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Have You Been To London's New Museum Of Migration?

Have You Been To London's New Museum Of Migration?

An important part of London's history.
Did you know about this secret garden in south London?

Did you know about this secret garden in south London?

Ever been?
9 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Waterloo Station

9 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Waterloo Station

Do you know them all?
Forget Hotels: Stay The Night In These London Boozers

Forget Hotels: Stay The Night In These London Boozers

No Uber necessary.
Exhibitions Not To Miss This Year

Exhibitions Not To Miss This Year

From Michelangelo to Eduardo Paolozzi.
Is The London Dungeon As Torturous As You Think?

Is The London Dungeon As Torturous As You Think?

It's been around since the '70s.
A First Look At The New And Improved Garden Museum

A First Look At The New And Improved Garden Museum

Another museum to add to the list to see.
When West Indian War Heroes Came Back To London

When West Indian War Heroes Came Back To London

These pioneers came to London with no fanfare at all.
Where To Eat And Drink In... Waterloo

Where To Eat And Drink In... Waterloo

The best lunches, restaurants, pubs and bars.
Eight Of The Best Gay Pubs In London

Eight Of The Best Gay Pubs In London

Booze + boys.
7 Alternative Family Days Out In London

7 Alternative Family Days Out In London

Do something different.
Giant Slides Coming To London Again

Giant Slides Coming To London Again

Form a queue now.
What's The Best Pub In Kennington And Oval?

What's The Best Pub In Kennington And Oval?

The results are in. Now join us on the pub crawl.
What Are The Best Pubs In Victoria?

What Are The Best Pubs In Victoria?

Join us on part 'V' of our epic pub crawl.
Why Is There An Elephant In Waterloo Station?

Why Is There An Elephant In Waterloo Station?

Local connections to a popular sculpture.
Brixton Tube Chaos Will Last Until July 2015

Brixton Tube Chaos Will Last Until July 2015

Overcrowding and queueing misery.
Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Lambeth

Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Lambeth

Murals, abolitionists, gentrification, tapas and a bus garage...
Victorian Vaults Host Underground Film Club

Victorian Vaults Host Underground Film Club

Because outdoor cinema doesn't cut it in November.
New Year's Eve On South Bank: Fireworks And Fizz

New Year's Eve On South Bank: Fireworks And Fizz

3, 2, 1, FIREWORKS!
What's Happening At Nine Elms?

What's Happening At Nine Elms?

We've been talking to the team behind the development.
A Beginner's Guide To South London's Cultural Gems

A Beginner's Guide To South London's Cultural Gems

For London newbies, or those who don't go south.
'Chaos' In Store For Brixton Commuters

'Chaos' In Store For Brixton Commuters

Ticket office to go as congestion continues.
The Home Of Gin At Beefeater Gin Distillery

The Home Of Gin At Beefeater Gin Distillery

London gets a new gin museum.
New Images Of Revamped Battersea Power Station

New Images Of Revamped Battersea Power Station

Independent shops and a view to remember.
Secrets Of The Waterloo And City Line

Secrets Of The Waterloo And City Line

Final video in the series...and we've been telling porkies.
Video: Where Can You Visit Four Boroughs In Less Than A Minute?

Video: Where Can You Visit Four Boroughs In Less Than A Minute?

London's equivalent to the USA's Four Corners.
What's The Best Pub In Victoria, Pimlico And Vauxhall?

What's The Best Pub In Victoria, Pimlico And Vauxhall?

Vote, then join us on a crawl round the top few.
New-Look Imperial War Museum Opens

New-Look Imperial War Museum Opens

Mixed views on the revamp.
The Nine Towers Of Nine Elms

The Nine Towers Of Nine Elms

Map and pics of Vauxhall's new skyscrapers.
Work Begins To Redevelop The South Bank's Shell Centre

Work Begins To Redevelop The South Bank's Shell Centre

New homes, offices, cafes, square.
Teeny Houses At Vauxhall Park Model Village

Teeny Houses At Vauxhall Park Model Village

Mini maisons in south London.
Five Reasons To See Edward II At The National Theatre

Five Reasons To See Edward II At The National Theatre

An edgy mix of politics, sex and power.
Preview: Films on the Flytower @ National Theatre

Preview: Films on the Flytower @ National Theatre

Snuggle down under the stars on the roof of the National Theatre for some classic al fresco movies.
Winter Has Landed At South Bank

Winter Has Landed At South Bank

Garner your festive spirit.
London Dungeon Moving West

London Dungeon Moving West

The tourist hangout is off to Waterloo.
London's Tallest Residential Tower To Be Built In Vauxhall

London's Tallest Residential Tower To Be Built In Vauxhall

One Nine Elms should be completed by 2017.
Time Travel London: Return Of The Crystal Palace

Time Travel London: Return Of The Crystal Palace

The giant glass building burned down in 1936. But now it's back.
Helicopter Hits Crane And Crashes In Vauxhall

Helicopter Hits Crane And Crashes In Vauxhall

Two people are killed and several injured.
New Prints Show London's Brutalist Icons

New Prints Show London's Brutalist Icons

Put Stockwell bus garage and Brunel University on your wall.
Christmas Classics Screened In Pop-Up Vauxhall Cinema

