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What's on When

  • First Thursdays

    04 Sep

    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.
  • Skin Two Rubber Ball

    01 Sep

    London's Skin Two Rubber Ball is one of the biggest fetish gatherings in the world. The festivities take place at Vox in Leeds. Naturally there is a strict dress code - think tight, tight and tighter.

  • International Ballroom Dancing Championships

    13 Sep

    Amateur and professional dancers dramatically splay their legs, strut and swirl in streamline suits and sexy sequinned dresses at the annual International Ballroom Dancing Championships. After preliminary rounds at Brentwood International Centre, the best dance talent compete at the Royal Albert Hall.
  • Designer Warehouse Womenswear Sale

    14 Sep

    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 Mayor of London's Skyride

    04 Sep

    There's no need to be on the look-out for buses or cars during The Mayor of London's Skyride, a one-day cycling event with a 15km traffic-free route around central London. Thousands of bikers can explore the streets of London stress-free.
  • 1234 Shoreditch

    01 Sep

    Inspired by the area's reputation as London's creative hub, the 1234 Shoreditch festival features performances from over 50 of some of the East End's most popular bands and DJs on large stages. Tickets also give you entry to after-parties.
  • Klezmer in the Park

    11 Sep

    Traditional klezmer music and Yiddish song pour out of the bandstand at Regent's Park, opposite the cafe on the Inner Circle, at the Jewish celebration, Klezmer in the Park. There's dancing from rural Eastern Europe and children's activities too.

  • RWS/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition

    12 Sep

    The RWS/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition at the Bankside Gallery has been going strong for over 20 years. Seven artists out of the 1500 that entered have been shortlisted for the largest art prize dedicated to watercolour painting.
  • 20/21 British Art Fair

    14 Sep

    From Bacon and Freud to Emin and Grayson Perry, the annual 20/21 British Art Fair at the Royal College of Art offers some 60 of the UK's leading dealers and first-time buyers an excellent selection of 20th- and 21st-century art.
  • Kingston Carnival

    02 Sep

    The streets of Kingston come to life with the impressively noisy and colourful Kingston Carnival. There's plenty of live entertainment all day, including Bollywood dancing, African jazz and Caribbean steel drums fresh from Kingston Carnival's grand-daddy, the Notting Hill Carnival.