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Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 20 June 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 20 June 2018

The charmingly odd Knollys Rose Ceremony returns to Tower Hill. | By Maire Rose Connor
From Beer Tasting To Bungee Jumping, A Funzing Gift Card Unlocks Fun Across London

From Beer Tasting To Bungee Jumping, A Funzing Gift Card Unlocks Fun Across London

A gift to remember. | Sponsor
Meet The Londoners At The Forefront Of The Crypto Craze

Meet The Londoners At The Forefront Of The Crypto Craze

A crypto queen, a tech influencer and the manager of a group of east London boozers. | By Kyra Hanson
A Summer Of Free Events At Wembley Park

A Summer Of Free Events At Wembley Park

Culture, music and movement, oh my. | Sponsor
When Is A Tea Total Tea Not Teetotal?

When Is A Tea Total Tea Not Teetotal?

The riddle of Leicester Square. | By Laura Reynolds ★★★☆☆
Where Are London's Suburbs Nowadays?

Where Are London's Suburbs Nowadays?

Has the old definition of the suburbs changed? | By Harry Rosehill
50 Things Every Londoner Should Do At Least Once

50 Things Every Londoner Should Do At Least Once

How many can you tick off? | By Laura Reynolds
New Comedy-Drama Monogamy Is Served With A Side Of Monotony

New Comedy-Drama Monogamy Is Served With A Side Of Monotony

Top acting can't save the plot of this one. | By Hari Mountford ★★★☆☆
We Want One Of These Tube Map Guitars

We Want One Of These Tube Map Guitars

Well, rock stars do enjoy a good line or two... | By Will Noble
Things To Do Today in London: Tuesday 19 June 2018

Things To Do Today in London: Tuesday 19 June 2018

From a medieval leper hospital to art deco glamour. | By Maire Rose Connor
Theatre Review: The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi's Wives

Theatre Review: The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi's Wives

There's some clever storytelling in this stage adaptation. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
Massive Dogs Loom Large Over Shoreditch

Massive Dogs Loom Large Over Shoreditch

Amazing street art. | By M@
Why Is There A Giant Pyramid Floating On The Serpentine?

Why Is There A Giant Pyramid Floating On The Serpentine?

We love a bit of giant art. | By Tabish Khan
Things To Do This Weekend In London: 23-24 June 2018

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 23-24 June 2018

Fundraising fun with a charity shuck-a-thon and a colour run. | By Maire Rose Connor
The Square Mile Has TWO New Parks

The Square Mile Has TWO New Parks

Aldgate smartens up. | By M@
Competition: Win An Indian Inspired Afternoon Tea For Two With Pure Leaf

Competition: Win An Indian Inspired Afternoon Tea For Two With Pure Leaf

Tea pairing is the new wine pairing, don't you know. | Sponsor
This Artist Takes Putting A Bit Of Himself Into His Work Quite Literally

This Artist Takes Putting A Bit Of Himself Into His Work Quite Literally

Where's Wally has nothing on this disappearing artist. | By Tabish Khan
Arthur Miller's Final Play Fails To Illuminate

Arthur Miller's Final Play Fails To Illuminate

A thinly veiled look at his own marriage to Marilyn Monroe. | By Neil Dowden ★★☆☆☆
Things To Do Today In London: Monday 18 June 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Monday 18 June 2018

Bagels, beer, and Bitchelors. | By Maire Rose Connor
Best Of Londonist: 17 June 2018

Best Of Londonist: 17 June 2018

Don't miss a thing with our catch-up guide. | By Maire Rose Connor
Things To Do This Week In London: 18-24 June

Things To Do This Week In London: 18-24 June

Celebrate the longest week of the year in style. | By Maire Rose Connor
Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 18-24 June

Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 18-24 June

Street parties, musical bingo, and London's longest ever date. | By Maire Rose Connor
How Many Of These Stylish Benches Have You Spotted?

How Many Of These Stylish Benches Have You Spotted?

A dog bench on Houndsditch. | By M@
Things To Do This Weekend In London: 16-17 June 2018

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 16-17 June 2018

From powerboat racing to a medieval joust. | By Maire Rose Connor
Why You Should Love The Architecture Of The National Theatre
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Why You Should Love The Architecture Of The National Theatre

John Grindrod explains the wonders of concrete. | By Londonist

A Guide To London's Museum Lates

Late night events and late night openings. | By Laura Reynolds
How The View From Waterloo Bridge Has Changed Beyond Recognition

How The View From Waterloo Bridge Has Changed Beyond Recognition

14 years makes all the difference. | By M@
The Road To 4G On The Tube Has Officially Begun

The Road To 4G On The Tube Has Officially Begun

Signal down below. | By Harry Rosehill
Wales Is Getting Our Old Tube Trains... And Making Them Beautiful

Wales Is Getting Our Old Tube Trains... And Making Them Beautiful

District line hand-me-downs. | By M@
Here's What The New Piccadilly Line Trains Will Look Like

Here's What The New Piccadilly Line Trains Will Look Like

Coming soon (ish) to a station near you. | By Laura Reynolds
Is This The End Of Incomplete Tube Journeys?

Is This The End Of Incomplete Tube Journeys?

You can now see your contactless journeys on the TfL app. | By Laura Reynolds
Play In A Soho Church Fizzes With Humour, Passion And Rage

Play In A Soho Church Fizzes With Humour, Passion And Rage

It's not exactly subtle, though. | By Maire Rose Connor ★★★☆☆
Things To Do Today In London: Friday 15 June 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Friday 15 June 2018

Greenwich Book Festival returns. | By Maire Rose Connor
9 Secrets Of The 100 Club

9 Secrets Of The 100 Club

Legendary venue for punk and jazz. | Sponsor
An Avocado Tube Map

An Avocado Tube Map

Someone was going to do it. | By Will Noble
These Kids Have Designed The New Crossrail Posters

These Kids Have Designed The New Crossrail Posters

Well isn't this just swell. | By Harry Rosehill
5 Sold Out London Shows That You Can Still Get Tickets To (Without Being Ripped Off...)

5 Sold Out London Shows That You Can Still Get Tickets To (Without Being Ripped Off...)

Here's your way in. | Sponsor
How Londoners Are Remembering Grenfell One Year On

How Londoners Are Remembering Grenfell One Year On

The city glows green. | By Will Noble
The Best Sushi Bars In London

The Best Sushi Bars In London

Japan's greatest culinary export. | By Janan Jay
Monobrows, Self-Portraits And Polio: Frida Kahlo's Life Bared At V&A

Monobrows, Self-Portraits And Polio: Frida Kahlo's Life Bared At V&A

Learn about the tragic life of this 'broken' artist. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 14 June 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 14 June 2018

Winter is coming to Wembley Arena. | By Maire Rose Connor
How To Get Automatic Refunds From TfL

How To Get Automatic Refunds From TfL

Helping you save some precious money. | By Harry Rosehill
The Hidden Museum Of Lost Architecture

The Hidden Museum Of Lost Architecture

A window from St Paul's and a door from 10 Downing Street. | By M@
Is Dartford The Most Rock 'N' Roll Town In England?

Is Dartford The Most Rock 'N' Roll Town In England?

We did it. We went to Kent. | By Will Noble
Where To Eat And Drink In... Euston

Where To Eat And Drink In... Euston

The best restaurants, boozers and cafes around the station. | By Lydia Manch
Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update

Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update

A powerful play that fails to translate to the present day. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 13 June 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 13 June 2018

A sunrise rave and a dance under the new moon. | By Maire Rose Connor