Need something to occupy yourself or the children this week (Monday August 15 to Friday August 19) whether it's a day out or an evening at a concert?
80s cult classic movie The Breakfast Club is coming to Victoria Embankment Gardens as Luna Cinema brings a gorgeous outdoor screening to west London.
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 a gorgeous outdoor film at sunset
The Breakfast Club outdoor screening by Luna Cinema
Enjoy an outdoor film event in a stunning location as Luna Cinema brings 80s cult classic The Breakfast Club to Victoria Embankment Gardens.
Grab a blanket or two, bring some delicious picnic food and sit under the stars with this brilliant classic movie.
Where: Victoria Embankment Gardens, Villiers Street, Westminster, WC2N 6NS
When: Tuesday August 16, 8.30pm
Cost: Tickets cost £17.50
See a fascinating exhibition at The Tate Britain
Art and Alcohol at The Tate Britain
Visit a fabulous display at The Tate Britain museum in Westminster to examine the UK's relationship with alcohol from the 19th century to the present day.
A spokesman for the exhibit said: "Cutting across time, generations, class and gender, reflecting changing tastes and attitudes, alcohol and its consequences are shown to exert a catalytic effect. Never have the nation's drinking habits been so captivating."
Where: The Tate Britain, Millbank, Westminster, SW1P 4RG
When: Runs until Friday September 30
Call: 020 7887 8888
Make a brand new performance without words at The Lyric!
The Silent Project at The Lyric Hammersmith
How much of what we want to say do we say completely without words?
Head to The Lyric for a week, as a group will work together to create a brand new performance without any words at all.
Participants will experiment with sounds, movement and pictures to tell stories.
Where: The Lyric Hammersmith, King Street, Lyric Square, Hammersmith, W6 0QL
When: Monday August 15 to Friday August 19
Call: 020 8741 6850
See an incredible exhibition all about the history of colour
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.
The exhibition features more than 350 rarely seen specimens, from beautiful birds to fossils of the first organisms with eyes!
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
Join in a fun children's music workshop
Find Your Voice parent and child music sessions
Find Your Voice are delivering free parent and child music sessions to the Harrow community.
At the Xplore group, parents are invited to bring along their young child where together they'll sing, use instruments and play with multi-sensory toys to help the develop the literacy, numeracy and motor skills development of their little ones.
Where: Arc House, 80 Lowlands Road, Harrow, HA1 3AN
When: Weekdays from 11am to 2pm
Call: 020 7837 8066
See a brilliant performance of a theatre classic
Bugsy Malone at The Lyric Hammersmith
Bugsy Malone returns to The Lyric Hammersmith this Summer following an immensely popular run in 2015.
This classic musical is brought to you live with talented young local actors, all under 25! Enjoy your favourite tracks, including Fat Sam's Grand Slam, My Name is Talulah, So You Want To Be A Boxer and many more.
Where: The Lyric Theatre, King Street, Lyric Square, Hammersmith, W6 0QL
When: Play runs until Sunday September 4
Cost: Ticket prices range from £15 to £40
Call: 020 8741 6850
Take part in some amazing computer-generated theatre
Remote London by Rimini Protokoll
Remote London is part of an international phenomenon staged all over the world. Through the playful guidance of a computer-generated voice, people who have never met before come together to explore the city from the perspective of artificial intelligence.
GPS takes centre stage and transforms London into a living playing field.
Where: Start point is St George's Gardens (entrance next to 8 Wakefield Street, London, WC1N)
When: Tuesday August 16, 4pm
Cost: £15 for adults, £10 for concessions
Call: 020 7352 1967
See a display by students in Willesden
Exhibition by the Village School and Andrew Omoding in Willesden
A sculptural and textile display by students at The Village School in Brent, in collaboration with Action Space artist Andrew Omoding.
Where: The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, Willesden, NW10 2SF
When: Runs until Sunday September 18
Call: 020 8937 3400
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