Christmas Classics Screened In Pop-Up Vauxhall Cinema

Includes the greatest film of all time.
Camel and Artichoke

Camel and Artichoke

D-Day Party In The Waterloo Vaults

D-Day Party In The Waterloo Vaults

Celebrate D-Day...underground.
Free Films At Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Free Films At Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Mama Mia and Searching For Sugar Man get outdoor screenings.
Old Vic Tunnels Director Says Venue Will Close

Old Vic Tunnels Director Says Venue Will Close

London says goodbye to the cult Waterloo venue after three years.
South Bank Winter: Valentine's Day

South Bank Winter: Valentine's Day

Activities for both romantics and sceptics.
Preview: World Street Food Festival

Preview: World Street Food Festival

Get your Jubilee yums from the Southbank.
Final Section Of Overground Network Opens In South London

Final Section Of Overground Network Opens In South London

Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction, now in ginger.
London's Best Wine Bars: Chix And Buck, Brixton

London's Best Wine Bars: Chix And Buck, Brixton

Our tour of London's best wine bars continues.
Eviction Warnings For Brixton Railway Arch Shops

Eviction Warnings For Brixton Railway Arch Shops

Network Rail says it wants to preserve area's vibrancy.
Garden Bridge Set To Become A Reality

Garden Bridge Set To Become A Reality

Westminster Council approves plan.
London's Income Inequality By Borough

London's Income Inequality By Borough

How divided is your borough?
New-Look Jubilee Gardens Open In Time For Jubilee

New-Look Jubilee Gardens Open In Time For Jubilee

A significant facelift for that empty field next to the London Eye.
Dress Like An Actor: National Theatre Costume And Props Hire

Dress Like An Actor: National Theatre Costume And Props Hire

Hire costumes from old NT plays.
Theatre Review: Taboo – The Boy George Musical @ Brixton Club House

Theatre Review: Taboo – The Boy George Musical @ Brixton Club House

As authentic a setting as you could get for this show.
A Photographic History Of London Online

A Photographic History Of London Online

A free website filled with British photographs.
Designs For New Public Square At Battersea Power Station

Designs For New Public Square At Battersea Power Station

Malaysia Square: a reminder of where the money comes from.
Art Review: Light Show @ Hayward Gallery

Art Review: Light Show @ Hayward Gallery

Prepare to be dazzled.
Mail Rail Fungus Tunnel Wins London High Line Competiton

Mail Rail Fungus Tunnel Wins London High Line Competiton

Could London get a new garden 70ft below the surface?
Green Ideas For Improving London

Green Ideas For Improving London

Abandoned rail tunnels turned fungi farms, and a linear lido along the Regent's Canal.
Last Day For The London Dungeon

Last Day For The London Dungeon

Popular attraction moving to County Hall.
Valentine's Screenings In Vauxhall

Valentine's Screenings In Vauxhall

Snuggle up with some romantic films.
New Public Piazza For Waterloo Station

New Public Piazza For Waterloo Station

New development opens up access routes between station and the South Bank.
Damien Hirst Unveils Plans For New Gallery In Vauxhall

Damien Hirst Unveils Plans For New Gallery In Vauxhall

Artist's personal collection to go on show by 2014.
Holi One Gets Colourful At Battersea Power Station

Holi One Gets Colourful At Battersea Power Station

Powder paint party.
South Bank Winter: Beat The January Blues

South Bank Winter: Beat The January Blues

Christmas may be over, but the merriment continues.
Time Travel London: To Anglo-Saxon Brixton

Time Travel London: To Anglo-Saxon Brixton

Imagining the centre of Brixton 1,000 years ago.
What's The Best Pub In Clapham?

What's The Best Pub In Clapham?

Vote now, then join us on the crawl.
South Bank Winter: Fun Family Days Out

South Bank Winter: Fun Family Days Out

Riverside fun with your loved ones.
Free Activism Film Screenings At Whirled Cinema

Free Activism Film Screenings At Whirled Cinema

Grasp the Nettle looks at Kew Bridge and Democracy villages.
Londonist Underground: Tube Panoramas

Londonist Underground: Tube Panoramas

How different the Northern Line looked 15 years ago.
A-Z Pub Crawl: Where Is The Best Pub In Brixton?

A-Z Pub Crawl: Where Is The Best Pub In Brixton?

Moving on to the letter B...
Preview: Bedlam @ Old Vic Tunnels

Preview: Bedlam @ Old Vic Tunnels

You'd be mad to miss it.
Basketballs And Play-Doh: Jeff Koons Reviewed

Basketballs And Play-Doh: Jeff Koons Reviewed

See suspended basketballs and more.
Giant Shot Put Crash-Lands In Kennington

Giant Shot Put Crash-Lands In Kennington

Even Geoff Capes would struggle to shift this beast.
Streatham Hub Leisure Development Tops Out

Streatham Hub Leisure Development Tops Out

Streatham's new ice rink will be open later this year.
Lambeth Lib Dems Call For South London Monorail

Lambeth Lib Dems Call For South London Monorail

Will a monorail link Waterloo and Battersea? Er, probably not.
17 Year Old Boy Dies In Spate Of Stabbings In South London

