Here's your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead:


  • Shir in the Park

Borehamwood Times: Shir

Join top Jewish music group in Golders Hill Park for a midsummer afternoon of song and dance. Shir’s dance sets are legendary in the community, with their simcha and led Israeli dancing (a Jewish ceilidh). Join the world’s longest Yesh Lanu Tayish line.

London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, North End Road, Golders Green, July 20, 3pm to 5pm. Details: 020 8457 5000,


  • Uluzuzulalia

Enter the mysterious world of Bobolo and Big Mouth’s interactive voice playground, with its patchwork light, bubbling colour and silky sound. Create a vocal tornado, howl with wolves, chirp with baby crocs, and make bubbles tremble. You can also host a beatboxing party, invent magic words and cast magic spells.

artsdepot, Tally Ho Corner, Nether Street, North Finchley, July 20, 12pm and 3pm. Details: 020 8369 5454,


  • Comedy Club Elstree – Opening Night

Join three great comedians to celebrate the launch of Elstree’s newest comedy club night - host James Redmond and comedians Joe Bor and Gerry K. 

The Village Urban Resort London Elstree Hotel, Centennial Park, Elstree, July 26, from 7pm. Details: 0871 222 4588, 


  • Let’s Celebrate the Commonwealth!

Celebrate the opening of the Games in Glasgow with a fun-packed day that the whole family will enjoy - performances from a traditional Scottish piper, an exciting Indian magic show with a snake charmer, an Australian hula hoop show, a comedy walkabout act, children’s crafts, and international food stalls.

The Spires, High Street, Barnet, July 19, from 11am. Details: 


  • Marvellous Mill Hill

An entertaining and surprising roam along The Ridgeway and through green, tranquil Mill Hill Village. Led by City Guide Paul Baker.

Meet at Mill Hill Tube Station, Bittacy Hill, July 20, 11am. Details: 020 8440 6805, 


For a full list of events, see the Just the Ticket pages in this week's Times Series newspapers in print or online here.