May 2013

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Dance Review: Akram Khan's iTMOi At Sadler's Wells

Dance Review: Akram Khan's iTMOi At Sadler's Wells

Stravinsky adaptation is a multi-dimensional showcase of talents. | By Tiffany Pritchard
Which Is The Best Pub In Old Street?

Which Is The Best Pub In Old Street?

Nominate your favourite drinking spots within an easy walk of Old Street Tube. | By M@
One New Change, Canary Wharf Launch Weekend Markets

One New Change, Canary Wharf Launch Weekend Markets

New markets aim to tempt Saturday punters. | By Dean Nicholas
How To See Al Pacino In London This Weekend

How To See Al Pacino In London This Weekend

Hint: not at the London Palladium. | By M@
Even Stillness...Ready Meals And Routine Brought To Soho Stage

Even Stillness...Ready Meals And Routine Brought To Soho Stage

A couple's war to break away from the cycle of every day life. | By Londonist

Theatre Review: Moth @ Bush Theatre

Hilarious stupidity mixed with sinister fantasy. | By Tom Bolton
In Pictures: Wisden Vs Authors Victorian Cricket Match

In Pictures: Wisden Vs Authors Victorian Cricket Match

A book launch with a difference as the famous cricket almanac celebrates 150 years. | By Londonist
Bits Of London Bridge Station Will Move To Wales

Bits Of London Bridge Station Will Move To Wales

Roof sections from London's oldest station to be preserved in Wales. | By M@
Watch A Weekend Of Classic World War Two Films

Watch A Weekend Of Classic World War Two Films

Give Jerry a licking at Stratford Picturehouse. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 31 May 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Friday 31 May 2013

A gaggle cave, handwritten portraits and dangerous ideas. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's London news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Like A John Hughes High School Movie, With Robots

Like A John Hughes High School Movie, With Robots

Finger-breakingly titled play Nothing is the End of the World (Except for the End of the World). | By Londonist
Prehistoric London...Mapped

Prehistoric London...Mapped

Mammoths in Trafalgar Square, and a dinosaur in Enfield? | By M@
Thrills But Mostly Spills In Chimerica

Thrills But Mostly Spills In Chimerica

A clunky collision of stereotypes at the Almeida Theatre. | By Londonist
Ticket Alert: They Might Be Giants, London Grammar And More

Ticket Alert: They Might Be Giants, London Grammar And More

Gigs on sale this week include cult favourites They Might Be Giants. | By johnmcga
Get Your Scandi Fix With Nordicana

Get Your Scandi Fix With Nordicana

Writers and cast from Arne Dahl and Borgen among the guests. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London's Hospitals Under Strain

London's Hospitals Under Strain

Five A&Es close their doors in last month and Charing Cross turns operating theatres into wards. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Places To Celebrate World Gin Day In London

Places To Celebrate World Gin Day In London

You're the Gin in the Gin soaked Boy. | By Janan Jay
Royal Albert Dock In Billion-Pound Redevelopment Deal

Royal Albert Dock In Billion-Pound Redevelopment Deal

New business park could transform east London site. | By Dean Nicholas
Werner Herzog Season - Part 1 At BFI Southbank

Werner Herzog Season - Part 1 At BFI Southbank

See a selection of his early work throughout June. | By Ben_Fowler
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 30 May 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 30 May 2013

Gigs, comedy, spoken word and a hand-sewn pamphlet of coffee. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Sherlock Holmes Rides The Tube, And Other London iPad Art

Sherlock Holmes Rides The Tube, And Other London iPad Art

Sherlock rides the tube, and other capital images. | By M@
(Rhyming) Theatre Review: The Trench @ The Pleasance

(Rhyming) Theatre Review: The Trench @ The Pleasance

Visual theatre for grown-ups in a storybook style that tackles trench warfare using puppets, animation, music and verse | By helenbabbs
London Book And Poetry Events: 30 May-5 June

