Idris Khan and Annie Morris : When Loss Makes Memories at Pitzhanger Manor opens 4 October – 27 January 2023. This hotly anticipated exhibition does not disappoint. Not only does the dynamic work of this husband and wife team envelope you in the main gallery, it takes you on a journey throughout the house.


Gucci Cosmos at 180 The Strand. Designed by Es Devlin  11 October – 31 December 2023. If you love fashion and you want to be immersed in the history of the Gucci brand this is a must.


Frans Hals at National Gallery open now until 21 January 2024 to Skateboard until June 2024 at the Design Museum. The diversity in London museums right now is exciting.


Behind the Bricks | Step back in time during this week long festival at Battersea Power Station 21-29 October, before heading into ice skating season with the largest outdoor skating rink in London.



London Cocktail Week 12-22 October. Get the wristband and say cheers to new cocktails at various locations across London. This is an opportunity to enjoy some super tasty cocktails at a very reasonable price, in some fabulous locations.


Marina Abramović is pulling in the crowds at the Royal Academy until 1 January 2024. This month Marina is also doing an Institute Take Over at London’s Southbank Centre 4-8 October.


Guildhall Treasure of Gold and Silver Wire open until 12 November. This is a small and exquisite look at British craftsmanship. With over 200 items on display from Elizabeth I to the present day, see Royal regalia, alongside military uniform to costumes of the stage and screen. This is a treasure of an exhibition and one not to miss.



Early works by Christo in 4 Princelet Street by Gaggosian. Not only an opportunity to see the early work of Christo, but to see behind the most famous pink building in East London. 6-22 October 2023.

The Cellist at The Royal Opera House : Alongside some amazing theatre this autumn, this is one ballet I really don’t want to miss.