Come and enjoy free, world-class opera and ballet from the Royal Opera House on the big screen in Trafalgar Square this summer.
This exhibition is based on the Whitbread shortlisted novel, Bleeding London, by Geoff Nicholson.
Gigs is the Mayor’s annual busking competition for young London musicians.
Get ready for another glorious weekend of cycling fun as Prudential RideLondon returns on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 August.
Visit a new exhibition at City Hall showcasing experiences from 11 of the people who helped create 100 'pocket parks' throughout London.
Come to Brazil Day for a sizzling summer festival with sport, music, dance and more.
A family cultural festival, showcasing Korean art, fashion, music, food and various interactive activities for families to enjoy.
Following on from the great success of Africa on the Square in 2014, this year’s event is planned to take place on Saturday 10 October.
The Diwali Festival, which celebrates the Hindu, Sikh and Jain festival of lights, is organised by the Mayor of London in cooperation with the Diwali in Lo
Skills London 2015 is London’s biggest free jobs and careers event for 15-24 year olds. It’s a great way for young people and their families to find out about everything from apprenticeships, to further education and jobs and careers opportunities.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve and welcome 2016 with a bang at Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks.
The Greater London Authority and People Dancing are pleased to announce the dates for Big Dance 2016 – the final Big Dance festival, marking a decade of big dances across the UK.