This year sees the fifth instalment of a festival dedicated to all things Tooting. Sample the best street food that the area has to offer while lounging in a pub garden.
Architect John Soane speculated about what it would be like to visit his home as a ruin. Grab a cocktail and take a look for yourself on this off-kilter after-hours tour.
Take a tipple at the follow-up to the kitsch bar themed around a grandmother’s front room. You'll find serious nostalgia here – especially if you’re a child of the ’90s.
Take an intimate peek into the mind of the of our era’s great architects. It’s a calm, academic, passionate show about the power of design.
Head down to one of London's most fascinating venues – Tower Bridge's Bascule chamber, which houses its counterweights when the bridge is lifted – for composer and curator Iain Chambers's concert series.
It's 100 years since a deadly outbreak of Spanish Flu became one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history. This exhibition invites Londoners to journey back in time to a field hospital in 1918 and explore the experiences of those that lived and died during the pandemic.
Settle down in the beautiful surrounding of the Rivoli Ballroom – one of the last remaining ballrooms round – for a pop-up film fest along with plenty of popcorn. Tonight, catch a screening of ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’.
The Royal Mail's old 1960s sorting office is the venue for this year's Designjunction, a three-floor showcase of innovative interior design. Expect a line-up of creations by established designers and smaller labels and large-scale installations and exhibitions.