September 2014

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 1 October 2014

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 1 October 2014

Pinch, punch, first of the month. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Boris bricks it and toxic moths. | By Stuart Black
Black Sheeps Of The Comedy Circuit

Black Sheeps Of The Comedy Circuit

You can't pen these guys in. | By Will Noble
Free Activities At London Fun Palaces This Weekend

Free Activities At London Fun Palaces This Weekend

Director Joan Littlewood's vision finally realised. | By Laura Reynolds
Ticket Alert: London Month Of The Dead

Ticket Alert: London Month Of The Dead

Halloween is coming sooner than you might think. | By Franco Milazzo
Surprising Photos Of St Paul's Revealed

Surprising Photos Of St Paul's Revealed

Cathedral captured from odd angles. | By M@
Snakes In A Drain: The Chelsea Serpent And Other Reptilian Tales

Snakes In A Drain: The Chelsea Serpent And Other Reptilian Tales

Don't have nightmares, but there are snakes everywhere. | By M@
Former Deputy Mayor Defects To UKIP

Former Deputy Mayor Defects To UKIP

Third Tory to change allegiance. | By BethPH
Consultation Opens For Bakerloo Line Extension

Consultation Opens For Bakerloo Line Extension

Hold onto your hats, South East London. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Save On Your Travelcard And Rail Fares With CommuterClub

Save On Your Travelcard And Rail Fares With CommuterClub

It's not just about saving on TfL costs, you know. | Sponsor
Relaunch Of The London Society

Relaunch Of The London Society

Love London? Join this. | By M@
Modern Portraiture In Covent Garden

Modern Portraiture In Covent Garden

Melting faces and abstract portraits. | By Tabish Khan
Winterville: Free Winter Festival In Victoria Park

Winterville: Free Winter Festival In Victoria Park

Winter Wonderland goes east. | By Ben Norum
Things To Do In London: Tuesday 30 September 2014

Things To Do In London: Tuesday 30 September 2014

Send September off with a bang. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

How many Londoners agreed to give up their first born for free wifi? | By Rachel Holdsworth
Quincy Jones To Conduct London Symphony Orchestra For Michael Caine

Quincy Jones To Conduct London Symphony Orchestra For Michael Caine

Super-producer also wins top Mobo honour. | By Stuart Black
Empty The Cages: Dan Witz's Street Art Highlights Animal Cruelty

Empty The Cages: Dan Witz's Street Art Highlights Animal Cruelty

30 pieces hidden around London. | By M@
London Beer Festival Roundup: October 2014

London Beer Festival Roundup: October 2014

Autumnal beer-drinking opportunities. | By Dave Haste
Escape Rooms: Will You Make It Out In Time?

Escape Rooms: Will You Make It Out In Time?

Crack the codes to the Pharaoh's Chamber. | By Londonist
Ming: 50 Years That Changed China At British Museum

Ming: 50 Years That Changed China At British Museum

The Ming dynasty was much more than just decorative porcelain. | By Tabish Khan ★★☆☆☆
Ideas For Making London A Fairer City

Ideas For Making London A Fairer City

Ways a future Mayor could reduce inequality. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Face The Deep After Dark At London Aquarium Lates

Face The Deep After Dark At London Aquarium Lates

Go on, take the plunge. | Sponsor
Four Major Art Fairs Start In London For October

Four Major Art Fairs Start In London For October

Pick up a bargain, talk to the artists. | By Silvia Baretta
Destination Star Trek: Everyone Who's Ever Been In Trek Is Coming To ExCel

Destination Star Trek: Everyone Who's Ever Been In Trek Is Coming To ExCel

Well, almost. | By M@
Things To Do In London: Monday 29 September 2014

Things To Do In London: Monday 29 September 2014

You're fighting for your life inside a killer, thriller tonight. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Houseboats, housing protests and a nine grand cocktail. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

Forty year old production feels as fresh as ever. | By Sam Smith
Free And Cheap London Events: 29 September-5 October 2014

Free And Cheap London Events: 29 September-5 October 2014

Craft workshops, talks and the Golden Hinde. | By Silvia Baretta
Shiny Climbable Art By Lee Bul

Shiny Climbable Art By Lee Bul

A shiny installation that lets you climb to the ceiling. | By Tabish Khan
Markets And Shopping Events: October 2014

Markets And Shopping Events: October 2014

Victoria Beckham, plus-sized clothing and a Crafty Fox. | By Laura Reynolds
Edinburgh Fringe Winner John Kearns Arrives In London

Edinburgh Fringe Winner John Kearns Arrives In London

He’s both funny haha and funny strange. | By Stuart Black
Best Gigs In London This Week: 29 September-5 October 2014

Best Gigs In London This Week: 29 September-5 October 2014

This week's best small and medium gigs in town. | By Londonist
The Colossal Art of Kiefer At Royal Academy

The Colossal Art of Kiefer At Royal Academy

Rusted submarines and giant paintings in a blockbuster retrospective. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★★
Forgotten Drama Shines Light On First World War Life

Forgotten Drama Shines Light On First World War Life

Devastating drama rescued from library shelf. | By BelindaL
Lost Lectures Return, With An Exceptional Secret Venue

Lost Lectures Return, With An Exceptional Secret Venue

Science + art + comedy + politics + music + mystery. | By M@
London New Year's Eve Fireworks Ticket Rip-Off

London New Year's Eve Fireworks Ticket Rip-Off

Resellers charging way over the official price. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 27-28 September 2014

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 27-28 September 2014

Free walks and free paddle boarding classes. Oh yes. | By Laura Reynolds
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Putney Bridge reopens and the rest of the day's news. | By Will Noble
Ed Gray's Renaissance-Inspired Paintings Of London

Ed Gray's Renaissance-Inspired Paintings Of London

An Arsenal matchday = Adoration of the Kings. | By M@
Yayoi Kusama's Pumpkins: Delightful Dottiness

Yayoi Kusama's Pumpkins: Delightful Dottiness

Super squashes by the Japanese artist. | By Sarah Stewart
Where To Make Your Own Alcohol In London

Where To Make Your Own Alcohol In London

The best alternatives to bathtub brewing. | By Janan Jay
Trouble In Paradise: Pitcairn At The Globe

Trouble In Paradise: Pitcairn At The Globe

Richard Bean’s play about blood and breadfruit. | By Stuart Black
An Introduction To Ice Hockey In London

An Introduction To Ice Hockey In London

The when, where and what of London's chilly sport. | By Laura Reynolds
How Does Where You Live Compare To Other Parts Of London?

How Does Where You Live Compare To Other Parts Of London?

This dynamic map will give you the answers. | By James Drury
Video: Can You Hear Big Ben's Chimes On A Radio Before You Do For Real?

Video: Can You Hear Big Ben's Chimes On A Radio Before You Do For Real?

We went to find out. | By Geoff Marshall
Friday Photos: Borough Market

Friday Photos: Borough Market

It's 1000 years old, don't cha know. | By Laura Reynolds
Andy Zaltzman: Superb Satire

Andy Zaltzman: Superb Satire

A pineapple radio and Ed Miliband in one show. | By Will Noble
Book Now: Lego Sculptures At The Truman Brewery

Book Now: Lego Sculptures At The Truman Brewery

Pay no booking fees. | By Londonist