London Book And Poetry Events: 30 May-5 June

Matt Haig, Simon Armitage, Taiye Selasi, Julie Myerson and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London's Longest Pub Crawl Visits Every Tube Station

London's Longest Pub Crawl Visits Every Tube Station

270 pubs...not all in one night. | By M@
London Nocturne: A Cycle Race Around Smithfield Market

London Nocturne: A Cycle Race Around Smithfield Market

London's answer to the Tour de France...with penny farthings. | By Londonist
Sssshhh! Yamaha Music London Present Silent June In Soho

Sssshhh! Yamaha Music London Present Silent June In Soho

Be amazed by silent instruments at free music events (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Explore Sexuality At Science Museum Lates

Explore Sexuality At Science Museum Lates

Free, adults-only entertainment in South Ken tonight. | By M@
Endless Staircase At St Paul's Cathedral

Endless Staircase At St Paul's Cathedral

Installation will coincide with London Design Festival. | By Dean Nicholas
Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 29 May 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 29 May 2013

Comedy, curry, sexuality, a book-swap and tongue fu. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Preview: Terracotta Far East Film Festival 2013

Preview: Terracotta Far East Film Festival 2013

Back for a fifth year to celebrate Asian filmmaking. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Thinking People Descend On Shoreditch For Nerd Nite

Thinking People Descend On Shoreditch For Nerd Nite

The Universe in LEGO, the evils of cybercrime, and how to lose a revolution. | By M@
Pink Beach Bar @ Gaucho Canary Wharf

Pink Beach Bar @ Gaucho Canary Wharf

Pink pianos, wind breakers and fizz overlooking the Wharf. | By Janan Jay
Entertainment, Pop-ups And Discounts At A 20% Off London Shopping Night

Entertainment, Pop-ups And Discounts At A 20% Off London Shopping Night

Get shop-happy, food-happy, drink-happy and activity-happy with MasterCard. | Sponsor
Nature-ist: St Luke’s Gardens, Chelsea

Nature-ist: St Luke’s Gardens, Chelsea

Peace and quiet in Chelsea...just watch out for Victorian Batmen. | By Chris Lockie
"I Wanted To Challenge Myself To Write In English": Londonist Meets Ólöf Arnalds

"I Wanted To Challenge Myself To Write In English": Londonist Meets Ólöf Arnalds

Ólöf Arnalds flies over from Iceland to London for a show in support of her latest album and new single. | By Doron
Let Slip The Toys Of War And Stray Into A Haunted Chernobyl

Let Slip The Toys Of War And Stray Into A Haunted Chernobyl

Two free exhibitions at the Museum of Childhood explore war and abandonment. | By Tabish Khan
EDL Anti-Islam March Results In 13 Arrests

EDL Anti-Islam March Results In 13 Arrests

Far-right group continues to use soldier's death to whip up hatred against Muslims. | By BethPH
Raven Girl: Eclectic Mix Of Old And New From The Royal Ballet

Raven Girl: Eclectic Mix Of Old And New From The Royal Ballet

A humble postman and raven give birth to a girl who can neither speak nor fly... | By Sam Smith
In Pictures: LSO At Trafalgar Square

In Pictures: LSO At Trafalgar Square

The London Symphony Orchestra performed its second free 'Open Air Classics' concert in the sun yesterday. | By TimW
Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 28 May 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 28 May 2013

Craft, horror, a poetry garden and almost three reasons to visit Pinner. | By Londonist
Dining Beyond Zone 1: Molana

Dining Beyond Zone 1: Molana

Ace kebab and funky light fittings in Ealing. | By SallyB2
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

In which we round up the Bank Holiday Weekend news so you can get on with dusting off your barbecue. | By SallyB2
Free & Cheap London Events: 27 May-2 June 2013

Free & Cheap London Events: 27 May-2 June 2013

Flowers, orchestras, storytelling, exhibitions, workshops, film, markets and comedy. | By Ruth Hargreaves