Get ready to immerse yourself in London's rich tapestry of entertainment and culture this September; from world-class theatre productions to the start of the Rugby World Cup and enchanting candlelight concerts, discover our guide that will unveil the city's most captivating events.


Rugby World Cup 

Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup starts on 8th September in France, culminating with the Final 28th October 2023. With matches being played in nine venues across 10 host cities, this promises to be an exciting sporting event that will be showcased in a multitude of pubs across London.

Discover a Candlelight Concert in Southwark Cathedral

Candlelight concert

© Candlelight Experience

Familiar music from some of the most iconic films and tv shows is being reimagined at these spectacular candlelight experience performances illuminating impressive venues across London, perhaps the most architecturally impressive being in Southwark Cathedral. 


From Burma to Myanmar

From Burma to Myanmar Exhibition

© The British Museum

Interconnected yet cut-off, rich in natural resources such as jade, rubies and teak but with much of the country living below the poverty line, Myanmar is a country that defies categorisation. This unprecedented From Burma to Myanmar exhibition at the British Museum offers the chance to see the history behind the headlines.

Gabrielle Chanel, a Fashion manifesto

Chanel exhibition at the V&A museum

 © V&A Museum

Opening on the 16th September, this is the first UK exhibition dedicated to the work of French couturière, Gabrielle Chanel fashion manifesto. This exhibition charting the establishment of the House of CHANEL and the evolution of her iconic design style which continues to influence the way women dress today.

Dazzling Shows

Kids activities

Children's Garden at Kew

Children's Garden at Kew

© Kew Gardens

You won't be short of things to do with kids at Kew Gardens. With a dedicated children's garden, based in a natural setting the size of 40 tennis courts, children can explore all the things plants need to grow, designed for children from 2 to 12 years old.  

Shrek's adventure

Shrek's adventure

© Shrek's Adventure

A perfect rainy day excursion, children can explore Shrek's adventure by navigating their way through 10 fairytale themed live shows. From a magical 4D flying bus experience, interacting with various famous characters including Princess Fiona and Donkey to collecting the special ingredients that are needed to find Shrek and get him home safely.