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Now that the longest month of the year is over – bye Dry Jan, bye Veganuary, bye being broke – we can start having some fun again. The big one this month is obviously Valentine’s Day. If you’re coupled up, you’ll wanna get those gifts sorted and if you’re boycotting all the romance, there’s still some goodies for you too, like free grub at Eggbreak. We’ve also got National Pizza Day and Pancake Day this month, so you can gorge yourself silly on dough, a whole bunch of new exhibitions are opening, and it’s Six Nations time, so there really is a reason for you to spend your weekends in the pub. February, we heart you.There are so many things to do in London every day which is why London on the Inside is here to tell you about only the very best London events. Our filters let you see the best things to do in London today, this week, or even for the whole month, so you can see what’s on at the times that are important to you. We bring you the best of what is on in London, from strolls along the river to London bridge to the best London theatre, exhibitions and events. And for even more tips, you can browse our guides on the best London hotels, London bars, and the best London restaurants.

Looking for things to do in London this month? You’re in plenty of time to book tickets to the best events in London, from theatre shows to art exhibitions. Our guide below will show you all the best things to do in London this month and beyond so you can snap up tickets and get some dates in the diary. If you need to know what’s on in London TODAY, then don’t forget to check out our guide to the best things happening in London today, or if you’re just looking ahead to what’s on in London this week, then have a look at our guide to all the best things to do in London this week.

The Wonder Factory will have 15 different decorated rooms all designed to be the perfect backdrops for your insta snaps.

21st December 2019 - February 2020

Jamie Lloyd is directing this Martin Crimp adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s classic play, with James McAvoy starring as the titular Cyrano De Begerac.

27th November 2019 - 29th February 2020

Photographer Martin Hartley, who helped developed the jacket, is showcasing the Taken To Extremes exhibition on the walls of the Shackleton store

Until the end of February 2020

Filthy Buns can help you celebrate saying ciao ciao to the longest month of the year with their new burger special, the Millionnaire’s Short Rib burger

1st - 29th February 2020

There may not be any trains running out of King’s Cross on the last weekend of the month but there’s still a reason to head down to the station – the Sweaty Betty Express.

29th February 2020

The inaugural BrewLDN festival is taking over the Old Truman Brewery for three days and with over 150 exhibitors under the same roof, it’s one you won’t wanna miss.

27th - 29th February 2020

Chiswick House & Gardens is getting in on the lights festival action by playing host to Lightopia.

22nd January - 1st March 2020

Running out of PASSO in Shoreditch every Sunday, PUFF will be serving up treats like vienoisserie, mille-feuille, frangipane tarts and hot rice pudding

9th February - 1st March 2020

The annual charity event Who’s Cooking Dinner? is back for its 21st year to raise even more money for leukaemia research

2nd March 2020

To celebrate its move, KERB King’s Cross will be giving away 400 FREE lunches across the first two trading days of March.

2nd & 3rd March 2020

If you can’t make it to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, the party is now coming to you as Southern Comfort is throwing an immersive two-day celebration

4th & 5th March 2020

Pop-up urban market SAMPLE returns to Greenwich Peninsula this March for its tenth edition

7th March 2020

London is getting a dachshund disco cafe, and it’s gonna be one pupular paw-ty.

8th March 2020

The annual orchid festival is back at Kew and for the first time the theme is Indonesia.

8th February - 8th March 2020

The V&A is hosting a big solo exhibition of British fashion photographer Tim Walker, who will be showing new photos inspired by the museum

21st September 2019 - 8th March 2020

The BBC 6 Music Festival takes place in a different city in the UK each this year and for 2020, it’s heading to London and more specifically, Camden.

6th - 8th March 2020

Troy: Myth and Reality, is now on at The British Museum, and explores the fact and fiction behind the Trojan War.

Until 8th March 2020

Bergamotte is bringing the jungle to Shoreditch as it pops-up by the Truman Brewery with an urban greenhouse packed with plants

5th - 8th March 2020

Tired of drinking rubbish wine? Well stop wine-ing about it and get yourself to the RAW Wine Fair

8th & 9th March 2020

In honour of its 20th birthday, one of the pods on the London Eye is being transformed into a fully-functioning pub, The King Vic

6th - 9th March 2020

Four of London’s best restaurants will be under one roof for one night only this March as Emilia plays host to a La Famiglia charity dinner.

12th March 2020

Gotto Trattoria is all about simple and tasty family-style Italian food and at this masterclass you can learn how to make a real deal Neapolitan pizza.

13th March 2020

Written by Gillian Greer and hosted at Theatre503 in Battersea, MEAT is about consent, class, sex and power in modern-day Ireland.

19th February - 14th March 2020

Malborough Gallery is hosting Wattle & Daub, the first UK solo exhibition of NYC-based sculptor Lars Fisk, who is known for working with spheres.

4th February - 14th March 2020

Thurston Moore, lead singer of Sonic Youth, has teamed up with comic artist Savage Pencil and Pete Flanagan to open Ecstatic Peace Library in Stokey.

