London Dating: Four Seriously Cool Autumn Date Ideas

October 20th, 2022


At Ultimate Attraction, we feel that each date should be special and unique in its own way. Here are some of our most inspired date ideas to enjoy during this stunning Autumn season:

The BFI London Film Festival

This year’s London Film Festival runs from Wednesday, October 5 to Sunday, October 16. What better to way to get to know a potential new partner than choosing a film inspired event including screenings, galas, talks, panels and virtual reality experiences? The LFF's base is at The Royal Festival Hall and BFI Southbank. For more information visit: https://www.bfi.org.uk/london-film-festival/news/full-programme-66th-bfi-london-film-festival


The British Musuem's Hieroglyphics Exhibition

Enjoy this fascinating, immersive experience in honour of the moment - 200 years ago - when a young Frenchman called Jean-Francois Champollion rushed into his brother’s room, shouting 'I’ve got it!', having worked out how to decipher ancient Egyptian writing. This is truly a unique date for those memerised by pivotal moments in ancient history. The exhibition runs from the 13th - 22nd October.

For more information visit: https://www.britishmuseum.org/

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The Tate Modern's Cezzanne Show

Admire artist, Paul Cézanne's, loose, radical, obsessive approach to painting. This ambitious exhibition examines every aspect of his varied career, from his still-lifes to his bather-paintings. Enjoy revolutionary art that still influences creatives today. From the 13th - 22nd October.

For more information visit: https://www.tate.org.uk/

Othello at The National Theatre

For a night of drama and romance on a Shakespearean scale, see Clint Dyer's 'Othello' at the NT. This is the first National Theatre production of Othello to be led by a black director. Giles Terera will take the title role, with Rosy McEwen as Desdemona and Paul Hilton as the villainous Lago. The production runs from the 23rd November.

For more information visit: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/