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The Best Theatre in September

The autumn season kicks off in London.

Family Entertainment in September

A new school year is almost upon us, but this September, there are still plenty of fun activities on offer that will soften the blow for kids who are less than keen to return to their books.

This week: 27 August – 2 September

It feels like the end of summer is here. But fear not, September in London means only one thing: a new season is starting with even more theatre, music and culture for you to discover!

“It’s all or nothing, for all the girls”

Karla Crome talks to us about Dance Nation, a new play coming to the Almeida Theatre.

Sizzle at Club Swizzle

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

This week: 20-26 August

Make the most of the last days of summer with some recreational, relaxing pop-ups, magical performances and interesting exhibitions.

Bank Holiday Activities

One last big carefree celebration of summer!

Having a good time, Old Sport?

This summer, The Guild of Misrule 'The Great Gatsby' has become the longest running immersive production in the UK. The extraordinary retelling of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s iconic novel continues to invite audiences into the decadent world of 1920s jazz.

An Interview with designer Lucy Stephens

The founder of LucyLovesThis told us everything about her new whimsical London guidebook coming out this month.

This week: 13 – 19 August

Could this glorious summer be heading towards its last couple of weeks? Let's make the most of the ice cream, festivals and endless summer night season with our tips the week!

Telling Chinatown’s Stories

Community-led walking tours unveil some of the lesser-known secrets of Chinatown and its history and heritage

Carole Bryon, the “Lady of the Grapes”

Wine lover Carole Bryon is fulfilling her dream of opening a wine bar that champions female wine makers.

Being a LIAR is alarmingly fun

Interactive show £¥€$ (LIES) from acclaimed Belgian company Ontroerend Goed lets the audience members gamble against the financial system.

Top 5: Afternoon Tea Week in London

Clotted cream at the ready - it's almost time for the annual celebration of Britain's favourite pastime again!

“Will you play spies with me?”

Fulfil your childhood dreams of spy rings and espionage by attending Lamplighters at the Old Red Lion, an interactive performance where you will embark on your very own operation with the secret service.

The Everywhere Bear at Polka Theatre

We talk to illustrator Rebecca Cobb about seeing her creations come to life on stage!

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