Not lucky enough to nab yourself a ticket in this years
ballot? Fear not, there’ll be no shortage of venues to soak up the atmosphere
of the nation’s favourite tennis tournament.
Henman Hill, Murray Mound… whatever your moniker of choice,
Wimbledon’s famous hill is the perfect place to soak up the atmosphere so take
a picnic and relax amongst the action. Tickets to the grounds cost £25 and are
available on the day but be prepared to queue.
Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE
Screen, Kings Cross
Image via Huffington Post
One of the few venues to show the entire tournament, Lewis Cubitt Square in Kings Cross will be playing host to a huge screen this summer. With 50 deckchairs available it’s a first come first served affair.
Cubitt Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AB
One New Change, St.
Image via The
Set against the backdrop of St. Paul’s you’d be forgiven for
being slightly distracted from the tennis. Madison’s is well-placed to supply
all the pimms required, however guests are allowed to bring their own food and
drink. The maximum capacity is 350 but it’s bound to be popular so arrive early
to avoid disappointment.
One New Change, Cheapside, London, EC4M 9AB
Big Screen on the
Image via Timeout
For an event that offers more than just a live match
screening, head over to Parsons Green for Big Screen on the Green from 12.30pm
Friday 14th – Sunday 16th. Offering a VIP marquee, live
music, cocktail and champagne bars and boutique pop-up stores, there’s
something to suit everyone. Free entry tickets are available on the Saturday
and final tickets on Sunday start at £12.
Parsons Green, Fulham, London, SW6 4UL
And to wear? We can’t
go past whites...
Linen V Neck Dress / Woodstock Weave Shirt Dress / Dobby Spot Dress