March 2013

Easter Weekend Round-Up

Easter Weekend Round-Up

The news from around town this Easter. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Clever Sketches From Totally Tom At Soho Theatre This Week

Clever Sketches From Totally Tom At Soho Theatre This Week

Poi and Lisbeth Salander will never be the same again. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Mitchell Launches Action Over 'Plebgate'

Mitchell Launches Action Over 'Plebgate'

Mitchell on the warpath, Met and media on the hook. | By BethPH
Dance Review: balletLORENT's Rapunzel at Sadler's Wells

Dance Review: balletLORENT's Rapunzel at Sadler's Wells

A traditional fairy tale revamped with lots of sentiment and creative genius. | By Tiffany Pritchard
The Low Road At The Royal Court Is A Swashbuckling Spectacle

The Low Road At The Royal Court Is A Swashbuckling Spectacle

It's Dominic Cooke's last production as artistic director at the Royal Court. | By BelindaL
Pigeon Fancier Street Art Lands In Hackney

Pigeon Fancier Street Art Lands In Hackney

More urban wildlife from Boe and Irony. | By Lindsey
An Inside Look At Outsider Art From Japan At The Wellcome Collection

An Inside Look At Outsider Art From Japan At The Wellcome Collection

Is outsider art the creative process in its purest form? | By Tabish Khan
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 31 March-6 April

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 31 March-6 April

Isy Suttie, Mark Thomas, Sara Pascoe and a triple helping of Will Franken this week. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Good Friday Extra, Extra

Good Friday Extra, Extra

What's been happening around London today. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Two Troubled Sisters: Vanessa And Virginia @ Riverside Studios

Two Troubled Sisters: Vanessa And Virginia @ Riverside Studios

The condensed lives of a literary giant and her overlooked sister. | By Londonist
Don't Miss Out On Things To Do In London

Don't Miss Out On Things To Do In London

Subscribe to our daily emails for ideas direct to your inbox. | By Lindsey
The Friday Photos: London Yellows

The Friday Photos: London Yellows

And it was all yellow. | By Lindsey
Things To Do In London This Easter Weekend: 29 March - 1 April

Things To Do In London This Easter Weekend: 29 March - 1 April

Boat race, goat race, Christathon, tube amble, animal magic and Smithsfest. | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's inching-towards-the-long-weekend news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
A Chocolatier's Interpretation Of London

A Chocolatier's Interpretation Of London

London Life is sweet - and packed full of flavour . | By Janan Jay
Jubilee Line Strike Suspended

Jubilee Line Strike Suspended

Trains will run normally 2 April and 2 May. | By Rachel Holdsworth
"London's Best Fish & Chip Shop" Opens Camden Restaurant

"London's Best Fish & Chip Shop" Opens Camden Restaurant

Spitalfields favourite Poppies comes to Hawley Terrace. | By Dean Nicholas
Ivy House Pub Saved By Nunhead Community

Ivy House Pub Saved By Nunhead Community

Now community investment is needed to get the doors open. | By Lindsey
Club Watch: Easter Weekend Special

Club Watch: Easter Weekend Special

The sounds of Berlin, New York and Africa over the long weekend. | By Londonist
Sexy Physical Chameleon Doctor Brown's Befrdfgth At Soho Theatre

Sexy Physical Chameleon Doctor Brown's Befrdfgth At Soho Theatre

We want to play with Doctor Brown every day please. | By Tim Macavoy
An Autocomplete Guide To London

An Autocomplete Guide To London

Bexley is bonkers, Ealing is posh, and Lambeth is Britain's angriest borough. | By M@
Orbit Tower Reopens, Offering Views Of The Olympic Park

Orbit Tower Reopens, Offering Views Of The Olympic Park

Park in Progress tours run till June 2013. | By M@
A Goat Fancier's Guide To London

A Goat Fancier's Guide To London

A celebration of the capital's caprine population. | By Dean Nicholas
Orchestra To Perform At National Gallery Vermeer Show

Orchestra To Perform At National Gallery Vermeer Show

June exhibition to explore masterpieces through live music. | By TimW
Food Poverty In London Increasing

