June 2012

Call for Artists: Join the Walking Gallery

Call for Artists: Join the Walking Gallery

No time to go gallery hopping? Well in this exhibition the artwork is coming to you. Sort of. | By SallyB2
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 1-7 July

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 1-7 July

Gigs from Cardinal Burns, Rich Hall and Edinburgh previews galore. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Festival Preview: The Theatre Of Great Britain @ The Yard

Festival Preview: The Theatre Of Great Britain @ The Yard

Bargain theatre shows examine what it means to be British. | By Zoe Craig
Art Review: James White - Cornered @ Max Wigram Gallery

Art Review: James White - Cornered @ Max Wigram Gallery

Noirish paintings that are unbelievably photorealistic. | By Tabish Khan
How To Cope With London’s 2012 Tourists

How To Cope With London’s 2012 Tourists

We've got five simple rules to survive the tourist storm on the horizon. | By jamesup
Gig Review: Saint Saviour @ St Pancras Old Church

Gig Review: Saint Saviour @ St Pancras Old Church

We went to Saint Saviour's album launch show and it was dead good. | By Doron
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's news. | By M@
Alice In Wonderland Bike Tours, Anyone?

Alice In Wonderland Bike Tours, Anyone?

Cycle through Kensington and Chelsea in an immersive theatre show. | By M@
In Pictures: Wandsworth Prison Museum

In Pictures: Wandsworth Prison Museum

Is this London's smallest attraction? | By M@
Lit Preview: London Literature Festival @ Southbank Centre

Lit Preview: London Literature Festival @ Southbank Centre

Big names, interesting events. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Preview: London 20:12 Photographic Exhibition

Preview: London 20:12 Photographic Exhibition

Photos taken at precisely 12 minutes past 8, or 20:12. | By Londonist
Elephant And Castle Cycle Superhighway HGV Threat

Elephant And Castle Cycle Superhighway HGV Threat

The Elephant and Castle western cycle bypass could be used by a developer as an HGV delivery route, if plans go ahead. | By jamesup
Tomorrow: Dezeen Super Store Pops Up in Seven Dials

Tomorrow: Dezeen Super Store Pops Up in Seven Dials

"Designer" shopping with a difference. | By Zoe Craig
Preview: Da Vinci Anatomical Walks

Preview: Da Vinci Anatomical Walks

Get beneath the skin of the city...literally. | By M@
Preview: World Cultural Festival @ Eltham Palace

Preview: World Cultural Festival @ Eltham Palace

Free cultural treats at Henry VIII's childhood home | By Zoe Craig
Club Watch: Jimmy Edgar & Kyle Hall @ Hidden

Club Watch: Jimmy Edgar & Kyle Hall @ Hidden

Put your hands up for Detroit this Friday. | By Londonist
Barclays Libor Scandal Raises Cycle Hire Sponsorship Questions

Barclays Libor Scandal Raises Cycle Hire Sponsorship Questions

Is the bank still an appropriate sponsor? | By Rachel Holdsworth
TfL Call Centre Staff To Strike Over Olympic Bonus

TfL Call Centre Staff To Strike Over Olympic Bonus

You wait an age for a strike, then three come along at once. | By BethPH
"London's Precarious Brilliance": The Economist Lauds The Capital

"London's Precarious Brilliance": The Economist Lauds The Capital

A paean to the world's greatest city. | By Dean Nicholas
The Friday Photos: Umbrellas

The Friday Photos: Umbrellas

This season's mustn't forget accessory. | By Lindsey
Preview: Dancing City @ Canary Wharf

Preview: Dancing City @ Canary Wharf

Dance transforms parks, piazzas and waterfronts. | By Lise Smith
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

News, roving from Pentonville to Green Park. | By SallyB2
Ticket Alert: Alabama Shakes, Jessie Ware, Rancid And More

Ticket Alert: Alabama Shakes, Jessie Ware, Rancid And More

Book now to catch the return of Alabama Shakes - plus other gigs on sale this week. | By johnmcga
Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

