Sometimes there is so much going on in the month, that it can be difficult to choose what to do, or attend. We know that feeling! To make it easier for you, we’ve rounded up our top 5 recommendations from Time Out on this month’s events, so you can spend your time more wisely (we also suggest a quick trip to our flagship store, of course!).
 
Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, Mayfair

Exhibiting at the contemporary Art Gallery in Mayfair until the 25th of August, the Picasso exhibition is an interesting curation by Sir John Richardson, examining the intersection of some of Picasso’s bullfighting imagery with his mythological and biographical compositions of the 1930’s. It’s comprised of a mixture of arts, such as paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and ceramics, all presented in an innovative way.
 

Roof Terrace Summer Sessions at the Ham Yard Hotel, Soho

Treat yourself to some colourful cocktails at the Ham Yard Hotel’s exclusive Roof Terrace Bar in Soho in this series of Summer Sessions. For £15 per entry, you get a welcoming drink and will have the opportunity to enjoy either a Summer Sundowners session watching the sun set over London, Garden to Glass session filled with botanical drinks, and a Rosé on the Roof night with a choice of rosé from around the world.
 

Yerma at the Young Vic Theatre, Southwark

If the theatre is your choice of entertainment, Yerma will be at the Young Vic theatre until the 31st of August. In this modernized version of the 1934 play, Billie Piper portrays a woman driven to the unthinkable driven by her desire to have a child. If you’re after a play that is both funny yet moving at the same time, then we recommend you get some tickets to watch this powerful production.
 

The Barbican Conservatory, Barbican

For a lovely day out with family and friends, the second biggest conservatory in london is one to visit. Though only open on Sunday afternoons and bank holiday’s, it’s home to exotic fish and thousands of species of tropical plants and trees. This tropical oasis is a breathtaking hidden treasure, right in the heart of Barbican.

 
Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern, South Bank

For another interesting art exhibition, Fahrelnissa Zeid’s abstract work is being showcased in the Tate Modern, and if you’ve got an eye for art, you will enjoy this. Her obsession with lines and vibrant colours creates mesmerizing kaleidoscopic paintings and cements her as one of the greatest female artists of the 20th century.
 
If nothing tickles your fancy, why not explore Jermyn Street? We hear there’s a heritage shirtmakers and tailor’s shop you might like. 


 For more information please visit the below links:
https://www.timeout.com/london/art/picasso-minotaurs-and-matadors
https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/roof-terrace-summer-sessions
https://www.firmdalehotels.com/hotels/london/ham-yard-hotel/roof-terrace/roof-terrace-summer-sessions/
https://www.timeout.com/london/theatre/yerma-3#tab_panel_3
https://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/yerma
https://www.timeout.com/london/art/fahrelnissa-zeid
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/fahrelnissa-zeid
https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/sights-for-sore-eyes-alternative-places-to-visit-in-london
https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/sights-for-sore-eyes-alternative-places-to-visit-in-london
http://www.barbican.org.uk/visitor-information/conservatory