London Living: SEPTEMBER. What To See, Eat & Do.

11 September, 2015
Sarah

London Living: SEPTEMBER. What To See, Eat & Do.

11 September, 2015
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Londoners are slowly beginning to accept that summer is over, despite the fact it never really got going in the first place. The food markets and pop-up beaches may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean the city is set to be any less fun.

If you’re a London-based graduate looking for something to fill the weekends, why not give some of the following a go...

1. London Design Festival


Image Credit: London Design Festival

If you’re feeling artsy this month, then you’re in for a treat. From the 19th – 27th September, the London Design Festival will be taking place across the city. There are over 400 events and exhibitions on offer in total, so you’re bound to find something that takes your fancy! Exhibitions will pop up in some of London’s most iconic settings, from Somerset House to the V&A Museum and even John Lewis on Oxford Street.

Where: Various venues across London
When: 19th – 27th September
Cost: Free

2. Silent Disco at The View From The Shard


Image Credit: TimeOut London

Could there possibly be a better location to dance the night away than high up amongst the London clouds? Head to The Shard and don some headphones to have your own personal soundtrack to the night – The perfect place to head with those friends that have a seriously dodgy taste in music.

Where: The Shard
When: Saturday 12th September
Cost: £37.50

3. Totally Thames Festival


Image Credit: TimeOut London

Back for another yer, the Totally Thames festival is bigger than ever for 2015. As with the design festival, there are numerous events taking place, all located along the banks of our favourite River Thames. Think art installations, community events, river races and environmental activities.  Our pick of the best would be ‘Rain Interactive’ by Luzinterruptus, where visitors can stand under a canopy of 5,000 lit up giant rain drops. You’ll have to check it out to find out what they’re made up of, though…

Where: Various venues across London
When: Throughout September
Cost: Free

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If you're a London-dwelling graduate, find tonnes more recommendations of places to visit in the city in Instant Impact's Graduate Guide To London.

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