar­gen­tinian food from Gau­cho, Lu­l­ule­mon have work­out classes, and Tommy Hil­figer are in­stalling a gi­ant Scalex­tric. re­gentstree­ton­line.com

LUNA CIN­EMA

The UK’S lead­ing open-air cin­ema com­pany is back, launch­ing kids’ cin­e­mas and beach cin­e­mas (show­ing foot­ball and tennis as well as films) across the coun­try. It’s also host­ing 175 more screen­ings at beau­ti­ful locations from Leeds Cas­tle to Bolton Abbey. Thelu­nacin­ema.com

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