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London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite UK
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
  • London Fashion Week closes with Fast Forward 2030, which brings together innovative entrepreneurs working on the future of sustainable clothing. Expect panel talks, networking and ethically made beer.
  • Why choose one DJ when you could listen to three? At Boxpark’s silent disco, you’ll get special headphones tuned to three channels – hip hop, house or pop – giving access to over 1,000 tunes a night.
  • The UK's biggest indie film festival is back for a host of feature films, shorts, and documentaries from the best British and international directors. Tickets for individual events are also available.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • This fair transforms The Old Truman Brewery into a cathedral of cutting-edge international design, packed with a vast array of lighting, textiles, and furniture from leading contemporary designers.
  • 10 LGBTQ+ designers and 100 models flaunt their threads on the catwalk, to an audience of 1,000 members of London’s queer community. The first 300 through the door get a ticket to the VIP after party.
  • Hit up Micro Beers in Richmond for a Saturday evening feast of cheese, charcuterie and pioneering ales, as part of Urban Food Fortnight.
  • She conquered RuPaul’s Drag Race and now the Queen of Mean – the alter ego of comic Roy Haylock – is taking on Wembley, on the final leg of her UK tour, the country’s biggest-ever solo drag show.
  • Feeling fabulous? Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • The Richmond tap room hosts a night of uber-local delights: cheeseboards from Fine Cheese Co, meats cured at Kew and Sutton Community Farm veg, plus free pours of craft pale ale from Bermondsey.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • We don’t know why, but a black food craze has swept the capital – from charcoal ice cream to black garlic. Meet the innovative chefs behind the darkest dining trend out there and have a taste or two.
  • Head to Shoreditch for a good-vibes night showcasing emerging female comics, poets and musicians, with an open mic segment for anyone who wants to get something off her chest. Who run the world?
  • It was clear from the response to Black Panther that the world of animation severely lacks black superheroes. This Brixton festival redresses the balance by showcasing African cartoons and artists.
  • Internationally acclaimed comedians test their mettle in central London. This time it’s the turn of Live At The Apollo star Simon Brodkin, plus kiwi Javier Jarquin and Greek geordie George Zach.
  • Head to Hackney Central for the capital’s most ethical fashion market. Over 40 of the UK’s most inspiring clothing brands – whether sustainable, vintage or handmade – flaunt their wares to live music.
  • The ‘Happiest 5k on the Planet’ brings its colourful run back to South London. Runners start dressed in white and are doused from head to toe in primary-colour powder paint at each kilometre mark.
  • London Fashion Week closes with Fast Forward 2030, which brings together innovative entrepreneurs working on the future of sustainable clothing. Expect panel talks, networking and ethically made beer.
  • Why choose one DJ when you could listen to three? At Boxpark’s silent disco, you’ll get special headphones tuned to three channels – hip hop, house or pop – giving access to over 1,000 tunes a night.
  • The UK's biggest indie film festival is back for a host of feature films, shorts, and documentaries from the best British and international directors. Tickets for individual events are also available.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • This fair transforms The Old Truman Brewery into a cathedral of cutting-edge international design, packed with a vast array of lighting, textiles, and furniture from leading contemporary designers.
  • 10 LGBTQ+ designers and 100 models flaunt their threads on the catwalk, to an audience of 1,000 members of London’s queer community. The first 300 through the door get a ticket to the VIP after party.
  • Hit up Micro Beers in Richmond for a Saturday evening feast of cheese, charcuterie and pioneering ales, as part of Urban Food Fortnight.
  • She conquered RuPaul’s Drag Race and now the Queen of Mean – the alter ego of comic Roy Haylock – is taking on Wembley, on the final leg of her UK tour, the country’s biggest-ever solo drag show.
  • Feeling fabulous? Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • The Richmond tap room hosts a night of uber-local delights: cheeseboards from Fine Cheese Co, meats cured at Kew and Sutton Community Farm veg, plus free pours of craft pale ale from Bermondsey.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • We don’t know why, but a black food craze has swept the capital – from charcoal ice cream to black garlic. Meet the innovative chefs behind the darkest dining trend out there and have a taste or two.
  • Head to Shoreditch for a good-vibes night showcasing emerging female comics, poets and musicians, with an open mic segment for anyone who wants to get something off her chest. Who run the world?
  • It was clear from the response to Black Panther that the world of animation severely lacks black superheroes. This Brixton festival redresses the balance by showcasing African cartoons and artists.
  • Internationally acclaimed comedians test their mettle in central London. This time it’s the turn of Live At The Apollo star Simon Brodkin, plus kiwi Javier Jarquin and Greek geordie George Zach.
  • Head to Hackney Central for the capital’s most ethical fashion market. Over 40 of the UK’s most inspiring clothing brands – whether sustainable, vintage or handmade – flaunt their wares to live music.
  • The ‘Happiest 5k on the Planet’ brings its colourful run back to South London. Runners start dressed in white and are doused from head to toe in primary-colour powder paint at each kilometre mark.
