Each month the Crick Crack Club turn the sedate surroundings of the British Museum lecture theatre into a flickering cave of wonder. This is where to come for your Sunday afternoon epic overload!
When the ancient Irish gods stepped onto the soil of Ireland, they burned their boats so they could never leave… Storyteller Clare Muireann Murphy invites us into a beautiful yet bloodstained landscape where gods in golden halls drink from the cow of plenty, kings are healed by children, fathers vie with sons and lusty monsters spit in the face of the prophets. This contemporary performance of the Irish myths of invasion is tautly laced with wit and verve.
There’s so much hype surrounding Vintage Kilo Sales and shopping sustainably – and now you can get thrifty with the original Vintage Kilo Company in Camden on the 4th September. The guys at Shop Kilo are bringing thousands of kilos […]
This year, London Design Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary. Since its initiation in 2003, the Festival’s vision has been to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world. This citywide exhibition of design in its broadest scope […]
The third and final open day of 2022 will focus on how London’s transport has shaped our city for over a century. The programme features mini talks, heritage vehicle displays and fun activities for families. These depot open days take […]
Your days can be brightened with a little Latin rhythm on certain Thursdays and Sundays from May through September. Instructors René & Hiba aka Tango Fever are offering free Tango lessons in Bishop’s Square, Spitalfields. So be sure to bring […]
St Martin’s Autumn Lectures confront some of the biggest issues of our time with an inspirational lineup of speakers including artist Grayson Perry and prominent human rights lawyer and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson, the story of whose fight to […]