The days are getting shorter and autumn is upon us but there are still things to do in the parks from fine art to getting spooked. See Top 10 Things to Do
5 December 2021
World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day, and it is a great time to teach each other about HIV and AIDS. Start Fundraising
Ends 31 October 2021
Inside Out is a brand new festival that brings art, entertainment, and culture outdoors to the streets of Westminster.
14 September to 10 November 2021
The Bloomsbury Group were a liberal band of artists, writers and intellectuals, allied through their political ideals, love of fierce intellectual debate and stance on sexual freedom.
See What's On at their new Cabaret Lounge and the traditional theatre.
16 November to 31 December 2021
The Royal Shakespeare Company returns to the Barbican this Winter with Shakespeare’s ever popular fairy-tale farce of everyday miracles, mistaken identity and double vision. Book Now
See WhatsOnStage for other shows in London this Autumn.
This sixty second film shows how the isolation and distance that everyone has experienced during pandemic lockdowns has long been an everyday reality for LGBTI+ people all over the world.
Online events, classical, contemporary, jazz, folk and lots more.
15 September to 17 October 2021
For two centuries, the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens drew enormous crowds for its circus acts, balloon rides, orchestral concerts and spectacular fireworks.
For those in the know, however, the darker paths, wooded corners and intimate arbours were used for more illicit and illegal entertainments.
A wildly funny and deeply moving new musical is taking place at Above the Stag just yards from the old Pleasure Gardens themselves. Book your tickets now
12 December 2021
This Christmas the LGSO welcome violinist Emily Sun for a fantastic rendition of Bruch’s Violin Concerto.
They also keep things traditional for Christmas with Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite. Get Tickets
The Market Building is alive with the sound of music and amazing street performers, so go along and enjoy the show.
Wednesdays to Saturdays
Colours have reopened their doors and are buzzing to see all your naughty faces again.
See the Full Listings
Their latest installation encapsulates the joy, happiness and love they want to spread in Carnaby.
Find out what other Rainbows have popped up in Carnaby from your favourite brands. Read More
Great thinkers have open minds and one of the most open and receptive was Daniel Wolf, who sadly died in January.
The best the dance world has to offer is right on your doorstep
The latest news from Frieze.
22 September 2021 to 2 January 2022
In partnership with Art of London, the Royal Academy is turning Piccadilly into a free outdoor exhibition space.
15 to 24 October 2021
The programme places the stories of the people, places and cultures of Bloomsbury at its heart.
It takes the creative talent of local established institutions and adds emerging talent with new themes and threads, shining light on the tradition of freethinking and celebrating the 'rebels' within Bloomsbury. See What's On
National Theatre have announced over twenty new productions and projects alongside National Theatre Together.
This ambitious new campaign celebrates the people at the heart of the work they make.
Introducing their Autumn 2021 collection of shows about adapting to these topsy-turvy times from some of the world's most exciting creative voices.
Discover a series of new digital commissions inspired by the unsettling environment of Orford Ness with Afterness Online
18 to 23 October 2021
A play at the Young Vic that is a love letter to friendships; how we begin them, how we honour them and how to preserve them against all odds. Book Now
A wide range of films and programmes to watch. Read More
Britten Pears Arts is a pioneering music, arts and heritage charity based on the Suffolk coast at two popular, historic visitor destinations: The Red House and Snape Maltings.
They emerged from the creative partnership of Benjamin Britten, one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, and his professional and personal partner, singer Peter Pears. Read More about their re-opening.
The British Academy invites anyone with an inquisitive side, and access to Zoom, to get involved with its stellar series of in-conversations and author events.
From a discussion on Britain's emerging political divides, to a look back at the extraordinary career of two-time Booker Prize-winner Margaret Atwood, this varied programme has something for everyone, with events spanning politics, history, literature and law.
Alvin Baltrop’s photographs which are now on view for the first time on the West Coast of the US, are a powerful document of the perilous havens that once existed for those who had rejected lives of convention or, rather, had conventional lives that had rejected them.
Thrive LDN is a citywide movement to ensure that all Londoners have an equal opportunity to good mental health.
They offer a Support Service after sudden bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the next Forum meeting for members, Joseph Galliano & Lynne Bradley will be discussing their vision of establishing the UK's first National LGBTQ+ Museum and the progress of this ambitious project. See Westminster LGBT+ Forum for details.
The Forum is free to join and open to everyone who lives, works, plays, or just loves Westminster. Join now and you will receive an invitation to the member meetings.
See Outsavvy for a range of amazing events.