Sebastian Chaumeton’s latest collection Context Plz, which is a modern reinterpretation of The Twelve Labours of Hercules.
Pop-up urban market SAMPLE returns to Greenwich Peninsula this May with a range of emerging and indie brands, makers and artists in tow.
The Independent Ceramics Market is back at Stokey’s Abney Hall with over 40 ceramicists selling their wares
After having to cancel Glasto for the second year running, organiser Emily Eavis turning the festival into the Live At Worthy Farm livestream
The Hackney Record Fair is back this May celebrating all things vinyl
Get massive discounts at the Folk, YMC, Oliver Spencer & Blundstone sample sale taking place in Shoreditch.
Chef Jack Padoan is back with the next Hotel Savioli pop-up, a sit-down set menu at Catalyst Cafe in Chancery Lane
Music mag DIY are teaming up with Marshall to host a big ‘ol socially distanced gig at Hackney Wick’s Studio 9294.
Refugee employment charity Breaking Barriers has teamed up with renowned photographer Rankin for new online exhibition Leave Home, Save Lives
Now that outdoor fun is in full swing, Ally Pally are putting on a series of alfresco comedy shows for the bank holiday weekend that’s coming up at the end of the month.
To celebrate hospitality heading back indoors, Covent Garden is hosting a rosé festival across the Piazza – rosé ALL DAY
Whizz around the world without leaving King’s Cross at the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition.
The Harold Pinter Theatre is re-opening with the Re:Emerge season. a three-play series featuring new talent, and it kicks of with Walden, the debut play by Amy Berryman
Alyn Williams will be cooking at The Observatory at Wardian in Canary Wharf for a very spesh ‘dine in the sky’ experience this June
After a successful evening pop-up series last summer, Nick Fitzgerald is bringing it back to Tacos Padre for 2021. Running Thursdays - Saturdays on the…
Bigfoot, the UK’s first craft beer music festival, which was forced to postpone its inaugural edition last year due to the pandemic, is back for 2021 with Primal Scream and Hot Chip Megamix
The Underbelly team, best known for its festival on the South Bank, is popping up in the area with new street food concept StreetEat.
A Better Feeling, the brand founded by Xander Ghost that’s best known for its eyewear, has made its retail debut with a pop-up in Selfridges.
Bargain hunters, time to pay attention! Vintage institution Beyond Retro are holding a HUGE garage sale
Stage designer Es Devlin is installing a 400-tree forest in the courtyard of Somerset House this summer as part of the London Design Biennale
The city’s first post-lockdown outdoor concert is happening this June with Heritage Live at Kenwood House.
UN Women UK is launching a new virtual gallery of original artwork that explores a safer reality for women and marginalised individuals.
The Augmented Gallery is a new interactive art trail across the West End that uses QR codes and AR tech to display twenty masterpieces in 3D.
Elliot’s is bringing back pop-up terrace, Ell Fresco, opposite their Borough Market restaurant
RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Willam and Latrice Royale are making their West End debuts in comedy murder mystery Death Drop.
Football’s coming home this summer and you can watch it happen at Flat Iron Square, which is screening all the Euro 2021 games.
After popping up last summer, 180-capacity outdoor bar and restaurant London Fields Courtyard is back for 2021.
Zero-Living, the sustainably conscious website founded by Natalie Denyer, is popping up IRL with a store in Mayfair.
Walthamstow’s neon paradise God’s Own Junkyard is heading to the City and taking over Leadenhall Market with an immersive exhibition
Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda first exhibited at 180 The Strand back in 2017 with his strobe light floor installation ‘Test Pattern [N° 12]’ and now he’s back for his biggest European show to date.
Skylight is known for its epic rooftop space but this spring and summer it’s teaming up with KERB and taking over the quayside area at Tobacco Dock too
The Barbican is hosting Brutal Beauty the first major UK exhibition on French artist Jean Dubuffet in over 50 years.
With the doors to London’s galleries still closed, Mayfair & Belgravia have decided to showcase some of the most exciting and innovative art installations on the streets instead with the Wander Art trail
Pub in the Park is set to return later this year and this time they’re parking up at TWO London locations – Dulwich and Chiswick.
Epic Iran at the V&A will explore one of the greatest civilisations in history and showcase over 5000 years of Iranian art, design and culture.
Following a sell-out tour and a Christmas season at The Other Palace in 2019, Amélie The Musical is transferring to the West End with a run at the Criterion Theatre
KERB is parking up at The National Theatre this spring and summer with five food trucks, two bars and a rotating line-up of music.
During the pandemic David Hockney captured the season of spring by producing new works on his iPad and now they’re going on show at the Royal Academy
Prepare to see the brightest colours ever created at Kew Gardens this summer at new major exhibition Naturally Brilliant Colour.
The Design Museum is diving into the world of sneakers with their major exhibition Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street.
The 2019 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is back for The Globe’s 2021 season, with lots of pinatas, glitter and streamers.
The Art of Banksy exhibition (not authorised by the artist) will display the world’s largest collection of privately owned Banksy works.
Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser at the V&A explores the origins and adaptations of Alice in Wonderland over the years
Our Future Planet at the Science Museum will showcase some of the cutting-edge tech being developed to hep remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere