Pinch, punch, first of the month – as we see in the start of June, here are our cultural must-do events, coming to a town near you…
Floristry Demonstration at Penshurst Place, 2 June
Turn those fingers green with this no-need-to-book demo – perfect for unleashing your inner gardener.
Tonbridge, Kent; http://www.penshurstplace.com/page/3029/Floristry-Demonstration/172
An Evening With Eva Schloss, Waterstones Hampstead, 3 June
Anne Frank’s friend and later step-sister Eva Schloss will be talking about her life, including how she survived Auschwitz.
£5; call 020 7794 1098 for more details. Further info here.
Field Day Festival, 7-8 June
A host of musical faves – including headliners Metronomy and Pixies – will be playing at this park-based festival in London.
Tickets from £38.50 pp; http://fielddayfestivals.com/tickets/online-tickets/.
Leeds Food & Drink Festival, until 8 June
Sample a range of local delicacies and enjoy live cookery demonstrations at this two-week celebration of all things tasty.
Visit http://www.visitleeds.co.uk/things-to-do/LeedsFoodandDrinkFestival.aspx for more information.
Bath Fringe Festival, until 8 June
With over 200 events taking place at this culture-packed festival, there’ll be something to suit even the most discerning of tastes.
To book tickets and find out more, click here.
Open Farm Sunday, across UK, 8 June
For one day only, a selection of farms across the land will be throwing open their doors and inviting you to see what it’s like to work as a farmer – plus meet some pretty cute farmyard animals too, obv.
Click here to find your nearest participating farm.
Image: Open Farm Sunday