February can be a tough month: all of the cold and none of the Christmas. But let us help you along with some vintage cars, rare orchids, iced biscuits and pancake-themed races. Without further ado, here's our top London Events this February: London International Mime Festival Feb 5th marks the final day of the London International mime festival\u2014one of London's most incredible (and frankly underrated) annual arts events. With acts covering just about every kind of physical performance you can imagine, if you've not already been, now's the time. London Classic Car Show | Olympia London Whatever you drive, the classic car show has something for everyone, with a whole host of cars and celebrity interviews. There will be classic examples, modern designs and a chance to indulge in all your vintage driver dreams. VAULT Festival | The Vaults, Waterloo One of London's best alternative art festivals, this year's line-up promises to be a scorcher\u2014with performances that push the envelope from a whole range of styles. Most of the events are hosted from the suitably underground vaults underneath Waterloo. DIY Biscuit Icing Celebrate Valentine\u2019s Day (or Galentine\u2019s, or Palentine\u2019s \u2013 whatever works for you) with a bit of sweet DIY decoration at one of Biscuiteers\u2019 boutique biscuit icing cafes. London Motorcycle Show | Custom House Bringing all the best motorbikes in all their forms, this show is a must-see for any enthusiasts or new-to-the-scene bikers. There will be all the newest designs as well as examples of classics\u2014both maintained and restored. Imagine Children's Festival Back for a 21st year, Imagine Children's Festival is all about letting kids' minds run wild during the half term, with music, play sessions and interactive fun. You can also look forward to special guests and storytellers. Orchid Festval at Kew Gardens | Kew Back with their annual introduction and showcasin of one of the world's most ornate flowers, Kew is focusing on Cameroon's rare orchids this time around. There will be talks, amazing displays and workshops to enjoy as well as late-night openings with live music, street food and plenty of dancing. The Inter-Livery Pancake Race Watch as those traditionally involved in the making of pancakes compete for a frying pan trophy by racing across Guildhall Yard in traditional dress and fancy dress. Organised by the Poulters (egg suppliers), the event employs the skills of a variety of liveries\u2014clockmakers time it, gunmakers fire the starting pistol, glovers provide the white gloves worn by racers, the fruiterers provide lemons and the cutlers provide the forks! Woolwich Works in Progress: Lateef Lovejoy In a new hour of stand-up, Lateef Lovejoy expresses his unique comedic voice with cultural anecdotes, tales of his international adventures, social commentary and his contemporary take on popular culture.