Bust out the party poppers: Time Out is turning 50! And to celebrate we’re throwing a massive party.
Up to 60 percent off tickets to this glitzy musical
Exclusive tickets to a gripping piece of theatre directed by Stephen Daldry
Tickets to Emma Rice‘s adaptation of Angela Carter‘s novel
Bottomless pizza. Need we say more?
Fitness classes from £2 a class- no excuses!
Hop aboard the London Eye with London’s finest artisan alcohol producers
Tickets to a magic show like no other
Fun, science-based talks at the RI for a tenner each
London’s top patty-makers go head to head in this mighty contest
Time Out is turning 50 – and to mark our half-century we’re throwing a huge birthday bash. Join us in Granary Square for this birthday bonanza celebrating the very best of London, across food, drink, performance, comedy and music.
Get the steins in at this Oktoberfest extravaganza taking over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where you’ll find weissbier flowing in a beer tent big enough to accommodate 3,000 people.
Tuck into grub of the St John school of pared-back Britishness at this compact, attractive boozer in a backstreet near Mansion House. In a sea of macho City joints and faceless, suit-filled pubs, this is a brilliant little bolthole.
You’ll find nearly 40 short and feature films about inspirational female role models from the worlds of sport and the arts at this three-day flick fest.
Screen on the Green in Islington is one of the country’s oldest cinemas. Head there on Wednesday to see charming Gallic gem ‘Amélie’ with a free cocktail from mixology mecca 69 Colebrooke Row.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan collects ‘earwitness’ testimony: memories of the sounds of terrible acts. The mundane, silent objects that make up this show become horrifyingly sinister then, in one room, sound becomes real. This is ear-bleedingly shocking stuff.
Grab this chance to see eighteenth-century baroque ceiling artwork up close. It’s a once-in-a-century opportunity.
London’s brand new Science Gallery opens its doors with a show looking at addiction and recovery. The curators aren’t just talking about the hard stuff – caffeine and technology are under the microscope too.
Martial arts, traditional crafts, live music and good clean fun all feature at this annual celebration of Japanese culture. Go and give origami, calligraphy and manga-making a whirl.
Try and bag yourself a ticket to this sinister monologue about a theatre critic. Brendan Coyle is superb as the dead-on-the-inside Dublin critic and site-specific maestro Simon Evans’s production is profoundly creepy.
Watch Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce as a couple whose marriage is on the rocks. The mighty Close at the peak of her powers.
Catch this adaptation of Édouard Louis’s novel about growing up gay in rural France. It’s heartbreaking and inventive.
Music and mental health meet in Stoke Newington this week at a pop-up curated by ace DJ Gilles Peterson. Drop in to browse the record and bookshop raising money for mental health charity Safaplace. Or book tickets for interviews with Goldie, James Lavelle, The Connor Brothers and more, plus performances from the likes of Jordan Rakei and Yazmin Lacey.
Hung in the rooms of this show of work from the last two decades of Heidi Bucher’s life are latex casts of rooms, spaces and people. Ghostly, haunting and pretty damn gorgeous art.
This body-art fest boasts more than 400 tattoo artists just waiting to ink you up. Don’t miss performances from fire-breathing dance troupe The Fuel Girls.
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Poke around Buckingham Palace while the royal family are on their hols.
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Set in a former bullion truck depot in Shoreditch, Dinerama is a food and drink market from Street Feast, London’s leading street food market company.
The team behind 'The Play That Goes Wrong' hit the funnybone again
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