One month today, the London Festival of Photography will be taking over places across London with a focus in King's Cross, Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia.
Highlights of the festival include the unseen Gaddafi photo archive, new work by Simon Roberts and Magnum photographers Chris Steele-Perkins and Martin Parr, and a masterclass with 2011 World Press Photo Winner Jodi Bieber.
The festival will be comprised of 18 exhibitions and 40 events, including workshops, talks and screenings. Exhibitions will vary in style and theme and they will be free to attend unless otherwise stated.
50,000 visitors are expected to attend the event which saw 30,000 people walk through its doors last year.
The festival opens to the public on Friday 1 June in time for the Diamond Jubilee long weekend.
The full festival programme is now online and you can view it here: Festival Diary
For more information, please visit the London Festival of Photography
website where tickets for the event are now available.