And just like that, another Bank Holiday weekend has crept up on us. If you haven't yet cemented your plans for 28th May, here are some of the more interesting events happening in London to choose from:
Peckham Rye Park
Combining two of life's best pleasures - music and food - the 'Jam on Rye' festival is a celebration of sound system culture, featuring DJ sets throughout the day with a laid-back mix of reggae, afrobeat and jazz promised.
Visitors to Peckham Rye Park can soak up the atmosphere while tucking in to a bite from any one of a number of street food stalls, including pizza, jerk chicken and Mexican tacos.
For culture vultures, the Royal Opera House is playing host to the newly-reformed Swan Lake production, which has a matinee performance on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon.
One of the most loved ballets in production, choreographer Liam Scarlett is bringing fresh eyes to the staging of the performance while remaining true to the ballet's classic approach.
All Points East
Victoria Park in Hackney is the setting for a celebration of equality at this all-day-long party.
Commemorating 90 years since women were given equal voting rights to men in the UK, the event is completely free to enter and guests will enjoy live music, panel talks, exhibitions, workshops and screenings.
An art exhibition about the scientific evidence of worldwide viruses, Capsid is an illustrative masterpiece incorporating over 250 pieces of art at The Gallery in Dilston Grove, near Southwark Park.
Esteemed London-based artist John Walter is the visionary behind the multi-media installation.
The London Cheese Project
The final day of a three-day celebration of artisan cheese, make your Bank Holiday Monday richer and creamier at the London Cheese Project, held at the Geffrye Museum.
With free tasting sessions and live mozzarella making available as part of a wide range of events, tickets cost just £5 for all your dairy delights.
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