Thursday Thrill: Things to Do This Weekend

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thursday thrill- what to do this weekend

Thinking of doing something exciting this weekend! WhatsOn team has picked some events which you can enjoy.

Mid-Autumn Festival Light-Up

Celebrating the Mid-Autumn the festival will start from 18 September to 4 October. The festival has both onsite and online attractions. The colorful festival takes place at Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay. Colorful lanterns make the city brighter and beautiful. The festival showcases 2,000 hand-painted lanterns, a series of virtual programs, annual live performances and more.

More info > https://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/

Mid-Autumn Festival Light-Up

London Fashion Week

Catch the London Fashion Week events to enrich your fashion sense and follow the trend. Starting from 17th September, this edition will feature more than 50 which you can enjoy from home or onsite and 30 events online. The event has collections from more than 80 designers.

More info > https://londonfashionweek.co.uk/

London Fashion Week

London Film Festival

The 64th BFI London Film Festival is going to take place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts from 7 to 17 October. Teaming up with American Express, the festival showcase world’s best new films. The ICA is re-opening their buildings and cinema doors only for the festival. Tickets will be available from 10:00 am on Monday 21 September.

More info > https://www.ica.art/

London Film Festival

Its’s Time

The festival “It’s Time” is coming at Royal Greenwich that will feature a series of leisure, learning, culture and events for local people to enjoy in a safe and socially distanced way. The events will run throughout September.

More info > www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk

Its’s Time

Everyday Heroes Exhibition

The exhibition takes place at Southbank Centre’s outdoor which features more than 40 portraits. The festival is to mark the worker’s work who have been working during the coronavirus pandemic. Artists are portraying family members, friends, or people in their local communities.

More info > www.southbankcentre.co.uk

Everyday Heroes Exhibition