London Exhibitions

This is your guide to the London exhibitions to watch out for in the coming months
Beatrix Potter Drawn to Nature

Beatrix Potter – Drawn to Nature

Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature celebrates the life and work of one of the UK’s best loved children’s authors by showcasing the depth and breadth of her work, from her achievements as a storytel...

Football The Beautiful Game

Football: Designing the Beautiful Game

It is the most popular sport in the world with a global reach of billions, yet how much do we really know about football and its meticulously crafted image. Football: Designing the Beautiful Game at t...

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

Greenwich + Docklands International Festival

Now in its 26th year, the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF) has grown dramatically since its humble beginnings in the late 1990s. Indeed, the 2019 event featured over 300 performance...

Our Future Planet

Our Future Planet

Our Future Planet looks at the technologies currently being developed to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Can carbon capture help in the fight against climate change? You’ll find the a...

Sorting Britain The Power of Postcodes

Sorting Britain – The Power of Postcodes

The Postal Museum’s new exhibition Sorting Britain – The Power of Postcodes looks at the ground-breaking technology which revolutionised the processing, sorting, and delivering of Britain’s post in th...

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 20th year and the festival continues to get...

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Denounced by one particular UK newspaper as being a sort of ‘glorified car boot sale’ the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (RASE) has nonetheless been delighting art lovers for the last 250 years...

Totally Thames

Totally Thames 2022

The Totally Thames festival celebrates the Mother Thames and the city which grew up on its banks. The festival has grown out of the Mayor’s Thames Festival which ended in 2013. The Ancient River...

Wellington, Women & Friendship

Wellington, Women & Friendship

The Wellington Collection’s blockbuster new exhibition, Wellington, Women & Friendship, will open at Apsley House on the 1st of April 2022. The show, which will run until October 2022, will explor...

David Bowie pop up store

A David Bowie pop up store has opened in London

David Bowie fans – listen up. An immersive audio, video and photography pop up store celebrating the artist’s music has opened up in London – and no true fan will want to miss out! Launche...

Pollock's Toy Museum Winter Programme

The Make Believe Museum Shop

Pollock’s Toy Museum have this week announced that they are teaming up with the UK artist, designer and maker Emma Carlow for the Make Believe Museum Shop project. The gift shop of her dreams A site s...

Gaia at the Painted Hall

Gaia at the Painted Hall

Covid permitting, Luke Jerram’s seven metre wide representation of the earth, Gaia, will return to the Painted Hall in Greenwich in the summer of 2021 for a series of dates in June. The subject of a s...

Bags - Inside Out

Bags: Inside Out

From Winston Churchill’s red despatch box, to the Fendi bag worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City, the V&A’s new exhibition, Bags: Inside Out, gathers together an impressive colle...

Dub London - Bassline of the City

Dub London: Bassline of a City

Nicely timed to coincide with Black History Month, the Museum of London’s new exhibition, Dub London: Bassline of a City, will celebrate the art and influence of dub reggae music and culture in the ca...

Tantra - Enlightenment to Revolution

Tantra – Enlightenment to Revolution

Not as naughty as it sounds, the British Museum’s Tantra – Enlightenment to Revolution exhibition explores “the radical force that transformed the religious, cultural and political landscape of ...

Damien Hirst Exhibition End of a century

Damien Hirst Exhibition – End of a Century

Charting his progression from eager student to leading artist, the Newport Street Gallery’s End of A Century will explore the formative years of one of the UK’s favourite sons, Damien Hurst. Featuring...

Bruce Nauman Exhibition at Tate Modern

Bruce Nauman Exhibition

Multi-disciplinary American artist Bruce Nauman is the subject of a major new show at Tate Modern this autumn. The first large scale exhibition of his work in over 20 years, the event will showcase a ...

Sin at the National Gallery

Sin at the National Gallery

The National Gallery’s latest exhibition explores the concept of sin as it relates to art.  With work by artists as diverse as Bruegel, William Hogarth, Andy Warhol and Tracey Emin, the exh...