5th February - 14th March 2020

ANAN, a new supperclub centred around humble hummus, is coming to Allpress Dalston in March.

12th - 14th March 2020

The Tate Modern is hosting the largest retrospective of Dora Maar ever held in the UK, with over 200 works from her long career on show

20th November 2019 – 15th March 2020

Learn some of the secrets behind Koya’s legendary udon with this noodle stepping and cutting masterclass.

15th March 2020

Prepare to have the song stuck in your head for the rest of the day because Kelis is actually bringing her milkshakes (and presumably all the boys) to the yard

18th & 19th March 2020

Immersive theatre concept DARKFIELD, where the shows take place inside shipping containers and in complete darkness, is coming to King’s Cross.

28th February - 22nd March 2020

Selfridges is all about the positive vibes for 2020 with its Happy New Decade campaign – we’ve already had a giant yellow slide and now we’re getting a brand new comedy club.

30th January - 26th March 2020

James Turrell is back at Pace Gallery for his ninth solo show, featuring both archival light works and new pieces from his Constellations series

11th February - 27th March 2020

Espresso Martini Society is coming back to town with its massive martini menu for a spring edition, and this time it’s going bottomless.

28th March 2020

Mary Poppins is back its original West End home, the Prince Edward Theatre, for a new run with Zizi Strallen back in the title role

23rd October 2019 - 29th March 2020

Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming star as Hamm and Clov in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, directed by Richard Jones

27th January - 28th March 2020

Counter Culture, Robin Gill’s small plates restaurant next door to The Dairy in Clapham, is going vegan by letting Alter in to takeover the kitchen

Until 28th March 202

We were all obsessed by Blue Planet II and now you can relive the best bits of the action live in concert at The O2.

29th March 2020

Put your putting skills to the test at the new nine-hole Club Golf course in Coal Drops Yard, inpsired by the rave days of King’s Cross

19th February - 29th March 2020

Held at Abney Hall in Stokey, the vintage furniture and lighting market will feature traders from all over the UK

29th March 2020

Katsu sando pioneers TŌU, aka owners of TĀTĀ Eatery Ana Gonçalves and Zijun Meng, are launching their first ever guest chef series.

30th March 2020

Biff’s is getting in on the katsu sando action with the Jacksu Sando, featuring a panko-dipped fried jackfruit cutlet, tonkatsu sauce and tempura broccoli

1st - 31st March 2020

The 1980 classic is hitting the West End stage courtesy of Dolly Parton herself, featuring that original Oscar, Grammy and Tony award-nominated score.

Until 4th April 2020

Secret Theatre Project is back in town with new immersive theatre show The Invitation, which is being billed as ‘Eyes Wide Shut Meets SE7EN.

Until 5th April 2020

The Royal British Legion is bringing the stories behind the tattoos of people in the Armed Forces to life with the Tribute Ink exhibition at the National Army Museum

31st January - 17th April 2020

French artist Emmanuelle Moureaux is presenting one of her large-scale installations in the UK for the very first time at NOW Gallery

5th February - 19th April 2020

Lipstick and high heels at the ready as London’s SkyBar is hosting a drag brunch that pays homage to some of the most influential queens of the music industry,

29th February, 28th March & 25th April 2020

Somerset House is going mushroom mad with an exhibition dedicated to fungi. Works from over 40 artists will be on display.

31st January - 26th April 2020

Gizzi Erskine is popping up at St Martins Lane Kitchen for three months with The Nitery, inspired by the bohemian restaurants that popped in Paris and Atlantic City in the early 20th century.

13th February - 30th April 2020

The largest collection of King Tutankhamun’s treasures to leave Egypt is going on display at the Saatchi Gallery with over 150 artefacts on show

2nd November 2019 – 3rd May 2020

The Tate is hosting the first major exhibition of Steve McQueen’s artwork in the UK for two decades, since he won the Turner Prize in 1999.

13th February - 11th May 2020

Through film and photography this exhibition at the Barbican is exploring the construct and performance of masculinity from the ’60s to the present day.

20th February - 17th May 2020

Meet Vincent Van Gogh is an experience that immerses you in his life and art so you can really understand his influences and his techniques

7th February - 21st May 2020

Dulwich Picture Gallery is marking 100 years since the birth of surrealism with this exhibition focusing on British surrealism

26th February - 17th May 2020

The 55th Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is being hosted at the Natural History Museum, featuring images selected from almost 50,000 entries

18th October 2019 - 31st May 2020

This exhibition at the V&A will trace the historical and cultural significance of the kimono from the 1600s to the present day

29th February - 21st June 2020

David Hockney: Drawing From Life at the National Portrait Gallery, will be the largest display of his drawings in over 20 years.

27th February - 28th June 2020

This fair city of ours has inspired a lot of music over the years and now with London Jukebox, the latest installation at the London Mithraeum, you can listen to some of the best songs.

Until 11th July 2020

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