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Unmissable Things To Do In London in February 2017

Unmissable Things To Do In London in February 2017

It may be the shortest month, but size doesn’t matter – there are still plenty of unmissable things to do in London this February!

Free Screening of I, Daniel Blake at The Roebuck SE14

Free Screening of I, Daniel Blake at The Roebuck SE14

Movie Mondays at The Roebuck hosts a free screening of Ken Loach’s must-see Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blake.

Things to Do in London in December 2016

Things to Do in London in December 2016

Rudolph and co are limbering up for their one busy night of the year, but here are the very best things to do in London in December to keep you occupied…

Things to Do in London in November 2016

Things to Do in London in November 2016

The Xmas adverts are on TV, but there’s still lots of things to do in London in November before you can get started on your One Direction advent calendar!

Have a Ghoulish Halloween in London with our Spooky To Do List!

Have a Ghoulish Halloween in London with our Spooky To Do List!

Here’s our list of unusual things to do to celebrate Halloween in London, including a creepy museum after dark, kooky cabaret, ghoulish comedy & more!

Book now for Free Nights Out at The Night Museum at the Museum of London

Book now for Free Nights Out at The Night Museum at the Museum of London

Enter the secret world of The Night Museum — an unmissable week-long exploration of the hidden, the illicit and the lost.

sadiq khan

Sadiq Khan is at People’s Question Time – Get Free Tickets

Don’t moan on the Tube! Talk to the people who can help improve London including Sadiq Khan.

Things to Do in London in October 2016

Things to Do in London in October 2016

Summer is but a distant memory, but our offbeat tips for things to do in London in October are here to jazz up your Autumn!

2 free Kozel Pints

2 Free Pints from Kozel – Please Drink Responsibly

Get two free pints of refreshing Czech lager, Kozel by downloading their app until 23 September 2016. Please drink responsibly.

We talk to Cherophobia's Noëmi Lakmaier about London's floating art marvel

We talk to Cherophobia’s Noëmi Lakmaier about London’s floating art marvel

We caught up with artist Noëmi Lakmaier to hear more about Cherophobia which is part of Unlimited, a festival showing new work by disabled artists.

Noëmi will attempt to lift her immobilised body over 48 hours with 20,000 helium-filled balloons starting tomorrow, 7 September 2016 at 12pm.