What’s On

What’s On

The Gruffalo’s Child at Alexandra Palace:

Keeping the magic alive with Tulleys Family Christmas Experience:

West End Does Christmas 2020 at Cadogan Hall:

Mesmerising Christmas lights at Kew Gardens, on Regents Street, Oxford Circus, Carnaby Street:

The wonderfully festive Epping Ongar Railway

The super fun drive-in cinema:

Ice skating rinks at INTU Lakeside and Bluewater:

stand-up comedy gigs at Alexandra Palace

a socially distant Camden Oktoberfest:

The Very Hungry Caterpillar puppet show:

Project Earth events at Selfridges:

Fulham Palace House & Gardens Museum is now open again:

Lots of family fun to be had at Lee Valley Park:

Open air and drive-in cinema in and around London:

The Wonderlab interactive experience at the Science Museum:

Sunflowers blooming in the Hitchin fields, it’s plum season at Parkside Farms and the Eat Out to Help Out scheme is going strong. Enjoy the end-of-summer bank holiday.

Take your little one on a safe visit to a London museum or gallery

The Enjoy Enfield Summer festival is happening soon and is packed full of socially distant art events and entertainment:

The Box, UK’s biggest new museum opened:

See Jesus Christ Superstar or a stand-up comedian at open air theatre in Regent’s Park

And Eat Out to Help Out – check out the Government’s website for your local eateries as part of the scheme.

From Ally Pally’s fabulous Terrace to their magical Roof Top Film Club, there’s lots to be enjoying again.

Best for families – pick your own fruit and veg at Parkside Farm or some lavender at Hitchin Lavender:

Other fun highlights are seeing a flick at the super fun drive-in cinema, or rest and play at newly open Birch Hotel: