The Mayor organises a yearly programme of eight core events to celebrate London’s culture and communities: St Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, Feast of St George, Vaisakhi Festival, Eid, Diwali Festival, African Festival, Liberty Festival and New Year’s Eve Fireworks. He also supports a range of other events, exhibitions at City Hall and celebrations across London.
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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.
Come and celebrate the best of London’s River Thames at a new festival this September.
Get ready for Zee London Mela in Brentford on 6 September. This family-friendly event offers eight action-packed hours of live music, dance, food, a giant funfair and more.
Come and find out what’s cooking on Friday 18 September. It’s a foodie’s delight as the sights, sounds and smells of East Asian cuisine fill Trafalgar Square.
Celebrate 150 years of friendship between London and Japan in Trafalgar Square. Don’t miss this rare chance to see the Izaku Drum Dancers and other amazing acts from Kagoshima.
The NFL Fan Rally will return in 2015 on Saturday 3 October 2015, ahead of the match between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins.
Come and celebrate the best of African culture in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 10 October, from noon-6pm.
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.
People’s Question Time comes to Hillingdon at The Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes, Middlesex on Thursday 26 November from 7-9pm.
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.