September 2012

Sunday Seasoning #133

Sunday Seasoning #133

A September sunset over the Serpentine. | By Dave Haste
Review: A Chorus Of Disapproval @ Harold Pinter Theatre

Review: A Chorus Of Disapproval @ Harold Pinter Theatre

This play about amateur dramatics could not be more professional. | By Sam Smith
Theatre Review: Let It Be @ Prince of Wales Theatre

Theatre Review: Let It Be @ Prince of Wales Theatre

Fifty years after their first hit The Beatles are back! | By Sam Smith
Dance Review: Sasha Waltz And Guests, Continu @ Sadler's Wells

Dance Review: Sasha Waltz And Guests, Continu @ Sadler's Wells

Striking, sculptural Tanztheater from German choreographer Sasha Waltz. | By Lise Smith
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

Doom. With added gloom. And a nice new royal picture. | By SallyB2
Dance Around London: October 2012

Dance Around London: October 2012

Contemporary, avant garde, commercial, and comedy dance. | By Jemma
Art Review: Thomas Schutte @ Serpentine Gallery

Art Review: Thomas Schutte @ Serpentine Gallery

A sculptural masterclass outshines the disappointing drawings and paintings | By Tabish Khan
Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 1-7 October

Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 1-7 October

Apples, art, prime numbers, Elefest, Black History Month and more. | By Lindsey
Gig Review: Madness @ The Roundhouse

Gig Review: Madness @ The Roundhouse

We see the Camden stalwarts play their very first gig at The Roundhouse. | By johnmcga
Art Preview: James Mylne - Vintage Vogue @ Rook And Raven

Art Preview: James Mylne - Vintage Vogue @ Rook And Raven

Photorealistic female style icons drawn solely with Biro. | By Tabish Khan
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 30 September-6 October

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 30 September-6 October

Marcel Lucont, Rob Delaney, Zoe Lyons, Marek Larwood and Milton Jones making you laugh this week. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Your daily news round up and some interesting reads for the weekend. | By Lindsey
Preview: Bethnal Green’s Affordable Vintage Fair @ York Hall

Preview: Bethnal Green’s Affordable Vintage Fair @ York Hall

Judy's Affordable Vintage Fairs offer much more than your usual racks of retro rags. | By Zoe Craig
G4S Directors Resign Over Olympic Security Debacle

G4S Directors Resign Over Olympic Security Debacle

Corporate heads roll over security firm failure. | By Londonist
1888: London Murders In The Year Of The Ripper

1888: London Murders In The Year Of The Ripper

Jack wasn't alone. | By M@
Club Watch: Queers In Crisis @ Vogue Fabrics

Club Watch: Queers In Crisis @ Vogue Fabrics

Double-dip Dalston nightlife from Greece and Portugal. | By Londonist
Celebrate Harvest Festival With The Pearly Kings And Queens

Celebrate Harvest Festival With The Pearly Kings And Queens

Costermongers in all their glory, Morris dancers, maypoling mayors and more. | By Londonist
Restaurant Review: Breakfast At Wahaca

Restaurant Review: Breakfast At Wahaca

Early morning Mexican dining in Fitzrovia. | By Dean Nicholas
Art Review: British Wildlife Photography @ Horniman Museum

Art Review: British Wildlife Photography @ Horniman Museum

Breathtaking photographs of Britain's wildlife. | By Tabish Khan
Green Ideas For Improving London

Green Ideas For Improving London

Abandoned rail tunnels turned fungi farms, and a linear lido along the Regent's Canal. | By M@
The Friday Photos: Elderly London

The Friday Photos: Elderly London

Wise, proud and often overlooked Londoners. | By TimW
Financial Services Authority Set For Libor Reforms

Financial Services Authority Set For Libor Reforms

Can we fix it? Yes, we can. | By BethPH
Things To Do In London Today: 28 September 2012

Things To Do In London Today: 28 September 2012

Wear red day, Alan Turing in shadow puppets, and a LEGO universe. | By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's news. | By M@
Ticket Alert: Green Day, Mumford & Sons, Jake Bugg And More

