April 2013

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
A Funthyme At The Farm: Al Fresco Dining In Spitalfields

A Funthyme At The Farm: Al Fresco Dining In Spitalfields

Supper-clubbing in an urban farm. | By Janan Jay
World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2013

World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2013

Two London restaurants make the list. | By Sejal Sukhadwala
London Indie and Rock Festival Guide 2013

London Indie and Rock Festival Guide 2013

Time to extend your overdraft as festival season gets underway. | By Dave Newbury
London Could Get Dutch Roundabouts For Safer Cycling

London Could Get Dutch Roundabouts For Safer Cycling

Roundabout refit could make cycling safer. | By BethPH
Three Cyclists Taken To Hospital In Separate Collisions

Three Cyclists Taken To Hospital In Separate Collisions

Crashes all happened this morning. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Blend: Embassy East, Hoxton Street

London Blend: Embassy East, Hoxton Street

A new(ish) cafe on a rapidly-changing bit of Hoxton. | By Dean Nicholas
The Faded Grandeur Of London's Old Town Halls

The Faded Grandeur Of London's Old Town Halls

Photos of long-forgotten bits of the capital's municipal architecture. | By Dean Nicholas
Win Tickets To Le Long Weekend's Closing Gala

Win Tickets To Le Long Weekend's Closing Gala

You could be une chic fille ou un garçon at this debut French film festival (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Acceptable In The 80s: Cocktail Party At Maggies

Acceptable In The 80s: Cocktail Party At Maggies

Drink to Tom Cruise in an 80s bar named after Maggie Thatcher? Sure, why not. | By Janan Jay
Gothenburg Comes to London With Way Out West Festival Preview

Gothenburg Comes to London With Way Out West Festival Preview

Gothenburg's Way Out West festival gives London music fans a preview of its 7th outing, at Electrowerkz.. | By Doron
Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 30 April 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 30 April 2013

Soho people, Koninginnedag, cyborgs and a bit of crafty booty, today in London. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's London news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Jubilee Line To Partly Close Due To 'Acid Ingress'

Jubilee Line To Partly Close Due To 'Acid Ingress'

30 days closure spread over two years. | By M@
Breakin' Convention: 10 Years On & Still Going Strong

Breakin' Convention: 10 Years On & Still Going Strong

Bank holiday breaking, hip hop, popping, locking, tutting and strutting. | By Lindsey
Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Don't go expecting 'Father Ted' but there's a rich seam of comedy in Conor McPherson's play The Weir. | By Johnny Fox
A Guide To The Borough Of Barking And Dagenham

A Guide To The Borough Of Barking And Dagenham

Ten things to do in the eastern borough. | By Jonn
Hofesh Shechter Company At Sadler's Wells: Visceral, Raw And Animalistic

Hofesh Shechter Company At Sadler's Wells: Visceral, Raw And Animalistic

An incredible movement style, but low lighting and excessive volume make it hard to appreciate. | By Laura Dodge
See A Site-Specific Performance In The Abandoned Aldwych Tube Station

See A Site-Specific Performance In The Abandoned Aldwych Tube Station

Explore your own urban existence and inevitable demise in this season of carefully composed concerts. | By Janan Jay
Iconic Prints Of London At Gallery@Oxo

Iconic Prints Of London At Gallery@Oxo

Bold, stripped-down impressions of the capital. | By Tabish Khan
Week In Geek: 29 April-5 May 2013

Week In Geek: 29 April-5 May 2013

London events for people with curious minds. | By M@
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Things To Do In London Today: Monday 29 April 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Monday 29 April 2013

Giant radioactive ants, art in the digital age, and a breakfast weather report. | By M@
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

What's been happening around London. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Opera In A Tunnel Shaft: Pop-Up Don Pasquale

Opera In A Tunnel Shaft: Pop-Up Don Pasquale

See a Donizetti farce -- in the ventilation shaft to Brunel's Thames Tunnel. | By Londonist
Sunday Seasoning #155

Sunday Seasoning #155

Dramatically fickle skies over London. | By Dave Haste
Homegrown Artistic Talent At The Saatchi Gallery

Homegrown Artistic Talent At The Saatchi Gallery

What do emerging British artists have to offer? | By Tabish Khan
Free & Cheap London Events: 29 April-5 May 2013

Free & Cheap London Events: 29 April-5 May 2013

Live music, exhibitions, walks, talks and films-a-plenty this week. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Koninginnedag 2013: Celebrate The Dutch "Throne Exchange"

Koninginnedag 2013: Celebrate The Dutch "Throne Exchange"

Wear orange, eat orange, drink orange - hoorah! | By Lindsey
Last Year's Top Photographs From Around The World Arrive At Somerset House

Last Year's Top Photographs From Around The World Arrive At Somerset House

Diverse categories explore the best photographs from 2012. | By Tabish Khan
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 28 April-4 May

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 28 April-4 May

Omid Djalili, Tim Key, Susan Calman and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Menagerie Of Curious Contemporary Art Creatures

Menagerie Of Curious Contemporary Art Creatures

Animal-inspired artworks let loose in Beastly Hall, Bexley. | By BelindaL
Row, Row, Row Your Kayak Gently Down The Thames

Row, Row, Row Your Kayak Gently Down The Thames

Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, you can even splash your friends. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 27-28 April

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 27-28 April

Coffee, tanks, cheese and wine, movies, Mick Ronson, cake, art, hipsters, sci-fi and Ida Barr. | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Soho Gets A Polo-Themed Bar At Archer Street

Soho Gets A Polo-Themed Bar At Archer Street

As in the horsey sport. Not the mint. Or the car. | By Janan Jay
Churchill And Westminster To Feature On New Five Pound Note

Churchill And Westminster To Feature On New Five Pound Note

Least it's not Thatcher. | By M@
A Plethora Of Cakes At The Great Brixton Bake-Off

A Plethora Of Cakes At The Great Brixton Bake-Off

Getting baked in Brixton. | By Dean Nicholas
The Look of Love: Paul Raymond Biopic Is So-So In Soho

The Look of Love: Paul Raymond Biopic Is So-So In Soho

Michael Winterbottom's biopic of 'King of Soho' Paul Raymond opens in cinemas today. | By Londonist
Party Mod Style At Lower Marsh

Party Mod Style At Lower Marsh

Scoot the Thames ends at Waterloo on Saturday. | By Rachel Holdsworth
The Friday Photos: London Luggage

The Friday Photos: London Luggage

Feel like packing your bags? | By Lindsey
Where To Play Sport In London: Part Q and R

Where To Play Sport In London: Part Q and R

Quad roller skating, roller blading, roller hockey, rounders, rowing, rugby, and running. | By Sam Parton
Harrowing And Blackly Comic: Glory Dazed @ Soho Theatre

Harrowing And Blackly Comic: Glory Dazed @ Soho Theatre

A well observed tale of the impact of war on an ex-soldier. | By AndrewT
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 26 April

Things To Do In London Today: Friday 26 April

Hyperlink, ask Boris, the other London, a free film, and Bowie Late. | By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
A Day of Imagination: Here 2013

A Day of Imagination: Here 2013

A colourful collection of Creatives. | By Janan Jay
Othello At The National: A Modern-Day Masterpiece

Othello At The National: A Modern-Day Masterpiece

Nicholas Hytner's latest hit brings Shakespeare's bombastic tragedy bang up to date | By Zoe Craig
Oyster Oddities: How To Travel Through Zone 1 At No Extra Cost

Oyster Oddities: How To Travel Through Zone 1 At No Extra Cost

Welcome to the Shoreditch anomaly. | By Geoff Marshall