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Spring Events 2017/18

Welcome to a season of fun, captivating and enthralling events in the City of London.

For a great round-up of entertainment in the City from February to April 2018, download the Spring in the City guide (2MB) or visit the City Information Centre for friendly, multi-lingual advice.

Spring highlights

As the cold melts away and the green shoots of spring creep through, leave your winter refuge and take advantage of the City's plentiful offering of events.


Votes for Women

Commemorating one hundred years since women secured the right to vote, learn more about about the struggle for equality with a variety of events across the City, including events at the Museum of London and the Barbican Cinema. Keep an eye out for more throughout the year


Games Parade

Join Mario, Pac-Man, Lara Croft and a whole host of other classic characters from video games for a parade through the City as well as a host of fun activities and entertainment at Guildhall.

14 April, find out more


Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace: 1918-2018

The City commemorates the centenary of the end of the First World War. Head to Guildhall Yard for Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace 1918–2018, the final in a series of photographic exhibitions that capture how time and nature have healed the scars of war. This instalment explores the global nature of the conflict.

From 30 April, find out more


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More events in the City this Spring

Dragon Café in the City

Come along and take part in a range of free activities promoting mental wellbeing, or just relax and meditate in the calm space. Dragon Cafe is open to anyone working, visiting or living in the Square Mile. It’s completely free and you can just drop in.

  • Every other Thursday from 8 February to 12 July 2018
  • 12 noon - 8.30pm
  • Shoe Lane Library EC4A 3JR
  • Download the events guide
    Spring in the City

    For a great round-up of entertainment in the City this February 2018 to April 2018, download the Spring in the City guide (2MB)


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