Food Poverty In London Increasing

London Assembly report makes for depressing reading. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 28 March 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 28 March 2013

Laugh, drink, listen, discuss, boat and exhibit your way into the Easter weekend. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

A wee problem in Westminster, and the day's other news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Venues Shortlisted For Museums + Heritage Awards

London Venues Shortlisted For Museums + Heritage Awards

Two London museums shortlisted for public vote. | By M@
Giselle At London Coliseum: Sublime Technique Amidst Overgrown Ivy

Giselle At London Coliseum: Sublime Technique Amidst Overgrown Ivy

The ballet belongs to Natalia Osipova, with her superb technique and beautiful characterisation. | By Laura Dodge
Flapjack Inspection: Our Favourite Responses To The Placard Competition

Flapjack Inspection: Our Favourite Responses To The Placard Competition

Your entries from yesterday's caption comp. | By M@
London Book And Poetry Events: 28 March-3 April

London Book And Poetry Events: 28 March-3 April

Mohsin Hamid, Rachel Cusk, Joe Dunthorne, Luke Wright, Craig Taylor and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Eddie Izzard For Mayor In 2020?

Eddie Izzard For Mayor In 2020?

Long-expected political ambitions seem to be firming up. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Weapons As Musical Instruments: Disarm At Lisson Gallery

Weapons As Musical Instruments: Disarm At Lisson Gallery

Mexican artist Pedro Reyes re-purposes instruments of war and destruction. | By Tabish Khan
Peter And Alice Review: A Letter From JM Barrie To Arthur Llewelyn Davies

Peter And Alice Review: A Letter From JM Barrie To Arthur Llewelyn Davies

Does loss hurt more if you've been a famous author's fantasy child? | By Zoe Craig
What's For Lunch? Mother Clucker At The Endurance, Soho

What's For Lunch? Mother Clucker At The Endurance, Soho

Terrible puns, good chicken. | By Dean Nicholas
Ordinary Roman Life And Extraordinary Death In Pompeii And Herculaneum At British Museum

Ordinary Roman Life And Extraordinary Death In Pompeii And Herculaneum At British Museum

You'll never be this close to ancient Romans again. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Made In Britain: Warp Films At 10

Made In Britain: Warp Films At 10

Kill List, Four Lions, Submarine and This is England among recent classics to be screened at BFI. | By Ben_Fowler
Jubilee Line Drivers To Strike

Jubilee Line Drivers To Strike

24-hour stoppages on 2 April and 2 May. | By Dean Nicholas
Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 27 March 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 27 March 2013

The sweet sounds of up and coming musicians, classical ensembles and babies' laughter, all today in London. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
A Gin Palace Comes To Covent Garden

A Gin Palace Comes To Covent Garden

Get a G&T fixed by Stringer Bell. | By Dean Nicholas
Build Your Own Architectural Models Of London Landmarks

Build Your Own Architectural Models Of London Landmarks

Tiny metal buildings make ideal gifts for the Londonophile in your life. | By M@
SPILL Festival: Performance That Doesn't Play Safe

SPILL Festival: Performance That Doesn't Play Safe

An antidote to the usual West End stuff. | By Lindsey
Art Installation For Paddington Crossrail Revealed

Art Installation For Paddington Crossrail Revealed

Stations to be graced by grand works of art. | By Dean Nicholas
Caption Contest: What's On The Placard?

Caption Contest: What's On The Placard?

Builder Bob has spilled mustard all over his sign. Can you work out what it should say? | By M@

Gala Flamenca At Sadler's Wells: Nureyevs Of The Flamenco World

Traditional and contemporary dancing concludes the Flamenco Festival. | By Laura Dodge
63 Front Counters To Close In London Policing Changes

63 Front Counters To Close In London Policing Changes

Channel 4 factchecks some of the buildings vs officers claims. | By Rachel Holdsworth
The Roman Civil Service Beneath Cannon Street Station

The Roman Civil Service Beneath Cannon Street Station

Huge building once thought to be the Governor's palace. | By Rachel Holdsworth