Mexico appears to have brought its hot and sunny weather to the capital, as London Mexfest kicks off this week, celebrating the country's rich array of cultural contributions.
Running for four days, this year's event gives the capital a dose of Mexico's film, architecture, music and contemporary art, in a creative space of exhibitions, outdoor cinema, free live music and discussion panels.
Highlights include music from Grupo Mono Blanco & Gil Cerezo at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Mexican themed outdoor film screenings at Canary Wharf courtesy of Mexican street food restaurant Wahaca, as well as a series of talks on architecture from Victor Legorreta, Miquel Adria and Michel Rojkind at The Royal Academy of Arts.
HuffPostUK caught up with Diego Luna to chat Mexican culture in London:
London Mexfest runs from 11 - 14 July: