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September - October 2018


Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre (3rd August - 22nd September 2018)

Enjoy theatre and comedy under the stars at London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

With one of the largest auditoria in London, the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park is the oldest, professional, permanent outdoor theatre in Britain. It offers a range of theatre, music, comedy and film events each year from May to September.

 

Click here for more info and tickets.

 

Where: Inner Circle, Regent’s Park – NW1 4NR

 

Nearest tube station: Baker Street (Jubilee, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle line).


Frieze Sculpture at Regent’s Park (5th July – 8th October 2018)

Explore a free sculpture garden as Frieze’s summer exhibition returns to Regent’s Park, just across the road from us.

This year, the exhibition brings together the work of 25 enviously talented artists, representing countries all over the world. UK favourites like Tracey Emin, Larry Achiampong, and Richard Woods have all chipped in a piece, and the sculptures range from giant penguins to holiday homes.

 

For a full list of works,please check the official website.

 

Admission: free

 

Nearest tube station: Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line).

 

Museums at Night (25th - 27th October 2018)

Museums at Night is the UK-wide festival of Lates in museums and galleries, produced by Culture24, the Brighton-based arts charity dedicated to shining a light on Britain’s sparkling culture and heritage.

Opening hours are extended in cultural institutions around London, with venues both big and small joining the late night celebrations.

 

Various locations.

 

For the list of events and prices, visit the official website.


Africa on the Square (27th October 2018)

Trafalgar Square turns into a celebration of Africa for a fifth year in 2018, featuring live music, traditional dance, fashion, food and crafts to enjoy. The main stage will host a talent show for young performers, a catwalk show and musicians from all over Africa. 

 

Children can have their faces painted and take part in batik and mosaic-making in free workshops.

 

Admission: free.

 

Nearest underground stations: Charing Cross (Northern line) and Embankment (Northern, Circle, District and Bakerloo lines). 

 


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