February 2015

The Music Of Human Rights

The Music Of Human Rights

Three films on music's role in rights and democracy. | By Chris Lockie
Immersive Play Has Wrong End Of The Telescope

Immersive Play Has Wrong End Of The Telescope

Azerbaijan in Battersea. | By Ben Venables ★★☆☆☆
London's Gourmet Food Deliveries

London's Gourmet Food Deliveries

Home-cooked meals, office lunches, healthy meal plans and more. | By Sejal Sukhadwala
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In March

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In March

Go beyond the West End. | By Londonist
Frack Off Says Artist Sam Peacock

Frack Off Says Artist Sam Peacock

A landscape artist takes on the controversial topic of fracking. | By Tabish Khan
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 28 February-1 March 2015

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 28 February-1 March 2015

Fashion, farms and family theatre. | By Londonist
Mysterious Musician Releases Third Single For Free

Mysterious Musician Releases Third Single For Free

Album already has over 100,000 downloads. | Sponsor
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Say goodbye to Spiegelhalters. | By Londonist
Lippy Is A Dark Surreal Theatrical Experiment

Lippy Is A Dark Surreal Theatrical Experiment

The strange story of four Irish women who wouldn't speak. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Friday Photos: The Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square

Friday Photos: The Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square

Of blue cocks and rocking horses. | By Laura Reynolds
'Chaos' In Store For Brixton Commuters

'Chaos' In Store For Brixton Commuters

Ticket office to go as congestion continues. | By Andy Thornley
Grime Goes Roller Disco

Grime Goes Roller Disco

JME and Logan Sama dust off their skates. | By James Drury
Mind The Gap Tells The True Tale Of A Beloved Tube Announcer

Mind The Gap Tells The True Tale Of A Beloved Tube Announcer

London Shorts: showcasing short films about our city. | By Stuart Black
The Indian Queen Is A Beguiling Patchwork

The Indian Queen Is A Beguiling Patchwork

The ENO reconfigures Purcell to great effect. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Quiz: Whose Roof Is This?

Quiz: Whose Roof Is This?

11 landmarks, from the top. | By M@
Hello Londonist Readers

Hello Londonist Readers

How vapid salutations are invading London's streets. | By Will Noble
London-y Films To Watch In March

London-y Films To Watch In March

Cara Delevingne in Italy and more. | By Londonist
Goya's Nightmares Are Unleashed At The Courtauld Gallery

Goya's Nightmares Are Unleashed At The Courtauld Gallery

Witches abducting people and eating babies. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★★
Santander Replaces Barclays As Cycle Hire Sponsor

Santander Replaces Barclays As Cycle Hire Sponsor

Red bike, blue bike. | By BethPH
Things To Do In London: Friday 27 February 2015

Things To Do In London: Friday 27 February 2015

Painting, museum lates, and a 1920s speakeasy. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Farewell to London's most photographed cock. | By Will Noble
Beautiful Is An Electrifying Tribute To Carole King

Beautiful Is An Electrifying Tribute To Carole King

Musical moves earth under your feet. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★★★
London Food And Drink News: 26 February 2015

London Food And Drink News: 26 February 2015

Tube booze and gluten-free beer. | By Ben Norum
London Poetry: Fleet Street By Monkey Poet

London Poetry: Fleet Street By Monkey Poet

Comedy + poetry + social commentary. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Video: Cleaning Up Our River With Thames21

Video: Cleaning Up Our River With Thames21

The job that never ends. | By Geoff Marshall
The Day The FA Toasted Hitler

The Day The FA Toasted Hitler

Strange day indeed. | By M@
Unorthodox Things To Do In London's Churches

Unorthodox Things To Do In London's Churches

Have fun without getting on your knees. | By Will Noble
Council Wants To 'Decant' East London Residents Over Tower Refurbishment

Council Wants To 'Decant' East London Residents Over Tower Refurbishment

Cuts to social housing in E11. | By BethPH
Ralph Fiennes Triumphs In Shaw's Man And Superman

Ralph Fiennes Triumphs In Shaw's Man And Superman

A superlative production at the National Theatre. | By Stuart Black ★★★★★
New Shops To Spring Up At @BOXPARK This March

New Shops To Spring Up At @BOXPARK This March

Sushi, handmade shoes and nail art. | Sponsor
Victorian Sculpture Is Victorious At Tate Britain

Victorian Sculpture Is Victorious At Tate Britain

Ostentatious and overblown, but a visual treat. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Pet Project: A Street Cat Named Bob To Launch A Cat Café In Covent Garden

Pet Project: A Street Cat Named Bob To Launch A Cat Café In Covent Garden

And he needs your help. | By Ben Norum
Things To Do In London: Thursday 26 February 2015

Things To Do In London: Thursday 26 February 2015

Forensics, killer films and a man on wire. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Ghosts, the Brits and Stephen Merchant in a play. | By Londonist Staff
Islam And Conservatism Up Close In Multitudes

Islam And Conservatism Up Close In Multitudes

A beast of a piece at Kilburn's Tricycle Theatre. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Super Hero Summit At The London Super Comic Convention

Super Hero Summit At The London Super Comic Convention

Marvel at caped crusaders landing in London. | By Ben Venables
Blindfolded, Sung To And Hugged: New Show Will Invade Your Space

Blindfolded, Sung To And Hugged: New Show Will Invade Your Space

Touchy feely at Southbank Centre. | By Chris Lockie
How To Explore London's Museums And Galleries

How To Explore London's Museums And Galleries

Follow the arrows to discover new places. | By M@
New Restaurant Blacklock Is Top Of The Chops

New Restaurant Blacklock Is Top Of The Chops

Chops, cheap cocktails, cheesecake. | By Ben Norum ★★★★☆
The Nether Explores The Darkest Reaches Of The Web

The Nether Explores The Darkest Reaches Of The Web

A disturbing peek into the future of virtual reality. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Did The First World War Change The Lives Of London Women?

Did The First World War Change The Lives Of London Women?

London Transport Museum explores how the war helped women. | By Laura Reynolds
Where Are London's Most Dangerous Junctions For Cyclists?

Where Are London's Most Dangerous Junctions For Cyclists?

The top 10 accident blackspots. | By BethPH
FutureFest: Visions Of The World Yet To Come

FutureFest: Visions Of The World Yet To Come

Edward Snowden headlines a visionary festival. | Sponsor
Bourbon Cream: Farinelli And The King

Bourbon Cream: Farinelli And The King

Mark Rylance in a gorgeous, candle-lit piece. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Tea Or Coffee? That Is (Not) The Question

Tea Or Coffee? That Is (Not) The Question

And the answer is… yuanyang. | By Stuart Black
Things To Do In London: Wednesday 25 February 2015

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 25 February 2015

Showbiz history, adult fairytales, and the British government. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Supercar crash and mouse poop ice cream. | By Londonist
Oscar Films And Actor-Themed Sweet Treats At The Barbican

Oscar Films And Actor-Themed Sweet Treats At The Barbican

Sink your teeth into a Cumberbatch cupcake. | By Londonist