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And boom, just like that it’s a whole new season. September is normally packed with events and openings – whilst they may not be on the same scale as usual, London Design Festival and Open House are still taking place, exhibitions are still on and pop-ups are still popping up. A lot of restaurants are continuing the Eat Out To To Help Out scheme throughout the month so there are lots more bargain meals to be had too.
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 Corsica Studios team has brought The Paperworks back for 2020 , this time creating a suntrap off the Old Kent Road

21st August - 26th September 2020

Another, yes ANOTHER, day dedicated to dogs is coming to London, this time at East London rooftop bar Skylight.

27th September 2020

Now that the government has allowed outdoor theatre performances to resume, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is putting on a special concert staging of their award-winning production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

14th August - 27th September 2020

Rapha is riding on over to Canary Wharf this summer with a pop-up clubhouse featuring everything you need for cycling around town

Until 27th September 2020

Get the bevs in at an abandoned car wash in East London as The Old Car Wash in Homerton opens for the summer.

6th August - end September 2020

American export by CHLOE. is known for its tasty vegan grub but this month they’re partnering with hard-seltzer brand Fountain for a bottomless brunch like no other.

Until 27th September 2020

Stevie Parle is making a return to Portobello Docks with brand new pop-up JOY, including a bar, FLORA, a farm shop and a honey store

31st July - end of September 2020

Kricket is hosting a guest chef series this September at the Television Centre restaurant in aid of anti-trafficking charity Ape Aap Women’s Collective

15th, 22nd & 29th September 2020

Royal Ballet dancer Chisato Katsura set up DistDancing, a series of free performances done by furloughed Royal Ballet dancers to help keep them fresh and to give us a chance to see some live dance.

Until October 2020

After launching ‘Giz & Green’s Monday Night Fakeaway’ on Instagram during lockdown, Gizzi Erksine and Professor Green are taking things IRL with a summer pop-up at Passo.

Until 30th September 2020

Syke Gyngell’s restaurant Spring, inside Somerset House, is still closed so she’s popped up in the courtyard with a new pastel pink shipping container.

Until end of September 2020

A plants and ceramics market is coming to Dalston were you can shop from a range of cacti, succulents and other house plants, and then find the perfect pot or planter for them to live in.

Sat 3rd & Sun 4th October 2020

AngloThai is already running a Northern Thai-influenced pop-up at Newcomer Wines and now they’re bringing the ‘AngloThai With Friends’ series to Dalston too.

2nd August - 4th October 2020

As part of Oxfam’s #SecondHandSeptember campaign, stylist Bay Garnett has opened an Oxfam pop-up inside Selfridges

7th September - 5th October 2020

The Underbelly team, best known for its festival on the South Bank, is popping up in the area with new street food concept StreetEat.

24th July - 10th October 2020

Setting up shop in Copeland Park, Peckham Salvage Yard will play host to over 60 handpicked traders selling a whole range of vintage goods.

10th & 11th October 2020

The Hackney Record Fair is heading south and pitching up in Peckham this October with all things vinyl

11th October 2020

Kensington & Chelsea Art Week will feature over 100 participants and span events, talks, installations, exhibitions and art trails throughout the borough.

1st - 11th October 2020

Sustainable sneaker brand Cariuma has popped up in Selfridges with an eco-conscious space that showcases the brand’s use of natural materials

Until mid-October 2020

As part of its new sustainability initiative Project Earth, Selfridges is hosting a series of virtual events covering issues like the climate crisis, the future of shopping and ethical eating.

15th September - 15th October 2020

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

Until 25th October 2020

Dive into the world of The Little Mermaid with Fever, who are transforming a secret London location into a stormy sea shore and underwater cave

17th September - 25th October 2020

Among The Trees at the Hayward Gallery brings together works from various artists to explore our relationship with trees, during a period where many of the world’s forests are being destroyed at an alarming rate.

1st August - 31st October 2020

The Bridge Theatre is back with new season of one-person plays and a maximum audience capacity of 250 people.

27th August - 31st October 2020

Secret 7″ is back for 2020; seven amazing songs, each pressed 100 times, with each sleeve designed by a different mystery artist.

14th October - 1st November 2020

This major retrospective of Andy Warhol’s work at the Tate Modern is the gallery’s first exhibition on the artist for more than 20 years.

27th July - 5th November 2020

Stephen Friedman Gallery is celebrating its 25th birthday with an anniversary exhibition at both galleries on Old Burlington Street

25th September – 7th November 2020

David Hill Gallery is bringing together some of the most influential West African photographers for the group show Tête-à-Têtes: West African Portraiture from Independence into the 21st Century.

18th September - 27th November 2020

Jimmy Garcia is taking over the Southbank this winter with his Lodge on the River, including those (heated, obvs) riverside igloos

9th October - 30th December 2020

Tomos Parry is taking Brat al fresco this summer with a residency at Climpson’s Arch. He’ll be serving Brat’s signature whole roasted turbot, spider crab and grilled bread from the wood ovens in the courtyard

Until January 2021

The six Titian paintings that make up his series based on classical myths are being shown together for the first time in over 400 years

8th July 2020 - 17th January 2020

The British Museum is hosting a major exhibition on Tantra, the philosophy centred on the power of the divine feminine energy.

24th September 2020 – 24th January 2021

The Design Museum is celebrating the world of electronic music with this major new exhibition Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers

31st July 2020 - 14th February 2021
Great Scott, a Back to the Future musical is coming to the West End! And the actual creators of the film trilogy – Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale – are behind it. All the regulars like Doc, Marty, Biff, George and Lorraine are making a return, but this time, they’re belting out the tunes. Obvs [...]

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