August Bank Holiday is nearly upon us, and we’ve made our list of the Top 5 things to do near Courage Yard to keep you entertained!

1. For that (likely) rainy day

Visit the Bridge Theatre. View the latest production at the Bridge Theatre, A Midsummer Nights Dream, starring Gwendoline Christie. An immersive dream world from Shakespeare’s forest play, certain tickets for this play will get audience members directly involved with the action whey they can move as the story develops around them.

£69.50, £55, £39.50, £25, £15
Reduced prices for previews & midweek matinees

2. For a spot of culture

Visit the Anise Gallery. To immerse yourself in culture over the Bank Holiday, Shad Thames is perfect, and right on your door step!  The Anise Gallery is an architectural artwork gallery which is inspired by structures and uses a wide range of media to present exciting exhibitions, events and more!

Visit their website for more information here 

3. For the party in you

Visit The View from The Shard. This Summer, the Shard Sessions continue. With live music performed 800ft above London’s ground level, drinks in collaboration from Moët & Chandon, and Colin Francis, DJ Luck & Mc Neat, Mark Wright, Nathan Dawe, Rickie & Melvin, Foor and many more, it’s a party you really won’t want to miss out on.

General Admission tickets £39
& Glass of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial

4. For a fun day out

Not necessarily near Courage Yard, however you can’t mention August Bank Holiday in London without mentioning Notting Hill carnival.  One of the largest street carnivals in the world, Notting Hill carnival celebrates Caribbean heritage with food, dancing, music and so much more, starting at 6am and lasting way into the night.

It’s free to attend, just make sure to pack your a bag for a day full of walking, dancing and more!

5. For history

Visit the Tower Bridge. The iconic London landmark, Tower Bridge, is celebrating 125 years since it was built. With events, festivals, yoga and of course bridge lifting for all members of the family, Tower Bridge is a great place to spend the August Bank Holiday.

Tickets when bought in advance
£8.80 adult, £3.80 child
£6.10 concession