There is so much going on in the next month that you won’t want to miss out on, so here is a guide to what’s on and when.

The O2 - Greenwich

Brit Awards - February 21

The Brit Awards is the biggest and most prestigious night in the UK music calendar, taking place for the eighth time at The O2. This year comedian Jack Whitehall will be presenting a night of celebration for our love of music. You also have performances from Sam Smith, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy to look forward to. The night will start at 6pm. Tickets are still available but they will cost you a bob or two, the cheapest will set you back £97.

The Script - February 23 to 24

Following the success of their new album Freedom Child, The Script are bringing their tour to The O2 this February. The Script are one of the world’s most successful bands and have sold over 29 million records. The Irish three-piece have scored three multi-platinum albums, all of which were number one in the UK. Ella Eyre will be supporting the band and tickets start at £32.

What else is happening in Greenwich?

Rivington, Greenwich - Until February 28

Rivington Greenwich is playing host to a botanical gin garden until the end of February, in collaboration with Beefeater London Dry Gin. The garden is covered by a beautiful fruit tree canopy, and filled with hanging vines, warm lighting and freestanding orange and lemon trees. You can sample six different botanical perfumes and a corresponding cocktail recommended. All cocktails are priced at £8 each.

Greenwich Theatre

Hoot Owl - Master of Disguise - February 16

This children's show is a mix of original songs, colourful puppets, animation, hilarity, ridiculousness and rapid costume changes. It's based on the picture book by Sean Taylor. Tickets start at £13.50.

Tom Thumb - February 17

This performance entirely on and under a kitchen table and features feathery spinning birds, a flying house and a portable forest. Cbeebies' Patrick Lynch has been performing it for more than a decade and brings this classic story to life in a playful show. Tickets start at £11.50.

Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

A Passage to India - February 13 to 14

How can we love one another in a world divided by culture and belief? Ensemble Simple8 will transport you to Imperial India with original music played live on stage and full of humour and humanity. After the matinee performances there will be Indian afternoon tea for you to enjoy on the Churchill Terrace.

The Rocket Man. A Tribute to Elton John - February 26

This musical journey charts the rise to fame of one of the biggest artists of all time. Travel back and be treated to all the hits such as Crocodile Rock, Philadelphia Freedom, Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting, Are You Ready for Love, I’m Still Standing, I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues, Tiny Dancer, Your Song and of course Rocket Man. Tickets start at £27.50

Jungle Book - February 28 to March 4

This is the newest adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s book. Watch it come to life by the team behind Goodnight Mister Tom and Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild. This is a great show for families and schools. Tickets start at £14.50.

Orchard Theatre

Ed Byrne - February 17

This comedian is recognised as one of the finest observational comics in the industry, Ed’s television credits include Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You and Live At The Apollo. Suitable for ages 16-plus. Tickets are £28.

Milton Jones - February 18

Comedian Milton Jones is coming to The Orchard theatre and he is bringing all of his high-class puns. You might have seen him on the likes of Mock the Week, Michel McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Live at the Apollo. Tickets are £30.

This is Elvis - February 19 to 24

This Is Elvis recreates all the drama leading up to the comeback as well as staging the monumental concert. It then proceeds with The King to his Vegas debut. Featuring Elvis’s greatest hits including Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Hounddog, Love Me Tender, All Shook Up, Jailhouse Rock, One Night, It’s Now or Never, Are you Lonesome Tonight?, Can’t Help Falling in Love, In The Ghetto, Suspicious Minds, American Trilogy, Just Can’t Help Believing and many more. Tickets start at £23.50.

Stewart Lee - February 25

After four years writing and performing his TV show Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, Content Provider is Stewart’s first brand new full-length show since the award-winning Carpet Remnant World. Tickets are £27.

The London Theatre - New Cross

Twelfth Night - To February 18

This is an all-female cast of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. It's a tale of unrequited love, hilarious and heartbreaking. Twins are separated in a shipwreck, and forced to fend for themselves in a strange land. Tickets are £15.