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Spanning the neighbourhoods of Mayfair and Belgravia, Wander Art showcases some of the most exciting and innovative outdoor art installations from 12 world renowned artists, offering a new way to enjoy London’s art outdoors.
Born a century apart, but united by art, get ready to explore this must-see exhibition delving deep into both artists fascination with women, their emotions and ageing - Now offering a FREE virtual tour.
Temporarily closed - Take your first step into Jan Gossaert’s world of intricate detail, technical mastery and rich meaning in a new Gallery experience where you’ll be surrounded by the sights and sounds of his 500-year-old masterpiece.
Now in its third year, the Young Artists’ Summer Show is a free, open submission exhibition for students aged 5 - 19 studying in the UK and British schools overseas. Artworks are judged by artists and arts professionals with selected artworks displayed online and on-site at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Perfect for those with a penchant for pastel paintings, explore art virtually from wherever you are at home with the 122nd annual art exhibition exploring pastel, pencil, chalk and charcoal.
Temporarily closed - Prepare to lose your head as one of the most empowering pieces of modern British musical theatre takes centre stage at London’s Lyric Theatre.
Temporarily closed - Want to know exactly why Everybody’s Talking About Jamie? Discover the mesmerising West End show at the Apollo Theatre seconds away from Piccadilly Circus to find out.
Temporarily closed - Discover the must-see improvised musical sensation as it returns to London’s West End with a socially distanced show jam-packed with feel good melodies, high drama and dazzling dance routines.
Temporarily closed - Step into a world celebrating 'Hanami' - Japan's tradition of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers - as The May Fair Hotel transform their bar with blooming, blush-hued cherry blossoms.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year through Augmented Reality with Gordon Cheung’s site-specific public art installation at A. Wong titled “Year of the Ox”.
Temporarily closed - Discover a treasure-trove of treats inspired by the classic Beatrix Potter tales, perfect for littles ones or adults alike, sitting seconds away from Piccadilly Circus.
Temporarily closed - Explore the secret diaries of a junior doctor with this hilarious and heartwarming stage-show adaptation from bestselling author and comedian Adam Kay.