September 2013

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's London news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
A "Gangster Show to End All Gangster Shows": The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui

A "Gangster Show to End All Gangster Shows": The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui

Brecht's satirical play at the Duchess Theatre. | By Sarah Stewart
Pearly Kings & Queens Celebrate Harvest Festival

Pearly Kings & Queens Celebrate Harvest Festival

Traditional and quirky celebrations in Guildhall Yard. | By Londonist
Poetry For People Who Don't Like Poetry

Poetry For People Who Don't Like Poetry

Bang Said the Gun goes from live into print. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Only In England: Documenting A Nation In All Its Eccentricity

Only In England: Documenting A Nation In All Its Eccentricity

Photographs of England at leisure. | By Sarah Stewart
TfL Campaign For Poetiquette On The Tube

TfL Campaign For Poetiquette On The Tube

Posters and poets for Travel Better London. | By Lindsey
Frenetic And Grisly Art In The Agony Of Actaeon

Frenetic And Grisly Art In The Agony Of Actaeon

Hounds tear apart bodies as an ancient myth is given a contemporary twist | By Tabish Khan
NFL At Wembley: Vikings Tear Down Steelers' Curtain

NFL At Wembley: Vikings Tear Down Steelers' Curtain

London's latest NFL encounter. | By London_Duncan
Embrace Last Minute Planning With StubHub

Embrace Last Minute Planning With StubHub

Enjoy live London entertainment with great deals on tickets. | Sponsor
Exhibitions, Workshops, Walks: Urban Photo Fest

Exhibitions, Workshops, Walks: Urban Photo Fest

See cities through a lens. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Things To Do In London Today: Monday 30 September 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Monday 30 September 2013

Sharknado, firefighters, Iran and satire. | By Londonist
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

The weekend's London news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Specials And Offers At Brixton Food Fest

Specials And Offers At Brixton Food Fest

Celebrate local restaurants. | By Rachel Holdsworth
A Fight To The Death Black Comedy

A Fight To The Death Black Comedy

The Lyons is in surprisingly good taste! | By Sam Smith
Breaking News: Duck Tour Boat On Fire On The Thames

Breaking News: Duck Tour Boat On Fire On The Thames

Reports of passengers jumping into the Thames to escape. | By Dave Haste
Free & Cheap London Events: 30 September-6 October

Free & Cheap London Events: 30 September-6 October

Sharknado, Mr Carson, food and poetry. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Sunday Seasoning #175

Sunday Seasoning #175

An autumn sunset over the Thames. | By Dave Haste
Social Commentary And A Variety Of Art In The Threadneedle Prize

Social Commentary And A Variety Of Art In The Threadneedle Prize

Impressive art in lots of different style compete for a major prize. | By Tabish Khan
London Short Fiction: Old Nichol

London Short Fiction: Old Nichol

A tale of woe from Shoreditch. | By M@
Buses, Tube Record, King's Cross & Gin Journeys

Buses, Tube Record, King's Cross & Gin Journeys

Your best-of-Londonist weekly round-up. | By Rachel Holdsworth
PM May Consider Tube Strike Ban

PM May Consider Tube Strike Ban

Will David Cameron finally cave in to Boris Johnson's pleas? | By BethPH
Tour Aldwych Station With London Transport Museum

Tour Aldwych Station With London Transport Museum

Another chance to visit London's busiest disused station. | By BethPH
London Comedy: Sara Pascoe, Marcel Lucont, Gareth Morinan

London Comedy: Sara Pascoe, Marcel Lucont, Gareth Morinan

Plus a week of free comedy. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Impressionistic Photographs Create Reversed Dreamscapes

Impressionistic Photographs Create Reversed Dreamscapes

Impressionist inspired photos of Chinese buildings reflected in polluted rivers. | By Tabish Khan
Let's Go To The (Cedar) Lake At Sadler's Wells

Let's Go To The (Cedar) Lake At Sadler's Wells

Talented dancers of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet in three diverse works. | By Laura Dodge
Walk In The Footsteps Of Writers

Walk In The Footsteps Of Writers

40 walks around literary London in October. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 28-29 September 2013

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 28-29 September 2013

New River, Brazilian film, Soho Lit Fest & Autumn Ambles. | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's news: Boris, Barbican, Big Brother. Brixton Prison. | By Rachel Holdsworth
HMV Reopens Oxford Street Flagship

HMV Reopens Oxford Street Flagship

A little piece of London's retail history returns. | By Zoe Craig
Party With The Elephant

Party With The Elephant

Elefest is approaching. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Sample New Music: Three Orchestras, One Stage & Haydn In The Pub

Sample New Music: Three Orchestras, One Stage & Haydn In The Pub

London SInfonietta do Stockhausen and OAE play Camden's Monarch. | By Lindsey
The Friday Photos: London Tattoos

The Friday Photos: London Tattoos

Fantastic photos of fine ink. | By Zoe Craig
New Fidelio Drags Political Imprisonment Into The Blinding Light

New Fidelio Drags Political Imprisonment Into The Blinding Light

Calixto Bieito’s stylish Beethoven for the English National Opera. | By Stuart Black
Forks At The Ready: London Restaurant Festival 2013

Forks At The Ready: London Restaurant Festival 2013

Chopsticks, films, drinks and a whole load of foodie frolics. | By Janan Jay
Where Was The Prime Minister Born?...Mapped

Where Was The Prime Minister Born?...Mapped

A third of all PMs were born in London. | By M@
Fragile And Ethereal Art By Mira Schendel At Tate Modern

Fragile And Ethereal Art By Mira Schendel At Tate Modern

Forests of nylon wire and fragile rice paper sculptures. | By Tabish Khan
Foursquare Maps London's Movements

Foursquare Maps London's Movements

An average day's worth of check-ins. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Meet Luigi At Nintendo StreetPass Event

Meet Luigi At Nintendo StreetPass Event

Win swag at Waterloo. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Free Music: London Band High Safari

Free Music: London Band High Safari

Top tunes for nowt, with no catch! | By Chris Lockie
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 27 September 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Friday 27 September 2013

Start your weekend early with one of these ideas. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's London news: living statues, misty photos, futuristic tube. | By Rachel Holdsworth
This Claudia O'Doherty Show Isn't Quite Pioneering Enough

This Claudia O'Doherty Show Isn't Quite Pioneering Enough

We've seen her do so much better elsewhere. | By Joelg
Gin Journeys With Shake Rattle And Stir

Gin Journeys With Shake Rattle And Stir

An educational and extremely enjoyable dip into this London tipple. | By Janan Jay
The Secret Stones Of Kensington Gardens

The Secret Stones Of Kensington Gardens

Peter Pan fan investigates fictional graves. | By Londonist
What Else Might Automatic Uploads Inadvertently Reveal?

What Else Might Automatic Uploads Inadvertently Reveal?

We're not posting the Richard Barnes pics. No way. | By Jonn
Welcome To Hannah Gadsby's Depression

Welcome To Hannah Gadsby's Depression

Like watching a panic attack, but, you know, funny. | By Londonist
How Stripper King Paul Raymond Saved Soho's Architectural Heritage

How Stripper King Paul Raymond Saved Soho's Architectural Heritage

A Soho expert gives us the lowdown on the red light district's pornographer-in-chief. | By Franco Milazzo