February 2014

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Tyburn Tree: Marc Almond Sings London's Darkest Secrets

Tyburn Tree: Marc Almond Sings London's Darkest Secrets

He's the vampire of Highgate...he's had centuries to wait. | By M@
Spruce Up Your Pad At The Ideal Home Show

Spruce Up Your Pad At The Ideal Home Show

Everything including the kitchen sink. | By Laura Reynolds
Nina Persson Talks London Ahead Of Her Scala Gig

Nina Persson Talks London Ahead Of Her Scala Gig

The Cardigans singer goes solo. | By Londonist
The First Ever Crossrail Pub Crawl

The First Ever Crossrail Pub Crawl

Join us for the pub crawl from Paddington to Whitechapel. | By M@
Are There Ghosts Or Merely Stories At The Arts Theatre?

Are There Ghosts Or Merely Stories At The Arts Theatre?

300,000 audience members later, the 2010 phenomenon returns to London. | By Sam Smith
The Best Kosher Restaurants In London

The Best Kosher Restaurants In London

Keep it kosher. | By Londonist
Southbank Centre's Spring Literary Events

Southbank Centre's Spring Literary Events

Writers, poetry, SLAMS and cooking. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Now For The London Latin Music Festival

Book Now For The London Latin Music Festival

Funk, samba, Afrobeat, hip hop, jazz and tango! | By Chris Lockie
London Beer Festival Round-up: March 2014

London Beer Festival Round-up: March 2014

Excellent beer-drinking opportunities. | By Dave Haste
The Friday Photos: Shadows

The Friday Photos: Shadows

Let the sun shine. | By Silvia Baretta
Where To Eat Pancakes In London When It's Not Pancake Day

Where To Eat Pancakes In London When It's Not Pancake Day

Some of our favourite pancake spots. | By Rachel Holdsworth
One In Five Tube Tickets Bought At Ticket Offices

One In Five Tube Tickets Bought At Ticket Offices

7.5m transactions each year, but TfL wants to close them. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 28 February 2014

Things To Do In London Today: Friday 28 February 2014

Almost the weekend. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Which station is London's busiest? | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Food And Drink News: 27 February 2014

London Food And Drink News: 27 February 2014

New Hawksmoor, Bethnal Green bar, dog deli, Waterloo market. | By Ben Norum
A Dialogue With Nature: Romantic Landscapes From Britain And Germany

A Dialogue With Nature: Romantic Landscapes From Britain And Germany

Reclaiming Romanticism from poetry. | By James FitzGerald
Fiction Festival At The British Library

Fiction Festival At The British Library

Top authors at the Folio Prize Festival. | By Rachel Holdsworth
356 London Jobseekers Sanctioned Every Day

356 London Jobseekers Sanctioned Every Day

Benefit sanctions 'creating poverty and hardship'. | By BethPH
Five Of London’s Best Doughnuts

Five Of London’s Best Doughnuts

How do you like your doughnuts? | By Ben Norum
An A-Z Of The A-Z Of Mrs P

An A-Z Of The A-Z Of Mrs P

Musical theatre about maps, starring Peep Show's Isy Suttie. | By helenbabbs
Find And Share Great London Events With Wingit

Find And Share Great London Events With Wingit

New app finds your location and suggests events nearby. | Sponsor
A Step Closer To A London Grand Prix Race

A Step Closer To A London Grand Prix Race

Government to launch road safety consultation. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Tickets For Boring Conference On Sale Friday

Tickets For Boring Conference On Sale Friday

Ordinary topics, popular day. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 27 February 2014

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 27 February 2014

London art, apocalyptic comedy and musical bingo. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Art In London: March 2014

Art In London: March 2014

A listing for art lovers in London. | By Silvia Baretta
Beautiful Hand-Drawn Map Of Westminster

Beautiful Hand-Drawn Map Of Westminster

Jojo Oldham plans to map every borough. | By M@
Wit And Heart Combine At The Full Monty

Wit And Heart Combine At The Full Monty

Stage adaptation of the 1997 film is a crowd-pleaser, but should it be? | By Ruth Hargreaves
61% Of New London Homes Bought By Investors

61% Of New London Homes Bought By Investors

Buy to Let landlords snapping up new build. | By Rachel Holdsworth
The First Ever Crossrail Pub Crawl: Vote For Pubs Now

The First Ever Crossrail Pub Crawl: Vote For Pubs Now

Paddington to Whitechapel, all aboard. | By M@
Museum Of London Revamps App, With Stunning Old/New Images

Museum Of London Revamps App, With Stunning Old/New Images

Time traveling on the streets of London. | By M@
London Book And Poetry Events: 27 February-5 March 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 27 February-5 March 2014

London literature at London Transport Museum | By Laura Reynolds
London’s Small Venues: The New Cross Inn

London’s Small Venues: The New Cross Inn

Live music at a venerable New Cross institution. | By Chris Lockie
Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 26 February 2014

Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 26 February 2014

Explore Shakespearian London and celebrate LGBT month. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The rest of the day's London news. | By M@
Markets And Shopping Events: March 2014

Markets And Shopping Events: March 2014

Pop-up shops, vintage markets and record fairs in March. | By Laura Reynolds
London's Video Game Industry: A Selective History

London's Video Game Industry: A Selective History

What the capital put into your games console. | By Londonist
Mapping London: The North/South Divide And Electric Tube

Mapping London: The North/South Divide And Electric Tube

Two more alternative London maps. | By Laura Reynolds
Powerful Portraits By George Morton Clark

Powerful Portraits By George Morton Clark

A variety of styles from street art to selfies. | By Tabish Khan
It's Grim Up North: A Taste of Honey

It's Grim Up North: A Taste of Honey

Landmark in Northern 'kitchen sink' writing gets a well-deserved revival. | By Johnny Fox
Dining In London For Under £20, Part 2

Dining In London For Under £20, Part 2

10 more options for eating on a budget. | By Ben Norum
London To Get Shrek Theme Park

London To Get Shrek Theme Park

Ogre comes to County Hall. | By M@
London's New Crop Of Affordable Homes Not That Affordable

London's New Crop Of Affordable Homes Not That Affordable

New Affordable Rent model will just put pressure on housing benefit. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 25 February 2014

Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 25 February 2014

Showbiz crafts, feminist comedy, and lessons learned from the floods. | By Londonist
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's news, including new tube train promises. | By Rachel Holdsworth
One Million Years Of The Human Story At Natural History Museum

One Million Years Of The Human Story At Natural History Museum

Step back 50,000 generations. | By James FitzGerald
Guided Walks: Explore London With Academic Experts

Guided Walks: Explore London With Academic Experts

Pick the brains of researchers on these in-depth tours. | By M@