Take a moonlit dash around Osterley’s beautiful eighteenth-century mansion on an after-dark 7km run. Tickets will raise funds to conserve the trails you traverse in the sculpted parkland.
The London Short Film Festival closes with a night dedicated to female afrofuturism. Expect poetry from Xana, DJ sets and music videos from Missy to Janelle.
Get your mohawk-slicking mitts on records and merch before a post-flea gig.
Don’t miss this emotionally pummelling drug-addiction drama that'll bring a tear to any eye. If not, it's worth just staying for Timothée Chalamet alone. He's a superstar in the making.
Get wet and wild with a winter swim session at London Royal Dock, where you can front crawl through open water, safe in the knowledge that there are staff on site.
Watch ‘Moulin Rouge’ from pews in the overwhelming gothic setting of St Margaret’s Church at this pop-up cinema. Saturday’s screening of Baz Luhrmann’s riotous film will be set to live music from the church organ.
Monthly jive and swing party at the fabulous red-velvety Rivoli Ballroom. The night starts with a jive class followed by live music from a different band each month.
Cold and skint now January has arrived? Don’t despair. The Winter Happiness Festival is back in town to see you through the bleak season.
Say goodbye to Dry January and say it in style at Sipsmith Gin's cocktail pop-up on the Ham Yard Hotel roof. Sip on delicious hot G&Ts concoctions and realise that Dry January is for fools.
Time to roll up those sleeves and hunt for bargain gold. The weekly vintage and makers market is back with heaps of antiques, clothing, homeware and loads more gems to rummage through.
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