Things to do in London this month

Finally, we can re-surface a bit more. Whether you are taking it slow or you have fully jumped back into your social life there is something in the Capital this month for you. So, for those of you keen to get out and about this month. We have compiled a list of the best of what London has to offer right now.

 Literature Festival

  1. London Literature Festival 21-31 October

This year’s London Literature Festival focuses on what friendship means today. Borrowing its theme from the title of Sally Rooney’s debut novel, Conversations with Friends. After a year of isolation, this year’s festival audiences will have access to a series of talks, debates and performances.


 Diwali Festival

  1. Celebrate Diwali, The Festival of Lights – 23rd October

Diwali is the five-day festival of lights and is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. Traditionally the celebration symbolises joy, love, reflection, resolution, forgiveness, light and knowledge; representing the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. Join the celebration in Trafalgar Square this month,


 Affordable Art Fair

  1. The Affordable Art Fair, Battersea 21st - 24th October

With over 1000 original artworks priced between £50 - £6,000 the Affordable Art Fair is coming to London. Discover the joy of art collecting from local, national and international galleries all in one place.


 Bob Marley

  1. Get Up Stand Up Bob Marley Musical From 1st October

Celebrate the story of Jamaica’s global superstar, as this new production bursts into life from October 2021 at the Lyric Theatre.


 Family Art Day

  1. Family Art Day, Bloomsbury Festival – 16th October

This free event is aimed at families with children aged between 0-7 years, where you will use drama, play and art fully immerse in the current exhibition.


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