What's on in West London | February 2024

What’s On in West London | February 2024

Plan your next adventure with our What’s On in West London | February 2024 guide.

From award-winning productions, comedy nights and live performances to cooking courses, origami workshops and yoga classes, there is plenty to get involved in.

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What’s On in Hammersmith in February 2024

Discover all the exciting events and activities happening in vibrant Hammersmith in February. From live music and theatre performances to creative workshops and Q&A evenings, Hammersmith has something for everyone.

The Lyric Theatre


1 February – 2 March 2024

A powerful, entertaining and thought-provoking production.

The production is a retelling of Franz Kafka’s shocking tale of cruelty and kindness; a visceral and vital depiction of humans struggling within a system that crushes them under its heel.

Find out more about the show here.

Move Your Frame

Healing Creativity Blocks Workshop

Saturday 3rd February

Guided by hypnotherapist Desi Ivanova, the Healing Creativity Blocks Workshop will help you reconnect with your creative spirit and embrace the process with curiosity and playfulness. 

In this workshop, you will try charcoal drawing, hypno-meditations, and mindful movement. 

Learn more about the workshop here.

Irish Cultural Centre

T with the Maggies Performance

Saturday 3rd February

T with the Maggies, an Irish traditional supergroup from County Donegal, will be performing at the Irish Cultural Centre with special guest Nia Byrne.

Find out more about the performance here.

Eventim Apollo

Shen Yun

Until 4th February

Shen Yun is a must-see artistic revival and celebration of China’s rich cultural heritage, consisting of several pieces moving from one legend, region, or dynasty to the next.

Through breathtaking dance and music, you will experience the extraordinary journey through China’s 5,000 years of divinely inspired culture.

Buy tickets or find out more about the event here.

Linden House

Origami Workshop

Wednesday 7th February

Linden House Riverside are hosting a Valentine’s themed origami session with special guest Vanessa, founder of Origami Party London.

Sip on a glass of sparkling rose and nibble on scrumptious morsels while learning about all things origami.

Reserve your space by emailing events@lindenhouse.london

Riverside Studios

London Breeze Film Festival Preview: Baltimore & Q&A

Wednesday 28th February

Directors Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor will join Riverside Studios on stage for a live Q&A after the screening.

Find out more about this screening here.

Linden House

Weekly Yoga Sessions

Every Wednesday

Start the year with a healthy body and mind.

Guided by Eniko Suto, a certified Yoga teacher, these weekly classes are suitable for every ability and include breath work, pelvic floor exercises, yoga and pilates.

What’s On in Shepherd’s Bush in February 2024

Shepherd’s Bush is a bustling area of West London that is always bursting with exciting activities. Below, we highlight some of the many events and activities happening so you can make the most of February.

Westfield, White City

Games Night

Thursday 1st February

Join Talking Tables for a fun-filled games night at John Lewis.

The evening is a fantastic opportunity to have fun with friends and family, learn new games and make new friends. 2-6 people can form a group, and there will be expert demonstrators available to guide you through each of the games.

Find out more about the evening here.

Next Door Records


Tuesday 6th February

If you’re looking for an upcoming musical event to add to your calendar, Kitty, a talented singer-songwriter who seamlessly blends emotive vocals with honest, relatable lyrics and catchy pop hooks, is performing at Next Door Records.

Kite Studios

Introduction to Wood Block Printing onto Fabric

Wednesday 7th February

Make an organic cotton tea towel or shopping bag to take home at Zena and Rose’s workshop.

In the workshop, you will learn how colours work together, try printing with traditional wooden blocks onto fabric and explore different types of pattern repeats and placement patterns.

Learn more about these workshops and how to get involved here.

Westfield, White City

Drinks Masterclass

Thursday 8th February

Join an expert mixologist and learn to shake, stir and concoct two love-themed drinks while enjoying two glasses of rosé wine and a snack.

Find out more about the masterclass and how to book tickets here.

Bush Hall

Sophia Thakur

Sunday 11th February

Sophia Thakur, the global poetry sensation, will be performing for one night, taking listeners on a journey of love with her Neo-soul band and special guest artists.

Find out more about the event here.

O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Nothing More

Tuesday 15th February

Nothing More, a three-times Grammy-nominated and Gold-certified hard rock giant, performs their massive anthems with support from Japanese alternative metal band SiM and Danish rock five-piece, Siamese.

Find out more about the performance here.

Bush Theatre


Friday 16th February – 30th March

Bush Theatre’s latest commission, Shifters, is a passionate love story highlighting the power and fragility of memory and love.

Find out more about the production here.

Leiths Cooking School, W12

Let’s Cook Together – Parents and Children – Weekend

Saturday 17th February

During this one-day course, parents and children will work together to create a delightful seasonal menu while learning valuable cooking skills.

With the guidance of Leith’s professional instructors, you will develop skills in meat preparation, bread making, baking, and knife skills, all while exploring a range of exciting tastes and flavour combinations.

This course is suitable for children between the ages of 8 to 16.

Find out more about this family course here.

O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

The BRITS Week

Tuesday 20th February – Wednesday 21st February

Join some of the biggest names in music at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

The BRITs week will raise money for children whose lives have been devastated by conflict and need War Child’s support.

