Tate presents a rare chance to experience two of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms.
Omeara is Bankside's number one live music and entertainment venue
'Indecent' is performance exploring the origins of the highly controversial play 'The God of Vengeance' by Sholem Asch.
Survey II is a major touring exhibition led by Jerwood Arts that presents new commissions by ten of the most outstanding early-career artists in the UK.
Open mic night aboard The Golden Hinde! Bring your music, bring your instrument, bring a friend!
A free-roaming, live music experience, where you can curate your own evening of great music in beautifully designed theatrical surroundings
It’s Christmaaaaaaaas! Flat Iron Square has been transformed into the ultimate winter wonderland – complete with over 40 pine trees, lights, bookable ‘Christmas Booth’ packages (perfect for Xmas parties), a brand new winter drinks menu, and an exciting events schedule guaranteed to get you in the festive mood. So, dig out your best (or worst) […]
The festive season is upon us, so if you're planning a Christmas get-together with a group of friends or family, look no further than Bankside!
The Refinery’s Merry Weekender bottomless brunches feature a specially-created menu, 90 mins of unlimited Aperol Spritz, Bloody Marys, Prosecco or Easytime Lager plus some incredible entertainment. There will be an amazing gospel choir performing carols with a modern twist, to get the party started this festive season. Available on Saturdays between 12 noon and 5pm […]
The Africa Centre Christmas Market returns with African festivities fusing music, dance, food, and fashion!
Christmas themed demos, tastings and masterclasses at Borough Market
From Dickens to pantomime dames, many of the things that are synonymous with Christmas have their roots in Bankside. Join Mr Londoner, aka blue badge tour guide Antony Robbins, and delve into this remarkable neighbourhood’s fascinating festive past. Please meet at Rabot London on Bedale Street for a hot chocolate before discovering the area with […]
The Globe Theatre returns to its roots for a magical re-imagining and re-wilding of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Fir Tree – the story of Christmas told from the perspective of the tree. ‘What are they doing? Why are they doing it? What will happen next?’ Asked the tree. Bring friends, family, partners, neighbours […]