A well-known performance troupe, the Crick Crack Club present a show of ‘myth, fairytale and raucous Greek philosophy’ at the British Museum. The characters have been plucked from two classical texts and will be performed by acclaimed storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton. The play explores issues of power-play between humans as well as beauty and jealousy, all through the mythical romance between Eros and Psyche. Clayton has performed at the Barbican, Bristol Old Vic, the National Theater and has toured the world with the British Council, so you’ll be in for a treat. Tickets cost £8 for adults and £6 for concessions and need to be booked in advance – note that no children are allowed.
Part one of the biannual London edition of the UK’s biggest pop culture event—the second takes place at the end of October. Cosplayers, film geeks, and graphic novel fans gather under one colourful roof in to pledge their pop cultural […]
Part of the annual Prudential Ride London three-day festival. Get on your bike and see London’s top sights, free from traffic on an eight-mile circuit, which can be entered at any point. The whole route starts and ends on the corner […]
Known as the “HF Artsfest”, this annual festival of art takes place in the lush green environs of Ravenscourt Park. Organisers tout it is as a celebration of music, theatre, literature, dance, exhibitions, comedy and circus.
The Queen’s birthday is celebrated by the Trooping of the Colour on a Saturday in early June. Over 1,400 officers and men from the queen’s personal guard put on an impressive parade from Buckingham Palace along The Mall to Horse […]