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Today to Fri 29 Mar, By Distance closest first.


Writer and performer Jonathan Blakeley, with support from Arts Council England, brings his brand-new play Stitches to... See more >
The Hope and Anchor, 207 Upper St N1 1RL
Today to Sat 9 Mar


Running throughout LGBTQ+ history month this February, FutureQueer is a subversive look at an imagined queer future,... See more >
King’s Head Theatre (Cabaret House), Islington Square, 116p, Upper Street N1 1QP
Today and Sat 2 Mar

Turning the Screw

It's 1954 and Benjamin Britten is working on a new opera about purity and innocence. He's in an illegal gay..... See more >
The Kings Head Theatre, 115 Upper St, London N1 1QN
Today to Sun 10 Mar

Bloody Mary: Live!

She's bloody. She's Mary. She's LIVE! Teen Queen Mary Tudor takes to the mic to rehab her..... See more >
Carpenters Mews, North Road, London N7 9EF
Thu 28 Mar to Sat 30 Mar

Cowboys and Lesbians

Nina and Noa are 17 and wasting their youth on flashcards and fantasies about their teachers. They’ve never been to a..... See more >
Park Theatre (Park90), 13 Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP
Today to Sat 9 Mar

The Great Expedition: The Incredible Edible Journey

Legends of the immersive dining scene Gingerline are returning to London for their first shows in the capital in four... See more >
Film Shed, 28 Millers Avenue, Dalston E8 2DS
Wed 6 Mar to Sat 4 May

Land of Lost Content

Henry Madd’s autobiographical show Land of Lost Content is set to tour the UK this Spring, commencing with a weeklong... See more >
Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL
Today and Sat 2 Mar


Actors East Theatre, innovative acting studio, is premiering its first ever show Casserole at the Arcola Theatre in... See more >
Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL
Tue 5 Mar, Sat 30 Mar

The Stitch Festival

Discover the ultimate London event for contemporary dressmaking, sewing, and stitching! The Stitch Festival returns to..... See more >
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH
Thu 21 Mar

Stage Time – An Improv Variety Show

Stage Time – An Improv Variety Show Check out the diverse world of improv comedy! Stage Time features improv groups of all styles and experience levels..... See more >
333 Old Street London EC1V 9LE
Tue 5 Mar, Tue 19 Mar, Tue 2 Apr, Tue 16 Apr

International Women's Day: Golden Bee

Join our heated roof terrace for this International Women's Day! We will be celebrating all things female..... See more >
Golden Bee, Singer Street, Shoreditch EC1V 9DD
Fri 8 Mar

World Martini Day: Golden Bee

Indulge in an Evening of Espresso Martinis! Join us for a celebration dedicated to the seductive allure of the..... See more >
Golden Bee, Singer Street EC1V 9DD
Fri 15 Mar

St Patrick's Day Party: Golden Bee

Welcome to our St. Patrick's Day Rooftop Extravaganza! Get ready to paint the town green as we transform our..... See more >
Golden Bee, Singer Street, Shoreditch EC1V 9DD
Sun 17 Mar

Bank Holiday Thursday: NO WORK FRIDAY

Get Ready to Party! It's Bank Holiday Thursday - NO WORK FRIDAY! With no work looming on the horizon,..... See more >
Golden Bee, Singer Street, Shoreditch EC1V 9DD
Thu 28 Mar

The Long Good Friday Parts 1 & 2

Househead LDN present The Long Good Friday Friday 29th March 2024 (Good Friday) Part 1: BBE Store, Arch 376, 10... See more >
BBE Store, Arch 376, 10 Helmsley Place, Hackney E8 3SB
Fri 29 Mar
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Things to do around London

London, the vibrant capital of the United Kingdom, offers an abundance of activities for a memorable day out. Whether you're a local or a visitor, there's something for everyone in this bustling metropolis. Let's explore some of the best things to do in London:

1. Visit London's Markets:
- London has a plethora of markets, each with its own unique vibe. Here are some must-visit options:
- Old Spitalfields Market: Located in east central London, it offers vintage clothing, handmade accessories, worldly foods, and novel art.
- Camden Market: Perfect for rockers and music lovers, it's known for leather jackets, vegan lunch options, and piercings.
- Portobello Market: Notting Hill's colorful houses and unique items make it a popular spot for photographers.
- Borough Market: London's premium food market with a variety of delicious treats, from coffee to fresh farm produce.

2. Explore Arty and Architectural Gems:
- Even if you're not religious, visiting London's churches is a treat. Explore historic architecture and stunning stained glass windows. Some notable ones include:
- St. Paul's Cathedral: Climb to the top for panoramic views of the city.
- Westminster Abbey: A UNESCO World Heritage Site with centuries of history.
- St. Martin-in-the-Fields: Attend a classical music concert or enjoy a meal at its crypt cafe.
- Southwark Cathedral: A hidden gem near Borough Market.
- Temple Church: Known for its round nave and medieval origins.

3. Enjoy the Outdoors:
- London has beautiful green spaces and outdoor activities:
- Hyde Park: Stroll by the Serpentine, rent a rowboat, or have a picnic.
- Regent's Park: Visit the Queen Mary's Rose Garden and the London Zoo.
- Richmond Park: Spot deer and enjoy the vast open space.
- Hampstead Heath: Explore the heathland, swim in the ponds, and take in the skyline views.
- Thames River Walk: Follow the Thames Path for scenic riverside views.

4. Quirky and Fun Activities:
- London offers plenty of unique experiences:
- Shuffleboarding: Try shuffleboard at venues like The London Shuffle Club.
- Escape Rooms: Solve puzzles and unravel mysteries at various escape room locations.
- Weird Experiences: From immersive theater to unusual dining, London has it all.
- Electronic Darts: Play darts with a modern twist at Flight Club.
- Go Karting: Race around indoor tracks at TeamSport Karting.
- Virtual Reality Experiences: Try VR gaming or immersive storytelling at Otherworld³.

5. Day Trips from London:
- If you have more time, consider day trips to nearby destinations:
- Windsor: Visit Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world.
- Greenwich: Explore the Royal Observatory, the Cutty Sark, and the Maritime Museum.
- Oxford: Discover the famous university city and its historic colleges.
- Cambridge: Explore the picturesque colleges and punting on the River Cam.
- Brighton: Enjoy the beach, the Royal Pavilion, and the quirky Lanes.

Remember to check opening hours and any booking requirements for these attractions. Whether you're interested in culture, outdoor adventures, or quirky experiences, London promises an unforgettable day out!