If You're In London, These Are The Best Events You Have To Go
Things to do, cultural happenings, festivals, and other great stuff in London in September!
There’s a lot happening right now in this month when it comes to design and other festivals, so we combined the best events that you should attend if you happen to be in London. September in London isn’t just the damp end of summer. The sun is still out so there’s still time to enjoy London’s great outdoors. Keep reading and get ready to you your own travel guide!
The London Design Festival spans dozens of locations, features tons of events, includes hundreds of exhibits. It has one clear mission: to prove that our city is the capital of design. The annual celebration of design returns to the capital in September. It’s the ultimate chance to discover design and craft at its very best.
? Sep 15 2018-Sep 23 2018
London Fashion Week Festival
Got a passion for extremely beautiful (and pricey) fashion? Shop a curated edit of designer collections from over 150 brands, go front row for a show and listen to talks from industry experts so you can get a head start on next season’s trends all while swinging your comp tote bag. Fancy. This means if you love fashion, London Fashion Week is something you can’t miss, and it starts tomorrow!
? Sep 20 2018-Sep 24 2018
Summer of Sound on The Roof
The Gardening Society on John Lewis’s Oxford Street store’s rooftop is turning into a live music venue. Rock up for garden gigs, immersive studio spaces, DJ sets and fried chicken from ‘Butchies’, all a world away from the hustle and bustle below. John Lewis’ Gardening Society rooftop has been transformed into an immersive green getaway and you’re invited. Come and experience a Summer of Sound on London Rooftop at John Lewis, Oxford Street.
? Oxford Street
? Until Sep 29, 2018
Greenwich Painted Hall Ceiling Tours
Join this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to the ceiling of the Greenwich’s Painted Hall in this series of ceiling tours taking place while conservators restore 40,000 sqft of the ceiling’s painted surface. The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College Greenwich is described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’. The paintings, drawn by Sir James Thornhill between 1707 and 1726, are considered to be the greatest Baroque decorative scheme in England.
? Until Sep 30, 2018
‘Michael Jackson: On the Wall’
On the Wall is not MJ paraphernalia but rather a mixed bag of art, both high and low, inspired by him or his image. He is a rich subject for any inquiry but it turns out that art is not up to it. Simplifying, it is art inspired by the King of Pop. It’s about so much more than just MJ, and it’s brilliantly put together. Something you can’t miss in London City!
? Leicester Square
? Until Oct 21, 2018