What’s on this weekend, 10th-12th July

Whether you’re looking to head back into the world, or keep inside for just a little while longer, the #PushTEAM have put together a list of what’s on in the city this weekend …

Join an outdoor exercise class

“Gyms may be closed for now, but many London fitness studios are taking their classes outdoors, while adhering to social distancing measures. From Paola’s Body Barre, FLEX Chelsea, Core Collective and The Fore, discover the outdoor exercises available in London” – Country & Townhouse

Head back to the National Gallery

“The National Gallery is to be the first major London museum to reopen, following the coronavirus closures. Opening hours will be reduced, and it will get only a small proportion of its normal visitors […] Visitors will need to book tickets in advance” – The Art Newspaper

Visit the new Harrods in Westfield

“Venture to the White City end of Westfield this weekend and you’ll discover a massive, shiny new store stuffed full of current season product all at a minimum 40 per cent off. This is Harrods Outlet, the department store’s first discount concept” – Evening Standard

Tune in to the Matchesfashion and Moncler launch party

“In celebration of Matchesfashion’s new partnership with Moncler Genius, the latest collection by 7 Moncler Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara will be highlighted in a live event from across two continents […] With two DJs based in London and Tokyo” – GQ

Celebrate Pride online

“Pride is going to be a little different this year. We might not be able to march or party, but LGBTQ+ people won’t stay hidden this summer, as Pride Inside takes over the nation’s outdoor advertising sites to showcase our community in all its diverse, united, socially distant glory” – Pride Inside

Take the Plastic Free July Challenge

“If you’re eco-conscious but not sure how to begin giving up all plastics, use this global movement to dip your toes in the water and have a go at giving up the problematic material for a month” – Culture Whisper

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