Previous Events

Car Free Day Road Closures

22nd September 2019

The Mayor of London and TfL are holding a Car Free Day on Sunday 22 September 2019.  Approximately 20 kilometres of roads around locations in central London will be closed to vehicles.  The event will take place from 1030 – 1700 hours and include a range of activities.

London Open House

21st September 2019

Open House London is coming...

Saturday, 21 September

Open House London on Saturday, 21 September (10am - 5pm).

Smithfield Market Street Party - Sunday 25th August 2019

25th August 2019

Smithfield Market Street Party - Sunday 25th August 2019

This August Bank Holiday Sunday (25 Aug), Culture Mile presents Smithfield Street Party: A Beastly Adventure, a fantastical free street party where the animals top the bill, that marks the culmination of #PlayTheMile. 

City Beer Fest

18th July 2019

City Beer Fest (Guildhall Yard)
18 July (12.30-9.00pm): This event is organised by the City of London Corporation and The Worshipful Company of Brewers. Join in and raise a glass (as well as funds) in support of three charities championed by The Lord Mayor's Appeal...

Come hear the Band of the Royal Yeomanry

17th July 2019

The City of London Corporation invites you to a concert by the Band of the Royal Yeomanry

 Wednesday 17th July 2019 from 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Guildhall Yard, EC2V 7HH

The Band will play a selection of military marches, classic film scores and light music.

Consultation on the New Museum of London

4th July 2019

The new Museum of London will sit in atmospheric but currently dilapidated market buildings, at the heart of one of the capital’s most historic and creative quarters, Smithfield.

Jamie Cullum led the world's first 5G music lesson

25th June 2019

City of London's Roman Amphitheatre last night hosted an amazing event, where Jamie Cullum led the world's first 5G music lesson, with musicians playing in venues in Bristol and Birmingham broadcast over 5G!!  The Corporation worked with Music For All, Kings College, BT, EE, University of Bristol