One-Off Events Happening Today Only
7:00 PMMonthly vigil at the Cross Bones Graveyard (Southwark)
F Vigils have been held on the 23rd of every month since June 2004. They are inclusive, secular events, open 'to all faiths and none'.

More things to do in London this Month

 

Regular Events on Today (typically repeat each week)
1:15 PMSomerset House: The Old Palaces Tour
F A guided tour, exploring the history of the site before this current building existed.

 

Temporary Exhibitions Open Today
F The 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogroms Remembered (Russell Square)
10:00 AMAn exhibition based on images and text from a notebook kept during the pogrom. (Ending Soon! Tue, 23rd Dec)
F Fanshawe women of the English Civil War (Becontree Heath)
10:00 AMPortraits and stories of women such as Lady Ann Fanshawe, who left a memoir describing the dramatic times of the Civil War. (Ending Soon! Sat, 3rd Jan)
Longitude Punk'd (Greenwich)
All DayThe steampunks are taking over the Royal Observatory, Greenwich (Ending Soon! Sun, 4th Jan) (Cost: £7)
Designing the 20th Century: Life and Work of Abram Games (Camden)
10:00 AMThis exhibition will explore his immigrant roots, his Jewish background and his contribution to British design. (Ending Soon! Sun, 4th Jan) (Cost: £7.50)
F Christmas Past: 400 Years of Seasonal Traditions in English Homes (Bethnal Green)
All DayEach year, the Geffrye Museum’s eleven period living rooms are transformed with authentic festive decorations, music and greenery. (Ending Soon! Sun, 4th Jan)
Ming 50 years that changed China (Russell Square)
All DayExhibition of china-ware from the famous Ming dynasty. (Ending Soon! Mon, 5th Jan) (Cost: £16.50)
F Philanthropy: a City Story
9:30 AMAn exhibition about the City of London's philanthropic giving. (Ends on Sat, 10th Jan)
F Urban Plunge (Fulham)
11:00 AMA look at the urban swimming movement through a series of proposals for river and harbour baths in London, New York and Copenhagen. (Ends on Sat, 10th Jan)
F Enfield at War: 1914-1918 (Enfield Town)
All DayThis exhibition will look at how the war affected the residents of Enfield - both in the trenches and on the home front.  (Ends on Sun, 11th Jan)
B Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age (Barbican)
All DayExhibition by 18 photographers from the 1930s to the present day who have changed the way we view architecture and perceive the world around us. (Ends on Sun, 11th Jan) (Cost: £12)
Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination (Camden)
All DayDiscover the UK’s biggest ever Gothic exhibition. (Ends on Tue, 20th Jan) (Cost: £10)
Goodbye Piccadilly: From the Home Front to the Western Front (Covent Garden)
All DayDiscover the impact on London life and the surprising role London’s bus drivers and their buses played on the Western Front.  (Ends on Sun, 8th Mar) (Cost: £15 (inc repeat visits for a year))
F Front line nurses: British nurses of the First World War (Harley Street)
9:00 AMOn the centenary of the First World War, this exhibition commemorates the professional nurses who worked, served and died between 1914 and 1918. (Ends on Tue, 31st Mar)

Location Map for Today's Events

Note: only lists venues with fixed locations - not guided walks unless a start point is known.