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These are the events to look out for over the next twelve months in London.

Gauguin and the Impressionists

Gauguin and the Impressionists

Drawn from the vaults of Denmark’s Ordrupgaard Collection, Gauguin and the Impressionists showcases a series of works by the masters of the movement. Manet, Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, Morisot and Degas ...

Farm Girl Pop to open in Hoxton

Farm Girl pop up, Hoxton Street

Part of a new wave of Aussie inspired, health focused cafes & restaurants in London, West London’s Farm Girl are now looking East as they prepare to open a pop up on Hoxton Street. The stylish cha...

The Show Must Go Online

The Show Must Go Online

Robert Myles’ new project sees the talented actor gather together an incredible group of actors and experienced amateurs to run through the complete works of Shakespeare. Using the conferencing ...

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Reopens

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre To Reopen

If you’ve been desperately craving your theatre fix recently, then worry not. Live theatre is alive and well – and coming back much quicker than you might think. First out of the traps is the Regent’s...

The Science Museum reopens on the 19th of August

Science Museum to reopen

The Science Museum has announced that it is to reopen on the 19th of August 2020. The venue has been closed since late March, due to the Coronavirus Crisis.  One of London’s top ten museums, the ...

London Transport Museum Depot Summer Season

London Transport Museum Depot Summer Season

If you’re missing the London Transport Museum, then you will be excited to hear that it’s sibling, the London Transport Museum Depot, will be reopening in a couple of weeks. The Depot, which is celebr...

Mao Chow Pop Up

Mao Chow pop-up

Popular Dalston pop-up Mao Chow will be bringing their irresistibly good vegan Chinese cooking to Mortimer House later this month. As part of the Mortimer House Guest Chef Takeover Series, the eaterie...

A Caribbean food pop up is coming to the Clapton Country Club

Chef, television presenter and singer Andi Olivier has once again joined forced with French TV star Fred Sirieix – this time for a Caribbean food pop up called One Love. The duo worked together on las...

Mulan

Mulan

It had to happen one day, and soon it will be upon us: a Mulan remake from the Disney factory is coming. The original Mulan is not a movie I necessarily cherish. Though I still admire how the movie us...

Sleepless the Musical

Sleepless the Musical

What better way to get back into theatre-going mode than a brand-new, jazzy, romantic comedy based on the 1993 hit film Sleepless in Seattle? Theatres are going live again in August and you can start ...

FrightFest Virtual

FrightFest Virtual

If 2020 hasn’t provided enough scares already, cult movie festival FrightFest is set to offer up even more, as the event prepares to go online this August. A perennial favourite of the horror movie cr...

A giant puppet of a man at the Greenwich & Docklands Festival

Greenwich + Docklands International Festival

An acrobatic show “inspired by the art of Jackson Pollock”, a dramatic “duet between a man and a robot” and a dance piece exploring “the mythical fall of humankind”. Intrigued? I thought you might be....

Notting Hill Carnival Online Experience

Notting Hill Carnival Online

This year’s Notting Hill Carnival may be cancelled, but the event itself is in rude health, as a new virtual version of the weekend demonstrates.  The Notting Hill Carnival Online Experienc...

Daffodil Mulligan Food

Daffodil Mulligan to Reopen

Richard Corrigan’s popular Shoreditch restaurant Daffodil Mulligan has announced plans to reopen on the 1st of September 2020. The restaurant, which takes the number of eateries owned by the cel...

The front of the V&A

The London Design Festival

The London Design Festival is a showcase that draws on and celebrates the immense creativity of the capital’s design community. The initiative is now in its 17th year and the festival continues to get...

Maison Francois Restaurant

Maison Francois Restaurant

With so many London eateries currently closing their doors, it is certainly nice to hear a bit of positive news for a change. Fortunately, that’s exactly the case with Maison Francois – th...

The Third Day

The Third Day

A mysterious island, a collection of secretive inhabitants, and a large helping of Jude Law – what’s not to like about Sky One’s The Third Day? The show, which represents the latest collaboratio...

Portia Coughlan at the Young Vic

Portia Coughlan at the Young Vic

This new production at the Young Vic sees Academy Award Nominee Ruth Negga take the lead in Marina Carr’s moving yet disturbing story of Portia Coughlan. Negga, who won her Oscar nomination for her ro...