A month-long annual arts and cultural festival, at venues spanning the length of the Thames. The sheer variety of events is staggering, from concerts and art installations to activities and exhibits.
This year’s centrepiece is the “Ship of Tolerance” installation on the Royal Docks. There’s also a scented look at Barking’s industrial past and a night of tango dancing aboard a 19th century paddle steamer. There’s plenty of action on the water too. That includes sea kayak and stand-up paddleboard taster sessions, a regatta and a Thames swim. Be sure check our complete guide for highlights before you make your way over!
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. […]
August bank holiday weekend is time for Notting Hill Carnival, Europe’s biggest street party. It’s a colourful, vibrant celebration of all things multicultural, and especially London’s African-Caribbean communities. Revellers come from all over for the elaborate costumes, community spirit and […]
A summer of free events run by London Bridge City between London and Tower Bridges. Highlights include Mass-Samba-aoke (group karaoke with a live samba band), outdoor cinema screenings, performances, live music, food stalls and plenty of family friendly activities to […]
Not to be confused with the Great Race between Oxford and Cambridge rowing crews. This traditional boat race sees a great flotilla of oar powered craft take to the Thames for a semi-competitive race from London Docklands to Richmond. Any […]
The only place to be if you eat, sleep and dream tech. This event covers every element of the technological world and its future possibilities, with a range of events held across London. Established in 2012 to promote the UK […]