War Child is a specialist charity that aims to improve the resilience and well-being of children living with violence and armed conflict.

Find out more about the BRITS week here.

Bush Hall

Lost In Disco

Saturday 24th February

Lost In Disco evening returns to Bush Hall, blasting a soundtrack of disco, soul, funk, rare groove and assorted 70s and 80s dance bangers.

Find out more or book your tickets here.

What’s On in Chiswick in February 2024

From award-winning productions and jazz evenings to art exhibitions, pub quizzes and baby sensory classes, there is plenty for everyone in Chiswick. We highlight many of the wonderful events taking p,ace in W4 below.

The George IV

Bring Your Baby Pub Quiz

Every first Thursday of the month

The quiz will go at a slower pace, and will have two breaks to feed, change and chat. Plus, if you arrive late or have missed any questions, they will be repeated at the end.

High chairs and baby changing facilities are available, including a mobile baby change, so you don’t have to leave the quiz to take care of your little one.

A lunch menu that caters to different dietary requirements, including vegan and gluten-free options is available.

Theatre at the Tabard

After All These Years

Wednesday 7th February – Saturday 24th February

The Tabard is proud to welcome the award-winning production of After All These Years, a three-act comedy about the passing of time, love, and last chances.

Learn more about the production and book tickets here.

Chiswick House and Gardens

Bizzy Buddies Half Term Camp

Monday 12th February – Friday 16th February

Looking for the ideal half-term holiday camp?

Chiswick House and Gardens are hosting a holiday camp suitable for children aged 3–12 years.

At the multisport camp, children can play a range of sports, including football, tag rugby, and dodgeball. They can learn fundamental skills such as throwing, catching, and jumping and engage in creative activities such as painting, drawing, clay modelling, and more. With such a diverse range of activities, there is something that caters to every child’s interests.

Find out more about the holiday camp and how to book here.

Chiswick School

Art with Little Pics by Celia Pickering

Wednesday 14th February – Thursday 15th February

We’re delighted to announce that children’s art teacher Celia Pickering (Art With Little Pics) is offering a half-term holiday art camp for 6-14 year olds.

Join Celia for art, play and the perfect opportunity to bring a friend or make a friend. 

You can book one or both days. Find out more and book directly on the website

Theatre at the Tabard

The Golden Age of Jazz

Monday 19th February

Looking to spend an evening filled with the soulful sounds of jazz music?

Join Reiss and his band as they showcase their talent by performing some of the lesser-known standards of the golden era of jazz. You can expect to hear classics written by composers such as Louis Armstrong, Hoagy Carmichael, and many more from the 1920s and 30s.

Chiswick Cinema

Salone Gallan Exhibition

Until Tuesday 20th February

Salome Gallan, an abstract artist using acrylic paint, ink, and mixed media, is exhibiting her work at Chiswick Cinema.

Salome draws inspiration from nature, music, meditation, and listening to people and uses numerous layers and textures with vibrant colours to create an uplifting feel for those admiring her work.

Old Market Place, W4

Food St Market

Sunday 25th February

On February 25, from 11 am – 4 pm, expect a 7-metre waffle truck, Himalayan dumplings, a killer venison burger, falafel cooked to order, vegan Colombian empanadas (from the Food St incubator at Shepherd’s Bush market) and Taiwanese barbecue.

With future markets on March 24, April 28 and May 26, the Food St is promising us a spring of buskers, food demos and steel drums from our very own Chiswick School. Come on down!

The George IV

Hartbeeps Classes

Every Friday

Immersive sensory music classes for babies, toddlers, nurseries and pre-schoolers are hosted every Friday at The George IV.

What’s On in West London | February 2024

With there being an abundance of things to do in West London, we highlight just some of the many exciting events and activities you can get involved in.

Questors Theatre


Friday 9th February

To mark the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who, Questors Theatre are hosting two days of events that will take you on an exciting journey through the enchanting world of Doctor Who fandom.

Find out what’s in store on each of these days here.

Hen’s Corner, Brentford

Family Pasta Making Course

Tuesday 13th February

This family pasta making course aims to help develop children’s cooking skills and confidence in the kitchen.

To start, you will meet the Hen Corner’s chickens, collect the eggs and roll up your sleeves to make a fresh pasta dough. Recipes can include: Fresh Egg Tagliatelle, Garden Pesto/Roasted Tomato Sauce or Hand Pressed Spaghetti.

To conclude, you will enjoy a pasta lunch and then leave with your own pasta and a jar of sauce.

Learn more about the course here.

Kew Gardens

Botanical watercolour: Intermediate Course

Tuesday 13th February – Thursday 15th February

Botanical artist Lucy Smith, is hosting new three-day course, teaching you expert watercolour techniques.

The course will help you explore watercolour mixing and colour matching, understand colour saturation, and the use of watercolour application techniques such as dry brush and lifting.

Find out more and book tickets here.

West London Estate Agents

As West London estate agents, we love staying informed about what is happening in the community.

If there are any events or activities you would like us to include, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to feature them in our What’s On in West London | February 2024 guide.