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
After a long old lockdown the Espresso Martini Society is BACK and this time it’s going bottomless at the New Yorker Gallery
If you watched this year’s Great British Menu and liked the look of Oli Marlow’s score-topping menu, you can now try it for yourselves as he’s cooking it in full at Rondo
The theme of this year’s London Design Biennale at Somerset House is ‘Resonance’ so exhibitors from six continents will be showing concepts and projects that address global challenge
If vibrant colour and wacky photography is your jam, then Hoxton 253’s ‘Absolutely Augmented Reality’ has to be top of the list.
UN Women UK is launching a new virtual gallery of original artwork that explores a safer reality for women and marginalised individuals.
Moreau Paris is hosting a one-day sample sale at The Music Room in Mayfair, with prices on a range of leather goods slashed by up to 70%.
The Dorchester is now bringing in guest chefs to take over the rooftop and it’s currently the turn of Mexican chef Adriana Cavita
Luke Jerram is hanging a Gaia, a detailed model of the Earth in the spectacular Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich
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.
Part of the Harold Pinter Theatre’s Re:Emerge season, J’Ouvert is debut play from James Tait Black Award-winner Yasmin Joseph
It’s been a long time coming but in-person art fairs are BACK, starting with The Other Art Fair in King’s Cross this July.
If you mothercluckin’ love chicken wings then you won’t wanna miss WingJam 2021, a three-day celebration of all things wings.
Elliot’s is bringing back pop-up terrace, Ell Fresco, opposite their Borough Market restaurant
Jamii, the online marketplace and discount card for Black-owned businesses in the UK, is back with a pop-up weekender
Kensington & Chelsea Art Week is back as part of the summer-long Kensington & Chelsea Festival celebrating the borough
Greenwich Theatre is uniting three of Caryl Churchill’s one-act plays for the stage with Bad Nights and Odd Days
The Affordable Art Fair is back in Battersea for its summer edition with household names and emerging artists featured and ready to shop
OH. MY. GOD. The festival dedicated to our favourite Friends is back in LONDON BABY as part of its biggest ever tour this summer
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.
Women Making History features over 100 activist banners, originally created as part of mass-participation artwork PROCESSIONS
After popping up last summer, 180-capacity outdoor bar and restaurant London Fields Courtyard is back for 2021.
Get that booty to the car booty because the Classic Car Boot is coming BACK and cruising into King’s Cross once more
Mark your calendars people, Taste of London is BACK! With over 30 of London’s best restaurants pitching up, Regent’s Park will be transformed into a foodie paradise.
Kaleidoscope Festival is taking over Ally Pally for one day this July and it’s certainly cramming a lot in with music, comedy, and street food.
Adapted from Hirokazu Kore-eda’s award-winning film by Jack Thorne (who did a little production called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), After Life is a surreal look at the way we view our lives.
Setting up shop in Copeland Park, Peckham Salvage Yard will play host to over 60 handpicked traders selling a whole range of vintage goods.
If you can’t get into the Infinity Rooms exhibition at the Tate, there’s another Yayoi Kusama show on in London
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
The GALA crew is back for 2020 with a big ol’ knees up at Peckham Rye Park and this time they’re doubling up to two days
A pug cafe, dachshund cafe and cockapoo cafe will all be taking over Devonshire Terrace in Liverpool Street open to dog owners and dog fans alike
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.
Secret Adventures is pitching up at West Reservoir in Stokey this summer, offering lake swimming, cocktials and campfires
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
Ally Pally’s street food & craft beer festival, StrEATlife, is back for two mega weekends this June and August
The Barbican is hosting Brutal Beauty the first major UK exhibition on French artist Jean Dubuffet in over 50 years.
Heritage Live is series of summer concerts held at stately homes and culturally significant venues across the country
After a massive relocation to Meridian Water by Tottenham Marshes in 2019 and a cancellation in 2020, Field Day is linking up with All Points East and heading home to Victoria Park for 2021.
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.
Walthamstow Wetlands is teaming up with the William Morris Gallery to host an exhibition on Finnish artist and Moomins creator Tove Jansson
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
Dine on some of the finest food in town whilst suspended 100 feet over London
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 immersive Van Gogh Alive, which has toured in over 65 cities worldwide, is coming to Kensington Gardens this summer. This exhibition will feature over…
Underbelly Festival is BACK for 2021 bringing comedy, music, cabaret, and more to the brand new location of Cavendish Square
London Bridge City, aka The Scoop, is hosting Summer By The River, another season of free treats including live music, sports screenings, and an outdoor cinema
The Saatchi Gallery is hosting the largest ever solo exhibition on French street artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic pieces
Ola Ince is making her Globe debut with her version of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Romeo & Juliet, starring Alfred Enoch and Rebekah Murrell
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
After being delayed a year by the pandemic (the exhibition was meant to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the British postcard), Wish You Were Here is finally on show at the Postal Museum.
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