When people think of September, they think of rain, the reluctant walk back to the first school term of the year and the sad end of summer. You would be forgiven for spending the month dragging your heels, post-holiday, post-sunshine and post-carefree few months. The excitement has come and gone and now you’re in the throes of work again. However, this doesn’t have to be the case with September. There’s plenty for you to sink your teeth into come the 9th month and wherever your interests lie, there’ll be something to pique your passion and reignite the excitement you yearn for from the summer passing behind you. That’s the great thing about September; it arouses the feeling of twilight, somewhere between summer and autumn like a pack of cards mid shuffle we too are in transit come this dream-like month.


Open House London

On the weekend of the 16th and 17th of September, many iconic buildings have been opened to members of the public which wouldn’t usually be open. Take for instance the BT Towers famous revolving floor. Not usually seen by the outside world, visitors can see the building’s interior, a rare spectacle over London. As well as famous buildings seen as they never have been before, visitors to this exciting weekend can also enjoy art and performance in many unique venues.

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

On the 21st-24th of September, London Fashion Week hits London. Based in many exciting and trendy London venues, the festival sees models showing off the most innovative and revolutionary outfits which fashion designers have concocted over the past year. With the best trends of the upcoming autumn winter 2017 collection being showcased, more than 150 designer brands discounting their clothes as well as journalists, editors and stylists taking q and as and lectures, you can be certain this is not one to be missed for any fashionista in London at the time.

Totally Thames Festival

For guests at the hotel London city suites by Montcalm looking to get out of their comfy hotel rooms, be sure not to miss the Totally Thames Festival. This festival, as you’d expect is focused on the iconic London River and explores its history as well as ways to combat pollution not only in the Thames river but in our waters generally. The festival includes an unmissable selection of music, art exhibits, poetry and performance from a diverse range of artists.

BBC Proms in the Park

For those looking for more luxury after their stay at luxury hotel suites London, try this wonderful finale to the BBC’s proms festival of classical music, BBC Proms in the park. Set in Hyde Park and broadcast live on television, you can expect classical concertos and a dazzling fireworks display.

Luna Cinema

The Luna Festival offers guests a range of incredible films all shown under the stars at an array of venues. Both classic and recent films will be shown in association with the Luna Cinemas at venues including Brockwell Lido and Greenwich Park.