Goldsmiths students who are studying fine art and curating have opened an exhibition in shop fronts across Deptford.
Applications are now open for The Old’s Vic Front Line, a series of free workshops for people aged 19-30 living in Lambeth.
Elephant & Castle is providing a range of activities for Londoners to enjoy this spring, including a new shopping area and a range of online events.
Rooftop Film Club is opening for its tenth year this summer at the Bussey Building in Peckham. The outdoor cinema is running a programme of classic movies, including Clueless, Grease, Dirty Dancing and Notting Hill.
The National Maritime Museum has committed to supporting seafarers impacted by the pandemic by recording their testimonies.
Wandsworth Arts Fringe festival is gearing up for their two-week summer festival – and have given grants to artists to help them realise their creative visions.
A hospital has paid tribute to its staff with a gallery of pictures on its boundary. St George’s Hospital is emblazoned with pictures of hardworking staff taken by photographer and St George’s staff member Del Francis.
Headline acts including Dizzee Rascal and The Streets will take to the stage in Crystal Palace Park this August as it hosts it’s first ever open-air festival. The Crystal Palace Bowl – where Bob Marley played his last and biggest London concert – will be revived this summer with the South Facing Festival running from the 5-31 August.
A big band is holding a live-streamed concert on March 20 at Abbey Road studios in honour of their former band leader who died in January. The Len Phillips Big Band has hired out the iconic studio to record a new album funded via Kickstarter – but will also give listeners a chance to tune in to a live concert through their Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Regina Taylor have written monologues to be performed online on March 8 in celebration of International Women’s Day.