Things to do in London in September

When you visit London and spend time in the company of a Black Label girl, the simple fact of the matter is that you’re never going to be stuck for ways to pass the time. That’s because our models are selected as much for their personality as they are for their beauty.
When you choose a girl on the basis of the genuine and stunning photographs in our gallery, the chances are that you’ll select the kind of girl who meets your fantasies. That could be an innocent looking blonde, a mature brunette lady or a curvaceous redhead. The point is we have girls who’ll meet any and every desire, and the added bonus is that Black Label girls have personalities to match.
We choose girls who are bright, witty, warm and friendly. They work hard to make sure you have the best time possible, and, whether you keep her all to yourself or explore everything London has to offer with her, your Black Label London Escort will make sure your visit to London is unforgettable.
If you do choose to show your girl a good time – not to mention showing off the stunning beauty who’s sharing your day with you – then you can rest assured that there is no shortage of exciting and interesting things to do in London during September. The following is just a selection of a few:

Totally Thames Festival
When: Throughout September
Where: Along the length of the river Thames
What: Totally Thames is an annual event which takes the form of multiple attractions running along the banks of the river. These range through art exhibitions, cocktail bars, theatrical performances and events on the water itself. The latter include rallies, river races and regattas, and if you don’t feel energetic enough to take part yourself you can enjoy the spectacle whilst sipping a cocktail served at a pop-up venue such as The Brunel Museum’s Midnight Apothecary Bar.

Totally Thames Festival
Totally Thames Festival, image source: VisitLondon

Open House London
When: 16th to 17th September
Where: Across London
What: This event offers visitors the chance to look around some of London’s ‘secret’ buildings. These are often amongst the most stunning or fascinating venues in the city, but are generally closed to the general public. Examples this year include 10 Downing Street, a ‘forgotten’ underground station in Crystal Palace, the Roca London Gallery, designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid, the aristocratic splendour of Lancaster House and the famous ‘Gherkin’ (which is actually called 30 St Mary Axe).

London Design Festival
When: 16th-24th September
Where: venues across London
What: The London Design Festival is intended to showcase London as the design capital of the world, and involves more than 400 events and exhibitions. The hub of the event is the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is where you’ll find details of installations and exhibits across London, as well as works such as a 21m long three dimensional tapestry. Perhaps the most striking exhibit is the vast, multi-coloured open air installation Villa Walala, which you’ll find amongst the office blocks of the City of London.

When: Throughout September
Where: The South Bank
What: This festival turns the south bank of the Thames into a multi-media playground for grown-ups. The entertainment on offer includes left-field and cutting edge examples of cabaret, comedy, music, theatre and circus performers, and even if none of the shows grabs your interest you can enter the festival site for free and take advantage of delicious street food and open air bars.

London Fashion Week Festival
When: 21st to 24th September
Where: The Store Studios on The Strand
What: Following on from London Fashion Week itself, this allows anyone attending to take a glimpse behind the scenes of the powerhouse that is the London fashion industry. Sit back and enjoy a showcase of designer and on trend catwalk shows and treat the Black Label girl you’re with to a range of beauty events, shopping events and pampering sessions.