Vintry & Mercer, at the heart of the City, is well-placed for exploring the best of London by foot, from The Museum of London showcasing modern objects, paintings, and costumes to The Tate Modern which showcases modern and contemporary art.
Its time to get into the Christmas spirit! During the festive period, their Victorian Walk is transformed into a wondrous winter walkthrough, leading visitors to Santa in his secret grotto.
Museum of London, From 29th November to December 23rd 2019.
Join New London Singers, one of London’s finest chamber choirs, and their conductor Ivor Setterfield for a festive celebration on the last Thursday before Christmas. The concert will include a selection of festive choral works and congregational carols for all to enjoy.
St Pauls Cathedral, From 23rd December to 24th December 2019.
The Winter Market is a wonderland of pop-up bars, restaurants and shopping all set underneath a canopy of twinkling lights.There’s lots of cuisines to choose from including Asian, Indian, Greek and traditional classics like bratwurst, baked camembert, raclette and a mac & cheese truck.
Southbank, Until 5th January 2020.
Take in the magical ambience of the fortress beside the Thames at the famous Tower of London ice rink this Christmas — a unique and unforgettable setting, day or night.
Tower of London, Until 5th January 2020.
The Enchanting festive favourite, The Snowman, returns for a magical 22nd year. Based on the book by Raymond Briggs and produced by John Coates, this charming stage adaptation is guaranteed to transport you to a world of wintery adventure.
The Peacock Theatre, From 21st November to 5th January 2019.
During the 1930s, Dora Maar’s provocative photomontages became celebrated icons of surrealism. Her eye for the unusual also translated to her commercial photography, including fashion and advertising, as well as to her social documentary projects.
Tate Modern, Until 15th March 2020.
Eliasson’s artwork introduces natural phenomenon’s such as rainbows, reflections and shadows in the gallery space. These captivating tools are implemented to play with the way that we perceive and interact with the world and the objects that surround us.
Tate Modern, Until 5th January 2020.
Meet the animals who have shaped London’s history in this immersive digital installation.
Museum of London, until January 2020
Discover how the advent of autonomous computer vision and AI has developed, rife with hidden politics, biases and stereotypes.
The Barbican Centre, from 26 Sep 2019 —16 Feb 2020