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London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Collection by Eventbrite
This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events

Hoop Blast / London

London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events

Hoop Blast / London

London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
London Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Collection by Eventbrite
This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in London, from brunch parties and day festivals to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

Come and explore the imaginative artwork of Paris-based artist Hervé Télémaque. Running until January 2022, his exhibit at Kensington's Serpentine South Gallery brings together work from a career that spans six decades.

If you've ever wondered why every Tube line has a different seat pattern then we suggest you check out this London Transport Museum talk. Wallace Sewell, who have designed the moquette for the new Elizabeth Line, are among the speakers.

Growing Underground HQ is back open for tours! Check out their innovative operation and marvel at how they've turned a former WW11 bomb shelter underneath a Clapham thoroughfare into a thriving subterranean farm.

A life drawing class and creative writing seminar rolled into one, this workshop series in Bethnal Green aims to "explore creativity, identity, and society" through imaginative play and art.

For three days only, artist and illustrator Samme Snow is taking over a kiosk in Coal Drops Yard and inviting in visitors of all ages for interactive colouring-in workshops.

Inspired by the return of ABBA or not, get your blood pumping with 45 minutes of cardio set to a playlist of floor-filling Disco tunes.

At Westminster's Emmanuel Centre, Harvard scientist Steven Pinker gives a talk on the nature of rationality and why it matters. Don't miss the chance to catch one of the world's most influential intellectuals in full flow.

This exhibition is not about what you see, but what you feel. You'll be plunged into total darkness and taken on a multi-sensory tour by a visually impaired guide.

Eataly's first ever Prosecco festival is shaping up nicely, with some of Italy's best producers heading over to share their knowledge. Italian street food will also be on offer.

Some of the brightest stars from the classical music world take part in a landmark concert for Afghanistan. All proceeds will go towards supporting International Rescue Committee's work in the country.

Grab some nachos and cocktails and settle in for an evening of live comedy at one of East London's premier venues.

Get into the weekend flow with this mindful yoga session in E1. It's just a fiver a-head, or free if you're a member of Leman Locke, and mats are provided.

A panel of gardeners and horticulturalists head to Crafts Council Gallery to discuss what can be done to support and protect the natural environment, particularly within big cities such as London.

Hit podcast To My Sisters celebrates its first birthday with a live show at Huckletree West, plus games, food & drink and networking.

Electric Brixton will be bringing the best of Bavaria to South London, with a winning mix of beer, bratwurst and brass bands. Dust off your lederhosen and get down there.

Tuck in to drag-themed food and drink, plus lip syncs, runway shows and cheeky interactive games, every Saturday at Covent Garden's Mrs Riot cocktail bar.

Europe's biggest touring Halloween show pitches up in London, bringing a freaky mix of circus acts, puppetry and next-level fancy dress to the Troxy.

Morning Gloryville is back in all its kaleidoscopic glory. Go with the flow and expect the unexpected from this sober rave that includes workshops, nourishing food and drink, and floor-filling grooves from the likes of Normski.

Every Sunday for the foreseeable, BOXPARK Shoreditch will be staging some of the freshest musical acts around between 3 and 8pm. Tickets are free.

Hear from four cutting edge creatives, including filmmaker Iggy London and type foundry Monotype, as It's Nice That bring their flagship monthly event to Oval Space.

Get an all-access pass for Somali Week, which runs over six days and celebrates the country's culture through book launches, panels and performance.

Sample the best ciders and beers from around the UK, plus live music and street food, at this South West London festival.

Head down to Harvey Nichols for tips, hot new trends and fancy products from the world of beauty. Did we mention the complimentary Prosecco?

Get ready for a double drop of endorphins as drag superstar Dolly Trolley leads an aerobic class certain to provide big laughs as well as thigh-busting dance moves.

Feast on the flavours of Penang as the Little Yellow Rice Co bring some classic Hainanese dishes to Hackney Chinese Community Services for a four-course pop-up.

Yonder's monthly Queer Climb event brings together members of the LGBTQ+ community for a friendly meet-up that combines physical activity with DJ sets and fundraising.

If you like your booze with a side of, well, more booze then you're in luck as this event pairs craft beer with whisky, along with some food to soak it all up.

Spice up your Halloween plans and join this supper club for singles. The Eastern Mediterranean eats from Brother Marcus won't be the only thing to catch your eye...

Spoken word poet Inua Elams kicks off the BHM celebrations at The London Library with a live event that melds poetry, music and literature with an exciting twist.

The atmospheric Porchester Hall plays host to a Halloween party for the ages. Based on Théâtre des Vampires, as featured in the Interview with a Vampire book, this will be immersive fun of the highest order.

Back for a second run, this independent play from Shamila Sulaiman centres on three couples brought together by a Married at First Sight-esque gameshow and the lure of a 50 grand prize.

The world-renowned artist and activist Ai Weiwei signs copies of his new book – a memoir which charts the modern history of China through the life of his father (celebrated poet Ai Qing) as well as his own experiences - at Waterstones Piccadilly.

Romesh Ranganathan swaps the TV studio for the DJ booth to put on an epic Hip-Hop themed party for Halloween. He'll be joined by a roster of vibey DJs and scores of dressed up revellers.

This wellness event takes Halloween back to its more spiritual beginnings, with a three-pronged programme of wellness activities designed to bring out your inner child.

From 2pm till 1am, soak up the Halloween vibes on a Shoreditch rooftop and dance the night away to the biggest Hip-Hop and House tunes.

Peckham Levels' Halloween party looks like a winner. Alongside the usual mix of Amapiano-inspired sounds and street food, there'll be a fancy dress competition with a cash giveaway for the best outfit.

Get the glow-up of your dreams - or perhaps nightmares - at this neon paint party taking place on Halloween. Live DJs and immersive elements add to the freaky sense of fun.

Always a great event, magCulture celebrates everything that is great about print and gives the floor to speakers from across the magazine industry. This year's event sees the conference return to Conway Hall.

Jazz ensemble Waaju begin their residency at East London venue The Jago with a real statement of intent, sharing a seven-hour bill with Krar Collective and other top musical acts.

Catch four engrossing talks on the subject of Tudor queens at Southwark Cathedral, from the the thirteen day reign of Lady Jane Grey to the much-villified Mary Tudor.

We missed EVE during lockdown, but the show is well and truly back on the road. The Riot Grrrls latest event will feature the usual mix of wrestling, live action stunts and comedy - don't miss it.

Organic grocery brand Natoora are hosting a festival to raise money for agroecological farms and charities, with dining, panels and music all part of the action-packed programme.

Learn how to make wonderfully intricate 3D wire sculptures with the help of fantasy artist and sculptor Zack McLaughlin.

Always an epic night out, this singalong event is back from its pandemic-enforced hiatus and ready to get Camden's Electric Ballroom rocking with a set of 90s hits.

An event that all ages will enjoy, join Dr Nick Crumpton and Dr Susannah Maidment as they do some prehistoric myth-busting and show off some incredible fossils.

What could be better than a cocktail masterclass at Selfridge's exquisitely retro Le Tram bar? You'll be trying three Champagne-based serves: Toreador, Airmail and Twinkle.

The popular convention returns for three days of signings, memorabilia and exhibits. Get dressed up and prepare to meet the likes of Christopher Eccleston, Fiona Shaw and Robbie Coltrane IRL.

Sew up a storm and create the Hawaiian shirt of your dreams at this beginner-friendly sewing class in N15.

Get a lesson in the Japanese arts of Boro and Sashiko and learn how to fix up and repair old clothing that would otherwise go to waste.