5 Interesting London Events To Book Now


Stanley Kubrick – The Exhibition – The exhibition tells the story of Stanley Kubrick, exploring his unique command of the creative design process of film making, from storyteller to director to editor.
(Age guidance: The general age guidance is 12+. However, please note that the some of the exhibition film rooms contain scenes of an adult nature and are not suitable for those below the age of 18.)
The Design Museum, SW7 : 26 APRIL – 15 SEPTEMBER 2019. Adults £14.50, Kids £7.25


Europe’s Largest Celebration of Drag returns to Olympia London on the 17th and 18th of August 2019!

Two whole days packed with Q&A’s, demonstrations, lip sync battles, meet and greets, panels and much more with the stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race alongside the best of UK and US Drag royalty!


TEDxLondon 2019 is on Saturday 18th May 2019 at the Royal Festival Hall. The team speaking will explore the next chapter of the London TED  theme #BeyondBorders.
Our mission is to uncover, support and promote ideas worth spreading. TEDxLondon 2019 will continue to seek out the most inspiring and innovative solutions that go beyond limitations, beyond labels, beyond boundaries to create the kind of world we all want to live in.


Catfest returns bigger and better at Beckenham Place, a Georgian mansion in a south London park. The day-and-night festival for cat lovers will bring together buzz-worthy cat accessories with 50+ exhibitors and feature films, live music, books, art, vegan street food and cat-themed cocktails, along with feline superstar meet-and-greets, including street cat Bob and Sunglass Cat, and talks from international bestselling authors and feline experts.


Sweatlife The Festival is a party with 6,000 people high on endorphins. We bring together our favourite studios, yoga teachers and people who’ve been inspiring us all year – to create one sweaty, fun, thought-provoking weekend, where you’ll have access to two jam-packed days of classes, workshops and talks. There’ll also be plenty more to explore and experience, with a market hall, great food and drink, chill-out areas, drop-in massages and a few exciting surprises throughout the weekend.


The Victorians Who Made Britain : Jacob Rees Mogg vs Tristram Hunt, Tue, May 21, 2019, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM BST
Rees-Mogg believes that if Britain can regain the self-confidence, moral certainty and outward-looking vision of the Victorians, we will thrive. But in the complex, interconnected world of the 21st century, is this vision of Britain not an outdated one? Join us on May 21st to hear Rees-Mogg and Hunt lock horns and make up your own mind.in