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  • First Thursdays

    04 Dec

    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.
  • The Berkeley Square Ball

    03 Dec

    Gentlemen in suits and ladies in cocktail dresses enjoy this nostalgic, glamorous evening in Portman Square, which revives the spirit of Berkeley Square's residents' ball. Celebrities abound at the event, held in aid of the Prince's Trust.
  • The Snowman

    03 Dec

    Now an annual seasonal favourite, Raymond Briggs' The Snowman returns to London's Peacock Theatre. James and the snowman escape Jack Frost's clutches by flying, to party with reindeers and penguins. Sing along to Howard Blake's memorable Walking in the Air.
  • Statoil Masters Tennis

    03 Dec

    Top male tennis stars compete in the Statoil Masters Tennis event at the Royal Albert Hall, the premier tournament - and last in the year - on the Seniors tour. Expect big names competing in three round robin groups of four.

  • Designer Warehouse Womenswear Sale

    02 Dec

    Those with an eye for a real fashion bargain visit the Designer Warehouse Womenswear Sale at Islington Studios. Find catwalk samples, international designers and current collections at up to 80% off original prices. Major names include Prada, Armani and Missoni.
  • The Dufay Collective - Medieval Christmas

    01 Dec

    The early music Dufay Collective conjures up Christmases of days gone by in the splendid surroundings of London's Banqueting House. Discover how it was in December in the courts of medieval Europe and enjoy a light lunch before the concert.
  • Crypt-mas

    02 Dec

    St Pancras Parish Church's crypt has been transformed into an alternative Christmas wonderland for Crypt-mas. Light installations, outré entertainers and the lair's very own Father Crypt-mas are just some of the surprises in store for those who care to venture underground...
  • GSK Contemporary. Aware: Art Fashion Identity

    02 Dec

    London's Royal Academy of Arts brings back its GSK Contemporary season again this winter - a series of modern and sometimes wonderfully wacky exhibitions and events comprising video installations, film screenings, live music, performance, new commissions and symposia.
  • Messiah by George Frideric Handel

    03 Dec

    St Paul's Cathedral fills with the sound of Messiah by George Frideric Handel every December. It is performed by the Cathedral Choir and Chorus and the City of London Sinfonia.
  • Hidden Art Open Studios

    29 Nov

    With prices ranging from £1 to £20,000, there's scope for everyone to make a purchase at Hidden Art Open Studios. Over two consecutive weekends visitors buy or commission direct from 200 leading designer-makers, creators of everything from furniture to fashion.