Monday: In its second year only, Internet Week Europe kicks off with events across London, with The Hospital Club spearheading the festival as its official HQ. “Get a pass, get involved – all access, across all days for just £40 or £30 with a tweet,” say the organisers.
Tuesday: Open since last week, now is the time to beat the crowds and visit this fantastic exhibition of images taken from all over the world.
Wednesday: Our pick from Internet Week Europe, this show brings together what many consider to be the most significant sites of their time, each pushing the boundaries of how we play, interact and are entranced by technology.
Thursday: “Is there a more beautiful title than ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’?” asks the author of War Horse and one-time Children’s Laureate, Micheal Morpurgo. Part of series of autumn lectures where contemporary authors discuss French writers. If you’re a Giono or Morpurgo fan, this promises to be a real treat.
Friday: Taking place at a range of venues across London – the Southbank Centre, Ronnie Scott’s, Barbican, Union Chapel – this promises to be a feast for both jazz and world music lovers. For the ambitious among you, there’s workshops and master classes too.