Soho has long been the locale of choice for all manner of bohemians, artists and rebels. Visitors who explore its warren of streets will be rewarded with some of the finest food, fashion and music London has to offer.
Roland Garros, one of the world’s most challenging tennis tournaments, will soon be underway. If you’re feeling inspired to get active, you’re in the right place – whether you’re after a gruelling half-marathon or a leisurely game of pétanque, Paris is full of spectacular exercise spots.
From 28th May to 11th June, the world’s tennis elite will descend on Paris for the French Open. With the tournament held in the exclusive western suburbs of Paris, you’ll have the opportunity to explore some of the city’s smartest spots.
This May, artists, collectors and gallerists from across the world will gather in London for Art16. Held from the 20th to the 22nd of May at Olympia London, the fair will showcase over 1000 pieces, with the established names of the art world appearing side by side with the best new talent. Keep an eye out for contemporary artist Tanya Ling, who will be producing a daily artwork in public – so you’ll be able to see her artistic process live. As for the rest of the fair, expect an eclectic schedule of performance art, gallery exhibitions and free talks examining the biggest questions in art.