Pergola open their first ever fully permanent site in West London, on the rooftop of the iconic Olympia Exhibition Centre with a fully enclosed, greenhouse-style bar with a glass roof and floor to ceiling windows, long, rustic styled communal tables, as well as cushioned day beds for private hire.
Join the Pearly Kings and Queens Harvest Festival celebrations at Guildhall Yard, and experience London’s historic Pearly tradition. Dressed in their best dark suits covered in hundreds of bright pearl buttons, the Pearly Kings and Queens of London are a charming and unforgettable sight.
Get a rare behind-the-scenes look inside some of the capital’s most iconic and unusual buildings for free as over 800 venues open their doors to the public during Open House London, showcasing the capital’s most compelling architecture and cutting-edge design.
Enjoy a month-long celebration of London’s river during Totally Thames. See large-scale art installations, catch concerts in unusual spaces and explore the history of the Thames through free exhibitions and walks. Don’t miss the chance to discover The Bascule Chamber under Tower Bridge.
There will be plenty of fashion stars present during Fashion Week which you can be part of with a chance to catch up on the latest fashion trends with 4 days of catwalk shows, pop-up designer shops and expert-led panels at The Store X as part of the London Fashion Week Festival.
Disused Victorian baths and water tanks are being renovated to create a new contemporary art gallery. The first show will be a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Mika Rottenberg, who will respond to the building incorporating purpose-built installations alongside sculptural objects.
A unique insight into the design process behind a selection of groundbreaking contemporary videogames at the latest V&A exhibition opening this autumn. Design work, including concept art and prototypes, feature alongside large-scale immersive installations and interactives.
Joy of Sake
The world’s largest sake festival (outside of Japan) is coming to the capital in September. The one-day festival, that is taking place at the Barbican Centre, will showcase over 400 premium sakes. Attendees can expect self-serve tastings and sake-themed small plates from top London restaurants.
Feed The Lions
Please Feed The Lions is an interactive sculpture in Trafalgar Square by artist and designer Es Devlin, who is known for her innovative projection-mapped sculptures that fuse light, music and technology. This new lion will not be silent: it roars poetry, and the words it roars will be chosen by the public.
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