17 Year Old Boy Dies In Spate Of Stabbings In South London

Seven stabbings in as many days as Lambeth borough urges people to remain calm.
Cyclist Airlifted To Hospital After Collision

Cyclist Airlifted To Hospital After Collision

Accident closes major road during rush hour.
New Restaurant Review: Zumbura

New Restaurant Review: Zumbura

Fresh flavours and small plates at this new Indian in Clapham.
Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas...In The Waterloo Vaults

Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas...In The Waterloo Vaults

Go Gonzo for this underground production!
New Exhibition Celebrates Stockwell Bus Garage

New Exhibition Celebrates Stockwell Bus Garage

See the concrete marvel inside another concrete marvel: the Royal Festival Hall.
A-Z Pub Crawl: The Best Pubs In Kennington And Oval

A-Z Pub Crawl: The Best Pubs In Kennington And Oval

Vote for your favourites, then join us on the pub crawl.
Three London Buildings Nominated For Carbuncle Cup

Three London Buildings Nominated For Carbuncle Cup

Shoreditch tower block, Lambeth hotel, Cally Road facadism.
Imagination Takes Over At Festival On Europe's Longest High Street

Imagination Takes Over At Festival On Europe's Longest High Street

Hit Streatham High Road for four days of creative goodness.
Angry In Lambeth? You're Not Alone

Angry In Lambeth? You're Not Alone

First World War Galleries At Imperial War Museum

First World War Galleries At Imperial War Museum

Everything you've wanted to know about the First World War and more.
Shell Centre Redevelopment To Begin This Year

Shell Centre Redevelopment To Begin This Year

South Bank project to be complete by 2019.
South Bank Winter: Festive Fancies

South Bank Winter: Festive Fancies

Wrap up and get exploring.
Thatcher Funeral Route Announced As Detractors Celebrate

Thatcher Funeral Route Announced As Detractors Celebrate

Iron Lady praised and jeered.
The Future Of The Southbank Centre

The Future Of The Southbank Centre

Riverside cultural hub to get 21st-century makeover.
Council Seeks To Protect 121 Pubs From Developers

Council Seeks To Protect 121 Pubs From Developers

Is this a pilot for others to follow?
Theatre Review: This House @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: This House @ National Theatre

Like The West Wing but in 1970s Parliament.
Specials And Offers At Brixton Food Fest

Specials And Offers At Brixton Food Fest

Celebrate local restaurants.
South Bank Winter: A Guide To The Season

South Bank Winter: A Guide To The Season

Get that festive feeling.
Streatham Food Festival Showcases The Local Cuisine Scene

Streatham Food Festival Showcases The Local Cuisine Scene

A long weekend of feasting.
Join Us For A Free Floating Pub Quiz On London Architecture

Join Us For A Free Floating Pub Quiz On London Architecture

A floating pub quiz. And it's free.
In Pictures: Sand Sculptures On The Southbank

In Pictures: Sand Sculptures On The Southbank

Everyone from Boris Johnson to Buzz Aldrin gets the sandy treatment.
Buy Art For £50 Or Less In Brixton

Buy Art For £50 Or Less In Brixton

Now that's what we call affordable.
Film Preview: Saturday Night Fever @ Old Vic Tunnels

Film Preview: Saturday Night Fever @ Old Vic Tunnels

Disco is shimmying back into town.
Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

King's Hospital cuts one of its best services.
London Boroughs Depicted In Beautiful 'Sweet View' Prints

London Boroughs Depicted In Beautiful 'Sweet View' Prints

Residents of Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Lambeth, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth and Westminster...here's something for your wall.
Which Exhibitions In London Are Worth Seeing Right Now?

Which Exhibitions In London Are Worth Seeing Right Now?

From the five-star to the zero-star.
Ever Heard Of The Brixton Plane Crash?

Ever Heard Of The Brixton Plane Crash?

The day a biplane fell on SE9.
Londonist Out Loud: The Brixton Pound

Londonist Out Loud: The Brixton Pound

Who needs the Bank of England?
Preview: London Film Festival 2012

Preview: London Film Festival 2012

Booking opens now for BFI members.
Streatham Comes Of Age: A Festival For All The Family

Streatham Comes Of Age: A Festival For All The Family

A week of fun.
Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Courtesan

Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Courtesan

Cocktails and dim sum in a Brixton boudoir.
Lambeth Country Show Returns Bigger And Better

Lambeth Country Show Returns Bigger And Better

Will Public Henemy make another appearance?
"There Is A Sense Of Home About London": iamamiwhoami Chat Ahead Of Brixton Show

"There Is A Sense Of Home About London": iamamiwhoami Chat Ahead Of Brixton Show

Swedish band, iamamiwhoami, make a highly anticipated return to London with a show at Electric in Brixton.
Dining Beyond Zone 1: Wild Caper

Dining Beyond Zone 1: Wild Caper

Rustic Italy arrives in Brixton as a popular deli cum artisan bakery starts serving very tasty dinners.
Theatre Review: The Hairy Ape @ Southwark Playhouse

Theatre Review: The Hairy Ape @ Southwark Playhouse

Beneath the rumbling arches of London Bridge a wild beast is stomping its feet.
Explore The National Theatre Archive

Explore The National Theatre Archive

Watch long gone productions again.
Damien Hirst Has A New Gallery, But Is It Any Good?

