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Artist to exhibit work in dedication to Black History Month

This month, in dedication to Black History Month, an artist will debut his inaugural collection of paintings with an exclusive exhibition display at Gallery@OXO, OXO Tower Wharf on October 21-25.


Ice Skating at the Tower

The hardest thing about ice skating is trying not to picture yourself falling over and a passing diva slicing off your fingers. There are a lot of aspiring Tonya Hardings on the rink at the Tower of London, but thankfully, the marshals seem to keep them in check.


Photography exhibition to open in Dulwich

An exhibition tracing the history of photography through nature, touted as the first of its kind, will open this autumn.


7 Hours on Earth

7 Hours on Earth, set in Graveney School in Tooting and crewed by determined students, re-works Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream into a wildly entertaining school caper with a twist of science fiction.


Astronomy photo exhibition opening in October

An exhibition showcasing the winners of an astronomy photography award will open in October.


Virtual whisky festival to compare more than 30 English blends

English Whisky Festival A ‘taste at home’ online whisky festival will showcase more than 30 whiskies from 14 English distilleries.


Online, multi-arts experience promises to be like no other

A modern multi-arts experience is set to take place in March with a live performance that can be watched online.


Stand Up at The O2 – Live performance from comedian Suzi Ruffell

A new comedy series set to begin at the end of September will see stand-up routines take place on top


New online season announced at the Southbank

The Southbank Centre has announced a new online season of music, literature and comedy while the venue remains closed to


WIN VIP tickets to see Zippos Circus 2020 Rebound

The brilliant Zippos Circus – several times voted “Britain’s Best Circus” – is coming to Tooting with a brand-new 2020


The Ultimate Londoner Livestream Quiz event

On Sunday 6 September, households will be invited to test their knowledge of the city by competing in a live


Local volunteers make sure film festival will go ahead

Volunteers behind a film festival are making sure local film fans don’t miss out this September, despite the challenges of


BFI documentaries to highlight Black British injustices by police

The BFI has announced a new season of documentaries which spotlight the injustices experienced by Black British communities at the


Greenwich’s National Maritime Museum marks International Slavery Remembrance Day with host of events

The National Maritime Museum (NMM) will be marking International Slavery Remembrance Day (ISRD) to commemorate victims of the brutal and


Staycation in Brighton

By Paloma Lacy The lure of the ‘staycation’ has never been greater. With international travel restrictions changing weekly, a holiday

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