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- Borough Market extends its opening hours from this week.
- Crossrail won’t be fully accessible, unless this campaign is successful.
- Meanwhile, a survey suggests that attitudes to disabilities have changed little since the Paralympics.
- Two trains started smoking alarmingly this week.
- Sex, drugs and yoghurt. Your most unusual tube journeys.
- Good ideas for pre-theatre dining (and after-theatre tipples).
- 10 London notices that make us a bit nervous.
- Bits of London that are now in the USA.
- What’s the best pub in Richmond? Tell us, then join us on the pub crawl.
- 10 of the best London Instagramers
Pick of the Reviews
- Annual horror spectacular FrightFest.
- Blue Stockings at the Globe explores the rare women who took university degrees in Victorian England.
- Track 3, an absurdist reworking of Chekhov in Greenwich.
- Thark, in Finsbury Park, quite a lark.
- Catch an Audrey Hepburn film at Cine Lumiere.
- Hitchiker’s Guide live, with Neil Gaiman.
- Bike-powered theatre set in a giant cheese.
- Free films in Peckham and Nunhead. And in London Bridge.
- The Thames Festival starts next weekend. Win tickets to one of the events by writing a few lines of poetry.