The October Occurrences
Published: 02 Oct 2015
Category: Things to do in London
October is upon us, however London in the autumn is as thrilling as ever as the nights draw in. There is still so much to see and do; Halloween is nearly here and the crackle of Guy Fawkes fireworks is almost audible.
Let us give you a few ideas of what to do if you are staying in a serviced apartment in London or just fancy a day of autumnal adventures.
If you looking for an East London alternative music and market festival The Wick returns for the second year at the Old Baths and Cr8 Galleries on the every Sunday in October. From 12 noon – 10.30pm (£10 after 6)
Visit The Wick Website
Explore London's new sculpture trail on Bank Holiday Walk , between the O2 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. With installed workes from Damien Hirst, Martin Creed and Eduardo Paolozzi and works by James Balmforth, Gary Hume and Piotr Ukla?ski still in the process of being installed.
Visit The Line Website
Science Museum Lates
Cravings: The monthly late event focuses on food cravings and why we're drawn to particular types of grub. Highlights include a supper club organised by members of the Crossmodal Research Laboratory and UCL's Institute of Making and a speed dating session with a scientific twist.
Visit the Science Museum Lates website
V&A Friday Late
The Potteries take over the museum for a night. Explore the making and meaning of ceramics, dine at Wedgwood's pop-up tearoom and celebrate Stoke-on-Trent’s ceramic heritage with British manufacturers, artists and designers.
Visit the Victoria & Albert Friday Late Website
The Alternative London Tour
Discover East London's 'alternative' side. Delve into the history and culture of the Brick Lane 'Banglatown' and Shoreditch, as well as areas as well as the current issues and street art.
Visit the Alternative London Website
NFL on Regent Street
As the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills of the NFL International prepare to fight it out on Saturday October 24 at Wembley Stadium, In celebration Regent Street will be traffic-free. The street will play host to an American football-themed block party where shoppers will be able to witness cheerleading and team drum-line performances and get involved with interactive games, food and drink.
Visit the Regent Street Website
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