Wireless Festival

Wireless Festival is back in London’s Finsbury Park this summer


Wireless Festival is back in London’s Finsbury Park this summer. Our wonderful weather won’t stop the party, so whip out your emergency wellies, slap on the sun cream and get ready for a rap-filled rave in the park.

From July 7-9, headliners Chance The Rapper, Skepta and The Weeknd will rock the main stage, followed by Sean Paul and Wiley, plus emerging talent in hip-hop, rap and grime. It’s the biggest urban music event in the UK, with tickets from £55. See wirelessfestival.co.uk. 


Get up close and personal with prehistoric beasts, if you dare. Dinosaurs In The Wild heads back 67 million years to the cretaceous plains where triceratops, pterosaurs and the mighty T-Rex roam the Earth.

Play scientist in the lab where eggs are hatching, see the first human and watch herds of dinosaurs in action. The time capsule opens up on Saturday at Birmingham’s NEC and moves to Manchester in September. Tickets cost from £18. See dinosaursinthewild.com.


It’s curtain call at Theatre Royal Bath. Artistic director Jonathan Church has announced the summer season, kicking off on Wednesday with David Hare’s comic drama Racing Demon.

David Haig stars as cleric Lionel Espy who, along with three fellow clergymen, try to make sense of their mission while facing their own personal crises. Four plays follow from July 11 including Sand In The Sandwiches and the UK premiere of North By Northwest. Tickets cost from £15. Call 01225 448844 or see theatreroyal.org.uk. 


If you’ve ever been to Canada, you’ll know Tim Hortons is a top spot for a caffeine fix. Now the chain has opened its first restaurant on Argyle Street, Glasgow, serving up sugary treats and hot cups of their famous coffee.

Drop in for a breakfast bagel or lunch and taste the signature Double Double coffee with a doughnut to go. For more information, see timhortons.com. 

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