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What's on When

  • Qipco British Champions Day

    15 Oct

    The Ascot September Festival is arguably the best day in British racing. The final race in each of five QIPCO British Champions Series categories are run with the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes the highlight.

  • Frieze Art Fair

    13 Oct

    A staggering 68,000 visitors flock to the annual Frieze Art Fair in the vast marquee in Regent's Park. Top galleries from over 20 countries are represented, with work by more than 1000 artists. Start saving, as it's all for sale!
  • Diwali in Trafalgar Square

    16 Oct

    Diwali celebrations take place in the heart of London at Trafalgar Square. With festivities, food and performances, floating candles in the fountains, lights and saris draping the square, the square is transformed for this important Hindu Festival of Light.
  • UK Rumfest

    15 Oct

    Rum is a drink that evokes balmy tropical evenings under the shade of palm trees, a slice of which will be served up at Olympia. Sip tiki-themed cocktails mixed by the world's best barmen and enjoy live music in the heart of Kensington.

  • Club Kali

    16 Oct

    A bit of a well-kept secret, Club Kali at The Dome in Tufnell Park is an open and friendly bi-monthly gay Asian music night
  • Halloween Hocus Pocus

    16 Oct

    Halloween Hocus Pocus takes over Chessington World of Adventures during October, with witches, wizards and goblins all on the loose. You could try to escape them by jumping on the park's roller coasters, although that's not for the fainthearted either...
  • BFI London Film Festival

    14 Oct

    With almost 200 films making their UK premières at cinemas across the capital, the BFI London Film Festival is the UK's biggest and best film event. From the latest Hollywood productions to avant-garde shorts, the festival has it all and more.

  • National Brass Band Championships

    17 Oct

    With polished cornets and buffed brass bells, scores of British brass players descend on London's Royal Albert Hall to compete in the National Brass Band Championship finals. Tense but enthralling, it's an absolute must on the brass band calendar.
  • Halloween at the London Dungeon

    15 Oct

    Creepy interactive horror museum the London Dungeon presents its annual Halloween celebrations, with a host of special spooky events. What better place to go for a good old-fashioned scare? This year's Halloween festival is themed around the sinister Jack O'Lantern.
  • London Children's Film Festival

    17 Oct

    The annual London Children's Film Festival presents movies from around the world at cinemas across the capital, with the Barbican Centre as the main venue. The ruthless jury comprises kids aged seven to 11, trained by a professional film critic.