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The Savoy Concierge Guide To London – July 2023

05-07-2023 / London Concierge Guide


Wimbledon Championships

All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club – 3rd-16th July 2023

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is widely regarded as the most prestigious. Known
for its lush grass courts, Wimbledon showcases the world’s top tennis players. The tournament’s rich history, royal
patronage, and traditional customs make it a cherished and highly anticipated event in the tennis calendar.


BBC Proms

Royal Albert Hall – 14th July-9th September 2023

With a history dating back to 1895, BBC Proms is one of the longest-running music festivals in the world. The
Proms feature a series of concerts held over several weeks, showcasing a diverse range of classical music
performed by renowned orchestras, conductors, and soloists.


Buckingham Palace State Rooms

Buckingham Palace – 14th July-24th September 2023

These lavishly decorated rooms are filled with stunning artwork, fine furniture, and ornate details, providing
visitors with a glimpse into the opulence of the British monarchy. While usually closed to the public, the State
Rooms are open during the summer months when King Charles III goes on holiday.



Young V&A

Young V&A Museum – From 1st July 2023

After seven intensive years of dedicated planning and design, the Young V&A open their doors this July. Get
ready to spark your creativity, where children, young people and families can imagine, play and design. Be
inspired by spaces, explore the collection and get creative.


A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography

Tate Modern – From 6th July 2023

Bringing together a group of artists from different generations, this exhibition will address how photography,
film, audio, and more have been used to reimagine Africa’s diverse cultures and historical narratives. Moving
beyond a traditional exhibition, the show seeks to explore the ways images travel across histories.


Frank Auerbach: Twenty Self-Portraits

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert – Until 14th July 2023

Self-portraits are a notably rare aspect of Frank Auerbach’s oeuvre. Known primarily for his portraits of a small
group of sitters and urban landscapes of the neighbourhood surrounding his home in North London. Now in his
90s, this major series of works explores the artist turning to his mirror image as source material.


Our Theatre Recommendations

Dear England 

Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, South Bank – until 11 August 2023

Written by James Graham (the author of ‘Quiz’, ‘Sherwood’, and ‘Ink’) this unusual play has as its subject Gareth
Southgate, the England football team manager, with Joseph Fiennes taking on the lead role. We, the audience,
are left to decide for ourselves about Southgate and his touchy-feely approach to managing the team. The
writing means that the play is accessible to all, not just those with footie knowledge, as it covers weighty subjects
including toxic masculinity and discrimination. And, weirdly, it moves you to tears


Ain’t Too Proud

The Prince Edward Theatre – until 7 January 2024

Arrives in the West End following its award-winning run on Broadway. It’s the story of The Temptations, so you get
all the slick dance moves and all the glorious songs that you would expect: “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone”, “My Girl”, “If
You Don’t Know Me By Now” – the list goes on! It is energetic, straightforward and tuneful and the performances
are shining. If you are looking for a good time, and that is exactly what you will get!


Crazy For You

Gillian Lynne Theatre – Until 20 January 2024

Charlie Stemp has really matured to become a true star of musical theatre. He plays Bobby, the banker with a
heart of gold, sent to foreclose on a small-town theatre. And he is sensational. His dancing, from smooth waltz to
frenzied tap, is sublime; and his Norman Wisdom style goofball comedy is brilliant. Indeed the whole production
is magnificent: a feast of infectious melodies, fabulous dancing, and irresistible comedy


New Restaurant Openings

Masala Zone

Piccadilly – Expected Opening date: Open Now

Taking over the highly impressive Grade II Criterion building on Piccadilly Circus, Masala Zone becomes one of
London’s most impressive dining rooms. The restaurant, which comes from the same team as Veeraswamy, it’s
described as a panoramic range of Indian food from the homes and street stalls across India’s regions.


Cantinetta Antinori

Knightsbridge – Expected Opening date: Open now

Cantinetta Antinori will be a team-up in Knightsbridge between the famous Italian winemakers, The Antinori
family and the Monaco family – the Giraudis – who opened Le Petit Beefbar in London last year. The restaurant will
offer relaxed all-day Italian dining highlighting both traditional and contemporary Tuscan recipes, and live jazz
each evening.



Soho – Expected Opening date: Open Now

Named after the much-loved (but now closed) legendary London fish restaurant, Manzi’s is a new two-floored all-day restaurant with a menu strongly focusing on seafood but also serving meat and vegetarian dishes like Roast Landes chicken with potato rosti or Levantine spiced aubergine.