Damien Hirst Has A New Gallery, But Is It Any Good?

Here's what £25m gets you.
First Impressions Of A New Skate Park Under Hungerford Bridge

First Impressions Of A New Skate Park Under Hungerford Bridge

But skaters don't want to move.
Preview: Lambeth Country Show

Preview: Lambeth Country Show

Dogs on bikes, horse jousting and who's got the biggest tuber?
The Next Stop Is... Julian's Primary School

The Next Stop Is... Julian's Primary School

The perils of cartography persist in Streatham
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The Comfort Of New Orleans: Jambalaya @ The Jam Tree

The Comfort Of New Orleans: Jambalaya @ The Jam Tree

Creole and Cajun, crabs and cocktails. Y'all.
London On Foot: The Most Londony Event Ever?

London On Foot: The Most Londony Event Ever?

The launch of CurioCity Issue B sees some top London explorers come together.
Catch These Hot London Gigs Before They Sell Out

Catch These Hot London Gigs Before They Sell Out

Get 'em while you can.
Zeitgeist at the Jolly Gardeners

Zeitgeist at the Jolly Gardeners

Free Film Festivals In Herne Hill And New Cross & Deptford

Free Film Festivals In Herne Hill And New Cross & Deptford

See cult and classic cinema in unusual venues across south east London. For free.
Sample The World At Streatham Food Festival

Sample The World At Streatham Food Festival

Plus lots of free workshops.
"It's Not Going To Win Any Cool Brownie Points": This House @ National Theatre

"It's Not Going To Win Any Cool Brownie Points": This House @ National Theatre

We talk to James Graham and Charles Edwards.
The BFI Features The Marvellous Maggie Smith

The BFI Features The Marvellous Maggie Smith

So much more than Downton.
Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Lobster Pot

Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Lobster Pot

A French boat lost in Kennington.
Mayor Of Lambeth Dies Aged 43

Mayor Of Lambeth Dies Aged 43

Leading political figures pay tribute to Cllr Mark Bennett.
London Cycle Hire Scheme To Be Extended South-West

London Cycle Hire Scheme To Be Extended South-West

Wandsworth, H&F, Lambeth and K&C to get pedalling.
"A New Identity For Vauxhall" Ideas Go On Display At The Garden Museum

"A New Identity For Vauxhall" Ideas Go On Display At The Garden Museum

Could Nine Elms and Vauxhall become a new Southbank?
South London Chippy Gets First Ever Artist-In-Residence

South London Chippy Gets First Ever Artist-In-Residence

Affordable Art Fair gimmick unites art and fish.
Two War Photography Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum

Two War Photography Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum

Capturing the intensity, horrors and similarities in war
A Trio Of South London Festivals

A Trio Of South London Festivals

Crystal Palace Overground Festival, Sydenham Arts Festival and Streatham Festival, all in June/July.
Harrowing And Surreal: New Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum

Harrowing And Surreal: New Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum

What's on during the refurb.
Film Review: Saturday Night Fever @ Old Vic Tunnels

Film Review: Saturday Night Fever @ Old Vic Tunnels

The disco inferno hits London.
Edward II Plays Dirty At The National Theatre

Edward II Plays Dirty At The National Theatre

See a classic from an entirely new viewpoint.
London News Roundup: Drivers Fined £6m By Lambeth Bus Lane

London News Roundup: Drivers Fined £6m By Lambeth Bus Lane

AA claims motorists are being 'entrapped'.
Crowdfunding London: August

Crowdfunding London: August

Beer, football, murder and handy Oysters.
Charlie Chaplin @ London Film Museum

Charlie Chaplin @ London Film Museum

Saskia Olde Wolbers Brings An Historic House To Life

Saskia Olde Wolbers Brings An Historic House To Life

Step inside a house where Van Gogh lived and explore the derelict house.
Hidden Gems Of The Edinburgh Fringe Come To Brixton

Hidden Gems Of The Edinburgh Fringe Come To Brixton

Quirky, interesting comedy.
BFI's Uncut Season: The Films They Tried To Ban

BFI's Uncut Season: The Films They Tried To Ban

The films they tried to ban.
Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Unconventional adaptation impresses us.
Meltdown Festival Round-Up Review And Pictures

Meltdown Festival Round-Up Review And Pictures

Highlights from a dark and dirty week of events.
Forever Crazy Starring Kelly Brook, On The Southbank

Forever Crazy Starring Kelly Brook, On The Southbank

Naughty cabaret thrills in places, not in others.
Theatre Review: The Animals And Children Took To The Streets

Theatre Review: The Animals And Children Took To The Streets

The city's great unwashed transformed into a dynamic visual treat.
Tomorrow: Great Brixton Bake-Off @ Brixton Market

Tomorrow: Great Brixton Bake-Off @ Brixton Market

40 local bakers go head-to-head in a battle to find the best
Criticism Mounts Over Southbank Centre Revamp

Criticism Mounts Over Southbank Centre Revamp

Director of the National Theatre comes out against proposed redevelopment.
1960s Life At The National Theatre And Around Waterloo

