Here we list a range of upcoming, regular and annual events in Notting Hill – from art to music, fashion to literature, food to nightlife – and much more in between! Do also check on the listing of Events in Kensington & Chelsea from our sister site!
UPCOMING EVENTS IN NOTTING HILL
Charity Fight Night
7pm – 11pm, 11th July 2015 (doors open 5.30pm)
Dalgarno Community Centre, 1 Webb Close, Dalgarno Way, W10 5QB
See more information on our blog: www.thehill.co.uk/index.php/charity-fight-night-on-11th-july-in-aid-of-the-dalgarno-trust.
Silent Film with Organ Accompaniment
8pm – 9.15pm, 24th October 2015
St John’s Notting Hill, Lansdowne Crescent, W11 2NN
Following three previous silent film showings (which all sold out!), here’s another silent film evening at St John’s Notting Hill which will again be accompanied by the Church’s wonderfully restored organ. With acclaimed film organist Donald MacKenzie (resident organist at the Odeon, Leicester Square) on the organ, this time round The Wind (1928) will be shown – considered to be a masterpiece of the silent film era, the film is famous for its elemental and emotional forces and stars Lilian Gish.
Previous screenings have drawn some great comments from attendees, with many remarking on the fantastic atmosphere of the evening and how wonderfully the organ accompanies the film being shown.
Tickets for this event are just £10, and can be booked online where you can also find out more information on the evening and the film itself.
ONGOING/REGULAR EVENTS IN NOTTING HILL
Gigs & Club Nights
Various locations in Notting Hill
Check out the following venues which hold regular concerts, comedy and club nights plus other events – latest listings on their websites:
- Notting Hill Arts Club (21 Notting Hill Gate, W11 3JQ)
- The Cobden (170 Kensal Road, W10 5BN)
- The Tabernacle (35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road, W11 2AY)
- The KPH (139 Ladbroke Grove, W10 6HJ)
- Book and Kitchen (31 All Saints Road – off Portobello Road – W11 1HE)
ANNUAL EVENTS IN NOTTING HILL
Notting Hill Mayfest
Annual arts festival taking place in mid- to late-May each year offering a very varied programme, including music, opera, theatre, dance, lectures, film and much more. Full details on the Notting Hill Mayfest website.
Notting Hill Carnival
The Carnival takes place over the last weekend of August – of course! See our dedicated Notting Hill Carnival page.
Portobello Film Festival
This independent film festival showcases a very wide variety of films, based around a different theme this year. All screenings are completely free. More details on their website: Portobello Film Festival.