A thought-provoking show staged on the National Theatre's roof. | By Londonist
Gig Review: St Etienne @ The Palladium

Gig Review: St Etienne @ The Palladium

90s retro cinematic-pop heroes relive vintage memories at homecoming show | By Dave Newbury
Muse Write Official Olympics Theme

Muse Write Official Olympics Theme

The soundtrack to the rest of the summer has been unveiled. | By Dave Newbury
Theatre Review: Utopia @ Soho Theatre

Theatre Review: Utopia @ Soho Theatre

Scenes penned by, among others, comedian Dylan Moran, MP Chi Onwurah and, um, Hitler. | By Victoria Rudland
Gallery: Light Show Welcomes Olympic Rings to Tower Bridge

Gallery: Light Show Welcomes Olympic Rings to Tower Bridge

30 days and counting. | By Andy Thornley
Laser Light Show To Inaugurate The Shard

Laser Light Show To Inaugurate The Shard

Giant structure to zap 15 London landmarks on 5 July. | By M@
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 29 June - 1 July

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 29 June - 1 July

Ping pong, dancing, lates, beer, mela, east end film and Canada Day. | By Lindsey
In Pictures: A Ride On The Cable Car

In Pictures: A Ride On The Cable Car

Up, up and away over the Thames. | By Dean Nicholas
Olympics Missile Plans Challenged By Residents

Olympics Missile Plans Challenged By Residents

Leytonstone residents go to court over missiles planned for their roof. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Ping! Free Ping Pong Returns To London

Ping! Free Ping Pong Returns To London

100 tables, all free to play. | By M@
Preview: Free Late View @ Guildhall Art Gallery

Preview: Free Late View @ Guildhall Art Gallery

Fancy some free burlesque in a Roman amphitheatre? | By M@
London Grand Prix: A Road Track To Rival Monaco

London Grand Prix: A Road Track To Rival Monaco

Another day, another London Formula 1 circuit. | By BethPH
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

On Olympic tickets, and heckling, and reunions. It's an action packed news round-up this evening. | By SallyB2
Free Gigs: Represent @ 100 Club

Free Gigs: Represent @ 100 Club

Watch an exceptional line up of acts for free at inconic Oxford Street venue. | By Dave Newbury
Preview: Charing Cross Road Festival

Preview: Charing Cross Road Festival

Free events this Saturday. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Desperate Housewives on acid (or Windolene) | By BelindaL
Preview: East London Mela @ Barking Park

Preview: East London Mela @ Barking Park

One big festival of South Asian culture. | By Londonist
Government Backs New River Crossings

Government Backs New River Crossings

Silvertown Tunnel and Gallions Reach ferry one step closer to reality. | By BethPH
Teams Wanted For Olimpik Rock Paper Scissors Championship

Teams Wanted For Olimpik Rock Paper Scissors Championship

Play in national dress but don't worry about the national anthem. | By Lindsey
London Book And Poetry Events: 27 June-3 July

London Book And Poetry Events: 27 June-3 July

Appearances from Simon Armitage, Michael Palin, John Hegley, Stella Duffy and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Cavendish Square Gets Statue Made From Soap

Cavendish Square Gets Statue Made From Soap

The Duke of Cumberland makes an unlikely return. | By M@
Theatre Preview: 100% London @ Hackney Empire

Theatre Preview: 100% London @ Hackney Empire

A statistical chain reaction of Londoners (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Review: Dr Dee @ London Coliseum

Review: Dr Dee @ London Coliseum

Is this a low for the ENO? | By Franco Milazzo
Book Review: Underground Maps - Art, Design and Cartography

Book Review: Underground Maps - Art, Design and Cartography

From MacDonald Gill to Stephen Walter. | By M@
Preview: Return Of The Summer Pop-Up Cinema

Preview: Return Of The Summer Pop-Up Cinema

Avoid Olympic crowds by going to the cinema. In a park. With wildebeest and beer. | By BethPH