1960s Life At The National Theatre And Around Waterloo

Two new exhibitions and a treasure hunt.
Full Reading Of Sylvia Plath’s Ariel At London Literature Festival

Full Reading Of Sylvia Plath’s Ariel At London Literature Festival

40 fantastic women will perform Plath's poems.
Londonist Out Loud: Doing A Lambeth Walk

Londonist Out Loud: Doing A Lambeth Walk

Thought you knew Lambeth? Think again.
Laughter In The Purple Cow: Udderbelly Festival

Laughter In The Purple Cow: Udderbelly Festival

Comedy returns to the South Bank.
London Stories: Explore Candle-lit Rooms, Discuss London Life

London Stories: Explore Candle-lit Rooms, Discuss London Life

Meet your fellow Londoners at BAC.
Lairy And Late: Get Spanked At Udderbelly

Lairy And Late: Get Spanked At Udderbelly

Comedy for the late night tanked up crowd.
Shell Centre Revamp Plans Revealed

Shell Centre Revamp Plans Revealed

Conservative design for a sensitive site.
Hand-Drawn London Maps: Edible Clapham

Hand-Drawn London Maps: Edible Clapham

Eat your way down the high street and across the common.
Cressingham Gardens Wins Crucial Battle In High Court

Cressingham Gardens Wins Crucial Battle In High Court

Council ordered back to the drawing board.
Brixton Pound: New Note Launches Tonight

Brixton Pound: New Note Launches Tonight

Windrush Square event includes give/take market.
Police To Investigate Lambeth Council Elections

Police To Investigate Lambeth Council Elections

Councillor deemed ineligible to stand in recent elections
We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

A searing exploration of gender inequality.
London Blend: Federation Coffee, Brixton Village

London Blend: Federation Coffee, Brixton Village

Quality coffee in Brixton's middle class foodie enclave.
Theatre Review: The Effect @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Effect @ National Theatre

What Lucy Prebble did after Enron.
A Trellick Tower For The Bees

A Trellick Tower For The Bees

Psychedelic Mini-Festival Takes Over Brixton's Windmill

Psychedelic Mini-Festival Takes Over Brixton's Windmill

This will not be a quiet event.
Watch Out For Watch This Space Festival On The Road

Watch Out For Watch This Space Festival On The Road

On tour in south London.
Party Mod Style At Lower Marsh

Party Mod Style At Lower Marsh

Scoot the Thames ends at Waterloo on Saturday.
Take The Curious Art Trail Through West Norwood Cemetery

Take The Curious Art Trail Through West Norwood Cemetery

21 artists secrete their work around the Magnificent Seven cemetery.
Watch Charlie Chaplin From A Hospital Bed

Watch Charlie Chaplin From A Hospital Bed

New immersive sound installation from Sound&Fury opens tomorrow.
Preview: Le Patin Libre @ Ally Pally & Brixton Ice Rinks

Preview: Le Patin Libre @ Ally Pally & Brixton Ice Rinks

A contemporary ice show with not a sequin in sight.
Riot-Torched Shop Re-opens Almost Two Years On

Riot-Torched Shop Re-opens Almost Two Years On

Owner of 'The Partystores' tells us what it was like to see his business burning down
Celebrate Women Of The World @ Southbank Centre

Celebrate Women Of The World @ Southbank Centre

Three days of talks, music, comedy, film and debates.
Ticket Alert: Trailer Park Boys Roll Up In Brixton

Ticket Alert: Trailer Park Boys Roll Up In Brixton

This time they're even more drunk, high and unemployed.
London Entrepreneurs: Neelofar Khan of Chilli Chutney

London Entrepreneurs: Neelofar Khan of Chilli Chutney

Work Starts On New Black Cultural Centre In Brixton

Work Starts On New Black Cultural Centre In Brixton

Renovated building to house the history of black Britain.
Discover The Dead Poets Of West Norwood Cemetery

Discover The Dead Poets Of West Norwood Cemetery

Biography, poetry and catacombs from Chris McCabe.
The True Tale Of Fanny And Stella Is No Drag

The True Tale Of Fanny And Stella Is No Drag

Story of two Victorian transvestites told in song.
MI5 File Casts Doubts On Charlie Chaplin's Walworth Roots

MI5 File Casts Doubts On Charlie Chaplin's Walworth Roots

Was Chaplin a Brummie by birthplace?
More Train Seats For London

More Train Seats For London

20% increase by 2019.
Theatre Round-Up: People / Hymn / Cocktail Sticks @ National Theatre

Theatre Round-Up: People / Hymn / Cocktail Sticks @ National Theatre

Take your pick from various bits of Alan Bennett this winter.
'FA Cup Final' To Take Place At The Oval

'FA Cup Final' To Take Place At The Oval

It's just not cricket as recreation of 1872 final takes place at Surrey's ground.
Changes To Help Cyclists Planned For Stockwell Cross

Changes To Help Cyclists Planned For Stockwell Cross

Tell TfL what you think.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Other news: protest, aliens, the DLR and a health centre with an unwanted visitor.
ISIS And Ebola: Fighting Extremes At Imperial War Museum

ISIS And Ebola: Fighting Extremes At Imperial War Museum

A look at the efforts of British armed forces abroad.
Cinema Preview: A Man's Story Plus Ozwald Boateng Q&A @ Brixton Ritzy

