7 London Events Happening In September 2017

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No other city in the world can exude the modishness and elegance of London. It has a different charm of its own, with great people and their lifestyles. If you are on a holiday to London this September 2017, don’t forget to attend these events by booking for London coach hire.

Mail Rail

On the 4th of September, take a super-geeky journey into the secret history of London on the Mail Rail, which once used to carry thousands of letters from Paddington to Whitechapel, linking different post offices across the route. After being abandoned in 2003, it is back in function this time to carry passengers through the tunnels. While on the voyage, learn about the people who spent their lives here and how the letters were posted. It’s an enticing reflection of the kind of work executed here, and you will have a good time with your family taking a ride.

The Beavertown Extravaganza

This spectacular 2-day extravaganza is scheduled to take place on the 8th and 9th of Sep at the Printworks London in Rotherhithe. Some of the greatest breweries in the world including some hot favourites of London will be gathering in the city for a 2-day festival of beer, tips and talks. All the beer lovers out there are invited to immerse themselves in an engaging atmosphere with a wide variety of beers on offer. There will be some scrumptious food as well to curb your cravings.

Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

Grayson Perry’s Art Exhibition is not just about ceramic pots that threw him into limelight, but also woodcuts, tapestries, custom-made motorbikes, skateboards and assemblages that exudes his class and elegance. The exhibition show is envisioned as a contemplation on the role of popularity in the artistic world. Perry is at his righteous best in spinning some wonderful form of art including a couple of despondent wooden spouses locked in an airtight box.

Totally Thames 2017

With a vibrant program of live performances, boat races, archaeology walks and river inspired art, Totally Thames 2017 is a celebration of rich culture. As many as 150 events will be held throughout the month, with an opportunity to explore rich history of Thames through films and Photography in a series of exhibitions. Experience chamber concerts by descending into Tower Bridge, featuring modern and classic performances. Listen to a choir by a number of school children performing songs or cheer your favourite crew while on River Race. Enjoy an evening of music, comedy and poetry as you cruise past Thames.

London Design Festival 2017

The annual London Design Festival will take place from 16th to 24th of September, with a chance to explore various creative installations rejoicing contemporary design in London. Since 2003, it has been showcasing the work of retailers, artists, architects and designers from across the globe. There will be a wide range of activities on offer, including exhibitions, installations and workshop, with cutting edge designs in fashion, automobile, graphics and more. One of the key highlights of the show will be the ‘While we Wait Stone’ structure by Palestinian architects Yousef Anastas and Elias with a sculpture inspired from the picturesque Cremisan Valley.

Open House London Free

On the 17th of September, the Open House London will open the gates to numerous structures and spaces in the city, that was earlier hidden for general public. Witness as many as 750 public buildings, museums, churches, schools, and private houses as you take a guided walk to discover some iconic architecture of the ancient times. Step into the homes of some wealthy and famous people that lived in the city. Highlights of the 2016 event included The Gherkin, The Downing Street, residence of British PM and The Arcelor Mittal Orbit.

Pearly Kings and Queens Harvest Festival at Guildhall Yard

It’s time to celebrate the harvest on the 24th of September at the Pearly Harvest Festival with some traditional entertainment and a parade to St Mary Le Bow Church. The 140-year old tradition of getting dressed in dark suits immersed in bright pearl buttons will come to life once again with entertainment including marching bands, maypole dancing, colourful characters, Morris Dancing and lots more. This family-friendly event is sure to delight you in a unique way.