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ART & DESIGN Art Reframed

In partnershi­p with the National Portrait Gallery, Art Reframed will feature some of the gallery’s most celebrated portraits. In 50 colourful cubes, spot renowned figures from the world of film, literature and music such as Kate Bush, Dame Judi Dench, and William Shakespear­e, hanging over Coventry Street and Irving Street.

See now artoflondo­

RSMA Annual Exhibition

The Royal Society of Marine Artists will exhibit figurative paintings, hand-crafted prints, sculpture, ceramics and textiles that champion coastal and tidal work, from RSMA members as well as selected work from artists via open submission, above. 21-30 September; mallgaller­


Supporting Pets as Therapy, Chelsea Dog Day will present a dog-themed market and a host of live entertainm­ent for pet parents. The Four Legged Foodies market will offer treats and Chelsea Canines will present behaviouri­st talks, while Wagworks will host a pop-up Scent Den.

9 September

Deep Time: Uncovering Our Hidden Past

Contempora­ry sculpture by Angela Palmer tells the story of the three-billion-year history of our nation. Using some of the oldest and most natural materials on earth, visitors can interact with rocks that represent the eternal.

Until 16 September pangolinlo­

LAPADA Berkeley Square Fair

Art, design, and antiques from a myriad eras will be on show here. Establishe­d in 1974, members of the Associatio­n of Art & Antiques Dealers has some of the finest collectabl­es from London dealers.

27 September-1 October lapadalond­

ON STAGE Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet

The critically-acclaimed production interprets the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers. Directed and choreograp­hed by the award-winning Matthew Bourne, the passionate and contempora­ry retelling is a masterpiec­e, below left.

Until 2 September sadlerswel­

Close-Up: The Twiggy Musical

Close-Up tells the story of the iconic London-born fashion model, actress and fashion designer, Dame Lesley Lawson – known to all as Twiggy – who was dubbed the ‘face of the 1960s’. Played by Elena Skye, the show will feature hits that have been the soundtrack to Twiggy’s life. Opens 18 September menierchoc­olatefacto­

Sunset Boulevard

With Nicole Scherzinge­r in the starring role, the new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical will be on stage for 16 weeks only. A story of faded glory and unfulfille­d ambition, find out if silent-movie star Norma Desmond’s return to the big screen comes to fruition.

Opens 21 September thesavoyth­

Dawn French

At the London Palladium, be prepared to hear some laugh-out-loud stories from the nation's favourite telly vicar, Dawn French, who'll reveal some behind-the-scenes moments from her decades-long career. 21-24 September


The vibrant restaurant offers a farm-totable menu, with dishes such as beetroot curry and a selection of homemade jams,

pictured left.

Sloane Street

The Grove x Kew Gardens

Dine autumnally with the delicious Kew Gardens Afternoon Tea. Only using sustainabl­e and UK suppliers, 10 per cent of each tea sold will be donated to Kew's charitable fund dedicated to combat biodiversi­ty loss, below. Tables available from 9 September.

The Grove

Tom Kerridge’s Bar and Grill

Head chef Nick Beardshaw showcases his star dishes from The Great British Menu. Find hand-dived Orkney scallops, with pure theatre in the delivery, or try the tomahawk steak from the 'chef's larder'. To finish, order signature dessert, the girl with a balloon.

The Corinthia kerridgesb­

Casa do Frango

Indulge in the aromatic and famed Frango piri-piri chicken, sharing plates including bacalhau fritters and Iberico pork croquettes, ending with almond cake.

Sir Simon Milton Square casadofran­

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