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London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite UK
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
  • Music, visual art and physical installations come together at Stratford’s Stour Space, where Picknik boots the visibility of local and street artists within their own neighbourhood.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • Gain enviable pottery skills at this introductory course, where you'll discover how to throw a potter's wheel (the really fun bit), as well as creating and painting pieces that you can take home.
  • Hear how poetry can help make sense of life's problems, based on William Sieghart’s popular series. Poems addressing specific issues will be performed by the likes of actor Dominic West.
  • Opening the London East Asia Film Festival is the European premiere of this high-octane action flick, following a group surviving a gas attack in Seoul, helped by a mountain-climbing protagonist.
  • Hear Brazilian drum 'n' bass legend DJ Marky rip it up at an immense Halloween rave, also featuring other d'n'b royalty Ed Rush & Optical and Bad Company slinging out hefty tunes all night.
  • This fun-focused painting class led by an expert kicks off with a rum punch to get the creative juices flowing, followed by Caribbean food and lively tunes accompanying the artistic endeavours.
  • Swap the pasta for something a little more exotic and find out how to hand-make authentic Japanese sushi from a master. You'll take away a bento box at the end with your Instagram-worthy goodies.
  • Take a journey through London's West End like never before. Stroll past famous theatres singing your heart out (out loud, that is) to show tunes that have graced the stages from over the years.
  • Learn how to become a demon on the four-stringed wonder that is the ukelele at a 90-minute workshop. A band leader will teach you chords, strumming and even some singing accompaniment to go with it.
  • Acclaimed tapas restaurant Morito brings its annual seafood festival back to Exmouth Market. Feast on pickled zaatar mussels, anchovy toast with whipped goat’s curd, olive oil crisps and octopus.
  • Get ghoulish at a special Halloween edition of the family rave, where the parents have just as much fun as the kids. There’ll be DJs, face-painting, craft activities and lots more child-friendly fun.
  • Don your swimming gear, hop into a pool and listen to music both above and below the water, in this special event designed to to teach us a little about how bats use and perceive sound.
  • We all know by now that knitting is both useful and cool, so learn how to do it at this fun and friendly free session. It's open to everyone, and food and drink are available from the venue.
  • Find out why artists and bohemians from Toulouse-Lautrec to Aleister Crowley loved the notorious drink known as the 'green fairy', and sample three premium absinthes along the way for good measure.
  • A Halloween-themed special of the plant-based food festival/party, linking-in with World Vegan Day on Nov 1. There'll be frighteningly good food, cocktails and tunes lively enough to raise the dead.
  • Up your zombie quota with a special Halloween screening of apocalyptic drama 'World War Z' starring Brad Pitt, with discussion of the film's scientific themes afterwards.
  • There's a lot more to Japan's national tipple than you might think. This session will debunk sake myths, teach you the customs behind it and allow you to taste six different styles of the good stuff.
  • Watch the 1922 horror masterpiece 'Nosferatu' while getting even more spooked with a live re-scoring of the soundtrack, featuring harp, guitar, viola and clarinet. Tickets includes a welcome drink.
  • Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • Get your Halloween on at this ghoulish guided walk. You'll hear about ghosts of jilted lovers and the Cutty Sark curse, while visiting creepy tunnels and Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.
  • If you're deciding which fireworks display to hit, this east London bash in the vast Clissold Park is always a winner. There'll also be live music, performance, street food and a children's village.
  • Filmmakers from around the globe will be showcasing their work at this event, aiming to inform and inspire. Food, music, craft stalls and storytelling accompany the screenings.
  • Get a marathon under your belt before winter hits at this friendly event. It's a flat route along Thames Path sections, giving you plenty of gorgeous scenery to look at as you tick off those miles.
  • Learn to identify wild food species all around you as you roam Hampstead Heath on this three-hour introductory course. The course finishes with herbal tea and food you've foraged on route.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Rummage through clothes, accessories and textiles from the 1900s and earlier in the suitably fabulous setting of Chelsea Old Town Hall. There'll be over 60 fashion dealers selling vintage goodies.
  • Party-starters extraordinaire elrow get immense and immersive for Halloween. There'll be vampires, graveyards, on-point DJs and more spooky experiential mischief than you can shake a werewolf at.
  • Snap truly memorable pics of central London's people, places and architecture like a pro, as a photography tutor shows you the tips and tricks you need to capture these vibrant areas on camera.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • Watch one of London's top drag troupe's LipSync the living daylights out of a whole host of pop songs, with all manner of wild, weird, filthy and hilarious twists mixed in.
  • Music, visual art and physical installations come together at Stratford’s Stour Space, where Picknik boots the visibility of local and street artists within their own neighbourhood.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • Gain enviable pottery skills at this introductory course, where you'll discover how to throw a potter's wheel (the really fun bit), as well as creating and painting pieces that you can take home.
