The Best Of London’s What’s On

September 15, 2020What's On

Many of you got in touch about the possibility of our hosting walking events shortly, but this is now on hold due to the newly revised social restrictions of not more than 6 people meeting up.

So whilst we hang on that bit longer we had another good look at what’s on in London at the moment. Here are some of our top picks, which include a mixture of places to visit in-person or online.

1. London Mural Festival – throughout September
The first of its kind, this street art festival looks amazing (above photo: Mr.Cenz, London Mural Festival, 233 Holmesdale Rd SE25 6PR). A feast for the eyes, this art movement of new large scale murals painted on suburban houses, city centres and cultural hubs, is well worth seeing.


2. Totally Thames Festival – 1st-30th September
Find out about their arts events, active adventures, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes celebrating the River Thames. There’s a mix of outdoor and digital events.


3. London Design Festival – 12th-20th September
You can visit or indulge online with a digital programme of events, talks, workshops and keynotes.


4. London Fashion Week – 17th-22nd September
With both a digital and physical schedule you can choose from, the London Fashion Week is still going ahead and will bring colour and brightness to these times.


5. La bohème – 19th-27th September
The English National Opera are performing at Alexandra Palace at Drive & Live, where you can come by car or bicycle or use an Uber Box static car that adheres to social distancing.


6. FT’s The New Social Contract Live – 21st-25th September
This fascinating week of free online daily discussions from the Financial Times Live brings us FT’s Digital Dialogues: The New Social Contract Live, where FT editors and experts will assess the problems and potential solutions we will confront after the pandemic.


7. BFI London Film Festival – 7th-18th October
There are 50 virtual premieres for their free online event and cinema screenings across the land too.


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