Join the 26th edition of the South Ken Kids Festival! This year, we welcome some of the most talented children’s writers and illustrators from both sides of the Channel and beyond.
Add some colour to your autumn with a new season of arts-inspired events at Leighton House. From live performances and chamber music, to family fun and creative workshops inspired by upcoming exhibition 'Maha Ahmed: Where Worlds Meet' - there's something for everyone!
Taking inspiration from the exploratory approach to fashion design synonymous with the London fashion scene, this dynamic one-day design development workshop will unleash your creative spirit to develop experimental fashion ideas in both 2D and 3D forms.
This FREE course allows participants to develop communication skills and creative decision-making through inspiring, practical workshops and courses that explore how music is created, eventually working towards inventing an original composition.
Discover Leslie Linder, how he cracked the code of Beatrix Potter’s secret journal and showed the world her art.
A free display created by performance artist Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich will see a collection of wooden furniture spread throughout the museum. Climb, hide within, and temporarily inhabit these sculptures to create your own experience of ANTIFURNITURE.
From hefty herbivores to jungle jumbos, discover who's topping the charts when it comes to being the biggest, the tallest and the heaviest of them all. Follow the trail to meet some of world's biggest animals and to find out all about the highs and lows that come with being so big.
The theme for 2023's prize is 'Human', inviting reflections on the experiences, emotions, relationships and challenges that define our collective existence. The twelve shortlisted photographers will have their work exhibited at the V&A.
The first UK exhibition dedicated to French couturière, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel, charting the establishment of the House of CHANEL and the evolution of her iconic design style. Tickets are sold out but become a member to see the exhibition.
A playful and immersive display in partnership with Intuit Mailchimp to explore email’s transformational powers. With the acceleration of new technologies like artificial intelligence and new methods of connecting online, the display will ask: how will email shape our future?
Start your day with a burst of creativity! Join Write & Shine for a series of early morning writing workshops in The Royal Parks this Autumn.
Delve into the Museum's pioneering projects and find out more about their collections as they celebrate and showcase the world-leading scientific research carried out at the Museum.
Park Nights returns for a series of interdisciplinary artistic engagements staged in the Serpentine Pavilion 2023. Expect five newly commissioned works spanning poetry, performance and music. Join the Serpentine on selected evenings from August to September.
How can we design our homes to respond to the climate emergency? Discover how architects are reimagining wood, stone and straw to design homes fit for the future in this free display.
Acclaimed musician and composer Nitin Sawhney curates a festival celebrating diverse journeys and identity through music, art and discussion.
Discover the story of American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his race to save the world in this pulse-pounding IMAX® 70mm immersive experience.
Discover titanosaur’s secrets during our special storytelling event, plus enjoy priority entry to our new exhibition Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur. Tickets coming soon.
Get ready to spark your creativity at Young V&A – the museum where children, young people and families can imagine, play and design. From 1 July 2023, be inspired by spaces, explore our collection and get creative. Right now, keep in touch on social.
Discover unique treasures from the RCM Museum and Library collections. Featuring long unseen artworks, historic manuscripts, and unusual and ingenious musical instruments, this exhibition shares rarely seen objects and stories hand-picked from the thousands of objects and stories.
The Royal Albert Hall’s Afternoon Coffee Club is a series of relaxed live music performances ranging from smooth jazz to classical. Tickets are £5 and include tea/coffee and cake.
Serpentine are working with Brian Eno on developing a new set of cards. Presenting prompts and questions, the deck aims to invite young people, adults and organisations to think differently about the planet. Be part of the conversation! Send in your answers, as well as your own questions!
This display shines a light on the diverse kinds of energy in photography, from the hidden processes intrinsic to creating a picture, to the subjects in front of the camera.
A season of events and displays marking the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush. Find out more about the Windrush generation, their legacies and the impact of the Caribbean on art, design and culture in Britain.