  • Hear how poetry can help make sense of life's problems, based on William Sieghart’s popular series. Poems addressing specific issues will be performed by the likes of actor Dominic West.
  • Opening the London East Asia Film Festival is the European premiere of this high-octane action flick, following a group surviving a gas attack in Seoul, helped by a mountain-climbing protagonist.
  • Hear Brazilian drum 'n' bass legend DJ Marky rip it up at an immense Halloween rave, also featuring other d'n'b royalty Ed Rush & Optical and Bad Company slinging out hefty tunes all night.
  • This fun-focused painting class led by an expert kicks off with a rum punch to get the creative juices flowing, followed by Caribbean food and lively tunes accompanying the artistic endeavours.
  • Swap the pasta for something a little more exotic and find out how to hand-make authentic Japanese sushi from a master. You'll take away a bento box at the end with your Instagram-worthy goodies.
  • Take a journey through London's West End like never before. Stroll past famous theatres singing your heart out (out loud, that is) to show tunes that have graced the stages from over the years.
  • Learn how to become a demon on the four-stringed wonder that is the ukelele at a 90-minute workshop. A band leader will teach you chords, strumming and even some singing accompaniment to go with it.
  • Acclaimed tapas restaurant Morito brings its annual seafood festival back to Exmouth Market. Feast on pickled zaatar mussels, anchovy toast with whipped goat’s curd, olive oil crisps and octopus.
  • Get ghoulish at a special Halloween edition of the family rave, where the parents have just as much fun as the kids. There’ll be DJs, face-painting, craft activities and lots more child-friendly fun.
  • Don your swimming gear, hop into a pool and listen to music both above and below the water, in this special event designed to to teach us a little about how bats use and perceive sound.
  • We all know by now that knitting is both useful and cool, so learn how to do it at this fun and friendly free session. It's open to everyone, and food and drink are available from the venue.
  • Find out why artists and bohemians from Toulouse-Lautrec to Aleister Crowley loved the notorious drink known as the 'green fairy', and sample three premium absinthes along the way for good measure.
  • A Halloween-themed special of the plant-based food festival/party, linking-in with World Vegan Day on Nov 1. There'll be frighteningly good food, cocktails and tunes lively enough to raise the dead.
  • Up your zombie quota with a special Halloween screening of apocalyptic drama 'World War Z' starring Brad Pitt, with discussion of the film's scientific themes afterwards.
  • There's a lot more to Japan's national tipple than you might think. This session will debunk sake myths, teach you the customs behind it and allow you to taste six different styles of the good stuff.
  • Watch the 1922 horror masterpiece 'Nosferatu' while getting even more spooked with a live re-scoring of the soundtrack, featuring harp, guitar, viola and clarinet. Tickets includes a welcome drink.
  • Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • Get your Halloween on at this ghoulish guided walk. You'll hear about ghosts of jilted lovers and the Cutty Sark curse, while visiting creepy tunnels and Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.
  • If you're deciding which fireworks display to hit, this east London bash in the vast Clissold Park is always a winner. There'll also be live music, performance, street food and a children's village.
  • Filmmakers from around the globe will be showcasing their work at this event, aiming to inform and inspire. Food, music, craft stalls and storytelling accompany the screenings.
  • Get a marathon under your belt before winter hits at this friendly event. It's a flat route along Thames Path sections, giving you plenty of gorgeous scenery to look at as you tick off those miles.
  • Learn to identify wild food species all around you as you roam Hampstead Heath on this three-hour introductory course. The course finishes with herbal tea and food you've foraged on route.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Rummage through clothes, accessories and textiles from the 1900s and earlier in the suitably fabulous setting of Chelsea Old Town Hall. There'll be over 60 fashion dealers selling vintage goodies.
  • Party-starters extraordinaire elrow get immense and immersive for Halloween. There'll be vampires, graveyards, on-point DJs and more spooky experiential mischief than you can shake a werewolf at.
  • Snap truly memorable pics of central London's people, places and architecture like a pro, as a photography tutor shows you the tips and tricks you need to capture these vibrant areas on camera.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • Watch one of London's top drag troupe's LipSync the living daylights out of a whole host of pop songs, with all manner of wild, weird, filthy and hilarious twists mixed in.
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
London Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite UK
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
The ultimate calendar of live experiences in London today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of London's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may have missed. From unmissable gigs to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
  • Music, visual art and physical installations come together at Stratford’s Stour Space, where Picknik boots the visibility of local and street artists within their own neighbourhood.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • Gain enviable pottery skills at this introductory course, where you'll discover how to throw a potter's wheel (the really fun bit), as well as creating and painting pieces that you can take home.
