view counter

The Hottest Articles & Events

New Blog

Q+A: Strange Heart Beating author Eli Goldstone

New Blog

Josephine Burton on Dash Arts' Revolution17

New Think

Free verse: The Poetry Magazine Fair

New Think

PEN Atlas and Funhouse present: bodies, places and spaces

New Think

Future Sex: Emily Witt and Katherine Angel at London Review Bookshop

 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
Javascript is required to view this map.
view counter

09:00 at Somerset House
'Anabasis to Dora' is a programme of multi-site visits curated by artist Eloise Hawser, based on research into unusual and contested spaces, museums and collections around the UK.

More Info

10:00 at Carroll Fletcher
Until 29 April. The final instalment of Carroll / Fletcher's four-part exhibition draws together works that turn their attention to the systems that govern the art market.

More Info

16:00 at Barbican
As Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of Visconti’s Ossessione heads to their Theatre, the Barbican screen two films based on the book that inspired it.

More Info

19:30 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Dukes and countesses, earls and baronesses, kings and queens and all the drag in between (and beyond)- grab your diamonds and tiaras and come along to Royal Trash!

More Info

19:30 at The Duke of York's Theatre
Following a multi-Tony Award-nominated run on Broadway, Olivier and Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany revives his visionary staging of Tennessee Williams’ heart-rending masterpiece.

More Info

23:00 at Egg
Bi-monthly Sabajaq welcomes in the long May Day Bank Holiday Weekend with another instalment mixing the best big room techno with groove-d riven underground house.

More Info

view counter

10:00 at The British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA)
To celebrate 70 years of Academy history, BAFTA's headquarters at 195 Piccadilly opens its doors to the public.

More Info

18:30 at Hackney Picturehouse
Lounge Akademics presents the Love Talks Series.

More Info

21:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Everyone's fave car-crash cabaret-cum-dance party (loosely) inspired by Mariah Carey is back to end your bank holiday with a BANG!!!

More Info

16:30 at Barbican
Spirited and spellbinding, Philip Glass’s minimalist masterpiece is performed in full by an ensemble featuring musicians closely associated with Glass’s music.

More Info

Syndicate content