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite UK
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
  • London Fashion Week closes with Fast Forward 2030, which brings together innovative entrepreneurs working on the future of sustainable clothing. Expect panel talks, networking and ethically made beer.
  • Why choose one DJ when you could listen to three? At Boxpark’s silent disco, you’ll get special headphones tuned to three channels – hip hop, house or pop – giving access to over 1,000 tunes a night.
  • The UK's biggest indie film festival is back for a host of feature films, shorts, and documentaries from the best British and international directors. Tickets for individual events are also available.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • This fair transforms The Old Truman Brewery into a cathedral of cutting-edge international design, packed with a vast array of lighting, textiles, and furniture from leading contemporary designers.
  • 10 LGBTQ+ designers and 100 models flaunt their threads on the catwalk, to an audience of 1,000 members of London’s queer community. The first 300 through the door get a ticket to the VIP after party.
  • Hit up Micro Beers in Richmond for a Saturday evening feast of cheese, charcuterie and pioneering ales, as part of Urban Food Fortnight.
  • She conquered RuPaul’s Drag Race and now the Queen of Mean – the alter ego of comic Roy Haylock – is taking on Wembley, on the final leg of her UK tour, the country’s biggest-ever solo drag show.
  • Feeling fabulous? Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • The Richmond tap room hosts a night of uber-local delights: cheeseboards from Fine Cheese Co, meats cured at Kew and Sutton Community Farm veg, plus free pours of craft pale ale from Bermondsey.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • We don’t know why, but a black food craze has swept the capital – from charcoal ice cream to black garlic. Meet the innovative chefs behind the darkest dining trend out there and have a taste or two.
  • Head to Shoreditch for a good-vibes night showcasing emerging female comics, poets and musicians, with an open mic segment for anyone who wants to get something off her chest. Who run the world?
  • It was clear from the response to Black Panther that the world of animation severely lacks black superheroes. This Brixton festival redresses the balance by showcasing African cartoons and artists.
  • Internationally acclaimed comedians test their mettle in central London. This time it’s the turn of Live At The Apollo star Simon Brodkin, plus kiwi Javier Jarquin and Greek geordie George Zach.
  • Head to Hackney Central for the capital’s most ethical fashion market. Over 40 of the UK’s most inspiring clothing brands – whether sustainable, vintage or handmade – flaunt their wares to live music.
  • The ‘Happiest 5k on the Planet’ brings its colourful run back to South London. Runners start dressed in white and are doused from head to toe in primary-colour powder paint at each kilometre mark.
  • London Fashion Week closes with Fast Forward 2030, which brings together innovative entrepreneurs working on the future of sustainable clothing. Expect panel talks, networking and ethically made beer.
  • Why choose one DJ when you could listen to three? At Boxpark’s silent disco, you’ll get special headphones tuned to three channels – hip hop, house or pop – giving access to over 1,000 tunes a night.
  • The UK's biggest indie film festival is back for a host of feature films, shorts, and documentaries from the best British and international directors. Tickets for individual events are also available.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • This fair transforms The Old Truman Brewery into a cathedral of cutting-edge international design, packed with a vast array of lighting, textiles, and furniture from leading contemporary designers.
  • 10 LGBTQ+ designers and 100 models flaunt their threads on the catwalk, to an audience of 1,000 members of London’s queer community. The first 300 through the door get a ticket to the VIP after party.
  • Hit up Micro Beers in Richmond for a Saturday evening feast of cheese, charcuterie and pioneering ales, as part of Urban Food Fortnight.
  • She conquered RuPaul’s Drag Race and now the Queen of Mean – the alter ego of comic Roy Haylock – is taking on Wembley, on the final leg of her UK tour, the country’s biggest-ever solo drag show.
  • Feeling fabulous? Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • The Richmond tap room hosts a night of uber-local delights: cheeseboards from Fine Cheese Co, meats cured at Kew and Sutton Community Farm veg, plus free pours of craft pale ale from Bermondsey.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • We don’t know why, but a black food craze has swept the capital – from charcoal ice cream to black garlic. Meet the innovative chefs behind the darkest dining trend out there and have a taste or two.
  • Head to Shoreditch for a good-vibes night showcasing emerging female comics, poets and musicians, with an open mic segment for anyone who wants to get something off her chest. Who run the world?
  • It was clear from the response to Black Panther that the world of animation severely lacks black superheroes. This Brixton festival redresses the balance by showcasing African cartoons and artists.
  • Internationally acclaimed comedians test their mettle in central London. This time it’s the turn of Live At The Apollo star Simon Brodkin, plus kiwi Javier Jarquin and Greek geordie George Zach.
  • Head to Hackney Central for the capital’s most ethical fashion market. Over 40 of the UK’s most inspiring clothing brands – whether sustainable, vintage or handmade – flaunt their wares to live music.
  • The ‘Happiest 5k on the Planet’ brings its colourful run back to South London. Runners start dressed in white and are doused from head to toe in primary-colour powder paint at each kilometre mark.