There is such a diverse range of events in London the only difficulty is deciding which ones to choose.
Upcoming event highlights:
From intimate portraits to layered motion stills, the award-winners will blend startling visuals, compelling narratives, and a passion for the natural world.
Friday 16th October 2015 - Sunday 10th April 2016
Frank Auerbach is a British artist who has made some of the most vibrant, alive and inventive paintings of recent times. Often compared to Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud in terms of the revolutionary and powerful nature of his work.
Friday 9th October 2015 - Sunday 13th March 2016
Discover the evolution and enduring influence of Indian jewellery from the Mughal Empire to the modern day. The exhibition will present over 100 spectacular items of Indian and Indian inspired jewellery, including precious jewels of breath-taking quality, exquisite enamelling and bejewelled ornaments.
Saturday 21 November 2015 – Monday 28 March 2016
Charles Saatchi is kicking off his gallery’s thirtieth birthday celebrations with a show entirely by women artists.
Wednesday 13th January - Wednesday 9th March 2016
Written and directed by Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus, Cirque du Soleil’s 33rd production is a celebration of love and a tribute to the work and voice of women, with female performers making up the majority of the cast, and all eight members of the band also women.
Friday 15 January – Sunday 6 March 2016
London Fashion Weekend is back. You can explore the life of the fashion insider at this exclusive event.
Thursday 25th - Sunday 28th February 2016
For five days in May, the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will be transformed into the world’s greatest flower show.
Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th May 2016
NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM
The Museum first opened its doors on 18 April 1881, but its origins stretch back to 1753 and the generous offer of a renowned doctor, Sir Hans Sloane.
The Saatchi Gallery aims to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL
This iconic venue is open to the public during the day through tours of the building, live music in Verdi, and free exhibitions, and is home to the Elgar Room, a state-of-the art small-scale performance space.
Take a walk through British Art, exploring a variety of themes.
VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM
As the world's leading museum of art and design, the V&A enriches people's lives by promoting the practice of design and increasing knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the designed world.