In this article, we highlight some of the unmissable summer events in Chelsea that the whole family can enjoy! There is plenty to see and lots of fun to be had, so without further ado, here are just a few of the exciting opportunities that can make your summer one to remember.
16th-24th September 2023
London Design Festival is an annual festival celebrating and promoting our city as the design capital of the world. The next edition will take place on 16-24 September 2023 and the Chelsea Design District will return to showcase the neighbourhood’s incredible creative talent both past and present.
We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered up with Cadogan and have encouraged our tenants across the Chelsea District to sign up as partners and join us. The festival attracts a young, diverse metropolitan and culturally engaged audience. Last year the festival generated over 1.4 million visits to a programme of over 300 activities across London! We look forward to seeing you this year for an even greater event!
28th April 2023 – 30th September 2023
There is nothing quite like enjoying a delicious meal in the open summer breeze. With such a beautiful atmosphere, it would be rude not to host another Summer in Sloane Square event! Open until September, summer begins here as the hotspot of the year returns with a fresh new look to truly enjoy summer in the city.
Whether you fancy a sumptuous cocktail or a tasty treat, a quick lunch can turn into an evening out with three pop ups to choose from! The Royal Court Theatre is serving up its unmissable summer menu of small sharing plates, burgers (with vegan options), and more. The Botanist is also partnering up with Botanist Gin to serve the ultimate cocktail menu, hand-crafted from 22 foraged ingredients.
If you’re looking to indulge in culture, French restaurant, Côte, returns in partnership with Laurent-Perrier, offering delectable cocktails and French-inspired dishes. Take in the little moments of the city, with Summer in Sloane Square, all while relaxing away from the busy day-to-day of London.
27th August 2023
We truly are a neighbourhood known for our love of pets, and what better way to celebrate than to bring your little furry friends to be part of our very first Chelsea Dog Day in late August? Enjoy a bank holiday weekend of true doggy haven, with a dog-themed market, a host of dog-friendly entertainment and experience over 50 brands participating in in-store activity. From Gucci to Prada, The Cadogan Hotel to Love My Human, there is plenty to see and do with your pups.
Don’t miss out on dog-friendly cinema screenings, delicious doggy brunches and the cutest ‘pawtrait’ artists. There is even a selection of dog-friendly ice cream and free bones from the local butcher to truly spoil our favourite friends.
*The Four Legged Foodies dog market will take place at Duke of York Square between 10-4pm, hosting 20 food, art and accessories stalls.
5th June 2023 – 17th September 2023
The Saatchi Gallery has announced its free admission summer programme that includes a series of four must-see exhibitions that will have you coming back to the Gallery time, and time again. As we come into August, Here are the two exhibitions you can still catch until the end of the month and onwards.
2nd June – 17th September 2023
‘’CIVILIZATION: The Way We Live Now is a landmark exhibition that tracks the visual threads of humanity and our extraordinarily complex life across the globe through the works of 150 of the world’s most accomplished photographers. Featuring many never-before-seen images, the show celebrates the diverse material and spiritual cultures that make up global societies today, spanning Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Americas. Tickets from £10, Saatchi Gallery Members go free.’’
21st July – 28th August 2023
‘’Want the World to Know by Michael Forbes is a showcase of new works by Nottingham-based artist Michael Forbes; a mix of sculpture, installation, photography and digital media that explores themes of racial politics, migration, history and religion through a lens that challenges us to examine the dichotomy of blackness and whiteness. Free to attend and no booking required.’’
1st July to 31st August 2023
Kensington and Chelsea Festival offers a range of unique activities across the borough including indoor performances, art installations and free outdoor pop up family shows. The K&C Festival aims to bring the people of London together to celebrate, inspire, and be inspired.
The multi-arts festival provides a little something for everyone, with the sole purpose of lifting everyone’s spirits through celebration, culture and creativity. Take a look at some of the brilliant events happening in our previous blog to discover more.
* Kensington and Chelsea Festival is funded and run by Kensington and Chelsea Council.
Saturday 9th of September 2023 3pm
In conjunction with Chelsea Dog Day organised by Cadogan Estates, King’s Road Strutz will be back with a wonderful pack of dogs strutting their stuff for charity and this year we are supporting Team PDSA and The Cinnamon Trust.
Come and see some of the finest pet brands who have generously donated wonderful accessories and garments for our dogs to model – some have even donated some exciting auction prizes to win!
15th September to 19th September 2023
Experience a world of fashion fantasy and ultimate glamour at London Fashion Week just a few blocks away from Sloane Square. The September event is widely known as one of the world’s most prestigious fashion events, and the week’s worth of unique trends and elite designers are not to be missed.
Summer is just getting started, make sure to fill your calendar this August with some fun-filled events in Chelsea. Get in touch with us today to discover more about what’s on in the upcoming months.