Top 3 Upcoming London Events for 2018

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London is a city that never sleeps, so it’s not surprising that when it comes to events, few cities in the world have as much going on every single night.
Whether you’re a local, or are just visiting, you will probably never run out of things to do, places to see, and events to attend.
In fact, there’s so much to do that London might actually serve as an incredible incentive travel destination if a quality event agency in London were to plan the activities, even if you’re a local.
But in a city so big with such a vibrant social life, how can you sort through the event’s schedule and find the ones that you should mark on your calendar?
Well, to make that job easier, here are a few of the events in the upcoming months that are definitely worth your attention.

BBC Proms
BBC Proms is the biggest classical music festival in the world, offering a wide range of classical music concerts at the famous Royal Albert Hall, as well as other venues in London.
The goal of the festival is to bring the very best classical music from around the world at an affordable price so that it is accessible to anyone interested.
It would be hard to find a more diverse and intriguing classical music festival that attracts the very best soloists, musicians, and orchestras from around the globe.
Even if you’re not a huge classical music fan, experiencing the rich culture of London through world-class classical music performances can be a very rewarding and interesting experience for anyone.
More Information: https://www.bbc.co.uk/proms 
An image of the BBC proms arena
Open House London
London is famous for its historic buildings and a wide range of incredible museums, and with Open House London, you can see all of them, absolutely free.
On the 22nd of September, over 800 public buildings, private houses, museums, schools, churches, and offices become available to the public and offer guided tours and a range of intriguing activities.
The best part is, some of the buildings aren’t usually open to the public and this might be the only chance to explore them, so don’t miss your chance to discover the marvelous city of London like never before.
More Information: https://openhouselondon.org.uk 

Am image of under the hull at Cutty Sark in Greenwich
London Restaurant Festival
You cannot fully experience London if you don’t immerse yourself in the city’s eclectic food scene. And with the London Restaurant Festival, you will get the opportunity to experience the full range of different cuisines and world-class restaurants that London has to offer.
During the festival, you will find special menus that offer great value and showcase the unique style and flavor of some of the best restaurants in the city.
Many event management companies in London offer one-off chef-led events and gastronomic activities that can be found across the city, and you can even join immersive tours of restaurants or wine tastings.
The London Restaurant Festival attracts people from all around the world because you’d have a hard time finding a city that’s more diverse in its culture and as bustling with life as London.
More Information: http://www.londonrestaurantfestival.com/

The Cage at The Wright Brothers is a unique provate dining area. The two tables of 8 are in the middle a human-sized lobster cage.

About the Author

Sarah Hill is a content writer at Seven Events Ltd – one of the leading event companies in London, providing conference and incentive travel, conference venue finding services, corporate team building services across the UK. She started her career in the events industry almost a decade ago; as time progressed she became an avid event blogger sharing her insight on corporate event planning for several years.

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