Thank you for the mu­sic

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Adele, El­ton John and Phil Collins are just some of the big­gest names in mu­sic who were born and bred in London. This month we ded­i­cate our cover to Adele, the multi-award-win­ning su­per­star straight out of Tot­ten­ham, who has won Brits, Gram­mys and even an Os­car. Find out how you can see the singer and other fa­mous faces at fes­ti­vals and con­certs (p. 14). One of Bri­tain’s other big ex­ports is

Harry Pot­ter. It’s hard to be­lieve that it has been 20 years since J.K. Rowl­ing wrote the first book in the se­ries. Use our guide to film lo­ca­tions across London and the Warner Bros. Stu­dio Tour London, so you can fall un­der the spell again (p. 10).

London knows how to make the most of the sum­mer. En­joy the high life in a rooftop restau­rant (p. 62); see outdoor art, courtesy of the Ser­pen­tine Pavil­ion (p. 36); or get lost in one of the city’s se­cret spaces dur­ing the

Open Gar­den Squares Week­end (p. 22). I had the plea­sure of speak­ing to co­me­dian

Ru­fus Hound, who is star­ring in the stage ver­sion of The Wind in the Wil­lows. Read his in­ter­view, in which he shares his favourite things to do in London – from ex­hi­bi­tions to eat­ing out – and tells us why he thinks the city stands out from the rest of the world (p. 82).

Have an amaz­ing time! KO­HI­NOOR SA­HOTA Group Edi­tor Where London

Ko­hi­noor at Warner Bros. Stu­dio Tour

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