What's on in the capital
London is a diverse and exciting city featuring some of the world's best sights, attractions and activities. With so much history to discover and new places to experience, it can sometimes be hard to narrow down the long list of reasons to visit. The Lanesborough's team of dedicated Concierges, each a member of Les Clefs d'Or, is on hand to provide you with the best information to ensure your stay in the World's Greatest City is enjoyable.
Please note, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, all theatres, museums and galleries are closed for the foreseeable future. Our Concierge team are on hand to assist with any upcoming trips, click 'meet the concierge team' to discover more.
Your London calendar
Produced by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and IMG, TUTANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh unveils more than 150 original objects from the tomb, 60 of which are travelling out of Egypt for the first and final time before they return for permanent display within the Grand Egyptian Museum which is currently under construction.learn more
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of surrealism, the Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London presents an exhibition of 42 emblematic British artists from the surrealist movement.learn more
David Hockney - Drawing from Life
After a smashing retrospection at Tate Britain in 2017, another David Hockney exhibition will take place in The National Portrait Gallery on St. Martins Lane in Covent Garden. It will be the largest display of his drawings over 20 years, 150 works will be on show from the 1950s to the present.learn more
Two decades of Steven McQueen’s artwork will be exhibited in the Tate Modern Museum. The show will feature pieces across film, photography and sculpture.learn more
For the 30th anniversary of the romantic film Pretty woman, the Piccadilly Theatre presents a musical interpretation of the film with original music and lyrics by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance.learn more
The Prince of Egypt
The Dominion Theatre is taking us on a journey of wonder with The Prince of Egypt. Based on a DreamWorks Animation film, follow the story of two young men who are raised as brothers but torn apart by secrets of the past.learn more
Andy Warhol was the son of immigrants who became an American icon. A shy gay man who became the hub of New York’s social scene, Andy was an artist who embraced consumerism, celebrity and counter culture – and changed modern art in the process. His exhibition is at Tate Modern.learn more
The Sondheim Theatre is presenting Les Misérables Musical. Adapted from the original novel by Victor Hugo, the musical is set against the backdrop of 19th-century France and tells a powerful and moving story of unrequited love, sacrifice, passion, redemption and revolutionary spirit.learn more
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The Ultimate London Address
Moments from Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park, in a Regency London landmark, The Lanesborough stands at the heart of the capital, next to Wellington Arch.