11 to 15 May 2022
The Experimental Weave Lab is the City of London’s first contemporary, innovative weaving season.
Curated by Elizabeth Ashdown MA RCA and Philippa Brock MA RCA, this six-month season supports a programme of short and long-term weaving residencies, talks and workshops culminating in a final exhibition in September 2022.
1 June 2022
Strike a Jubillee pose with a real life Corgi to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
A free event at Leadenhall Market. No booking required, so just turn up.
The following Ward Councillors were elected at the election held in March 2022.
In the Middle Ages the City of London was the centre of commerce and trade.
Around 80,000 people lived within the City Walls, and the City was full of narrow and twisting streets.
Many of these streets and passageways that we still walk down today, follow the same layout as the medieval City.
Step into the medieval City of London and discover the people and places that defined the Square Mile in the Middle Ages by walking this Self-guided Walk.
Find out on this family sixty minute interactive walk how the Great Fire started, spread and was finally stopped.
See Great Fire of London family walk for more information.
As part of the Leadenhall 700 year celebrations, the Museum of London have taken over the windows of shop unit 43 to 45, to give visitors an insight into iconic moments from Leadenhall’s history.
See Museum of London’s Windows into History for more information.
Each year, in partnership with local businesses, the City of London has a selection of artworks by internationally-acclaimed and emerging artists on sites around the City.
The 10th Edition is now in the process of being dismantled (May 2021) in readiness for the next edition.
Missed the 10th Edition? See it Now
To celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen, the Tower of London is sowing over 20 million seeds in the moat in Spring 2022 to provide a flower display from June to September 2022.
Designed to attract pollinators, visitors will be able to wander along a weaving path into the centre of the flowers and listen to a specially commissioned sound installation to make them feel at home amongst the bees and butterflies.