See what’s on in London with our London events guide. We’ve got the best theatre shows, music concerts, comedy gigs, exhibitions, operas and ballets. You’ll find family-friendly kids events, sports matches and lots of things to do for free.
See what’s on at the theatre with our guide to the best West End shows and musicals. We’ve also got some plays by Shakespeare.
Check out all the big rock and pop concerts coming to London. We’ve got all the best live gigs, music festivals and tour dates.
See which comedians are playing in London with our guide to best stand-up shows and funniest comedy gigs in the capital’s clubs.
Here’s a selection of family-friendly activities that will keep your kids happy if you’re planning on taking them to London for a holiday.
A calendar of current and future art exhibitions that are on display in London’s art galleries over the coming months.
Here’s our guide to the best history events and exhibitions taking place in London’s major museums over the next few months.
We’ve looked through all of the categories and collected together our pick of the best events that tourists might like to see.
If you’re looking for a cheap day out in London then we recommend trying one of these free events that won’t cost you any money.
We don’t have a complete cinema listing – it’s just the big blockbuster premieres in Leicester Square and a few movie all-nighters.
Here’s our guide to all the operas, ballets and classical music recitals taking place in the capital over the next few months.
Everyone loves watching a bit of pomp and pageantry, so why not visit one of London’s big military parades with a marching band?
See the landmarks from the top of a sightseeing bus, ride down the river in a boat, or join one of the many walsk and guided tours.
You don’t have to be religious to attend a church service – it’s a great way of seeing inside some of our most beautiful buildings.
If you like the British monarchy then here’s a selection of Royal-related events, exhibitions and parades taking place in London.
Most tourists never think to attend a debate, but it’s an interesting way to see inside Parliament. Or how about listening to a court case?
Military enthusiasts might like these events and exhibitions. Maybe you can catch a parade with marching bands and mounted soldiers.
If you’re too old for concerts, or you just want a quiet night out, then how about one of these celebrity talks or political debates?
The best place to take a photograph of the skyline is at the top of a skyscraper, or standing on one of these observation platforms.
Fancy a game? London has a rugby stadium, two cricket grounds, five Premier League football teams plus four more in the Championship.
Have a stroll around a beautiful park, climb up a hill, wander around an overgrown cemetery, or watch an amateur football game.