Intern’s choice: Things not to miss in London (and Brighton) this May

Intern’s choice: Things not to miss in London (and Brighton) this May

Audiovisual culture

Roxy’s pick: Sauna on Brighton Beach

This May I will spend a lot of time working our Finnish Season at Brighton Fringe Festival. When I’m not working, I’ll sure be relaxing at the Warmth Brighton sauna. The sauna is built in a horse box and it is run by Brighton’s own sauna master Katie Bracher.

Warmth Brighton, tickets £10, Open until 3.6. For times and bookings see:

Hannele’s pick: Yoga and meditation outdoors, for free!

If you are passionate about yoga and love parks in the springtime like me, this is the right event for you! Holistic Joy Centre will offer a guided yoga and meditation practice in Green Park, open to all levels. After the practice I will join a nourishing vegetarian picnic with my fellow-yogis.

Bring a yoga mat, picnic goodies to share, and your wonderful self.   

Pop-up Park Joy Yoga, Sun 20 May 2018, 12–15, Green Park, meeting point at the Diana Fountain, W1J 9DZ London. Admission: Free. In case of rain the event will be postponed. Register at

 Keren’s pick: London ZSL Zoo

Visit London Zoo in Regents park this May. It is the world’s oldest scientific zoo and located in the beautiful Regents park in Camden area. See penguin beach and experience the exotic Butterfly paradise. Step into the Land of the Lions and meet the gorilla family at Gorilla Kingdom. There is also a big aquarium and reptile house. London Zoo is the home of Safari animals such as giraffes, zeebras, lemurs and hippos.

Address: Regent’s Park, London, England NW1 4RY. Buy tickets online and get a 10 percent discount: ticket price: £ 24,30

 Veera’s pick: Rooftop Film Club

 The summer is almost here, and one of the best ways to enjoy it is to watch a film outside. There are several outdoor cinemas in London. My choice is Rooftop Film Club, where I can watch my all time favourite film Moulin Rouge on 10/5! Before the screening, you can have a drink at the Rooftop East Bar, and play games with your friends. What a great way to spend a warm summer evening!

Address: Roof East, 45a Broadway, London E15 1XD. Lounge Seat £14,95.

 Oula’s pick: Field Day Festival

Strictly speaking my pick takes place in June, but this one needs some preparations: The Field Day festival has moved to a new home in South London and will take place in Brockwell Park on June 1st and 2nd. The festival has become a mainstay in London’s busy festival calendar and is again drawing a number of talented artists from around the world. There’s something for everybody with various genres such as hip hop, jazz and electronic music well covered. This is a must, don’t miss out!

1.6–2.6. Address: Brockwell Park, SE24 9BL Tickets: £44,50–85



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