Nicole Fahri

Supercity’s London Diary: September Picks

Autumn’s almost upon us – but don’t despair! we’ve found the best activities in September to keep you entertained.

Be one of the first to see Fatboy Slim’s roof raising musical on the life of Filipina First Lady Imela Marcos in ‘Here Lies Love’ at the National Theatre from 30th September. Bring your dancing shoes and expect to be jumping up out of your seat.

Celebrate twenty years of democracy in South Africa with song and dance with ‘Mark Smith and Ladysmith Black Mambazo’ at Sadler’s Wells Theatre showing now until Saturday.

Missed London Fashion Week? Don’t worry; you can see the beautiful sculptures from one of fashions great names, Nicole Fahri, at Bowman Sculpture exhibiting now until 3rd October.

If it’s back to school blues you’re trying to cure, enjoy a quirky and charming puppet show, ‘The Secret Life of Suitcases’ at the Unicorn Theatre, showing now until 12th October.

See the story of 15th century China in a breathtaking series of objects at The British Museum’s stunning new exhibition ‘Ming: 50 years that changed China’, open now until 4th January.