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What's on in London?

Living in London means you'll never be short of places to go and things to do. There's a whole host of activities and events to suit any of your interests. You can find live music, dance recitals, theatre, sports events, exhibitions, fairs, markets, carnivals and many more fun things to do!

You'll find a number of local events in our own events calendar, or try looking at local or London-wide events listings to see what catches your eye.

Time Out has weekly events listings for all across London, publishes a weekly magazine, and also has reviews and articles.

Meetup makes it easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face.

All in London has theatre, film and culture listings as well as reviews of bars, restaurants and hotels, and online ticket booking.

Visit London is London's official visitor website and has information for visitors and locals about tourist attractions, events, getting around the city and places to eat and stay.

The Evening Standard's Going Out pages list upcoming events and attractions, exhibitions and shows, as well as reviewing bars and restaurants.

Do you live in Westminster? Are you over 65? The Out and About scheme for Westminster residents over 65 offers free tickets to cultural events such as concerts, exhibitions, film and theatre shows.  You need to become a member of the scheme in order to receive tickets - registering is free.

London Theatre has listings for West End, rep and fringe theatres across London, including musicals and comedy.

Ents24 has entertainment listings for the whole of the UK, including theatre, cinema and live music.

The Seatplan website contains user reviews of London theatres and of individual rows and seats, with comments on comfort, leg-room and view of the stage. 

Find out what's on in London's Royal Parks.

Transport for London and Walk London have information about walking routes in London, including the Capital Ring, Lea Valley Walk and London Loop.

London Cyclist has information for experienced or novice cyclists, with details of cycling routes as well as where to get equipment and repairs.

Most sports and leisure facilities are owned and operated by the local council. You can try exercise classes, go for a swim, play sports or visit the gym.

You'll find more information on local sports facilities in our Exercise and sport section.