Events in Notting Hill

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

Events in Notting Hill - Tilt UpTilt Up
27th June – 31st July 2014
C99 Art Project, Gallery, 99 Chamberlayne Road, NW10 3ND
Photographer Aaron Baghetti presents a selection of his images at the C99 Art Project Gallery this summer, in an exhibition titled Tilt Up. The exhibition is inspired by a collective feeling of global alienation – throughout the world, people are absorbed in their own microcosm and are distance from each other and that which surrounds them. The images in the exhibition aim to inspire people to look outside of their normal visual range, and to raise their gaze towards futuristic perspectives, real and concrete.

Aaron Baghetti was born in Milan, son of Giancarlo Baghetti – a journalist and photographer and former Formula 1 driver, who is the only rookie to have won his first F1 race. His father’s influence inspired Aaron to become a professional photographer at the age of only 16; since then, he’s pursued a successful career working within the commercial sector, capturing everything from cars to music, fashion and design.

Aaron’s first exhibition Alza lo Squardo was held in Milan last year. In May 2014, he had three works featured at the London Photo Festival. He has also shown a motion photograph at The Saatchi Gallery together with other shortlisted works from Google Art Project ‘Google+’ and The Saatchi Gallery Prize.

The C99 Art Project represents a number of artists who exhibit in public and private collections in the UK and around the world.

Events in Notting Hill - Contemporary Art at The TabernacleContemporary Art at The Tabernacle
11.30am – 8pm, Tuesday 8th to Saturday 12th July 2014
The Tabernacle, 35 Powis Square, W11 2AY
This FREE, one week exhibition displays two different types of work on paper. Screen printing and hand drawn illustration; similarly, these artists indulge themselves with colour. See contemporary figurative impressions & architectural subjects of Notting Hill.

This event takes place in the beautiful converted church The Tabernacle; do also join the artists for a glass of wine on Monday 7th July 2014, 6pm- 10pm.

For more information see www.annabeljanedesign.com, or click on the flyer above to enlarge.

Events in Notting Hill - Movement:ArtworksMovement:Artworks
4th July – 3rd August 2014
Muse Gallery, 269 Portobello Road, W11 1LR

A one month art exhibition featuring local and international artists exhibiting high quality, eclectic artwork comes to W11 this summer, brought to you by Movement:Artworks. This artist-run company hosts pop-up exhibitions all over London – this year’s events include exhibitions at the Pictorem Gallery in Walthamstow and the A-Side B-Side Gallery in Dalston. Not only do the members of Movement:Artworks create amazing art themselves – CEO & founder John Clair is a graphic, portrait artist – but they also encourage and support other artists and help them with their careers.

More on Movement:Artworks can be found at their website movementartworks.com; do also look them up on Facebook and Twitter.

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)
Blagclub Notting Hill (68 Notting Hill Gate, W11 3HT)

ANNUAL EVENTS IN NOTTING HILL

MAY

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.

AUGUST

Notting Hill Carnival
The Carnival takes place over the last weekend of August – of course! See our dedicated Notting Hill Carnival page.

SEPTEMBER

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.

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