Five things that are inspiring us this week

Facing the World

Facing the World

We live in a selfie-obsessed world ‒ but it’s not all Kim K’s fault. This fascinating exhibition explores how artists ‒ from Munch to Warhol ‒ have been creating self-images for centuries.

16th July ‒ 16th October, nationalgalleries.org
Latitude

Latitude

So many festivals, so little time. If you only have time (and pockets deep enough) for one, make it Latitude. The acts we most want to see? The National (above), New Order and Father John Misty.

14th ‒ 17th July, latitudefestival.com
The Slide at ArcelorMittal Orbit

The Slide at ArcelorMittal Orbit

Nostalgic for when summer was all about playing in the park with your mates? Then get yourself down to London’s Olympic Park to try out the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide. Wheeee!

Open now, arcelormittalorbit.com
Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne

Matt Damon is “Bourne again” (sorry) as he reunites with director Paul Greengrass for the fifth instalment of the spy series. With Tommy Lee Jones and Vincent Cassel as the bad guys, we think it’s the best one yet.

Showing in cinemas from Friday 29th July
Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

First it was Matilda, now Tim Minchin turns his hand to another 90s classic. Sadly, there’s no Bill Murray, but thanks to some brilliant new tunes, this is a show you’ll want to see over and over (and over) again.

16th August ‒ 17th September, oldvictheatre.com

5 of the Best Road Trips

5 of the Best
Road Trips

Discover the world’s greatest
highways to head out on.

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Icons: Short-Sleeved Shirts

Icons: Short-Sleeved
Shirts

Get some style inspiration
from a few more famous faces.

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Summer Packing Tips: Last Style of Defense

Summer Packing Tips:
Last Style of Defense

Packing a holiday suitcase? Dan
Hasby-Oliver shows us how it's done.

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