Two-for-one tickets to the booze, food and music fest, Biergarden
Be among the first to see the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse following its five-year restoration
30 percent off tickets to this German vino and food fest
Up to more than 30 percent off your choice of Thames river cruise
Half-price tickets to this exhibition of over 500 wines
Unlimited sushi and Asian tapas plus a bottle of prosecco each at the pan-Asian interactive sensation
Up to 54 percent off tickets to this hilarious production of Oscar Wilde’s classic
Two courses and prosecco in a setting like no other
Join the crowds of spectators lining the 26.2-mile route of this world-famous race and cheer on your favourite runners as they break a sweat wending their way through the city.
Drop any plans you had to get a good night’s kip and instead work your way down the 20-strong espresso martini list, specially concocted for this late-night Soho speakeasy.
Not all crêperies are created equal. Stuff your face at this contemporary crêperie off the Spitalfields main drag, serving inventive, comforting dishes that you could call culinary triumphs.
Glasgow’s biennial sonic art festival is hitting London for a two-day taster of skull-shattering experimental art. Experience an eclectic array of installations from around the world, including ‘Slow Pixel’, a delicate sound-and-light work involving 176 snails.
The world’s most diverse photography competition is back with its annual show. See hundreds of the entries at Somerset House and take in top-notch shots from the winning and shortlisted photographers.
The V&A's latest exhibition opens this week, hoping to get visitors thinking about where the materials in their clothes come from. See fashionable garms alongside natural history specimens, taxidermy, unprocessed plant and animal fibres.
Don’t miss this kinetic, eccentric, furiously exciting show about the ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ Coughing Major scandal. It’s an extremely fun evening that also has a lot of smart points to make, most pointedly that the reality TV era and the fake news era are effectively the same thing.
How does our black-bogey-inducing air compare with other cities? Find out at Somerset House which is marking Earth Day by filling its grand eighteenth-century courtyard with ‘Pollution Pods’, each simulating the air in Beijing, São Paulo, London, New Delhi and Tautra (an island in Norway).
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