1 Visit the Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Village. Located in Tricycle Theatre, Kilborn, London, the Village celebrates our 50th Independence anniversary with a cultural festival. There will be a number of children’s workshops, performances by Machel Montano, Ella Andall, Orange Sky and Sheldon Blackman as well as a display of local food, music, films and theatre. The village runs until August 25.
2The Jamaica Village in Finsbury Park is a definite must see for visitors. The exciting venue will showcase the best of Jamaica to the world. The Village will run from August 3 to 12.
3You can’t go to England and not take in some theatre. The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s show Complete World of Sports is said to be “a merciless but affectionate” satirical take on sporting history. The show takes place at The Arts Theatre in Central London from July 17 to August 25.
4The London 2012 Festival will run alongside the Olympics with a variety of art, film and food events, concerts, plays and dance performances. The festival is running from now until September 9, the last day of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
5Sightseeing is a must in London and there is no better place to visit than the London Eye, one of the biggest ferris wheels in the world. One full ride at the London Eye lasts about 30 minutes and from it you can see the city in all its glory.