October 2014

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 1-2 November 2014

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 1-2 November 2014

Halloween, comedy, and, er, an airport. | By Laura Reynolds
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Melting houses, risque skeletons. | By Will Noble
Established Shoreditch Gallery Threatened With Closure

Established Shoreditch Gallery Threatened With Closure

But Kemistry will fight with Kickstarter campaign. | By Will Noble
Scary Sale: Save Up To 42% On Tickets To Ghost Stories

Scary Sale: Save Up To 42% On Tickets To Ghost Stories

Book before Tuesday! | By Londonist
Art In London: November 2014

Art In London: November 2014

Fashion photography, sleep art and... sex. | By Silvia Baretta
Company Applies To Frack Under London

Company Applies To Frack Under London

Should we be investing in solar instead? | By Rachel Holdsworth
London's Five Weirdest Ghost Stories

London's Five Weirdest Ghost Stories

A walking statue and a phantom cock. | By M@
London Beer Festival Roundup: November 2014

London Beer Festival Roundup: November 2014

You’ll need to top up your Oyster card. | By Dave Haste
Friday Photos: London's Wheels

Friday Photos: London's Wheels

From Marty Mcfly's four wheels to Del Boy's three. | By Laura Reynolds
Celia Pacquola's Working It Out

Celia Pacquola's Working It Out

Life, stand up and dreamcatchers. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Satisfy Your Appetite At London's Grandest Food Hall

Satisfy Your Appetite At London's Grandest Food Hall

Food, drinks, demos, celebs. | Sponsor
5 Alternative Ways To Scare Yourself In London

5 Alternative Ways To Scare Yourself In London

Aaarrgghhhh! | By Will Noble
London Renters Could Soon Wield More Political Power

London Renters Could Soon Wield More Political Power

Two-thirds of constituencies could be majority renters by 2021. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Things To Do In London: Friday 31 October 2014

Things To Do In London: Friday 31 October 2014

Happy Halloween, folks! | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Poppies pinched, moquette mocked. | By Will Noble
London Food And Drink News: 30 October 2014

London Food And Drink News: 30 October 2014

Smack, gangs and something fishy. | By Ben Norum
Sharply Executed: Sweeney Todd @Harrington's Pie Shop

Sharply Executed: Sweeney Todd @Harrington's Pie Shop

The Demon Barber up close. | By Johnny Fox
Conservatives Call For Night Time Traffic Light Switch-Off

Conservatives Call For Night Time Traffic Light Switch-Off

Londoners waste 170m hours sitting in traffic. | By BethPH
Markets And Shopping Events: November 2014

Markets And Shopping Events: November 2014

Pop-ups are popping up all over the place. | By Laura Reynolds
Emily Carr: Paintings Of Canadian Landscapes And Native Culture

Emily Carr: Paintings Of Canadian Landscapes And Native Culture

Obscure Canadian painter had talent. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Dramatic U-Turn On Ritzy Cinema On Redundancies

Dramatic U-Turn On Ritzy Cinema On Redundancies

Victory for campaigners in bitter dispute. | By Andy Thornley
New Restaurant Review: Señor Ceviche

New Restaurant Review: Señor Ceviche

Peruvian pop-up settles down in Soho. | By Ben Norum
London Oddity To Get Even Odder

London Oddity To Get Even Odder

Little Shop of Horrors set to transform. | By James Drury
Women Still Being Abused On Public Transport, Survey Finds

Women Still Being Abused On Public Transport, Survey Finds

But women-only carriages not the answer. | By BethPH
How Many Londoners Use Phones While Walking?

How Many Londoners Use Phones While Walking?

22% take a walk on the wired side. | By M@
Movies In Gothic Settings At Crystal Palace International Film Festival

Movies In Gothic Settings At Crystal Palace International Film Festival

Comedy, cartoons, horror and shorts. | By Londonist Staff
Things To Do In London: Thursday 30 October 2014

Things To Do In London: Thursday 30 October 2014

Pumpkin beer, fracking and Ruth Rendell. | By Londonist
Families Invited To Explore Zoology At Grant Museum

Families Invited To Explore Zoology At Grant Museum

Get hands on with animal artefacts. | By Laura Reynolds
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Olympic flames, kids loans and E8OLA. | By Stuart Black
See The Best Press Photos Of The Year At Southbank Centre

See The Best Press Photos Of The Year At Southbank Centre

Powerful pictures of news, sport and people. | By Londonist Staff
Ticket Alert: Downton Abbey Cast Christmas Readings

Ticket Alert: Downton Abbey Cast Christmas Readings

Mingle with actors from the popular TV series. | By Silvia Baretta
Whatever Happened To The Whitehall Farce?

Whatever Happened To The Whitehall Farce?

The history of the classic comedy form. | By Ben Venables
London Book And Poetry Events: 30 October-5 November 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 30 October-5 November 2014

Graham Norton, Mary Berry and Ruth Rendell all get booky. | By Laura Reynolds
Meet The Woman Who's On An Urban Safari

Meet The Woman Who's On An Urban Safari

Harlesden ain't the Masai Mara, but it's full of surprises. | By James Drury
What's The Best Pub In Walthamstow?

What's The Best Pub In Walthamstow?

An E17 beer odyssey. | By M@
The Force Is Strong With BFI Star Wars Event

The Force Is Strong With BFI Star Wars Event

This IS the event you're looking for. | By Stuart Black
Who Would You Like To Make Tube Announcements?

Who Would You Like To Make Tube Announcements?

Celebrities on the line. | By BethPH
The Kinks Musical Gets A Glorious West End Transfer

The Kinks Musical Gets A Glorious West End Transfer

For all dedicated followers. | By Londonist
Things To Do In London: Wednesday 29 October 2014

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 29 October 2014

Two new exhibitions. London, you spoil us. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Crossrail, Caravaggio and a headless cat. | By Stuart Black
The Audience Has The Power In Darwinian Movie Battle

The Audience Has The Power In Darwinian Movie Battle

Who will be a Darwinner? | By Stuart Black
Let Your Kids Go Batty In Hyde Park

Let Your Kids Go Batty In Hyde Park

Fur-n for all the family. | By Londonist Staff
Half Term Fun At Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Half Term Fun At Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Sports, arts and crafts, Halloween and more. | Sponsor
Play Hunt The London Author At Hatchards

Play Hunt The London Author At Hatchards

CurioCity devises a treasure hunt. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Blood On The Boards In Grand Guignol

Blood On The Boards In Grand Guignol

Gory French fun in Southwark. | By Stuart Black
Ripper-Referencing Steampunks Set To Unnerve Islington

Ripper-Referencing Steampunks Set To Unnerve Islington

Reliving Victorian London, one gin at a time. | By Chris Lockie
Richard Serra Constructs Monumental Sculptures

Richard Serra Constructs Monumental Sculptures

Precarious giant steel sculptures. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Crazy Transport Ideas That Might Work: Oxford Street Cable Car

Crazy Transport Ideas That Might Work: Oxford Street Cable Car

It's one way of cutting congestion... | By Rachel Holdsworth