Time Out is 50 this year. To celebrate, we’ve put together an exhibition of our best ever magazine covers. The original print issues on display date right back to that very first magazine in 1968, through the radical ’70s and glitzy ’80s and ’90s and through to the present day.
Head to Covent Garden for a beauty marathon of special offers, masterclasses, instore tutorials, fragrance fittings and late openings from the shops around the piazza.
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 ‘When Harry met Sally’.
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.
Venture into this enormous labyrinth space to explore nearly an acre of rainbow glowing rooms.
Feast your eyes on the very latest in furniture, lighting, textiles, materials and conceptual installations from all around the world at the largest international design fair.
Our beloved Monty Python star will be running an illustrative talk that will chart the life of the HMS Erebus, from its construction to its discovery on the seabed in Queen Maud Gulf in 2014.
Experience the seductive drama of love and jealousy in Peter Brook's La Tragédie de Carmen opera, performed in the classy confines of the Home of English Gin itself at this intimate pop-up opera.