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Big screen classics back on the big screen at the BFI

A comforting antidote to the dreadful past few months, the BFI Southbank is screening a series of Bank Holiday style comfort movies when it reopens next month.

Tickets Alert: Walk through an underground train tunnel

This coming Saturday, there’s a chance to walk through the tunnels deep under Clerkenwell once used by the Post Office’s private Mail Rail trains.

Tickets Alert: Backstage tours of the O2 / Millennium Dome

For the next few weeks, the O2 Arena in North Greenwich is hosting behind the scenes tours of the main stage.

Tickets Alert: Open air screenings of Jesus Christ Superstar

For the first time ever, performances at Regent’s Park’s Open Air Theatre will be relayed live to up to 5,000 additional ticketholders via a giant screen on the outside lawn.

Tickets Alert: Transport Museum – late night openings

The London Transport Museum has announced that it is going to be opening later in the evenings every Thursday in September and October.

Tickets Alert: Heritage Open Days announced

Next month is the annual Heritage Open Days, where normally private buildings across the UK open their doors to the public.

Tickets Alert: Fires, bells and spinning wheels

Tickets for three art installations for the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival are released at lunchtime today.

Tickets Alert: London Craft Week

London Craft Week will take place at the end of September, and alongside exhibitions of crafty wares in shops and galleries, there are a number of pre-bookable talks and workshops.

Design Museum to open late throughout August

With social distancing reducing how many people can get into museums, the Design Museum is extending its opening hours for the month of August.

Tickets Alert: Midnight Apothecary returns to the Brunel Museum

The Brunel Museum is reopening its open-air cocktail garden built on top of Brunel’s original tunnel shaft in Rotherhithe from next Friday.

Tickets Alert: Cycle around Kew Gardens

Bicycles are not normally allowed inside Kew Gardens, but for one evening next month, two wheels can replace two feet for visitors.

Hampton Court Palace reopens to the public

Although some of the gardens are already open, the main buildings at Hampton Court Palace remained closed, until now.

Barbican conservatory starts weekday openings

If you didn’t know it was there, it can be a surprise to learn that London’s second-largest glasshouse is in the Barbican centre.

Tickets Alert: Tours of historic Trinity House

Next to the Tower of London is 220(ish) year old building that is the headquarters of the people who look after the lighthouses.

Tickets Alert: London Concours luxury car exhibition

A luxury event full of people sipping champagne while looking at expensive cars turns out to be quite affordable.

Tickets Alert: Art Tour of the Belmond Cadogan Hotel

As part of London Craft Week, delayed this year, the Belmond Cadogan Hotel is offering tours to view many of the original pieces on display throughout the hotel, by mainly British artists

Tickets Alert: First ever wander around Highgate’s West Cemetery

Highgate’s West Cemetery is the famous half of the cemetery and for the first time since the 1970s, they are going to open it up to people – without going on a tour.

Tickets Alert: Christmas at Kew Gardens

It’s the week of an expected heatwave, so what better time to be thinking about Christmas?