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Gravity's Guide

Spending June in London. Things to do!

The summer sunshine is slowly creeping in so we are starting to see more and more events popping up around the city! Even if it rains, don't let that stop you. Here's a round up of our suggestions:

  1. Catch a class at 1Rebel

With locations dotted all around central London, 1Rebel offer many high intensity workouts that you should take part in! If you’re a Gravity Co member, you’re invited to join our Wellness Kick Off session with our new friends at 1Rebel Bayswater!

  1. See New York Mets vs Philadelphia Phillies  as part of the MLB World Tour: London Series

Fan of baseball but the USA is too far away? Well… the MLB are coming to you. There are still some tickets to the 2 games which will be played over the weekend.

  1. Explore The Conservatory x Ranjani Shettar

The Conservatory over at the Barbican will be hosting Rabjani Shettar’s first major institutional show in Europe. Shettar’s sculptures are each handcrafted by the artist and draw inspiration from the complexity of nature.

  1. Check out the London Festival of Architecture

A month-long event held every June throughout London, celebrating architecture and urban development. Its mission is to foster conversations about architecture, explore innovative ideas, and highlight emerging talent. Check out the events happening here.

  1. Go to one of the Zoo Nights at London Zoo

Every Friday evening from June 7 to July 26, 2024, London Zoo will be open exclusively for adults from 6pm to 10pm. Experience the Zoo after hours, enjoying the exhibits in a relaxed, child-free atmosphere.

  1. Check out Between the Bridges

Your entire summer is planned with a diverse lineup of free and ticketed events, including drag shows, themed club nights, DJs, live performances, and brunches—all set against the best skyline backdrop in the city.

  1. Taste of London Festival

This year celebrates the 20th edition of the ultimate food celebration. Get feasting in London’s iconic Regent’s Park!

  1. London Design Biennale

Showcasing design innovation, creativity, and research from global participants, the Biennale highlights the significance and universal impact of design in modern life and culture. It is a 3 week long international exhibition.

  1. Visit Portobello Road Market

If you haven’t already seen, our new property, Gravity Living - Notting Hill is in very close proximity to the market! Pop by and see what’s going on.