Cinema Preview: A Man's Story Plus Ozwald Boateng Q&A @ Brixton Ritzy

Dedicated followers of fashion won't want to miss this special screening
Follow An Alternative Guide To The Universe At Hayward Gallery

Follow An Alternative Guide To The Universe At Hayward Gallery

Art on the fringes, including benevolent aliens and paintings with healing powers.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The day's news, including another glimpse into the Olympic Park's future.
Help Save The Brixton Nuclear Dawn Mural

Help Save The Brixton Nuclear Dawn Mural

An upcoming development could obscure the local landmark.
Theatre Review: The Captain of Köpenick @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Captain of Köpenick @ National Theatre

The National's latest blockbuster is a German expressionist comedy - which is not, it turns out, a contradiction in terms.
Theatre Review: Kiss Me, Kate @ The Old Vic

Theatre Review: Kiss Me, Kate @ The Old Vic

Trevor Nunn's riveting production of the Cole Porter classic.
Protest Continues Over Plans To Close Lambeth Libraries

Protest Continues Over Plans To Close Lambeth Libraries

Carnegie library has been occupied for more than a week.
Preview: Dogme 95 Season @ The Ritzy

Preview: Dogme 95 Season @ The Ritzy

The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton celebrates the best of the Dogme 95 movement this November.
Theatre Preview: The Enlightenment Cafe @ Old Vic Tunnels

Theatre Preview: The Enlightenment Cafe @ Old Vic Tunnels

Theatre takes on science. All of it.
Electionist: Local And National Campaigns In Lambeth

Electionist: Local And National Campaigns In Lambeth

In Pictures: Southbank Centre's Festival Of Neighbourhood

In Pictures: Southbank Centre's Festival Of Neighbourhood

Explore the roof gardens and street art, or book a ticket for a festival event.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Ready, aim... invest.
Theatre Review: Duchess of Malfi @ The White Bear Theatre

Theatre Review: Duchess of Malfi @ The White Bear Theatre

Difficult to recommend it highly enough.
Councillor Involved In Stockwell Boarding School Row Resigns

Councillor Involved In Stockwell Boarding School Row Resigns

John Cherry clearly has no idea how amazing London's schoolkids are.
The Winslow Boy @ The Old Vic

The Winslow Boy @ The Old Vic

Lindsay Posner directs a beautiful, traditional piece of proper drama
The Future Of Lambeth's Libraries

The Future Of Lambeth's Libraries

Not as bad as first thought.
Theatre Review: Detroit @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Detroit @ National Theatre

A transfixing tale about breaking the monotony.
Theatre Preview: The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner @ Old Vic Tunnels

Theatre Preview: The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner @ Old Vic Tunnels

Fiona Shaw performs Coleridge's epic poem in January.
The London Group Of Artists Celebrates Its Centenary

The London Group Of Artists Celebrates Its Centenary

Over 150 artworks from established and emerging artists in a two-part exhibition.
Werner Herzog Season - Part 1 At BFI Southbank

Werner Herzog Season - Part 1 At BFI Southbank

See a selection of his early work throughout June.
Burt Bacharach Plays The Southbank Centre

Burt Bacharach Plays The Southbank Centre

The 85-year old musician offers some magic moments at the Royal Festival Hall this summer.
Preview: Imagine Children's Festival @ Southbank Centre

Preview: Imagine Children's Festival @ Southbank Centre

Tons of activities for the kids at half term and beyond.
It's Grim Up North: A Taste of Honey

It's Grim Up North: A Taste of Honey

Landmark in Northern 'kitchen sink' writing gets a well-deserved revival.
Art Review: Art Of Change @ Hayward Gallery

Art Review: Art Of Change @ Hayward Gallery

Interactive art from China that will confound, amaze and enthral. Our favourite Hayward gallery exhibition this year.
Garden Museum: Lambeth Local History

Garden Museum: Lambeth Local History

Film Preview: Screwball Season @ BFI

Film Preview: Screwball Season @ BFI

The BFI celebrates some of the finest screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s in the New Year.
South-West London TV Launches On YouTube

South-West London TV Launches On YouTube

Short vids of news and features.
Class Division, Sexual Politics And Doomed Passion In Miss Julie

Class Division, Sexual Politics And Doomed Passion In Miss Julie

Bread and Roses pub branches out into theatre.
Southbank Centre's Spring Literary Events

Southbank Centre's Spring Literary Events

Writers, poetry, SLAMS and cooking.
Sunday Seasoning #129

Sunday Seasoning #129

Clouds over the South Bank.
Three Stags

Three Stags

Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Mike Bartlett's play is nasty, brutish and short.
Table: Debut Performance At The National Theatre's The Shed

Table: Debut Performance At The National Theatre's The Shed

Six generations of family life round one table.
Preview: Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Preview: Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Films and documentaries from around the world
What Is A Kidnapping Hot Spot Not?

What Is A Kidnapping Hot Spot Not?

