Need something to occupy yourself or the children this week (Monday, September 26 to Friday, September 30) whether it's a day out or an evening at a concert?
Ronan Keating is bringing his tenth studio album Time Of My Life to Hammersmith for a special live performance.
There's also a whole host of other events going on, from exhibitions to plays, all across west London.
Pick your favourite and enjoy a fun week!
See the legendary Ronan Keating at The Eventim Apollo
Ronan Keating at The Eventim Apollo
Ronan Keating is hitting the road touring his tenth studio album, Time Of My Life, and will be coming to Hammersmith this week.
Keating said: "This is the music I've always wanted to make. This is who I am and it feels absolutely right... These songs were written for live performance."
Where: The Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, W6 9QH
When: Thursday September 29, 6.30pm
Cost: Tickets cost from £44.50
Call: 020 8563 3800
See Dickens' classic novel A Tale of Two Cities performed live!
A Tale of Two Cities at Richmond Theatre
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...
Dickens considered his novel A Tale of Two Cities the best story he had ever written. Interweaving one family's intensely personal drama with the terror and chaos of the French Revolution, it is an epic story of love, sacrifice and redemption.
Don't miss your chance to see it performed live!
Where: Richmond Theatre, Little Green, Richmond, TW9 1QJ
When: Tuesday September 27 to Saturday October 1
Cost: Tickets cost from £13.90
Call: 0844 871 7651
See hilarious The Full Monty: The Musical in Ruislip!
The Full Monty: The Musical by Ruislip Operatic Society
Following sell-out productions of Sister Act and Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ruislip Operatic Society (ROS) bring The Full Monty: The Musical to The Winston Churchill Theatre.
Carl Quaif said: "My last role with ROS required me to learn Chinese. This time I have to get over my nerves at stripping naked. What are they going to make me do next?"
Where: Winston Churchill Theatre, Manor Farm, Pinn Way, Ruislip, HA4 7QL
When: Tuesday September 27 to Saturday October 1
Cost: Tickets cost £15 for adults, £13 for concessions
Call: 07905 932 366
See an incredible exhibition at the Natural History Museum
Colour and Vision: Through the Eyes of Nature at the Natural History Museum
Discover how the entwined histories of colour and vision have filled the natural world with the vibrant hues and shades we see today.
Follow a 565-million-year journey through the eyes of nature, uncover how vision first evolved and how colour in animals suddenly became the difference between life and death.
Where: The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD
When: Exhibition runs until Sunday November 6
Cost: Tickets cost £10.80 for adults, £5.40 for concessions
Call: 020 7942 5511
See a dramatic thriller at The Questor's Theatre
After The End at The Questor's Theatre
Louise, a popular young office worker, wakes to find herself in an underground nuclear fallout shelter. Mark, a colleague, says he rescued her from the carnage of a nuclear attack, and brought her to safety in the old shelter in his garden.
Now all they have to do is wait until it's safe to emerge...
Where: The Questor's Theatre, 12 Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5BQ
When: Friday September 30 to Saturday October 8
Cost: Tickets cost £14 for adults, £12 for concessions, £7 for students and under-16s
Call: 020 8567 0011
See a gorgeous outdoor film in Wembley
Slumdog Millionaire at Wembley
Enjoy an outdoor film event in a stunning location as Nomad Cinema brings Danny Boyle's smash-hit Slumdog Millionaire to Wembley Park.
Grab a blanket or two, bring some delicious picnic food and sit under the stars with this brilliant classic movie.
Where: Wembley Park, Olympic Way, Wembley, HA9
When: Thursday September 29, 7pm
Cost: Tickets cost from £7.50 to £13.50
Visit a gorgeous floating exhibition
Floating Dreams by Ik-Joong Kang at Millennium Bridge
A major installation by Ik-Joong Kang, one of South Korea's most renowned multimedia artists, Floating Dreams is a large-scale installation situated on the River Thames by Millennium Bridge.
Constructed from 500 drawings and illuminated from within, the three-storey lantern structure acts as a memorial to the millions displaced and divided during the Korean War, and a poignant symbol of hope for the reunification of North and South Korea.
Where: The River Thames by Millennium Bridge, Westminster, SE1 9JE
When: Exhibition runs until Friday September 30
See the award-winning Carpenter's Story in Hayes
The Carpenter's Story at The Beck Theatre
The award-winning Carpenter's Story celebrates the music of one of the most successful pop duos in history, Richard and Karen Carpenter.
Featuring the stunning vocals of Claire Furley, the show includes all the classics such as Close To You, We've Only Just Begun, Yesterday Once More, Top of the World and more!
Where: The Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes, UB3 2UE
When: Friday September 30, 7.30pm
Cost: Tickets cost £25 for adults, £24 for concessions
Call: 020 8561 8371
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