Inspired by 'The Tower Bridge Cat' and the characters from the award-winning books, families are invited to complete our interactive Trail as they make their way through Tower Bridge.
This exhibition explores a way of saving popularised by the Windrush Generation, which empowered Caribbean people to save money and build a life in the UK.
This exhibition explores the history of transatlantic slavery through its connections with the Bank of England and the wider City of London.
Cloud songs on the horizon is the artist’s first major institutional show in Europe and will feature five new, large-scale suspended sculptures across the entirety of the Conservatory space.
Drawing on Guildhall Library’s remarkable Shakespeare collections, this exhibition examines the history of the printing of William Shakespeare’s plays.
Ever wondered what goes on behind-the-scenes at London’s defining landmark?
The Illuminated River runs through the heart of London along the River Thames and is the longest public art commission in the world, yet no public money has been used to fund it.
Find your spirit with the “awe-inspiring” (Time Out) and “dazzling” (Guardian) My Neighbour Totoro, as this five-star, award-winning production returns for a strictly limited season.
Investigate the genius of Christopher Wren and his ever-enquiring mind in this new exhibition at St Paul's Cathedral - said to be Wren's masterpiece.
A free exhibition for the fans by the fans going some way to explain not just what 2Tone music is, but why and how they got there.
Explore two of the best-preserved Roman sites in London with archaeologist Dr Andrew Lane.
A new free display with a focus on Billingsgate Market, from 27 January to 16 May 2024.
This new installation is inspired by the Roman Temple of Mithras discovered on the Bloomberg site during the 1950s.
An exciting demonstration of the printmakers art - this free exhibition shows works that thoroughly explores the versatility of mark making using all manner of printmaking techniques.
Join a tour of Bishopsgate Institute's LGBTQIA+ Collections and discover the stories they're home to.
08.02.2024 – 29.02.2024
Take a "Trip to Mexico" as part of Sabine Rooftop Bar's Agave Month Thursday’s appointment.
This exhibition will shine a light on artists from the 1960s to today who have explored the transformative and subversive potential of textiles.
A musical evening at Temple Church. Explore Britten's life as an incredible ensemble of musicians bring his work to life.
Explore daily displays from 15 unique mudlarks, showcasing their remarkable collections and sharing captivating backstories.
Put on your dancing shoes and Lindy Hop away at Bishopsgate Swing, a social dance for dancers of all levels.
Over 20ft-high spectacular, rainbow-coloured arcs will debut at The Leadenhall Building, bringing joy to some of the darker months of the year.
Elevate your evening with a 60-minute concert and a networking event to connect with like-minded young professionals and LSO Pioneers who share your passion for culture and the arts.
A new free exhibition at the Bank of England Museum will take a tantalising look into the future - and the quickly evolving present - of money.
Celebrate International Women's Day with the hilarious performances from talented comedians Thanyia Moore, Helen Bauer and Ria Lina.
A revolving programme of family activities may have you heading into the Roman Amphitheatre and hearing tales of Roman conquests, or creating crafts from the Victorian paintings surrounding you.
Almost 300 years on, a superb cast conducted by Christian Curnyn give a concert performance of this great oratorio in the splendid surroundings of Middle Temple Hall.
Moroccan-born artist Soufiane Ababri will transform The Curve for his first solo exhibition at a major UK institution.
Attend a free lecture to learn all about Shirley Bassey and her experience as a Black British Woman in music.
Soprano Caroline Taylor and internationally acclaimed collaborative pianist – and CMF Patron – Roger Vignoles give a recital at the ornate Goldsmiths’ Hall.
Transforming the Barbican’s famous Lakeside Terrace, the site-specific artwork will dramatically envelop the building’s iconic concrete exterior with approximately 2000 square metres of bespoke woven cloth.
Embark on a captivating journey through time and space at 'Anne Desmet: Kaleidoscope/London', the new exhibition at Guildhall Art Gallery from 12 April to 8 September 2024.
A major new exhibition by renowned Mexico-based artist Francis Alÿs – his first and largest institutional solo exhibition in the UK for over a decade.
In her first solo exhibition at a major UK institution, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum creates dynamic works newly commissioned for The Curve.
Visit the City for the Lord Mayor’s Show - a three mile long outdoor procession with colourful floats, music and fun.