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Visit London did an ‘Autumn Season’ campaign last year and it was a big hit. This year they’re back with Mr Carson from Downton Abbey to tell you about all the great cultural events happening this autumn in London (as if you needed MORE reasons to go).

The change of the season marks the beginning of London’s most exciting programme of arts, performance and culture. Watch our video, narrated by Downtown Abbey star Jim Carter – the popular Mr Carson – to see the blockbuster exhibitions arriving at the city’s world-renowned galleries and museums, while backstage, actors, dancers and musicians limber up for the performances of their lives.

See a Russian spacecraft at the Science Museum as part of Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age; discover the suitcase owned by the Kray twins at The Crime Museum Uncovered, Museum of London; see the future of cycling at Cycle Revolution, Design Museum; delve into the colourful Pop art exhibition at Tate Modern, The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop; and sing along to new West End musical, Bend It Like Beckham.

Here’s a longer version with a behind the scenes look:

Author: jonathan

Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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