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Firsts: London’s Rare Book Fair will return for its 65th edition, with 120 international dealers exhibiting at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea.

This year’s theme for the Fair ‘Banned Books’ was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the publication of Ulysses - one of the most famous censored books in modern times.


Autumn Equinox

Following the success of their Spring Equinox earlier this year, Water Lane and SSAW Collective have announced their Autumn Equinox will be taking place on 24th September.

The event will look at how we can preserve the British flower growing season by producing lasting creations with a bundle dying and eco printing workshop, followed by a feasting lunch designed by head chef Jed Wrobel. There will also be a floral workshop, which will use materials that celebrate the change in the air as the nights get longer and days grow shorter until the winter solstice.


'Excited to be a part of @shoreditchdt during London Design Festival this year!

We will be showcasing an edit of 1980/90’s design pieces alongside work by contemporary artist Joe Sweeney.

Join us any day from the 17 to 25 September, 11h-17h.

Late night opening & drinks for all, Tuesday 20 September 18h-21h. All welcome!'


Petersham Nurseries will be hosting an intimate Sicilian Wine Dinner at The Petersham in Covent Garden. Guests will be will be invited to delve into the world of Sicilian fine wine, exploring the island’s regions from Vittoria to Mount Etna, learning about the organic farming methods and winemaking techniques that date back to 4000 BC.


Hosting over 100 professional antique, vintage and art dealers from across London and the UK, The dealers of Church Street welcome back their annual Church Street Antiques Fair following a three pause. The much anticipated fair will celebrate all things art, antiques and design, as well as offer food and entertainment in the form of pop-up shops, live music and exhibitions.


With amazing events, tours and open days of special buildings across all 33 London boroughs, the Open House Festival is a two-week celebration of London. Explore the city’s most remarkable homes, architecture and landscapes, and learn about London’s unique heritage and communities.


Featuring a line-up of 19 international artists, the celebrated public art exhibition opens in Regent's Park on 14 September and will continue until 13th November 2022. Free and open to all, Frieze Sculpture will runs alongside Frieze London and Frieze Masters.


Set amongst the beautiful, historic setting of Alexandra Palace, the Sunday Fair is the perfect hunting ground for collectors pieces, ceramics, artwork, jewellery and more, attracting over 300 quality antiques dealers from around the UK.


HowTheLightGetsIn came to London from Hay-on-Wye in 2018, bringing wonder to the gardens of Kenwood House in Hampstead Heath with the world's largest philosophy and music festival. Returning to the Heath in this year with their emphatic return to live programming featuring gardeners, horticulturalists, astronomers and archaeologists.


Featuring over 100 leading authors, scientists, politicians, chefs, artists and journalists, the FTWeekend Festival will seek to enrich the curious minds of their visitors through debates, food demos, wine tasting, live music and more.

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream is a 2022 documentary film about English singer-songwriter David Bowie. Written, directed, produced and edited by Brett Morgen, the film utilizes previously unreleased footage from Bowie's personal archives, including live concert footage. An exciting prospect for any Bowie fan.

Other films to note - See How They Run (16th September), Don’t Worry Darling Friday (September 23) & Bros (30th September)


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