Submit a venue listing
If you are a business owner, or simply want to see your favourite venue listed on Time Out, you can submit venue details to the Time Out London website or mobile apps by sending us your information here.
If you would like to submit a press release or more information about your venue please email the relevant editor. You can find their contact details below.
Submit an event listing
Prohibition-inspired speakeasies, storytelling, jive dancing and retro dress-up nights, tell us about your quirky evening event.
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Whether it's a student show or a retrospective of a living legend, tell us what's happening in London's museums and galleries.
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Classical and opera
Whether you're presenting a piano recital, a chamber concert or an orchestral extravaganza, tell London all about it.
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Eating and Drinking
Time Out reviews bars, cafés, gastropubs and restaurants anonymously – we pay our way, and we don't accept freebies. We can't list every venue in London, but if you'd like your new restaurant or bar to be considered for review, then send us these details: the date it opened, the name, full address, phone number, website, menu - and we'll consider it for review. Also, if there are listings details on an existing Time Out review that need to be updated, then e-mail us with the correction here.
This slick café not far from the Tate Modern serves excellent breakfasts and brunches. A chargrill dominates the open-plan kitchen, but those wanting something lighter than a cooked brekfast should look to the selection of fruit-yoghurt-muesli combos. Weekend brunches see the likes of buttermilk pancakes, sweetcorn fritters and The Table’s signature ‘stack’ featuring home-made baked beans, chorizo, poached eggs, hollandaise and red pepper pesto.
Venue says: “In case you missed the news we have opened a new bar within the restaurant – ingeniously called 'Under The Table'.”