November 2013

Lizzie Siddal Steps Off The Gallery Walls

Lizzie Siddal Steps Off The Gallery Walls

The Pre-Raphaelite muse and artist comes to life. | By Tom Bolton
In Pictures: Over 1,000 At TfL Protest Over Cycle Safety

In Pictures: Over 1,000 At TfL Protest Over Cycle Safety

Cyclist make themselves seen as well as heard by TfL bosses. | By Andy Thornley
The Bells Of London Are Time Machines

The Bells Of London Are Time Machines

A poetic tour of London's bells. | By Londonist
The Best Gigs To See In London This Week

The Best Gigs To See In London This Week

Our weekly roundup of small to medium gigs. | By Londonist
Protest To Bring Back Choice To Capital Xtra Playlist

Protest To Bring Back Choice To Capital Xtra Playlist

Rally to bring reggae, soca and gospel back to commercial radio. | By Lindsey
Witness Football’s Jumper League

Witness Football’s Jumper League

Sporting and emotional highs and lows. | By Sam Smith
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30 November-1 December 2013

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30 November-1 December 2013

Illuminations, snow sports, world film and seasonal stuff. | By Lindsey
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
A Brief History Of Retail On Wood Street

A Brief History Of Retail On Wood Street

A survery of retail, Now and Then. | By Sarah Stewart
London's Best Wine Bars: Champagne Cult, City Of London

London's Best Wine Bars: Champagne Cult, City Of London

Louche sipping near Liverpool Street. | By Jenny Mackenzie
"Bloomin' Christmas Again": Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas

"Bloomin' Christmas Again": Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas

Lyric Hammersmith stages the 1973 children's novel. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Pitting Cyclists Against Drivers Is A Bloody Stupid Idea

Pitting Cyclists Against Drivers Is A Bloody Stupid Idea

Can we stop blaming each other, please? | By Jonn
Crossrail 2 Consultation Results: Everyone Wants It

Crossrail 2 Consultation Results: Everyone Wants It

95% support the proposed rail route in principle. | By M@
London Zoo's Newly Hatched Spiny-Headed Tree Lizards

London Zoo's Newly Hatched Spiny-Headed Tree Lizards

Meet the hatchlings. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Creepy Kinetic Art In I'm Never Shopping Here Again

Creepy Kinetic Art In I'm Never Shopping Here Again

Creepy kinetic art in a darkly atmospheric exhibition. | By Tabish Khan
Ten Hot And Mulled Drinks To Try In London This Winter

Ten Hot And Mulled Drinks To Try In London This Winter

Cocktails to warm the cockles this winter. | By Ben Norum
Christmas Gets Creepy At The London Dungeon

Christmas Gets Creepy At The London Dungeon

Mince pies and Mwahahas | Sponsor
New Sherlock Series Announced With London Hearse Stunt

New Sherlock Series Announced With London Hearse Stunt

Detective to return on 1 January 2014. | By M@
The Friday Photos: London Wildlife

The Friday Photos: London Wildlife

Enjoy. | By Lindsey
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 29 November 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Friday 29 November 2013

London's logo and ultimate karaoke. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Mammoth news round-up, including skateable space images. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Musical Choreography By Mark Morris Dance Group

Musical Choreography By Mark Morris Dance Group

Three dance works in Mark Morris's uniquely musical style. | By Laura Dodge
London Food And Drink News: 28 November 2013

London Food And Drink News: 28 November 2013

Airports, shoe shops and openings galore. | By Ben Norum
London Transport Closures Over Christmas And New Year

London Transport Closures Over Christmas And New Year

Roundup of public transport over the holidays. | By M@
Have A Cup Of Tea With Paul Cree: A Tale From The Bedsit

Have A Cup Of Tea With Paul Cree: A Tale From The Bedsit

Kick back and enjoy the story. | By Lindsey
Christmas Classics Screened In Pop-Up Vauxhall Cinema

Christmas Classics Screened In Pop-Up Vauxhall Cinema

Includes the greatest film of all time. | By M@
Kenwood House Reopens After Restoration

Kenwood House Reopens After Restoration

Hampstead Heath attraction gets more attractive. | By M@
Living In London On Low Income: Updated

Living In London On Low Income: Updated

Can you rent on the London Living Wage without benefits? | By Rachel Holdsworth
Christmas Shopping At London Transport Museum 2013

Christmas Shopping At London Transport Museum 2013

Creative, nostalgic, bright and beautiful gifts. | Sponsor
Art Expressed Through Body Language At Saatchi Gallery

Art Expressed Through Body Language At Saatchi Gallery

Representative art is making a comeback. | By Tabish Khan
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 28 November 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 28 November 2013

Bioinformatics, ice and Chanukah. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
London Book And Poetry Events: 28 November-4 December

London Book And Poetry Events: 28 November-4 December

Amy Tan, Kamila Shamsie, Joe Dunthorne, Simon Garfield and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Once Upon A Christmas: Wild And Wacky Panto On The Streets Of Covent Garden

Once Upon A Christmas: Wild And Wacky Panto On The Streets Of Covent Garden

Site-specific fun, and good for your elf. | By Tiffany Pritchard
New Restaurant Review: Foxlow

New Restaurant Review: Foxlow

From the people who brought us Hawksmoor... | By Ben Norum
Google Street View Goes Inside London's Train Stations

Google Street View Goes Inside London's Train Stations

You can almost read people's computer screens. | By M@
Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Robert Burton's "book to end all books" is brought to life in Oval. | By Stuart Black
The Secret History Of The London Brick

The Secret History Of The London Brick

Ever considered the humble house brick? | By Londonist
Which Is London's Busiest Borough?

Which Is London's Busiest Borough?

London's daytime populations. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Why Can't We Just Change London's Roads Overnight?

Why Can't We Just Change London's Roads Overnight?

Re-purposing a city. | By BethPH
Cally Park Clock Tower Could Be Opened To Visitors

Cally Park Clock Tower Could Be Opened To Visitors

Local landmark gains lottery funds. | By M@
Reader Offer: 250g Of Fresh, Hand-Roasted Coffee For £1

Reader Offer: 250g Of Fresh, Hand-Roasted Coffee For £1

Pact Coffee offers caffeine-hungry Londoners a bargain. | Sponsor
Turner And Paintings Of The Sea At The National Maritime Museum

Turner And Paintings Of The Sea At The National Maritime Museum

Nautical masterpieces by Britain's greatest painter. | By Tabish Khan
Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 27 November 2013

Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 27 November 2013

Robots, orchestras and longswords. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Top London Winter Date Ideas For Everyone

Top London Winter Date Ideas For Everyone

Some great nights out. | By Lindsey
Records And Beer At Old Spitalfields Market

Records And Beer At Old Spitalfields Market

Music and drinking: a match made in heaven. | By Chris Lockie
South Bank Winter: Fun Family Days Out

South Bank Winter: Fun Family Days Out

Riverside fun with your loved ones. | By Londonist