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October in London

Your guide to the best stuff to do, see, eat and drink across London during October.

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London Design Festival

The London Design Festival spans dozens of locations, features tons of events, includes hundreds of exhibits and has one clear mission: to prove that our city is the capital of design. This year is its fifteenth annual celebration and the majority of events take place from September 16-24 2017.

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Rachel Whiteread

Back in 1993, Rachel Whiteread’s concrete cast of the interior of an East End terrace house made her the first woman to win the Turner Prize. Now, 24 years since ‘House’, Tate Britain is hosting a long overdue mid-career retrospective of her work. Expect big, immersive statements about sculpture and space from this important and groundbreaking artist. It’s a must-see.

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Skylight

Have some (legal) fun in a former carpark at Skylight, a rooftop playground in Tobacco Dock. Alongside the usual plethora of cocktails and street food, there are petanque courts, lawn bowls and three croquet lawns available to book for half-hour or one-hour slots, from £15. 

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September Sessions

September Sessions

If you’ve been looking to discover some new music for a while now, here’s your chance. For an entire week in Sheldon Square, September sessions will be going on.

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Playmake at Sheldon Square

Playmake at Sheldon Square

If you’ve been looking for a new, fun activity for the little ones, look no further! Playmake is specially designed to keep kids happy and entertained, with multiple exercises to keep them entertained.

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Lego at Kingdom Square

On your marks, Get Set, Lego at Kingdom Square

Finding something for the kids to do is always a challenge. But on the 16th – 17th of September, there will be a race among kids to build the biggest, best and most impressive Lego structure.

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