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London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
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As London begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Collection by Eventbrite
As London begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
As London begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

Having run since 2013, this popular event is now due to take place outdoors alongside Radiate Festival in Crystal Palace Park. Head down for products, inspiration and education on how to make the most of your curls.

This small but mighty grassroots festival celebrates Caribbean culture through performances, food & drink and screenings. Head to South London's Crystal Palace Park to join in with the festivities.

After a long wait (the exhibition was first slated for June 2020) Serpentine North's retrospective on British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor has finally opened its doors, presenting thousands of images of the diaspora in post-war London and evocative shots of pre-independence

Performance poets of London: test your best bars on a live audience and catch one of the world's top performance poets, Marc Marcel, in action.

Hackney Museum is back open again and taking bookings through Eventbrite. Head down to discover the people, artefacts and events that have shaped the borough's colourful history.

Get reacquainted with the twinkling beauty of nighttime London on this free walking tour which traverses five of its most iconic bridges, all of which have been dazzlingly lit up as part of the Illuminated River project.

Learn how to make some eco-friendly prints using bio-waste and flowers at this intimate Hackney-based session.

Select your one hour slot and get ready to explore the gorgeous Regency villa that romantic poet John Keats once called home.

Make the most of golden hour by joining this epic East London silent disco party held twice a month.

Grab some nachos and cocktails and settle in for an evening of live comedy at one of East London's premier venues.

Pick up something truly original as 150 of London's top makers, spanning everything from jewellery to clothing, set up shop at Holborn's Cockpit Arts.

Get into the weekend flow with this mindful yoga session in E1. It's just a fiver a-head, or free if you're a member of Leman Locke, and mats are provided.

The Stratford's gorgeous rooftop is open once again for a series of wellness-themed workshops, including yoga and pilates, designed to help busy Londoners rest and recharge.

Go behind the scenes at one of London's top breweries and sample some of their signature, German-inspired brews for good measure. Prost!

Do your bit to keep the streets of Hackney clean and plastic-free at this monthly litter-picking meet-up for eco-conscious East Londoners.

Nab yourself a masterpiece by a future star at this fair dedicated to independent and emerging artists. You can also see work created by guest artist Noel Fielding, get yourself a hand poke tattoo (or just watch how it’s done), and meet the hotly tipped artists for yourself.

Culinary pairings don't get much better than this. Five enticing pairings have been lined up, from cheddar and lager to Stilton and Porter.

Held at J/M Gallery in West London, this exhibition showcases the work of nine up and coming Black female artists. Featuring work from artists such as Moufouli Bello, who created a portrait of Breonna Taylor, the exhibition will look at how art can provoke and transform our thinking.

Neon Naked is coming to South London. Head down to the magnificent Prince of Peckham pub to experience all of the fluorescent fun IRL.

Mix up a St-Germain Elderflower Spritz (a cocktail made for summer) and use it as inspiration to create a beautiful bouquet of flowers to take home with you.

From champagne masterclasses to world famous wines, this show is the ultimate destination for booze buffs. You’ll get the chance to sample hundreds of different vinos, vodkas, gins and whiskys — just make sure you line your stomach at one of the tasty food stands. 

Holy Smoke! Here's a chance to butcher, cure and dry your own rashers to take home with you. Breakfast will never be the same again.

In July, North London will once again come alive with the sounds, flavours and people that make Mauritian culture so intoxicating. No matter your roots, head down to Trent Park to soak up the atmos.

Take your plant-based cooking to the next level and add a few dishes to your repertoire with a hands-on cooking class at South London's Prendergast Vale School.

If, like us, your sourdough game has slipped a bit since Lockdown 1 then you're in luck: Greenwich Pantry are offering comprehensive four-hour courses with nibbles and drinks included.

Let loose on a balmy summer night at BlackOut Hackney, a grassroots activist event series that raises money for Black lives. Tunes will be provided by producer Wu-Lu on the decks while hip-hop trio JD3 give a live performance.

Alice Zawadzki and band pitch up at the Curve Garden for an intimate performance full of jazzy hooks and poetic melodies.

The live action remake of Aladdin, featuring Will Smith in the role of Genie, comes to St. Katharine Dock as part of its two week-long programme of outdoor cinema screenings.

Get back out on the brunch scene starting with this inviting menu from JUICED, which includes profiteroles and steak and lobster.

Come and explore the "sylvan sanctuary" that is Barnes Cemetery – which has been left to jungly ruin since an aborted redevelopment in the 60s.