June 2015

There's A Giant Waterslide Coming To Alexandra Palace

There's A Giant Waterslide Coming To Alexandra Palace

Woohoo with a view. | By Laura Reynolds
Where Are All These Superheroes Coming From?

Where Are All These Superheroes Coming From?

Batman in Bromley, Spidey in Edmonton. | By Scott Wood
Get Your Hands On Free Interval Ice Cream With TKTS

Get Your Hands On Free Interval Ice Cream With TKTS

The frosty cherry on your theatrical cake. | Sponsor
Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

Chekhov play in the open air. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
£90m 'Stolen' From London Under Right To Buy

£90m 'Stolen' From London Under Right To Buy

Should that money be put back into housebuilding? | By Rachel Holdsworth
Tonight: After Hours At ZSL London Zoo

Tonight: After Hours At ZSL London Zoo

Talk to the animals. | Sponsor
Things To Do In London: Friday 26 June 2015

Things To Do In London: Friday 26 June 2015

A new exhibition about The Jam. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

Boris wants to cut more fire engines. | By Londonist
Over 48,000 London Households Are Homeless And Living In Temporary Accommodation

Over 48,000 London Households Are Homeless And Living In Temporary Accommodation

Homelessness still rising here in the capital. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Jugglers, Jungles And Jurassic: Unique Perspectives Of London

Jugglers, Jungles And Jurassic: Unique Perspectives Of London

Prize For Illustration at London Transport Museum. | By Londonist
Brixton Comes Together For I Am Your Neighbour

Brixton Comes Together For I Am Your Neighbour

Five cool events in mini arts fest. | By Londonist
Flatsharers: How Do You Pick Where To Live In London?

Flatsharers: How Do You Pick Where To Live In London?

Safety, cleanliness, good pubs, or parks? | Sponsor
Hoping To Dodge Death? Move To Tower Hamlets

Hoping To Dodge Death? Move To Tower Hamlets

London has lowest mortality rate in the country. | By Zoe Craig
Weekend Walk: Haringey's Parkland Walk

Weekend Walk: Haringey's Parkland Walk

Views, a bat cave, old rail tracks and a toy graveyard. | By M@
London's Little Gardens: Elmstead Woods Station

London's Little Gardens: Elmstead Woods Station

We weren't expecting that. | By Rachel Holdsworth
V&A Exhibition Captures Colonial India And Burma -- Review

V&A Exhibition Captures Colonial India And Burma -- Review

A load of Tripe. Literally. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Calling All Artists: Battersea Art Station Needs You

Calling All Artists: Battersea Art Station Needs You

Get inspired and get creating for free, local festival. | Sponsor
La Traviata Meets Prohibition In Kilburn -- Review

La Traviata Meets Prohibition In Kilburn -- Review

A potent cocktail. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★★☆
Show Your Support On Armed Forces Day

Show Your Support On Armed Forces Day

Fun days, parades and more. | By Laura Reynolds
Tonight: Beethoven And Brahms At Royal Festival Hall

Tonight: Beethoven And Brahms At Royal Festival Hall

The height of sophistication. | Sponsor
Things To Do In London: Thursday 25 June 2015

Things To Do In London: Thursday 25 June 2015

Tea, Sheeps, and crafting. | By Londonist
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

The Queen may get turfed out of her London pad. | By Londonist Staff
Does London Really Want To Be A 24-Hour City?

Does London Really Want To Be A 24-Hour City?

Licensing laws and development suggest not. | By Londonist
Blindfolds On: London Without Limits Is Back

Blindfolds On: London Without Limits Is Back

Fancy a blindfold visit to the farm? | By Londonist
Top 10 London Art Exhibitions To See In July

Top 10 London Art Exhibitions To See In July

Magic boxes, Italian art and Audrey Hepburn. | By Londonist
11 Rubbish Victorian Jokes About London

11 Rubbish Victorian Jokes About London

Comedy, but not as we know it. | By M@
Watch This 3D Animated Timeline Of How The Tube Map Developed

Watch This 3D Animated Timeline Of How The Tube Map Developed

How the lines have evolved over time. | By Geoff Marshall
An Oak Tree 'Has Grief, Guilt And Hyperreality' -- Review

An Oak Tree 'Has Grief, Guilt And Hyperreality' -- Review

Two actors, only one knows the play. | By Ruth Hargreaves ★★★★☆
Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

King's Hospital cuts one of its best services. | By Zoe Craig
London's Ghost Stations Explored In New App

London's Ghost Stations Explored In New App

Geoff Marshall's guide to the abandoned tube. | By M@
Lock Live Kicks Off Camden Market's Summer Season

Lock Live Kicks Off Camden Market's Summer Season

Free one-day boutique urban festival. | Sponsor
WWII Shelter In Clapham Opens For Public Consultation

WWII Shelter In Clapham Opens For Public Consultation

Ideas include a renovated rotunda. | By Will Noble
What Are The Blue And White Numbered Signs At Tube Stations?

What Are The Blue And White Numbered Signs At Tube Stations?

You know the ones we mean. | By Laura Reynolds
Deal Of The Day: A Toast To Toasties

Deal Of The Day: A Toast To Toasties

Cocktail + toastie for a tenner. | Sponsor
Things To Do In London: Wednesday 24 June 2015

Things To Do In London: Wednesday 24 June 2015

Indian photography, and a sunset with a view. | By Londonist
The Secret World War Two Bunker

The Secret World War Two Bunker

Tucked away in Uxbridge. | By Sandra Lawrence
London News Roundup

London News Roundup

More Mayoral hats thrown into the ring. | By Londonist
Week Of Wildlife Art Coming To Mall Galleries

Week Of Wildlife Art Coming To Mall Galleries

Raising money for David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. | By Laura Reynolds
Tanks (Of Beer) Invade London

Tanks (Of Beer) Invade London

Unfiltered, unpasteurised, unbeatable. | By Will Noble
Free Festival Of Theatre Straddles The Thames

Free Festival Of Theatre Straddles The Thames

Greenwich + Docklands International Festival is back. | By Laura Reynolds
TravelByDrone Around London

TravelByDrone Around London

Mapping drone footage from the capital and beyond. | By M@
A Lament For Catford

A Lament For Catford

Bloody gentrification on the way. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Drawing Death: The Age-Old Relationship Between Anatomy And Art

Drawing Death: The Age-Old Relationship Between Anatomy And Art

Sketching skulls, painting pancreases. | By Londonist
London's First Trampoline Park Opening In West Acton

London's First Trampoline Park Opening In West Acton

Booiiiiiiinnng. | By Laura Reynolds
Lobos: A Convivial Tapas Cave In Borough Market

Lobos: A Convivial Tapas Cave In Borough Market

Gutsy food lair. | By Ben Norum ★★★★☆
DLR Train Turns All The Colours Of The Rainbow

DLR Train Turns All The Colours Of The Rainbow

Lively livery. | By Will Noble
Tate Returns To Form With Barbara Hepworth Blockbuster

Tate Returns To Form With Barbara Hepworth Blockbuster

One for the sculpture vultures. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
London's Burning: Celebrate The Radical Side Of The City

London's Burning: Celebrate The Radical Side Of The City

Iain Sinclair and others on London's rebel side. | By Rachel Holdsworth