Best Festival Events in London
Whether you're sunning it up at one of London's summer music festivals or chowing down on as much grub as you can fit in your mouth at one of the city's most loved foodie events; there are so many festivals in London worth looking into. Covering comedy, music, burlesque, food and more; there's something for everyone. Check out our guide to the best festival events in London right here.
Last updated on 6th September 2016
Few art festivals bring together such a diverse range of performances as the Clapham Fringe. With a show based around the intriguing relationship of a man and his beloved Galunka instrument, an one-man theatrical show about being trapped in a state of eternal transition in Limbo and a play about the intertwining story of two homeless gentlemen in London, this South London festival showcases a range of contrasting and complementing forms of expression. Taking over the Bread & Rose Theatre for one weekend in October, the event will undoubtedly draw in crowds from all over the capital.
The biggest street party in Europe? Oh go on then. Notting Hill Carnival has become synonymous with culture, music, food and a thumping good time. Get to grips with the carnival's Sound Systems, plus find out where to party after the main action has finished. London summer festivals don't come much more iconic than this one.
Tellit Festival is the UK's first urban festival the solely celebrates 'truth' using a range of different art forms. From live immersive theatrical experiences and comedy shows, to musical performances and story-telling sessions, guests are encouraged to dive head first into this frivolous theatrical experience. Taking place over the space of a week this October, guests can expect to hear serene poetry and hilarious real-life stories at this vibrant week-long festival in London.