Sep 4, 2015

What’s on in London this month

Vivienne Westwood, as is so often the case, says it best: “There’s nowhere else like London. Nothing at all, anywhere.” We couldn’t agree more. There is, simply, so much to do in this wonderful city. We cover some of the finest postcodes in the capital and make it our business to know what’s going on in each of the local areas.

We present our guide on what to do, where to visit and where to be seen this month.

Henry V, until 5th Sept

Middle Temple Hall

Last chance to catch this Shakespeare production staged in the Medieval Temple Church. It’s been given a modern twist to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.


The Greenwich Vintage Fair on the Gardens, 5-6th Sept

Cutty Sark Gardens

Fill your weekend with beautiful clothes, collectables, homewares and records from a bygone era. The only present day offering is the delicious food.


Klezmer in the Park, 6th Sept
Regent's Park Bandstand

The annual festival of klezmer and Sephardi music includes live bands, exhibitions and displays of Jewish culture, family activities, kosher food and crafts.


Mr Foote’s Other Leg, 14 Sept-17th Oct

Hampstead Theatre

Simon Russell Beale stars in Ian Kelly’s play that explores the modern obsession with celebrity. “Being celebrated is not the same as fame.”


McQueen, until Nov

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Our fascination with fashion’s bad boy continues and this play promises a glimpse into the mind of McQueen. Limited run so book now.


Hello from Hampstead!, until 13th Dec

Burgh House and Hampstead Museum

Take a journey through Hampstead history with a fantastic collection of postcards featuring events and landmarks.


Alfies Antique Market and the Church Street Design Trail, 24th Sept

13-25 Church St, Marylbone

Alfies hosts a day of talks, exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops, washed down with complimentary bubby. Not to be missed is the talk from Tin Tin Collectables on the influence of politics on fashion design.


Closer: Debussy, Copland & Dance, 23rd September

Village Underground

A celebration of music that was written for dance, featuring Debussy and Bach. Prepare to be inspired and moved.


100% Design 2015, 27th Sept

Olympia London

A showcase of design innovation from over 400 exhibitors and the launch of more than 1,000 new products. The theme of this year’s event is ‘design in colour’ exploring the difference it makes and the moods colour can evoke.

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