Things to do

Pop-Up London: Free Half-Term Festival Celebrating City’s Diversity

Artists, musicians, dancers, comedy-acts and circus performers will brighten up central London streets in a half-term festival celebrating the capital’s diverse communities… Photo: Visit London Brazilian drumming, Cantonese story-telling and Caribbean steelpans, as well as performances exploring climate change and digital age themes feature in Pop-Up London, the next installment of the Mayor’s Let’s Do London […]

Dynamite Bonfire Night Celebrations in London 2021

With November soon upon us, we plan to mark one of the most celebrated political fails in British history once again with a bang. So put on an extra layer, fill a thermos of hot tea and enjoy the spectacle of Bonfire Night and Guy Fawkes’ failed attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament.  Photo: […]

Get Your Freak On: Halloween Parties & Things To Do

With Halloween festivities cancelled last year, this year’s celebrations are set to be more freaky and fun than ever. From sky high parties and disco brunches to crazy golf and Day of the Dead, here’s our guide to celebrating Halloween in London… Photo: 100 Wardour St Deadly Sins at The Ivy Soho Brasserie, Soho Halloween […]

How to Celebrate Halloween in & around London with Kids & Teens

The spookiest day in the calendar is also one of the most fun. From pumpkin picking and getting out into nature to baking monstrous treats and the horror of Victorian-era dentistry, here’s our guide on fun Halloween things to do with children and teens… Photo: Craft & Crumb Halloween at KidZania, Shepard’s Bush Kids aged […]

Guinness World Records: Kew Gardens Home to Largest Living Plant Collection

From the longest and biggest to the smelliest and smallest, Kew Garden’s record-breaking plant collections have long been renowned for being amongst the most valuable and varied in the plant kingdom. It can now also claim it’s the biggest…  Photo: Væksthusene Kew Gardens Richmond Guinness World Records has declared Kew Gardens as the official home […]

Gourmet London: Pop-Ups, Supper Clubs, Residencies & Foodie Things to do this October

Fill your bellies and your evening with these fun pop-ups, supper clubs and foodie things to do in London, this October… Photo: London Cocktail Week Le Pont de la Tour 30th Birthday, Shad Thames Overlooking the River Thames and boasting an impressive view of Tower Bridge, this date-night haunt and French restaurant is throwing a […]

Things to do in London this October

There’s lots of things to do in London this October. Here’s our pick so far… Photo: Massaoke Oktoberfest at Vauxhall Beer Gardens, Vauxhall The inner-city escape is set to be transformed into a bonafide Bavarian wonderland at the weekend throughout October. Expect long, traditional beer tables, miles of bunting, table hosts dressed in lederhosen as […]

Half Term Things to do With Kids in October 2021

As lovely as it is not having the rush of the morning school run to deal with, half term means occupying the kids all. day. long. Fill your days with fun with these family and child-friendly things to do this half-term and throughout October as well… Photo: ZSL London Zoo Thorpe Park Fright Night, Chertsey […]

What to See at London Design Festival 2021

London Design Festival returns this month for the 19th time to showcase the best of the capital’s design offerings. Curated to enable people to rediscover the capital after a year of being locked away, here are the festival highlights not to be missed… Photo: Between Forests and Skies by Nebbia Works,V&A The Makers’ Market, The […]

Photo London Highlights: Unmissable Exhibitions & Photographers

Photo London Fair arrives at Somerset House and online this Wednesday, September 8 showcasing a wealth of photographic talents and works from across the globe and not to be missed if you’re a photography lover. Don’t miss out on these highlights… Photo: Jean Shrimpton by David Bailey, Photo London Fair David Bailey Although best known […]