Listings: What’s On this week

A Right Royale Tea

A hilarious new immersive comedy dining experience, shining the spotlight on a fictional aristocratic family, is coming to central London. A Right Royale Tea is at the Amba Hotel, Charing Cross.

In the show, the audience is part of the action – actors mingle and interact with the diners, with each actor portraying a character as the story unfolds.

Some of the performance is improvised, drawing from topical events and audience participation, with the remaining following a scripted narrative.

The audience sees Lord and Lady Right and their servants fight to raise vital funds to save their crumbling castle.

As Lady Right gets more and more tipsy throughout the fundraiser, Lord Right is on the lookout for a handsome (and rich) suitor for his beloved daughter, Ginny, who is more into Harry Potter than Prince Harry.

Richard, his lawyer, is desperately trying to keep everything in order, while trying to ensure the entertainment arrives on time.

Will the mysterious painting raise enough cash to save the Right family? And who will save the day?

Expect unexpected 1920s elegance and a stiff-upper lip during a delightful traditional afternoon tea including scones, sandwiches and cakes.

With mischievous maids, boisterous butlers, a magical daughter and a sumptuous songstress, what could possibly go wrong?!

Performances take place at the Amba Hotel, Charing Cross, every Sunday afternoon from June 23 from 2.30pm until 5pm.
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Queer Walls: LGBTQ History at Eltham Palace

English Heritage is hosting its first Pride event with an intimate, after-hours evening at Eltham Palace as the charity explores LGBTQ histories at the Tudor-palace-turned-millionaire’s-mansion.
From 7pm-10pm. Tickets £15.
Court Yard, Eltham, Greenwich


Chelsea’s Annual Summer Fete

Celebrate the start of summer with Chelsea’s annual Summer Fete, taking place across the streets of SW3. Duke of York Square will play host to the ultimate garden party, inviting families to relax while enjoying acoustic music by roaming musicians, or take part in sporting events and games.
From 10am-6pm. Free to attend.
June 22


West End Live

The show features live performances from London’s most celebrated West End musicals, with more than 50 performances expected to take place . The event is free to the public. No tickets are required, with entry operated on a first come, first served basis.
Trafalgar Square
June 22-23

Bronx Gothic

Part theatre, part dance and part visual art installation, Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic delves into her memories of growing up in the Bronx, before emerging into a breathtaking exploration of girlhood.
Young Vic, Waterloo
Until June 29


Faith Ringgold

The work of Faith Ringgold is celebrated in this exhibition at the Serpentine Galleries, her first in a European institution. For more than five decades, Ringgold has consistently challenged perceptions of African American identity and gender inequality through the lenses of the feminist and the civil rights movements. Serpentine Gallery, Knightsbridge
Until September


Portobello Spanish Festival

A feast for all senses, the Portobello Spanish Festival is a family-friendly event for London’s Latino loving communities, visitors, businesses and residents. An authentic and vibrant Spanish Feria atmosphere will be created with Flamenco Dancing, Spanish Music and performances, as well as arts and crafts workshops and face painting for children.
Portobello Road
June 23


Sony and Rye Wax to host exclusive in-store event for vinyl lovers

Guests will be able to drop in to Rye Wax and ask DJ D.A.V.E all their vinyl related questions, including advice on how to start a record collection, breaking into the DJ scene and top tricks and tips for how to spot a valuable vinyl when shopping around.
From 1.00pm – 5.00pm This is a free event.
Rye Wax, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham
June 22


Bare: A Pop Opera

It is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, and issues such as repression, rejection and suicide remain major topics that need to be tackled and further highlighted. Following a group of high school seniors navigating drugs, sex and queer identity at a Catholic boarding school, Bare: A Pop Opera is an explosive rock opera.
The Vaults, Leake Street, Waterloo
Until August


The Luna Cinema – Legally Blonde

An open air cinema comes to Tooting Common to present a night of classic film under the stars in one of South London’s largest open green spaces. The Reese Witherspoon lawyer comedy, Legally Blonde, is Wednesday night’s pick.
Tooting Common,
June 26


Mum2mum market

A pop-up market for parents to buy and sell top quality second hand baby and children’s clothes, toys, books and equipment will be hitting the streets of Wimbledon. There are 40 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. £2 per adult. Kids go free.
Ricards Lodge High School, Lake Road, Wimbledon
June 22


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