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London Festivals 

This week: 16 – 22 July

Summer goes on. Cheer up and get some culture in your life!

Circus visionary Yaron Lifschitz

Australian company Circa dominate the international contemporary circus scene consistently, exploring the boundaries of the body, both physically and dramatically.

Michael Jackson: On the Wall

The legacy of the Kind of Pop is celebrated by contemporary artists in a blockbuster exhibition at the National Portrait Exhibition.

The RAH Young Producers programme

Applications are now open!

Verdi’s Requiem by Monteverdi Choir

A special evening in support of cancer research

18 September 2018

Theatre on the Tea Lawn

The picturesque Tea Lawn outside Highgate’s historic Lauderdale House is brought to life with music, theatre and live events this summer!

18 July 2018 – 29 July 2018

People Powered Poetry

Tech and poetry come together for two nights of live improvised performances.

25 July 2018 – 26 July 2018

An interview with Jules Buckley

The conductor who is shaking up the BBC Proms.

Top 5: Star Gazing in the West End

There is a high celebrity density in London Theatres right now!

London International Music Festival

Head to the second edition of the London International Music Festival, an event which offers the opportunity for non-professional choral, instrumental, and dance groups from all over the world to gather together in the UK's cultural centre.

16 July 2018 – 19 July 2018

The Art of Campari exhibition

Celebrate this summer the richness of an iconic ruby-red bitter Italian aperitivo in a new exhibition.

11 July 2018 – 16 September 2018

Michel Legrand & the Royal Philharmonic

Multi award-winning French jazz composer to perform ’60 Years of Music and Movies’ for one night only.

18 September 2018

Sculpture in the City

EC3 transforms into an urban outdoor gallery

Win 2 Tickets to an Immersive Disney Fantasia Experience!

This summer, the exciting underground world of The Vaults presents Sounds and Sorcery celebrating Disney Fantasia.

An Interview with Tony Lee Moral, expert

Tony will introduce some of the director’s masterpieces at Regent Street Cinema’s Hitchcock Summer Season

Festivals are becoming an increasingly popular phenomenon in London’s cultural calendar. Ranging from lively music festivals taking over entire parks in the middle of the summer to wintry affairs in more intimate locations, there’s always an eclectic array on offer, with plenty of new events starting up all the time. Plus they needn’t take over an entire weekend: there are lots of shorter festivals that you can easily pop in and out of as you wish. So whether you’re looking for some food, culture or music, get stuck in and find out about some of the amazing festivals that London has to offer!