March 2012

Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch @ Bread Street Kitchen

Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch @ Bread Street Kitchen

Bread Street Kitchen's Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch helps you press pause before the impending week commences. | By tikichris
Mayoral Election Issue #7: Health

Mayoral Election Issue #7: Health

Health: where do Ken and Boris draw their battle lines plus how we could improve health services in London. | By Andy Thornley
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 1-7 April

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 1-7 April

April Fool's Day gigs, the Udderbelly opening gala and Musical Comedy Awards final | By Lindsey
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Things To Do In London This Easter

Things To Do In London This Easter

Eggy goodness, fun stuff and some serious clubbing | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Olympic stadium, ticket and park news | By Lindsey
Preview: Argentine Film Festival

Preview: Argentine Film Festival

A new film festival at the Ritzy | By Londonist
Listen Up! Music Interview: Astrid Williamson

Listen Up! Music Interview: Astrid Williamson

Singer; songwriter; potential future musicals mogul. | By Doron
Londoners Win Gardening Against The Odds Awards

Londoners Win Gardening Against The Odds Awards

Inspirational amateur gardeners honoured | By Lindsey
Free Gig Preview: The Vaccines @ 100 Club

Free Gig Preview: The Vaccines @ 100 Club

Indie darlings play exclusive club show for free. | By Dave Newbury
Crown Jewels Redisplayed Ahead of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Crown Jewels Redisplayed Ahead of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Now with added sparkle | By Zoe Craig
Flash Art Takes To London's Southbank

Flash Art Takes To London's Southbank

Southbank is transformed into outdoor ‘clean art’ gallery courtesy of P&G and household favourite Flash (sponsored). | Sponsor
The Beginner's Guide To Financial Markets: Foreign Exchange

The Beginner's Guide To Financial Markets: Foreign Exchange

Can't tell the difference between your spots and your forwards? Look no further. | By BethPH
Artist Turns Dalston Estate Into A "Mythical Kingdom"

Artist Turns Dalston Estate Into A "Mythical Kingdom"

In its final days, the 60-year old Kingsland Estate gets a curious makeover. | By M@
Keep London Moving With Living Streets

Keep London Moving With Living Streets

As the mayoral candidates your transport questions. | By BethPH
The Friday Photos: Londoners Reading

The Friday Photos: Londoners Reading

Literate Londoners captured mid-read | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

And the rest of the day's news.... | By M@
Ticket Alert: Laura Marling, Garbage, Japandroids, Blood Red Shoes

Ticket Alert: Laura Marling, Garbage, Japandroids, Blood Red Shoes

One of the biggest English folk acts around, two duos worthy of closer attention and a bunch of reformed rockers. Here's our pick of gigs on sale this Friday. | By johnmcga
Theatre Review: Mercury Fur @ Old Red Lion Theatre

Theatre Review: Mercury Fur @ Old Red Lion Theatre

A tumultuous tale with a gripping crescendo | By Londonist
Ken Livingstone's Transport Manifesto

Ken Livingstone's Transport Manifesto

The Labour candidate launches his transport manifesto | By Dean Nicholas
Cooking Lessons @ Jamie Oliver's Recipease

Cooking Lessons @ Jamie Oliver's Recipease

A Clapham Junction masterclass in food creativity. | By Londonist
Book Review: The Sugar Girls

Book Review: The Sugar Girls

Sweet tales from the Silvertown sugar factories. | By M@
The New Nature: Want To Write About London’s Wild Side?

The New Nature: Want To Write About London’s Wild Side?

There's a new online home for writing about wild London. | By helenbabbs
London Cabaret Zingers: 28 March-3 April

London Cabaret Zingers: 28 March-3 April

For the kookiest and kinkiest entertainment, step this way... | By Franco Milazzo
Lit Preview: Cityread London

Lit Preview: Cityread London

Get into Oliver Twist with a month of events all around London. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Preview: Orson Welles' Heart of Darkness @ A Room For London

Preview: Orson Welles' Heart of Darkness @ A Room For London

A unique performance of Welles' unmade screenplay, screened live, for free | By Zoe Craig
London Markets: Meet The Makers - Lush Mush

London Markets: Meet The Makers - Lush Mush

Continuing our series giving a taste of what’s on the market in London. Here are some pretty cakes from Hackney… | By Ben Norum
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30 March - 1 April

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30 March - 1 April

Canning Town Caravanserai, Streatham Kite Day, West Norwood Slow Food and much more | By Lindsey
Queen's Jubilee Tour To Visit London Boroughs

Queen's Jubilee Tour To Visit London Boroughs

Redbridge, Harrow and Waltham Forest on Her Maj's schedule | By BethPH
TfL Unveils Tube Map Of Olympic Heroes

TfL Unveils Tube Map Of Olympic Heroes

This train terminates at Venus Williams. | By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

And the rest of the day's news... | By M@
Dance Around London: April 2012

Dance Around London: April 2012

Lots of timely honouring in a month full of as many classic names as new faces. | By Jemma
InMidtown's Habitats Exhibition @ Central Saint Giles

InMidtown's Habitats Exhibition @ Central Saint Giles

New housing for London’s bats, bees and other bugs. | By helenbabbs
Theatre Review: The King's Speech @ Wyndham's Theatre

Theatre Review: The King's Speech @ Wyndham's Theatre

The play that inspired the film comes to the London stage | By Zoe Craig
Art Review: Two Exhibitions @ Panter & Hall

Art Review: Two Exhibitions @ Panter & Hall

Cornish and Scottish landscapes brought to life using contrasting styles. | By Tabish Khan
New Afternoon Teas Coming to the Intercontinental London Park Lane

New Afternoon Teas Coming to the Intercontinental London Park Lane

Two new teas spring onto the menu at the Intercontinental. | By tikichris
Book Grocer: 28 March-3 April

Book Grocer: 28 March-3 April

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London this week: launches, birthdays and poetry bingo. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Folk Olympics: The Mole Man Of Hackney

Folk Olympics: The Mole Man Of Hackney

A song about William Lyttle, notorious tunneller. | By M@
Art Preview: Imitation @ Hoxton Gallery

Art Preview: Imitation @ Hoxton Gallery

A satirical twist on modern art. | By Tabish Khan
Tonight: Science Museum Lates

Tonight: Science Museum Lates

Free entry, no kids. | By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

And the rest of the day's news... | By M@
CurioCity Issue B: Animals Of London

CurioCity Issue B: Animals Of London

A fold-out fact-fest of London triva with an animal theme. | By M@
Preview: The Oxford And Cambridge Goat Race 2012

Preview: The Oxford And Cambridge Goat Race 2012

We kid you not. | By M@
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 27 March – 2 April

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 27 March – 2 April

This week's cultural calendar is heavy on remakes and revivals... here's our pick of the best | By Zoe Craig
Short Film Competition: This London

Short Film Competition: This London

Film the little-known side of the capital. | By Londonist
Review: Sign Of The Strawberry @ Strawberry Hill House

Review: Sign Of The Strawberry @ Strawberry Hill House

A promenade experience in Horace Walpole's 18th century gothic-style house | By Londonist
Literary Review: Enitharmon Press @ Southbank Centre

Literary Review: Enitharmon Press @ Southbank Centre

Bookish things ahoy on the Southbank. | By Janan Jay
Designs For Olympic And Diamond Jubilee Oyster Cards Revealed

Designs For Olympic And Diamond Jubilee Oyster Cards Revealed

Travel in (questionable) style this summer. | By Dean Nicholas