  • Hear how poetry can help make sense of life's problems, based on William Sieghart’s popular series. Poems addressing specific issues will be performed by the likes of actor Dominic West.
  • Opening the London East Asia Film Festival is the European premiere of this high-octane action flick, following a group surviving a gas attack in Seoul, helped by a mountain-climbing protagonist.
  • Hear Brazilian drum 'n' bass legend DJ Marky rip it up at an immense Halloween rave, also featuring other d'n'b royalty Ed Rush & Optical and Bad Company slinging out hefty tunes all night.
  • This fun-focused painting class led by an expert kicks off with a rum punch to get the creative juices flowing, followed by Caribbean food and lively tunes accompanying the artistic endeavours.
  • Swap the pasta for something a little more exotic and find out how to hand-make authentic Japanese sushi from a master. You'll take away a bento box at the end with your Instagram-worthy goodies.
  • Take a journey through London's West End like never before. Stroll past famous theatres singing your heart out (out loud, that is) to show tunes that have graced the stages from over the years.
  • Learn how to become a demon on the four-stringed wonder that is the ukelele at a 90-minute workshop. A band leader will teach you chords, strumming and even some singing accompaniment to go with it.
  • Acclaimed tapas restaurant Morito brings its annual seafood festival back to Exmouth Market. Feast on pickled zaatar mussels, anchovy toast with whipped goat’s curd, olive oil crisps and octopus.
  • Get ghoulish at a special Halloween edition of the family rave, where the parents have just as much fun as the kids. There’ll be DJs, face-painting, craft activities and lots more child-friendly fun.
  • Don your swimming gear, hop into a pool and listen to music both above and below the water, in this special event designed to to teach us a little about how bats use and perceive sound.
  • We all know by now that knitting is both useful and cool, so learn how to do it at this fun and friendly free session. It's open to everyone, and food and drink are available from the venue.
  • Find out why artists and bohemians from Toulouse-Lautrec to Aleister Crowley loved the notorious drink known as the 'green fairy', and sample three premium absinthes along the way for good measure.
  • A Halloween-themed special of the plant-based food festival/party, linking-in with World Vegan Day on Nov 1. There'll be frighteningly good food, cocktails and tunes lively enough to raise the dead.
  • Up your zombie quota with a special Halloween screening of apocalyptic drama 'World War Z' starring Brad Pitt, with discussion of the film's scientific themes afterwards.
  • There's a lot more to Japan's national tipple than you might think. This session will debunk sake myths, teach you the customs behind it and allow you to taste six different styles of the good stuff.
  • Watch the 1922 horror masterpiece 'Nosferatu' while getting even more spooked with a live re-scoring of the soundtrack, featuring harp, guitar, viola and clarinet. Tickets includes a welcome drink.
  • Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • Get your Halloween on at this ghoulish guided walk. You'll hear about ghosts of jilted lovers and the Cutty Sark curse, while visiting creepy tunnels and Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.
  • If you're deciding which fireworks display to hit, this east London bash in the vast Clissold Park is always a winner. There'll also be live music, performance, street food and a children's village.
  • Filmmakers from around the globe will be showcasing their work at this event, aiming to inform and inspire. Food, music, craft stalls and storytelling accompany the screenings.
  • Get a marathon under your belt before winter hits at this friendly event. It's a flat route along Thames Path sections, giving you plenty of gorgeous scenery to look at as you tick off those miles.
  • Learn to identify wild food species all around you as you roam Hampstead Heath on this three-hour introductory course. The course finishes with herbal tea and food you've foraged on route.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Rummage through clothes, accessories and textiles from the 1900s and earlier in the suitably fabulous setting of Chelsea Old Town Hall. There'll be over 60 fashion dealers selling vintage goodies.
  • Party-starters extraordinaire elrow get immense and immersive for Halloween. There'll be vampires, graveyards, on-point DJs and more spooky experiential mischief than you can shake a werewolf at.
  • Snap truly memorable pics of central London's people, places and architecture like a pro, as a photography tutor shows you the tips and tricks you need to capture these vibrant areas on camera.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • Watch one of London's top drag troupe's LipSync the living daylights out of a whole host of pop songs, with all manner of wild, weird, filthy and hilarious twists mixed in.
  • Music, visual art and physical installations come together at Stratford’s Stour Space, where Picknik boots the visibility of local and street artists within their own neighbourhood.
  • Pretend you’re Willy Wonka for a day and invent your very own chocolate bar, guided by the professionals at Rococo. You’ll also learn about chocolate piping and decoration for extra pizzazz
  • Gain enviable pottery skills at this introductory course, where you'll discover how to throw a potter's wheel (the really fun bit), as well as creating and painting pieces that you can take home.
