A free exhibition of artist Tracey Emin’s sculpture, painting, film, photography and drawing focusing on her memories and emotions from different points throughout her career. There are fifty self-portraits made during the artist’s periods of insomnia.
A Fortnight of Tears also features her 1996 film How It Feels, and sculptures celebrating motherhood and the female form from 2017’s The Mother.
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 […]
Time to let loose your inner child with this state-of-the-art, adults-only indoor fairground, opening its doors on October 4th in the heart of Canary Wharf. Fairgame brings your fairground favourites back – from whac-a-mole and roll-a-ball derby to duck shoot […]
Dom Joly returned to theatres in 2020 to a string of sold-out shows. His Holiday Snaps tour was a rip-roaring travelogue featuring stories from his childhood home in the Lebanon – where he went to school with Osama Bin Laden […]
If you’re a fan of 80s/90s old school hip-hop then this is how you want to sign off the summer. Eight solid hours of classic hip hop, a professional sound system and headlining DJs, with BBQ street food to keep […]
The London Diwali festival at Trafalgar Square attracts approximately 35,000 people each year to celebrate this uplifting and inclusive Hindu, Sikh and Jain festival of light. Following the spectacular opening with 200 colourfully dressed dancers in the main square, expect […]