Streatham Celebrates Cinema Heritage At Free Film Festival

Streatham Celebrates Cinema Heritage At Free Film Festival

Four days, 12 venues, 20 films... all free.
Nature-ist: West Norwood Cemetery

Nature-ist: West Norwood Cemetery

Cemetery built on the site of the ancient Great North Wood.
Werner Herzog Season Part 2 At BFI Southbank

Werner Herzog Season Part 2 At BFI Southbank

See Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man, Into The Abyss, Bad Lieutenant and more.
Preview: Black History Month

Preview: Black History Month

Films, music, writers, food, craft and exhibitions all through October.
Preview: Unhinged Festival @ Electric Brixton

Preview: Unhinged Festival @ Electric Brixton

A mash up of live music, visual arts and partying.
Physical Theatre And Classical Acting Collide In My Perfect Mind

Physical Theatre And Classical Acting Collide In My Perfect Mind

An inspired, hilarious fusion of styles.
The Events Is A Strange And Challenging Mini-Masterpiece

The Events Is A Strange And Challenging Mini-Masterpiece

David Greig’s new play is a clever jigsaw puzzle.
Women Of The World Returns To Southbank Centre

Women Of The World Returns To Southbank Centre

Talks, performance, comedy and more.
Magic Gets Shooty With Bullet Catch

Magic Gets Shooty With Bullet Catch

Illusions, philosophy and a stunt, with Bullet Catch at The Shed.
Town Hall Free Sheets Given Deadline To Cease

Town Hall Free Sheets Given Deadline To Cease

Government threatens legal action.
"Mummy, Where's The Toilet? I Need To Do A Code Three Incident"

"Mummy, Where's The Toilet? I Need To Do A Code Three Incident"

Groove On Down The Road Really Grooves

Groove On Down The Road Really Grooves

Polished hip hop dancing from ZooNation Youth Company
Theatre Review: Love On Trial @ The Ovalhouse

Theatre Review: Love On Trial @ The Ovalhouse

A one-man show that captivated its audience.
Theatre Review: Dorothy In Oz @ Waterloo East Theatre

Theatre Review: Dorothy In Oz @ Waterloo East Theatre

A trip down the yellow brick road memory lane with adult twists on the original.
Is London Wonderground's Limbo Heaven Or Hell?

Is London Wonderground's Limbo Heaven Or Hell?

Limbo rocks the South Bank's Spiegeltent with a slice of circus heaven.
Interview: Billy Bragg And The Horrors Talk Music, London And Politics

Interview: Billy Bragg And The Horrors Talk Music, London And Politics

Backstage gossip from Winter Wonderland.
Philippine Political Art By Pio Abad

Philippine Political Art By Pio Abad

An amassed horde of silverware and classical paintings.
The Scottsboro Boys Is Damn Near Perfect

The Scottsboro Boys Is Damn Near Perfect

Kander and Ebb’s final musical has all the force of a runaway train.
Win Tickets To See Children Of The Sun At National Theatre

Win Tickets To See Children Of The Sun At National Theatre

A dark comedy from acclaimed collaborators, Howard Davies and Andrew Upton (sponsored post).
Lambeth Opens Up To Squatters

Lambeth Opens Up To Squatters

Damehood For London MP Tessa Jowell

Damehood For London MP Tessa Jowell

Tessa Jowell becomes a Dame -- but what's next?
£10m For Thirty Projects In Outer London Boroughs

£10m For Thirty Projects In Outer London Boroughs

Cash awarded to help regenerate town centres and high streets.
Review: For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond

Review: For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond

Little Big Peace Event Returns to Streatham

Little Big Peace Event Returns to Streatham

The eclectic festival includes concerts, workshops, film screenings and more.
TONIGHT: South London Art Map Last Friday

TONIGHT: South London Art Map Last Friday

Art tonight in Bermondsey, Peckham and Deptford plus open studios across Lambeth and NW10 this weekend
Happy Days Are Here Again

Happy Days Are Here Again

Juliet Stevenson knocks the socks off Beckett.
Theatre Review: The Lady's Not For Walking Like An Egyptian @ Ovalhouse Theatre

Theatre Review: The Lady's Not For Walking Like An Egyptian @ Ovalhouse Theatre

What do you get if you combine Margaret Thatcher and 80s pop?
Pay A Visit To The World Of Extreme Happiness

Pay A Visit To The World Of Extreme Happiness

An imaginative new play, at The Shed.
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

News snippets for the first day of spring. It was rather lovely today, now wasn't it?
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

Featuring rare birds, less rare actresses, defecting priests, and shiny new buildings. Amongst other things. Now, anyone seen the cat?
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Happy National Poetry Day to you.
XFM Winter Wonderland Lays On Musical Smorgasbord

XFM Winter Wonderland Lays On Musical Smorgasbord

Tuneful titbits.
Help Plant Trees In Ruskin Park, Lambeth

Help Plant Trees In Ruskin Park, Lambeth

Muck in, dig deep, get muddy.
Preview: Cecil Beaton — Theatre Of War

Preview: Cecil Beaton — Theatre Of War

250 war images from the 20th Century master.
Police@copshop.org

Police@copshop.org

Lose Your Head In The Clouds At The Southbank

Lose Your Head In The Clouds At The Southbank

Scenes from Magritte's paintings brought to surreal life in charming family show.
Heritage Lottery Fund Gives £2.5m To National Theatre Redevelopment