  • Hear how poetry can help make sense of life's problems, based on William Sieghart’s popular series. Poems addressing specific issues will be performed by the likes of actor Dominic West.
  • Opening the London East Asia Film Festival is the European premiere of this high-octane action flick, following a group surviving a gas attack in Seoul, helped by a mountain-climbing protagonist.
  • Hear Brazilian drum 'n' bass legend DJ Marky rip it up at an immense Halloween rave, also featuring other d'n'b royalty Ed Rush & Optical and Bad Company slinging out hefty tunes all night.
  • This fun-focused painting class led by an expert kicks off with a rum punch to get the creative juices flowing, followed by Caribbean food and lively tunes accompanying the artistic endeavours.
  • Swap the pasta for something a little more exotic and find out how to hand-make authentic Japanese sushi from a master. You'll take away a bento box at the end with your Instagram-worthy goodies.
  • Take a journey through London's West End like never before. Stroll past famous theatres singing your heart out (out loud, that is) to show tunes that have graced the stages from over the years.
  • Learn how to become a demon on the four-stringed wonder that is the ukelele at a 90-minute workshop. A band leader will teach you chords, strumming and even some singing accompaniment to go with it.
  • Acclaimed tapas restaurant Morito brings its annual seafood festival back to Exmouth Market. Feast on pickled zaatar mussels, anchovy toast with whipped goat’s curd, olive oil crisps and octopus.
  • Get ghoulish at a special Halloween edition of the family rave, where the parents have just as much fun as the kids. There’ll be DJs, face-painting, craft activities and lots more child-friendly fun.
  • Don your swimming gear, hop into a pool and listen to music both above and below the water, in this special event designed to to teach us a little about how bats use and perceive sound.
  • We all know by now that knitting is both useful and cool, so learn how to do it at this fun and friendly free session. It's open to everyone, and food and drink are available from the venue.
  • Find out why artists and bohemians from Toulouse-Lautrec to Aleister Crowley loved the notorious drink known as the 'green fairy', and sample three premium absinthes along the way for good measure.
  • A Halloween-themed special of the plant-based food festival/party, linking-in with World Vegan Day on Nov 1. There'll be frighteningly good food, cocktails and tunes lively enough to raise the dead.
  • Up your zombie quota with a special Halloween screening of apocalyptic drama 'World War Z' starring Brad Pitt, with discussion of the film's scientific themes afterwards.
  • There's a lot more to Japan's national tipple than you might think. This session will debunk sake myths, teach you the customs behind it and allow you to taste six different styles of the good stuff.
  • Watch the 1922 horror masterpiece 'Nosferatu' while getting even more spooked with a live re-scoring of the soundtrack, featuring harp, guitar, viola and clarinet. Tickets includes a welcome drink.
  • Strut through Soho with pop classics on your headphones and drag queen guide Ms Christina Draguleira, who’ll dish out showbiz secrets from the area that may or may not be accurate.
  • Get your Halloween on at this ghoulish guided walk. You'll hear about ghosts of jilted lovers and the Cutty Sark curse, while visiting creepy tunnels and Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.
  • If you're deciding which fireworks display to hit, this east London bash in the vast Clissold Park is always a winner. There'll also be live music, performance, street food and a children's village.
  • Filmmakers from around the globe will be showcasing their work at this event, aiming to inform and inspire. Food, music, craft stalls and storytelling accompany the screenings.
  • Get a marathon under your belt before winter hits at this friendly event. It's a flat route along Thames Path sections, giving you plenty of gorgeous scenery to look at as you tick off those miles.
  • Learn to identify wild food species all around you as you roam Hampstead Heath on this three-hour introductory course. The course finishes with herbal tea and food you've foraged on route.
  • It’s been almost four years since our beloved Bowie passed away. Honour the legendary Starman on a walking tour of his native Brixton, featuring anecdotes and song renditions performed en route.
  • Rummage through clothes, accessories and textiles from the 1900s and earlier in the suitably fabulous setting of Chelsea Old Town Hall. There'll be over 60 fashion dealers selling vintage goodies.
  • Party-starters extraordinaire elrow get immense and immersive for Halloween. There'll be vampires, graveyards, on-point DJs and more spooky experiential mischief than you can shake a werewolf at.
  • Snap truly memorable pics of central London's people, places and architecture like a pro, as a photography tutor shows you the tips and tricks you need to capture these vibrant areas on camera.
  • Dusty Knuckle is known for baking incredible bread, but they’re also masters at making awesome pasta, as you’ll see at these newly launched workshops where you’ll make and eat loads of the stuff.
  • Watch one of London's top drag troupe's LipSync the living daylights out of a whole host of pop songs, with all manner of wild, weird, filthy and hilarious twists mixed in.