August 2014

Things To Do In London: Monday 1 September 2014

Things To Do In London: Monday 1 September 2014

Including the sauciest life-drawing class London's seen. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Housing, mass marriage and George Galloway. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Autobahn Explores The Claustrophobia Of The Open Road

Autobahn Explores The Claustrophobia Of The Open Road

Neil Labute’s grim play pulls up in Islington. | By Stuart Black
Non-London Towns That Should Be In London

Non-London Towns That Should Be In London

The Future London Boroughs of... | By Rachel2 Holdsworth
Best Gigs In London This Week: 1-7 September 2014

Best Gigs In London This Week: 1-7 September 2014

This week's best small and medium gigs in town. | By Londonist
Disabled Artists Show Their Creativity Is Unlimited

Disabled Artists Show Their Creativity Is Unlimited

Arts festival returns to Southbank Centre. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Free And Cheap London Events: 1-7 September 2014

Free And Cheap London Events: 1-7 September 2014

Loads of music events and a celebration of the river Thames. | By Silvia Baretta
Richard Slater's People In London

Richard Slater's People In London

Captivating exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society. | By Will Noble
On Blackheath Music Festival Is Finally Happening

On Blackheath Music Festival Is Finally Happening

And guess where it's taking place... | By Stuart Black
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30-31 August 2014

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30-31 August 2014

Family festivals, Antiques Roadshow and a woolly mammoth. | By Laura Reynolds
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Stories from across the city. | By Will Noble
The Best Sushi Bars In London

The Best Sushi Bars In London

Japan's greatest culinary export: how, what and where. | By Janan Jay
Endless City Would Be Tall As The Shard

Endless City Would Be Tall As The Shard

And like a stack of pancakes. | By M@
Southbank Centre Welcomes A Musician You Might Not Realise You Know

Southbank Centre Welcomes A Musician You Might Not Realise You Know

An Ethiopian to whom many samplers owe a debt. | By Chris Lockie
Are You #Ready For The Invictus Games?

Are You #Ready For The Invictus Games?

Show your support and win sold out tickets. | Sponsor
Secret Bar Review: Call Me Mr Lucky

Secret Bar Review: Call Me Mr Lucky

Worth seeking out. | By Ben Norum
Who Owns London?

Who Owns London?

Qatar, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and possibly the Vatican. | By James FitzGerald
Barking Mad Fun In Battersea Park

Barking Mad Fun In Battersea Park

Former Battersea dogs return for family fun day. | By Laura Reynolds
Villain, What Hast Thou Done? Set Shakespeare In A Car Park, Of Course

Villain, What Hast Thou Done? Set Shakespeare In A Car Park, Of Course

Tituts Andronicus in Peckham. With beatboxing. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Friday Photos: London's Ponds

Friday Photos: London's Ponds

Dip into our gallery. | By Silvia Baretta
Discover The Dead Poets Of West Norwood Cemetery

Discover The Dead Poets Of West Norwood Cemetery

Biography, poetry and catacombs from Chris McCabe. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Met Operation To Target Homeless And Beggars

Met Operation To Target Homeless And Beggars

Six boroughs to be patrolled. | By BethPH
Things To Do In London: Friday 29 August 2014

Things To Do In London: Friday 29 August 2014

Museum lates, film screening and a bat walk. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Stories from across the capital. | By Will Noble
Where To Find Londonist

Where To Find Londonist

Everywhere from Facebook to a boat. | By Londonist
Five Epic London Comeback Gigs

Five Epic London Comeback Gigs

See any of these legendary shows? | By Will Noble
London Food And Drink News: 28 August 2014

London Food And Drink News: 28 August 2014

Noodles, noir and newcomers. | By Ben Norum
How London's Road Junctions Got Their Names

How London's Road Junctions Got Their Names

Featuring ghosts, highwaymen and mattresses. | By M@
UK's Largest Dodgeball Tournament Comes To Wimbledon Park

UK's Largest Dodgeball Tournament Comes To Wimbledon Park

Form a team and raise money for charity. | By Laura Reynolds
Another Central Line Strike Called For September

Another Central Line Strike Called For September

Shutdown mid-next month will also affect Waterloo & City. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Markets And Shopping Events: September 2014

Markets And Shopping Events: September 2014

Vintage cars and Fashion Week specials. | By Laura Reynolds
Scalarama Takes Over 300 Cinemas This September

Scalarama Takes Over 300 Cinemas This September

Wilfully weird films for everyone. | By Stuart Black
Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Tickets on sale 10am today. | By Laura Reynolds
Things To Do In London: Thursday 28 August 2014

Things To Do In London: Thursday 28 August 2014

Find a book, win a prize. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

The rest of today's news in the capital. | By Stuart Black
Free Dance And Art At The Royal Opera House

Free Dance And Art At The Royal Opera House

Deloitte Ignite 2014 explores myth. | By Lindsey
Prepare For A Roman Invasion In King's Cross This Weekend

Prepare For A Roman Invasion In King's Cross This Weekend

Londinium returns. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Ten Of London’s Best Burgers

Ten Of London’s Best Burgers

Brilliant buns and perfect patties | By Londonist Staff
Free Films In Peckham And Nunhead

Free Films In Peckham And Nunhead

Movies for zero pence in unusual locales. | By Londonist
Social Cleansing And Gentrification -- The Fightback

Social Cleansing And Gentrification -- The Fightback

Londoners take on developers with the help of new handbook. | By Londonist
King's Cross Gasholder Park Plans Approved

King's Cross Gasholder Park Plans Approved

Finally. Five years and counting. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Book And Poetry Events: 28 August-3 September 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 28 August-3 September 2014

David Mitchell's The Bone Clocks is this week's big news. | By Laura Reynolds
Ticket Alert: Pop Up Screens Halloween Fright Fest

Ticket Alert: Pop Up Screens Halloween Fright Fest

Films that go bump in the night. | By BethPH
Blind Pedestrians Endangered By Pavement Cyclists

Blind Pedestrians Endangered By Pavement Cyclists

Charity calls for better awareness of the visually-impaired. | By BethPH
Talk To Me London, This Saturday And Every Day

Talk To Me London, This Saturday And Every Day

Say hello and see where it goes. | By Lindsey
Things To Do In London:  Wednesday 27 August 2014

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 27 August 2014

An early morning rave, a mammoth talk and play with clay. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

The rest of today's news in the capital. | By Stuart Black
New Code Of Conduct For Police Stop And Search

New Code Of Conduct For Police Stop And Search

Aim to increase transparency and accountability. | By Rachel Holdsworth