Top events in London today
This breakfast talk explores the recent work behind two well-known London icons – the Smithson’s Economist Building and Seifert’s Centre Point.
From railways to electric light, the Victorians are famous for changing the face of Britain. But what about in the kitchen?
Jones will share Nike’s history of sustainable practices, from innovative design to ethical manufacturing.
Sir David Attenborough narrates the film that was directed by George Chan and produced by the Media Trust.
Canon Ian Sherwood talk on the history, living history and constant challenge to preserve the church where he has ministered for 29 years
Tottenham Court Road)
Friend and Company Architects present their award-winning Pop Up Ute project — an up-cycled addition to an industrial heritage site
What's on in London today |
London tomorrow |
Things to do in London this weekend
Events in April |
Events in May |
Events in June |
Events in July
Ten exhibitions open today - Closing Soon
An exhibition of texts from the Library of the Royal Society of Medicine. ( )
Closing soon Sat, 21st Apr
Fathoming flow in the body, the sewer, the river and the city – a new work by Somerset House Studios artist Eloise Hawser. ( )
Closing soon Sun, 22nd Apr
The exhibition explores the ideas and skills that go into great underground structures and looks to a future where smart subterranean construction can contribute ever greater benefits. ( )
Closing soon Sat, 28th Apr
This exhibition of new and recent work by artist Louise Weir, takes visitors on an investigative journey of memory, identity and loss informed by Charles Dickens’s classic novel, Great Expectations. ( )
Closing soon Sun, 29th Apr
Painter of London life Ed Gray exhibits his paintings of everyday London life. ( )
Closing soon Mon, 30th Apr
A journey behind the scenes encountering collections, installations, audiovisual content and live performances that reveal the stories of Southbank Centre's 1960s buildings. ( )
Closing soon Tue, 1st May
This is a selection from the photographic project tracing the route of the new Elizabeth Line across central London, recording people and places encountered along the way. ( )
Closing soon Fri, 4th May
TYPE (Friday, 20th Apr - 12pm to 6pm) A collection of rare and sought after artworks from some of the most exciting British artists in the contemporary art world.
This exhibition presents captivating works by Monet, Tissot, Pissarro and their compatriots.
This exhibition shows the rich material world of Charles II's court and the role of the arts in the re-establishment of the Stuart monarchy.
Exhibitions opening soon