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National Youth Theatre stage a Dickens classic
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Sam Shepard’s anticipated play lands in London
Rock legend Brian May is putting down his guitar to throw a one-day Halloween photo exhibition (obviously). As well as being a fiend of the fretboard, Brian has one of the largest collections of Victorian stereographic photographs in the world, which will be on display alongside film screenings and other paranormal paraphernalia. Get a glimpse of the underworld without selling your soul.
See Christopher Wren’s masterpiece lit up with projections illuminating its wartime history. Poetry and photography will tell the story of St Paul’s Watch – the volunteers who protected the cathedral during the Blitz.
The genius’s behind Shoreditch’s Gloria have gone and opened another trattoria, this time in Fitzrovia. While the food is a bit hit (amazing bruschetta) and miss (terrible tiramisu), the dining room is one of the most atmospheric in London. Go for the views and stick to the small stuff.
Bring along your KeepCup and see films showcasing the effects of climate change and the sustainable projects that are making a difference.
Fancy going to an underwater rave? Sound artist Joel Cahen will be pumping music and light through the water at this east London pool party. Jump in and get your groove on above and below the surface.
This directorial debut from Joe Talbot is a brilliant, modern-day gentrification drama set in the streets of San Francisco. Expect an emotional story that’s relatable for urbanites everywhere.
It’s rare to see sci-fi on stage, but this adaptation of Stanisław Lem’s haunting novel by David Grieg does the genre justice. Expect a haunting trip into inner and outer space.
The V&A’s usual Friday late heads to Hackney Wick for the night with live music, parties, experimental performances and installations in tow.
Although nestled between sad-looking shops in this corner of Tottenham, the inside of Mona’s is seriously sleek. Join the fashionable weekend crowd and enjoy cracking cocktails that won’t hurt your pocket while grooving to the late-night DJs.
Get ready for some meat-free magic. Try plant-based treats, watch cooking demos and join talks and workshops.
Watch preened pups strut their stuff in a terrier-fying fashion show to be crowned best-dressed pooch. Proceeds go to All Dogs Matter.
The Korean American artist’s retrospective comes to the Tate, featuring more than 200 video, performance and installation pieces by a true pioneer of art and technology working side-by-side.
Discover the real-world science behind the sci-fi show at this late. Chat to scientists and the ‘Doctor Who’ special effects team.
Fill up with street food before dancing in ceilidhs and joining autumnal workshops at this fall fest.
Magazine shelf looking a bit bare? Head along to this fair showcasing 30-plus of the best 'zine publishers around. Bag yourself some new reading material while supporting London’s indie magazine scene.
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The electroclash crew tour in support of this year's acclaimed (and a little heavier than before) comeback album 'Ladytron'. But naturally, expect to hear a...
Writer Ray Connolly fields post-screening questions after this nostalgic Brit musical drama.
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Islington's genre-bending hip hop queen plays a hometown show in support of this year's acclaimed third album 'Grey Area'. Not just big, but huge.
Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra get shore leave and much singing and dancing ensues in this life-enhancing MGM gem, featuring an introduction by Patricia...
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