The What, Where, When: 4 July

The Lady pick of the best events over the coming days
WHAT: West Side Story Film live with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Sold-out 50th anniversary performance of 2012 is being shown live on film at the Royal Albert Hall.
WHERE: Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP, 020 7589 8212
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

WHAT: The Recorder of London. This unique event will feature Simon Callow and the amazing Recorder Player Miriam Nerval. Part of The City of London Festival,
WHERE:St Sepulchre-without-Newgate & the Old Bailey, London
WHEN: 10 July

WHAT: Cornbury Music Festival – Oxfordshire. This is an annual festival for music-lovers of all ages to enjoy. The event includes a line-up of Simple Minds, Jools Holland and many more.
WHERE: The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

WHAT: Daniel Koek Live at the Royal Albert Hall. London's West End Les Miserable star is performing his forthcoming album 'High' with special celebrity guests.
WHERE: Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP, 020 7589 8212
WHEN: 7 July

WHAT: The City of London Festival, Brahms at Lake Thun Concert. The City Music Foundation presents the cellist, Mikhail Nemtsov and the violinist, Mari Poll.
WHERE: Mercers' Hall, Ironmonger Lane, London, EC2V 8HE
WHEN: 2 July

WHAT: The City of London Festival, the Recorder of London Concert. A classical concert held at the Old Bailey starring a City Music Foundation Artist, recorder player Miriam Nerval.
WHERE: Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DQ
WHEN: 10 July

WHAT: The MS Trust's Online Secret Art Show. With artworks donated by Royal Academicians such as Norman Ackroyd and keen amateurs, you are able to purchase a piece of art for only £45 that could be worth a lot more.
WHERE: Online,
WHEN: 30 June – 31 July

WHAT: Three Wine Men – Manchester. TV wine personalities, Oz Clarke, Olly Smith and Tim Atkin host UK-wide shows to encourage the public to taste and discover new wines.
WHERE: Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA, Greater Manchester
WHEN: 4 July – 5 July

WHAT: London Art Week. This event combines paintings, drawings and sculptures for a new annual art event. It also brings together Master Paintings Week, Master Drawings and Sculpture Week.
WHERE: various locations around London,
WHEN: 4 July – 11 July

WHAT: Godiva Festival. This is a family event with entertainment such as live music, comedy, art and street entertainment.
WHERE: War Memorial Park, Kenilworth Road, Coventry, CV3 6PT
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

wwwpoetry-festival2Annual Ledbury Poetry Festival

WHAT: 40th Annual Winchester Hat Fair.
This is England's longest-running free festival of street theatre.
WHERE: Various venues, Winchester, Hampshire
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

WHAT: Annual Ledbury Poetry Festival. This is the largest poetry event in the UK which also links poetry with other creative subjects.
WHERE: Various Venues, Ledbury, Herefordshire
WHEN: 4 July – 13 July

WHAT: Love Supreme Jazz Festival. This Event celebrates Jazz culture with entertaining performers such as Laura Mvula, Jamie Cullum and De La Soul.
WHERE: Glynde Place, Glyndebourne, Lewes, BN8 5UU, East Sussex
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

WHAT: Annual Summer in the City. This comprises of three events, Jazz and Brass in the Park, The UNISON 20th Birthday Big Weekend and Midsummer Fair.
WHERE: Parker's Piece, Cambridge, CB1 1JF
WHEN: 4 July – 7 July

WHAT: Annual North West Food Lovers Festival. This is a family-oriented food festival. There are also 100 local food and drink exhibitors showcasing their produce.
WHERE: Stanley Park, Liverpool
WHEN: 4 July – 6 July

WHAT: Grange Park Opera Festival. This traditional opera festival is held annually to entertain all individuals of the public.
WHERE: The Grange, 24 Broad Street, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9AQ
WHEN: 30 May – 12 July