Artists, architects and designers look to the future, Blade Runner-style and re-envision London. The free exhibition uses video installations, architectural narratives and video games to explore imaginary visions of the city based on the challenges we face today.
Head to the Museum of London for a glimpse into predictions of tomorrow’s world. No need to book ahead, you can drop in daily from 10 am, but the event has been listed as suitable for adults only.
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 […]
On the anniversary of William Blake’s baptism at St James’s Church Piccadilly a new choir, The Blake Singers, will perform choral settings of Blake poems and other literary works. Formed of scholars and graduates from some of the country’s top […]
Tricksters, deities, strange childhoods, complicated marriages and cosmic crises collide in the hands of the ever-exuberant Pandvani 108 ensemble! Raoul Neumann (Trans Siberian March Band), Sheema Mukherjee and Rav Neiyyar (Transglobal Underground) deliver stunning soundtracks for stories performed by the […]
Are you ready for Neon Music Nights’ Big Christmas Party? The Original Staxx and Blue Electra are back and will be bringing it once again. And as you know, London House Music is the one, and they’ll be playing it […]