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What to do in Clapham this JULY

Days are filled with tennis watching, Pimms sipping and suncream applying. It can only mean one thing. July is here.

Listen to some soothing jazz

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When: 2nd July

Where: Pig’s Head, SW4 ODR

We wrote about it here, but what you need to know is that Bobby Quigley’s organ trio will be serenading lunchers at the Pig’s Head with their signature jazz tunes. A lovely way to spend a Saturday afternoon if you ask us.

Watch live Flamenco

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When: 8th & 9th July

Where: Landor Space, SW9 9PH

World renowned flamenco experts are descending on Landor Space for 2 nights only to give you a show to remember. Sexy, energetic and captivating… and will probably make you want to apply for Strictly.

See a lesbian cabaret

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When: 14th July

Where: Two Brewers, SW4 7UJ

Known for her cabaret, sketches, comedy and spoken word performances, the evening will be hosted by Belszki. She’ll be bringing on hilarious and talented guests throughout the night to guarantee a full evening’s entertainment.

Boogie to some punk reggae

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When: 30th July

Where: The Bread & Roses

After a funky evening? This is your spot. Head to The Bread & Roses for one night only, you’ll be able to dance your socks off to a live band playing punk reggae. And it’s completely free!

Go to a Sri Lankan inspired supper club

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When: 6th July

Where: The King & Co, SW4 7BZ

If you like a hopper, a bit of spice or want to try something a bit different then this is the supper club for you. The King & Co are hosting Hop & Roll, Sri Lankan street food specialists, on the 6th. They’ll serve an exciting 4 course menu of dishes like mutton rolls, pol roti and, of course, hoppers. The whole thing will be a steal at £45- get your tickets quick!

Go to the 96 festival

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When: Until the 16th July

Where: Omnibus Theatre, SW4 0QW

Every year the Omnibus Theatre celebrates queerness through a series of shows. Over the next few weeks they’ve got a huge variety of performers and plays to show queerness in theatre.

Enjoy some al fresco music

When: Every weekend until the 31st July

Where: Clapham Common Bandstand

Get an upgrade to your weekend wanderings on the Common by swinging by the Bandstand. Every Sat and Sun until the end of July they’ll be featuring new performers to serenade you as you walk. Lovely.

See some theatre and rap improv

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When: 29th July

Where: The Bread & Roses Theatre, SW4 6DZ

Rap and acting… Maybe not two modes of performance you’d naturally put together? Over at The Bread & Roses the ‘maniacal and zany crowd of The Aquarium will perform a dual show with the improvised beat box rap group Track 96’. Intriguing? Sure. Worth checking out? Absolutely.

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