February 2023 Events

 

now until 19 February 2023: Turner on Tour at the National Gallery


Two of the artist’s most ground-breaking pieces are now in London for this special exhibition.

now until 12 March 2023: The EY Exhibition: Cezanne at Tate Modern

Fascinating insights into the artist’s life and outlook with this brilliant career retrospective.

1 – 28 February 2023: LGBT+ History Month: 1 – 28 February 2023

Lots of events throughout London celebrating LGBT+ histories, cultures and communities.

4 February – 5 March 2023:  The Orchid Festival at Kew Gardens

This is a real treat. If you are visiting London then this is a must see! Located just 30 minutes from the centre, it is easy to get to. And at this time you will be enthralled by the amazing orchid display.

From 4 February 2023: Six Nations Rugby Tournament

Watch in a London sports bar or try to get tickets for a fixture at the famous Twickenham Stadium.

From 8 – 18 February: Imagine Children’s Festival at Southbank Centre

Watch the little ones dabble in all things cultural. 

17 – 21 February 2023: London Fashion Week

It’s that time of year again! The elite group of international fashion editors descend upon London in droves, shoehorn themselves into their comfiest Louboutins and whizz through a cramped schedule of shows, parties and events which showcase both the freshest emerging and finest established fashion designers to come out of London. Most shows are invite-only, but if you don’t have friends in the right places, look out for plenty of spin-off events, after-parties and sales popping up in the city while the models strut their stuff.

 

 

Date Event
1 February 2023
1 February 2023
4 February 2023
17 February 2023

June 2023 Events

The Derby

Taking place at Epsom Downs this historic race is the highlight of the English flat horse-racing season, taking place on 2 – 3 June 2023.

Trooping the Colour in Horse Guards Parade

The King’s Birthday Parade will be held on 17 June 2023. This impressive display of pageantry will take place  by Regiments of the Household Division, on Horse Guards Parade, with His Majesty The King attending and taking the salute.

His Majesty King Charles III will hold the appointment of Colonel-in-Chief of the Regiments of Household Division. Each Regiment has a Colonel who is normally either a member of the Royal Family or a senior officer.

There are three newly appointed Colonels within the Foot Guards:

  • Colonel, Grenadier Guards – The Queen Consort
  • Colonel, Welsh Guards – The Prince of Wales
  •  Colonel, Irish Guards – The Princess of Wales

There will be no change to the existing Colonelcies of the other Regiments within the Household Division, which will remain as below:

  • Colonel, Blue and Royals – The Princess Royal
  • Colonel, Scots Guards – The Duke of Kent
  • Colonel, Life Guards – Lieutenant General Sir Ed Smyth-Osbourne
  • Colonel, Coldstream Guards – Lieutenant General Sir James Bucknall

The Trooping of the Colour has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign for over 260 years. 2023 will mark His Majesty King Charles III’s first Trooping of the Colour as Sovereign. Over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The King’s official birthday. The parade moves from Buckingham Palace and down The Mall to Horse Guard’s Parade, alongside Members of the Royal Family on horseback and in carriages. The display closes with an RAF fly-past, watched by Members of the Royal Family from Buckingham Palace balcony

Date Event
2 June 2023
17 June 2023
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