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Got a spare week or weekend and don’t know how to spend it? Look no further with our expert edit of the latest London activities and things to book now.

We’ve curated the coolest of the capital into handy lists, covering everything from the best independent cinemas and ideas for a girly weekend through to parks to picnic in and the best bike rides.

On top of that we tell you about the one-off London-based events you need to know about. This includes art and design fairs, book events, festivals and more.

If there’s a big event or celebration coming up in London, this is also the place to find out how to celebrate.

London's hottest happenings

London’s hottest happenings this month

Absolutely London has rounded up London's hottest happenings this month which includes Christmas at Kew, Festive Fayre & more. Event - Christmas at Kew Until 9 January 2002 at the Royal Botanic Gardens Enjoy annual after-dark festivities...

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Absolutely London catches up with Vestalia Chilton, founder and director of Kensington and Chelsea Art Week Kensington and Chelsea Art Week is looming, and with the launch of the inaugural Kensington and Chelsea Festival in West...
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Hadeda X Anthropologie pop up at Kings Road Gallery

The Kings Road gallery Anthropologie will play host to the new Hadeda capsule collection By Layla Turner Lifestyle brand Hadeda (pronounced Haa-Dee-Dah) has collaborated with talented artisans from across Africa to showcase a range of ceramic,...
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GoBoat: The New Way To Explore London

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