The 2021 lineup hasn’t been announced yet, but last year’s COVID-interrupted event celebrated the work and influence of three contemporary artists: Faustin Linyekula, Okwui Okpokwasili and Tanya Lukin Linklater. Expect theatre, music and dance, as well as installations in the Tate Modern’s “Tanks”.
BMW Tate Live 2020
While the artists are from radically different backgrounds, there are clear thematic throughlines. Each artist explores how histoy is held in the body, as well as shared memory and visibility in art. Everything is free to explore and enjoy during the day, with ticketed events taking place in evenings. Past years’ exhibitions have been well worth seeing—and this year looks to be another great display.
Autumn is the perfect season to hunker down with a good book. And if you need inspiration for your reading list, there’s no better place to be than the Southbank Centre. Now in its 14th year, London Literature Festival brings […]
Black Owned Hackney returns in October to celebrate Black History Month in collaboration with Black Eats LDN! Catch the market opposite Hackney Central station showcasing London’s best black-owned eats, artisan traders and many more black-owned businesses! Best vegan & non-vegan […]
A series of events across London, throughout October looking at our understanding and relationship to death leading up to Halloween. The programme takes in the gothic, the occult, the creepy and morbidly fascinating. Expect cemetery walks and tours, including The […]
Usually accompanied by the Bishop’s Park Fireworks, Ravenscourt Park takes centre stage this year as the sole local night of family fireworks with a children’s display as well as a main display later on. Gates open at 4 pm with the […]