If cars are your passion, here’s your chance to see all makes, models and futuristic inventions from the biggest names in the car industry. Mini, BMW, Lotus, Bentley, Rolls Royce and Mercedes-Benz will be there among many others showing off their newest vehicles and latest advances in technology. There will be historic vehicles, talks by motoring celebrities and industry experts and plenty of opportunities to learn about the future of cars.
The event is family-friendly with specific events tailored to children and interactive exhibits. Entertainment will be provided by the Paul Swift’s team of daredevil drivers performing dance routines and two-wheel driving tricks you certainly shouldn’t attempt on the way home. Each adult can bring one child for free between the ages of 6–16 and the second child costs £10.50, while all children under the age of 5 can enter for free.
Join London’s theatre lovers on the last Monday of each month for a quiz unlike any other. What to expect at the National Theatre Home Quiz Guests hosts have included some of the biggest names of stage and screen. Last […]
This month, West Norwood Feast is going digital, keeping locals entertained while social distancing. Events include a guided tour of Norwood’s bird calls, a cook-along session, yoga, crafting for kids and music and chat by regular FEAST DJ Glen Falconer. […]
An event that should be dubbed ‘The No Penny Opera’ lets you get a fix of high culture without spending anything in Trafalgar Square. Crowds can gather for screened performances of live opera and ballet from the Royal Opera and […]
As a preventative measure against the spread of COVID-19 MCM Comic Con May was rescheduled from May 29–31 to July 10–12. It has since been cancelled for 2021 Part one of the biannual London edition of the UK’s biggest pop […]
Hyper Japan is a huge cultural festival which features shopping, entertainment, cosplay, fashion and food from Japan. Taking place over three days, tickets are split into half day, single day and three day passes. The main day for entertainment is […]
Started in a strip club by Groove Armada back in 2003, the Lovebox Festival quickly grew to be a major two-day music festival. Moving from Victoria Park to Gunnersbury Park this year, the acts are spread over 12 different stages. […]