Ticket Alert: Green Day, Mumford & Sons, Jake Bugg And More

Book now to see Green Day bring their stadium rock to north London next June. | By johnmcga
Dance Review: Some Like It Hip Hop @ Peacock Theatre

Dance Review: Some Like It Hip Hop @ Peacock Theatre

Hip hop, and it doesn't stop; a serious feast for the senses. | By BelindaL
London Food & Drink News: 27 September

London Food & Drink News: 27 September

Piccadilly meat heaven, Peruvian pop-ups and Peckham gin... the week in food and drink. | By Dean Nicholas
Discover Local London: The Step @ Bowes Park

Discover Local London: The Step @ Bowes Park

A cafe, bar and gallery filled with local and London love. | By Lindsey
Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 28-30 September

Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 28-30 September

Film, football, hauntings, food, tiny performances, chicken, body parts, jamming, mincing, pearlies, shopping, aerobics, flowers, music and more. | By Lindsey
Preview: The London Requiem @ Abney Park Cemetery

Preview: The London Requiem @ Abney Park Cemetery

A classical choral composition is premiered in a cemetery | By Zoe Craig
Comedy Review: Helen Arney -- Voice Of An Angle @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Helen Arney -- Voice Of An Angle @ Soho Theatre

Puns, maths, music and a certificate for all who came. | By Londonist
Preview: Black History Month

Preview: Black History Month

Films, music, writers, food, craft and exhibitions all through October. | By Rachel Holdsworth
The Macallan Photo Competition: The Last Word

The Macallan Photo Competition: The Last Word

A portrait competition collecting a million stories (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Preview: The Big Mix In Shoreditch

Preview: The Big Mix In Shoreditch

Ten hours of music, comedy and cabaret in aid of MacMillan this Sunday. | By Lindsey
Art Review: Signature Art Prize @ Degree Art

Art Review: Signature Art Prize @ Degree Art

A very strong field of signature styles has been whittled down to 4 prize winners, but you can still vote for the 5th. | By Tabish Khan
Tower Of London Has World's Longest Facebook Timeline

Tower Of London Has World's Longest Facebook Timeline

Click 'Like' for your favourite executions. | By M@
Pop-Up Human Butchery To Open In Smithfields

Pop-Up Human Butchery To Open In Smithfields

Bite the hand that feeds, in London's most ludicrous PR stunt yet. | By M@
Preview: Kicking And Screening Football Film Festival

Preview: Kicking And Screening Football Film Festival

The beautiful game comes to the big screen. | By M@
Things To Do In London Today: 27 September 2012

Things To Do In London Today: 27 September 2012

See Gary Kemp, make stuff from cardboard, find ghosts in Shoreditch and werewolves in Spitalfields. | By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's news. | By M@
Gig Preview And Interview: Aiden Grimshaw

Gig Preview And Interview: Aiden Grimshaw

We speak to the singer ahead of his October Scala gig. | By Londonist
Kew Gardens Announces New Season Of Lectures

Kew Gardens Announces New Season Of Lectures

Astronaut Michael Foale launches a new lecture series. | By M@
Preview: Ritual And Revelry @ British Museum

Preview: Ritual And Revelry @ British Museum

The British Museum's new exhibition examines the art of drinking in Asia. | By Zoe Craig
Video: The Stratford Martyrs

Video: The Stratford Martyrs

Burned at the stake for their beliefs. | By Londonist
Preview: Chessboxing @ Scala

Preview: Chessboxing @ Scala

Of left hooks and deft rooks. | By Janan Jay
London Book And Poetry Events: 26 September-2 October

London Book And Poetry Events: 26 September-2 October

The Soho Literary Festival, Margaret Drabble, Rose Tremain, Kate Tempest, plus David Baddiel talking about David Foster Wallace. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London's Forgotten Disasters: The Colney Hatch Fire

London's Forgotten Disasters: The Colney Hatch Fire

Ever heard of the worst peacetime London fire since the 13th Century? | By M@
Art Review: A House Of Leaves @ David Roberts Art Foundation

Art Review: A House Of Leaves @ David Roberts Art Foundation

A new gallery space in Camden is inaugurated with an exhibition structured like a symphony. | By Tabish Khan