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Make the most of the capital with our guides and round-ups focused on going out in London. From clubbing and comedy, to dining out, drinking and gigging, we’ve got something to suit every occasion.
Widely known for its nightlife scene, London has some of the world’s best bars, clubs and music venues. We tell you which are hot and which are not. We tell you where to dine, where to drink and where to dance. But it’s not all after-dark; our going out section covers art, culture, theatre, London activities, date night, pop-ups and more.

Whether you need inspiration for a hen-do, a 30th birthday or a Saturday night with mates, you’ll find everything you need right here. We’ve also jam-packed the section with fun activities, cultural reviews and content on capital’s best pop-ups. Get booking and you’ll never have a boring weekend.


Behind the scenes at Matilda The Musical

Pendle Harte meets the cast of the iconic Roald Dahl show, Matilda The MusicalEven as an adult, I’m excited...

Experience the flight of a lifetime with the largest Spitfire flight provider in the...

We discover more about the largest Spitfire flight provider in the country and what it's like to fly one of these historical aircrafts.
Richer Education July

The STEAM classes and camps that are bringing learning to life for kids

From coding to robotics, Richer Education's holiday camps and weekend classes are helping to make STEAM fun for kids

The Fabulous World of Dior at Harrods

As the holiday season approaches, Dior has created The Fabulous World of Dior, a spectacular presentation illuminating the hallowed halls of the legendary Harrods department store.
Best Ice Rinks

London’s Best Ice Skating Rinks

Strap on your skates because there are plenty of places to get gliding this winter! From the riverside to rooftops, we've tracked down London's best ice skating rinks.
Classical Ballet

Find Joy in Tchaikovsky’s Classical Ballets

Ballet lovers and newcomers alike will find joy and spectacle in the classical delights of Tchaikovsky’s iconic ballets Swan Lake and The Nutcracker, which will be visiting Richmond Theatre from the...
Strange Clay

Must See Exhibition: Strange Clay

There are some intriguing shapes at the Hayward Gallery’s newest exhibition, Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art Words by Eve Herbert
Artists At Home

Make A Bid & Make A Difference This Christmas

The West London cultural institution that is Artists at Home is hosting its third online charity auction this month. Taking place from 10 am on Wednesday, November 16th and closing on Sunday the...
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What’s on in November- All the Best in Art & Culture

Absolutely's guide to what's on in November, here's all the best in art and culture London has to offer this month.IN PLAIN SIGHT  

The Betfair Tingle Creek Festival is Returning to Sandown Park Racecourse

The Betfair Tingle Creek Festival returns to Sandown Park Racecourse on Friday the 2nd and Saturday the 3rd December with two days of top-class Jump racing culminating in the Grade One Betfair Tingle Creek...


Deborah Brett: an interview with the fashion journalist turned ceramicist

Absolutely London's Pendle Harte meets Deborah Brett to find out what made her change career for a new life in ceramics...
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