Heritage Lottery Fund Gives £2.5m To National Theatre Redevelopment

South Bank theatre and public spaces to be overhauled.
An Experiment To Investigate The Theatrical Properties Of Children Of The Sun

An Experiment To Investigate The Theatrical Properties Of Children Of The Sun

Applying scientific theory to the National Theatre's Maxim Gorky revival.
Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Entries from twelve London boroughs are duking it out for a £2,000 prize.
Alan Ayckbourn Classic Returns To The National

Alan Ayckbourn Classic Returns To The National

A Small Family Business appears back where it premiered in 1987.
Comedy Festivals In Ealing And Stockwell

Comedy Festivals In Ealing And Stockwell

A series of packed line-ups.
Home Sweet Empty Home

Home Sweet Empty Home

Theatre Review: Sour Lips @ Ovalhouse

Theatre Review: Sour Lips @ Ovalhouse

A thought-provoking new play about last year's Gay Girl in Damascus blog furore.
Tiergarten Before Bedtime: Emil and the Detectives @ National Theatre

Tiergarten Before Bedtime: Emil and the Detectives @ National Theatre

A Boy's Own tale of cops and robbers in Weimar Berlin.
Theatre Preview: Ten Out Of Ten @ Ovalhouse Theatre, Kennington

Theatre Preview: Ten Out Of Ten @ Ovalhouse Theatre, Kennington

Life's failures, and how they're not all bad.
Yellow Face: A Deft Deconstruction Of Race And Culture

Yellow Face: A Deft Deconstruction Of Race And Culture

David Henry Hwang's play at National Theatre's Shed.
Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre: A Musical Feast

Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre: A Musical Feast

To Hades and Back...with Swing!
Howling Hounds Upset Herne Hill

Howling Hounds Upset Herne Hill

Original New Theatre At The Shed

Original New Theatre At The Shed

12 shows. 5 days. 1 venue. What will you choose?
GTA Poster Not Loved In Lambeth

GTA Poster Not Loved In Lambeth

Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

The funnyman tells us about gigging in an upside-down purple cow.
Atmospheres 2: Day One Review

Atmospheres 2: Day One Review

On A Lear Trip At The Young Vic Theatre

On A Lear Trip At The Young Vic Theatre

Actor's life and King Lear's lines collide in this disorientating and trippy production.
Fast-Paced New Writing At The Shed

Fast-Paced New Writing At The Shed

Razor-sharp and challenging theatre: nut at The Shed.
Lambeth To Run Out Of Primary School Places By 2015

Lambeth To Run Out Of Primary School Places By 2015

Lambeth Council launches campaign to squeeze more funding from central government.
Jean Grémillon Retrospective At BFI Southbank

Jean Grémillon Retrospective At BFI Southbank

The little-known but eminently worthwhile French director gets a well-deserved retrospective next month at BFI Southbank.
In Pictures: Paralympic Torch Relay

In Pictures: Paralympic Torch Relay

Photos of yesterday's damp relay.
Atmospheres 2: Day Two Review

Atmospheres 2: Day Two Review

Library Scandal Rocks Lambeth

Library Scandal Rocks Lambeth

Straight Outta Lambeth

Straight Outta Lambeth

Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Sadness Sliced Up In The Anatomy of Melancholy

Robert Burton's "book to end all books" is brought to life in Oval.
Preview: Summer of Local Love At Lambeth Country Show

Preview: Summer of Local Love At Lambeth Country Show

Rats vs. Worms: Fight, Fight, Fight!

Rats vs. Worms: Fight, Fight, Fight!

Council Forgets To Pay Leccy Bill

Council Forgets To Pay Leccy Bill

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Blake In Lambeth Festival

Blake In Lambeth Festival

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

A Secret Garden In South London

A Secret Garden In South London

A romantic stroll with fountains and pagodas.
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

PFI Deals Get Credit Crunched

PFI Deals Get Credit Crunched

Under Pressure

Under Pressure

Lambethians Very Forgetful

Lambethians Very Forgetful

Imperial War Museum Explores Power Of Protest

Imperial War Museum Explores Power Of Protest

The harsh realities, and the people who fought it.
What's Brixton's Shipping Container Village Like?

What's Brixton's Shipping Container Village Like?

Did Pop snap and crackle?
9 Exhibitions To See (And 2 To Avoid) In London This Month

9 Exhibitions To See (And 2 To Avoid) In London This Month

Which art exhibitions are unmissable right now?
We Review The Latest Exhibitions In London

We Review The Latest Exhibitions In London

Which ones catch your eye?
The Biggest Exhibitions On Right Now: Reviewed

The Biggest Exhibitions On Right Now: Reviewed

Riots and flowers.
Which Exhibitions Should You Visit In December? Let Us Help You Out

Which Exhibitions Should You Visit In December? Let Us Help You Out

Which are you planning to see?
10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To This Month

10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To This Month

Have an arty March.
The Best Of Today's London Art Scene

The Best Of Today's London Art Scene

Stunning photography and sprawling architecture.
An Exhibition On War Movies Filled With Emotion And Nostalgia

An Exhibition On War Movies Filled With Emotion And Nostalgia

Casablanca cookbook, anyone?