September Days Donâ€™t Have to be Boring
With weather ranging from warm sunny days to cold driving rain, September can be hard to plan for. I find it best to have multiple options of both indoor and outdoor events and activities in mind so that no matter what the weatherman says, youâ€™ll always have something exciting to do. Here are some things upcoming in the City of London.
Titanic: The Musical at the Grand Theatre London
The story of the Titanic is one everyone can recall without hesitation. Setting out across the Atlantic on her maiden voyage, the greatest ship the world had ever built encountered an iceberg, and tragically sank. This moving adaptation of the events leading up to, and during, the sinking capture beautifully the stories of real passengers on board. With a Tony award for best Musical, this Broadway production will be sure to impress. Tickets are available for purchase on the Grand Theatre website.
Spirit of the Harvest at Ska-Nah-Doht Village and Museum
Enjoy the stunning beauty of Fall by visiting the Ska-Nah-Doht Village and all it has to offer! This yearâ€™s Spirit of the Harvest will feature music, food, demonstrations, and local vendors to keep you entertained while you explore the colours and autumn changes in the surrounding conservation lands. And if you donâ€™t feel like walking too far, they even have wagon rides to tour the fall colours! This special event is a great way to break into the Fall season. Admission will be available for purchase at the gate.
London Symphonia: Love Story at the Metropolitan United Church
Fall can certainly be a romantic time of the year, what with the beauty of the changing colours, and the feeling of coziness that bundling up brings. Why not take that feeling one step further by taking your special someone to the symphony. Featuring the love story of Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms, this performance is told through letters, with the London Symphonia taking to the stage to render their tale into beautiful music. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door one hour prior to the performance.