The summer seems to be well and truly over, and it's time to start retreating indoors. Theatre fans can head down to the West End in London to watch Kinky Boots.
Cinema lovers will be gripping onto their seats with the release of Everest, a thriller that follows the epic battle of two climbers who find themselves stuck in a fierce blizzard on Mount Everest.
Read on for the week's full list of events...
Get ready to be swept away into this laugh-out-loud funny, dazzling, high-heeled hit with amazing songs by Grammy and Tony award-winning icon Cyndi Lauper, and a talented cast that will have you catapulted into a world of leather red boots and dazzling sequinned dresses. After his father's demise, Charlie Price inherits the family business, a failing shoe factory in Northampton. However, a chance encounter with drag queen cabaret performer Lola inspires him to save the factory from closure, by producing boots like nothing anyone has ever seen…
For more information head to kinkybootsthemusical.co.uk
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The World Goes Pop
The Tate Modern in central London has unveiled a new exhibition on pop art, but not as you know it. From Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle East, this explosive exhibition features artwork from the 1960s and 1970s that reflect just how different artists across the world responded to the colourful movement. It was never just a celebration of western consumer culture, but was often a subversive international language of protest. Material used includes canvas, car bonnets and pinball machines.
To book tickets see tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/ey-exhibition-world-goes-pop.
A thriller that will have you gripping to the edge of your seat, Everest follows the story of two climbers who, on the morning of 10 May 1996, begin their ascent toward the summit of Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. Unbeknown to the pair, conditions are less than favourable and a violent storm strikes the mountain, engulfing the climbers in a mighty and fierce blizzard. Starring Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke, this action drama focuses on the protagonists' epic battle to survive against nearly impossible odds.
FOOD AND DRINK
London Restaurant Festival
From the 1 to 31 October, foodies will be able to explore London's vibrant dining scene as over 250 restaurants around the city open their doors for exclusive events and special menus – whatever your taste or budget. Meet top chefs, discover new cuisines, and go restaurant-hopping. Film buffs can also make the most of the Eat Film event where diners can enjoy a three-course dinner and a film at the awards' iconic headquarters.
The LRF is partnered with American Express. For more information head to londonrestaurantfestival.com. Tickets for LRF are available from ticketmaster.co.uk/LRF and bookatable.co.uk.
Spiegeltent Canary Wharf
The Spiegeltent Canary Wharf festival in London is drawing to a close but tickets are still available for the final events. Comedy lovers can be entertained by Scotland's "half-man-half-Xbox" comedian Daniel Sloss (pictured), who will perform his smash-hit new show Dark direct from the Edinburgh Festival. Comedy for the children comes in the form of the Huggers Family Cabaret, an energetic show featuring kids' entertainers Mike Belgrave, Ria Lina and Lewis Bryan. For the arts and crafts lovers, the chance to make your own scrapbook to fill with photos and memories is available at the Scrapbooking with Shimelle workshop.
To see the full programme of events visit seetickets.com/tour/spiegeltent-canary-wharf.
My Story by Steven Gerrard
Fresh from his move to Los Angeles, legendary football captain of the Liverpool and England teams Steven Gerrard has penned the highs and lows of his life in his new book, My Story, out on Thursday 24 September. The autobiography reflects on the athlete's life and his 28 years devoted to the Liverpool club, which he joined aged eight. He talks about his 114 caps for England, including World Cup and European Championship campaigns, asking what went right – and wrong, as well as writing writes candidly of fellow football stars, from Luis Suárez to Jose Mourinho.