Thursday September 3, 2015

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Our My Country exhibition illustrates how photographers across the world view their own country. For many it was an opportunity to present their country in a positive light; they have shared their favourite landscapes, local wildlife or bustling... View more details - My Country
Former Argos, Comet & Homebase Store at Pentavia Retail Park, Watford Way, Mill Hill, London NW7 2PT
Today to Sun 6 Sep

In September, Leighton House Museum, the former home and studio of Victorian artist and P.R.A, Frederic, Lord Leighton, presents a temporary exhibition to celebrate the craft of drawing and painting. It features the work of a community of artists... View more details - The Craft of Drawing and Painting: celebrating tradition today
Leighton House Museum London W14 8LZ
Tue 1 Sep to Sun 4 Oct

Free outdoor movie screenings at London Riviera
From 2nd September, London Riviera will be showing FREE CULT AND CLASSIC MOVIE SCREENINGS throughout September, as part of the More London Free Festival. Come down to London Riviera, enjoy exotic summer cocktails, delicious Eastern Mediterranean... View more details - Free outdoor movie screenings at London Riviera
Queen’s Walk, More London Riverside, London SE1 2DB
Wed 2 Sep, Today, Tue 8 Sep to Fri 11 Sep, Wed 16 Sep to Fri 18 Sep, Tue 22 Sep to Thu 24 Sep
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An exhibition documenting the London Missionary Society from 1792 to 1825 showing its formation to its initial ‘success’ in Polynesia. Many of the objects have not been on public display since the 19th Century. Along with historical graphics and... View more details - Missionaries & Idols in Polynesia
SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh Street WC1H 0XG
Wed 2 Sep to Sat 5 Sep, Tue 8 Sep to Sat 12 Sep, Tue 15 Sep to Sat 19 Sep, Tue 22 Sep to Sat 26 Sep

This photographic exhibition by Charles Fox explores and illustrates the world of the divers who are trying to rid Cambodia’s waterways of the legacy of past conflicts. Cambodia and its people still suffer from the legacy of that dark time in a... View more details - Dark Water- Cambodia's UXO Salvage Photographs by Charles Fox
Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Wed 2 Sep to Sat 5 Sep, Tue 8 Sep to Sat 12 Sep, Tue 15 Sep to Sat 19 Sep, Tue 22 Sep to Sat 26 Sep

Nine Elms on the South Bank, London’s developing new cultural district, is delighted to play host to an array of installations, exhibitions, walks and talks as part of Totally Thames in 2015. The area, which spans the border of Wandsworth and... View more details - Totally Thames returns to Nine Elms on the South Bank
Nine Elms on the South Bank London
Today to Wed 30 Sep and British Heart Foundation’s London Heart Trail
The London Heart Trail is an interactive dual-direction walk along the South Bank, from the London Eye to Tower Bridge. The short 1-2 hour walk from is free to enter for people of all ages, with an optional charity donation to the... View more details - and British Heart Foundation's London Heart Trail
Running between the London Eye and City Hall along London’s South Bank SE1 2UP
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Open House at Fitzroy House Fitzroy House is a 1791 Georgian period building. Set in Fitzrovia, it was formerly inhabited by Playwright George Bernard Shaw. It now shows the life and work of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, who worked here... View more details - Open House
37 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 6DX
Today to Wed 14 Oct

It has been said that ‘You won’t succeed on Broadway if you don’t have any Jews’. Broadway wouldn’t be what it is today without the Jewish composers and writers whose melodies we so greatly adore. You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have... View more details - You Won’t Succeed On Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews
St. James Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London SW1E 5JA
Tue 25 Aug to Sat 29 Aug, Mon 31 Aug to Sat 5 Sep

Iconic London hub Devonshire Square has entered into a charitable partnership with the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust. The partnership will be launched with the ‘Cue for Change’ pool tournament, taking place in Devonshire Square’s beautiful, historic... View more details - Devonshire Square Dame Kelly Holmes 'Cue for Change' Pool Tournament
6 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YE
Today to Thu 10 Sep

The history of racial equality exhibition covers the major events since the 1960’s that triggered changes to UK law. To arrange for your free viewing please call the Centric Team on 01908 667750 View more details - History of Racial Equality
Norwich Union House, 96 St George Street, Croydon, London CR0 1PJ
Thu 27 Aug, Fri 28 Aug, Today, Fri 4 Sep

Colin Roy and his Thursday night residency at the vibrant Sarastro premises in London’s Covent Garden “Theatreland” offers a feast for the palate, eyes and ears! Sarastro’s delicious Mediterranean cuisine, enchanting atmosphere and flamboyant... View more details - Colin Roy Live
Sarastro, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5SU

Bright Young People Plus The Clameens + False-Heads. Artists performing: Bright Young People.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - Bright Young People
Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London N1 6NU

Our team at YHA Earls Court are hosting a gardening party on Wed 3 Sept, and would love to invite local residents, community and educational groups to join in the fun! YHA London Earls Court is also seeking help from local volunteers, who enjoy... View more details - YHA Earls Court Gardening Party!
38 Bolton Gardens, Earl’s Court, London SW5 0AQ

Times vary with sunset, call for details. WWT London Wetland Centre is one of the best places to watch bats in London as we have about seven species that hunt on site. Our bat walks give you the chance not only to see these amazing flying mammals... View more details - Bat Walks
WWT London Wetland Centre Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, London SW13 9WT
Today, Thu 10 Sep, Thu 17 Sep, Thu 24 Sep

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