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  • Classical Spectacular

    15 Mar

    Incredible lights, lasers and special effects make the Classical Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall a unique experience. Over 250 performers ensure the hall resounds to the world's best classical music, with brand new pieces as well as time-honoured favourites.
  • First Thursdays

    05 Mar

    On the first Thursday of every month, more than 80 of East London's art galleries stay open until 9pm. Heavyweight galleries such as the White Cube and the Barbican participate alongside smaller independent exhibition spaces, and many stage special events.
  • Fashion Fringe

    16 Mar

    Part of London's Fashion Week, Fashion Fringe at Covent Garden is an annual project launched to find and nurture undiscovered British designers. Hosted by Donatella Versace, the event showcases the best in cutting-edge and iconoclastic talent.
  • Oddsocks' Hamlet - The Comedy

    28 Feb

    Oddsocks returns to London's Jackson's Lane Theatre with a rollicking version of Hamlet performed in pantomime style. Get ready for lots of laughter, music by Jamiroquai guitarist, Rob Harris, and even a special effects performance by the one-and-only Paul Daniels.
  • The Affordable Art Fair

    12 Mar

    The art market has long been recognised for peddling its wares at over-inflated prices. The twice-yearly Affordable Art Fair (AAF) in Battersea Park provides an antidote, offering a relaxed, unstuffy environment for visitors to browse, buy and learn about art.

  • London Drinker Beer & Cider Festival

    07 Mar

    Sample international beers, ciders and perries at the The London Drinker Beer & Cider Festival in the Camden Centre. Curious UK beer names include Pressed Rat & Warthog and Steaming Billy's Last Bark - the latter honouring a deceased pet.
  • London International Antique Dolls, Toys, Miniatures & Teddy Bear Fair

    10 Mar

    Established for nearly 30 years, the London International Antique Dolls, Toys, Miniatures & Teddy Bear Fair attracts collectors and dealers from around the world. Now taking place at Dulwich College, find antique and new dolls, bears, miniatures and juvenilia.
  • London Handel Festival

    15 Mar

    The London Handel Festival celebrates the works of George Frideric Handel and his contemporaries, based around Handel's St George's Church in Hanover Square. The festival usually opens and closes with choral services and many performances are by the London Handel Orchestra.
  • International Playwriting Festival

    07 Mar

    New plays are brought to life at the Warehouse Theatre's annual International Playwriting Festival (IPF). Showcasing works from around the world, the event has become widely regarded as one of the best opportunities for ambitious new playwrights to gain exposure.
  • Birds Eye View - Women's Film Festival

    05 Mar

    The Birds Eye View film festival is the UK's first annual film festival devoted exclusively to women in film, hosted at various venues in London including the BFI Southbank and the ICA. The festival incorporates dozens of events over ten days.