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This Week: 24 - 30 September

This week in London, girls rule the screen, there are treats galore and one of London's most beloved venues shows off its new face...

An interview with Jane Giles

Ahead of the publication of a new book about the Scala, we chat to author Jane Giles about celebrating the cinema’s legacy.

The Best Theatre in September

The autumn season kicks off in London.

Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen

Proud Galleries celebrates the movie icon with a collection of rare photographs.

An interview with Louise Dearman

'Nothing like a Dame' sees a super group of amazing musical stars come together to perform songs from the most famous female roles over the past century.

Sizzle at Club Swizzle

A double shot of sass makes this sexy, boozy adult circus a naughty night out.

This week: 6 – 12 August

Wether you have the kids at home during summer break or looking for fun activities for yourself, the nights are warm and full of possibilities, so fill them with children and adult adventures alike!

It’s better down where it’s wetter

Metta Theatre awakens the imagination, crossing music, song, physical theatre and acrobatics to tell the story of The Little Mermaid.

This week: 30 July – 5 August

Stuck in the city this summer? Lucky you!

Raving while staying still

Contemporary choreography wizard Wayne McGregor creates a piece of dance that is reshuffled and sequenced anew every night by algorithm.

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.

Spotlight on: Gay’s the Word

In honour of Pride today we are giving center stage to the UK's only remaining LGBTQ+ bookshop.

This week: 2 – 8 July

Are you enjoying the sunshine? There's a lot to do in London this week!

I’m an intersectional feminist unicorn!

Julia Crofts Power Ballad at Battersea Arts Centre goes in search of non-patriarchal language.

Margo: Half Woman, Half Beast at JW3

Melinda Hughes channels one of Weimar Germany's most notorious female stars in this one woman cabaret show.