Things To Do This Weekend

There are so many things to see and do in London every day. Here is our pick of the best things to do in London this weekend, including hot new shows, exhibitions and family events.

Top Theatre Deals

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Grab your last chance to see the stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s award-winning novel at the Gielgud Theatre, and pay no booking fee on tickets. Follow the adventures of Christopher Boone as he discovers the corpse of a dead dog in his neighbour’s garden and sets out on a quest to find the dog’s killer, encountering many faces, old and new, along the way. Tickets are £15. Valid until 18 Mar. Book now

There are only a few weeks left to see Damon Albarn’s magical new musical, based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Enjoy this no booking fee offer and see at the Olivier Theatre, as you explore the life of 12-year-old Aly. Bullied in school, Aly discovers a wonderful, virtual world, where he becomes Alice; brave, beautiful and in control. Tickets are £39. Valid until 28 Feb. Book now

Monkey Business

This weekend sees events across the capital to mark the start of the Chinese Year of the Monkey. Head to Trafalgar Square, Chinatown or the West End anytime between 10am and 6pm on 14 February and enjoy grand parades, firecrackers and troupes of dancing acrobats, as part of the Chinese New Year celebrations. Don’t miss the grand finale from 5.20pm in Trafalgar Square, as neon lights illuminate Nelson’s Column. 14 Feb. Read more

Eye Love You

Treat your loved one to a Valentine’s Day experience they won’t forget by booking your own luxury Cupid’s Capsule on the Coca-Cola London Eye. Enjoy stunning views of the capital with that special someone, while being served champagne and truffles. 12-14 FebBook now


Ageing Potter

Calling all Harry Potter fans! Celebrate 15 years since the first film was released at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. Enter the Great Hall, see candles floating above the teacher’s table, and discover the secrets behind some of the most iconic scenes from the first movie. 11 Feb-14 Nov. Book now

Love Songs

Mark Valentine's Day by settling in at the Barbican for an evening of classic tracks from your favourite movies. Conducted by John Rigby, the London Concert Orchestra will be performing music from the scores of romantic movies, such as Titanic, Love Actually and Gone With The Wind. 14 FebBook now

Deal of the Week: Save £5 at The View from The Shard with Extended Opening

Save £5 on tickets to The View from The Shard this Valentine's Day weekend and enjoy extended opening until midnight. Experience a memorable Valentine’s moment by journeying up to the observatory at the top of Western Europe's tallest building and gaze at the sparkly spectacle of London at night. Book now