Britain's What's On Event Guide
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Tatcho Drom performs vibrant music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Their performance arrangements are vibrant and delicate, with subtle elements of baroque, jazz and Latin, telling mystery...
Fri 16 Apr
Celebrate St George’s Day in the gardens with our special evening opening.
Enjoy Pie and Mash or Fish and Chips (Vegetarian & Vegan options available)
Cash bar - serving English beers and...
Stephens House & Gardens
17 East End Road N3 3QE
Fri 23 Apr
A garden of stories, statues, shapes and structures surrounded by trees and hedges. Bird friendly, cottage style with scented roses, clematis, mature shrubs, a weeping mulberry and abundant planting.
7 Deansway, East Finchley N2 0NF
Sun 2 May
Cornucopia of sensual delights. Artist’s garden famous for architectural features and delicious cakes. New Oriental Tea House.
5 St Regis Close, Muswell Hill N10 2DE
Sun 2 May, Sun 20 Jun
With the initial and successful rollout of the vaccines and an end to lockdowns in sight we can now start to engage with art emerging from, and reflecting, the scale and diversity of impact resulting
Mon 12 Apr to Wed 12 May
Densely planted garden hidden behind C18 house (not open). Many unusual plants, some propagated for sale. Ponds, waterfall, frogs, toads, newts. Topiary shapes formed from self sown yew trees.
Southwood Lodge, Highgate N6 5EA
Sun 2 May
This 100m-long unique and award winning garden is home to the Corokia National Collection along with a great number of other unusual Australasian, Mediterranean and exotic plants complemented by
33 Wood Vale, Highgate N10 3DJ
Sun 18 Apr
Evolving, organic and wildlife garden with dappled sunlight, bees, birds and butterflies. Informal woodland planting under magnificent deciduous trees with interesting shrubs, box shapes and...
19 Coolhurst Road, N8 8EP
Sun 18 Apr, Sun 9 May
The award-winning part-time Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School for 4 - 18 year olds, celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year.
Acland Burghley School NW5 1UJ
Sat 17 Apr
This private communal garden is one of the few that retains its attractive mid Victorian design of lawns and winding paths.
Arundel & Ladbroke Gardens, Notting Hill W11 2PT
Sun 25 Apr
A country garden in the heart of London. An old mulberry tree, billowing borders, rambling Rosa banksiae, and a greenhouse of climbing pelargoniums.
12 Lansdowne Road, W11 3LW
Wed 5 May
One Half of Two is a powerful and timely new play written by emerging playwright Phoebe Noble and directed by Holly McConville.
Sat 1 May to Sat 8 May
Out of work due to the current global pandemic? Join us at our Greater London Careers Fair, the perfect place to find your next career!
Wed 14 Apr
Join published and exhibited street photographer, Sara Melhuish on this street photography photo-walk.
Marble Arch (meeting point confirmed after booking)
Sat 24 Apr, Sat 22 May, Sat 19 Jun
Five gardens only open to the public through the National Garden Scheme. Each garden planted sympathetically to reflect the surroundings and featuring a new garden created during 2020.
Hyde Park Estate Gardens, W2 2AN
Sat 17 Apr
One of London’s prettiest secluded garden squares. 3½ acres laid out differently from other squares, with serpentine paths by Agostino Agliothe, Italian artist and decorator who lived at No.
Edwardes Square, Kensington W8 6HL
Sun 18 Apr
Outwitting Cancer will be an immersive exhibition that explores the science at the forefront of cancer research taking place at the Crick, which is Europe’s largest biomedical research institute
The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road NW1 1AT
Sat 1 May
The garden at Maggies West London was designed by Dan Pearson in 2008. It is now a well-established space offering therapy and peace to those affected by cancer each year.
Maggie’s West London, Hammersmith W6 8RF
Sat 24 Apr
Old and new roses incl. a huge Banksian rose, hardy geraniums, clematis. Several specimen trees in curved beds give a country garden atmosphere in this 120ft long garden, a Judas tree as a focus.
36 Thornhill Square, N1 1BE
Wed 21 Apr
Science Museum Group Chief Executive Sir Ian Blatchford is joined in conversation by Christian Aid CEO Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, author of the thought-provoking exploration of identity, race and
Tue 20 Apr
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