Tagged in LITERATURE

7 Female Writers Who Broke The Rules For London

7 Female Writers Who Broke The Rules For London

London lit picks. | By Londonist
How The Bank Of England Inspired These Famous Books

How The Bank Of England Inspired These Famous Books

Austen, Dickens and Wodehouse all have connections. | By Laura Reynolds
Mapped: All Virginia Woolf's Novels

Mapped: All Virginia Woolf's Novels

Bloomsbury doesn't feature much. | By M@
London's Most Beautiful Libraries

London's Most Beautiful Libraries

History, at your fingertips. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Discover The Dark Side Of London At The Night Museum

Discover The Dark Side Of London At The Night Museum

Night-time walks and nocturnal performances. | Sponsor
Where To Celebrate The New Harry Potter Book Launch

Where To Celebrate The New Harry Potter Book Launch

Midnight parties, and a beer pong tournament. | By Laura Reynolds
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 5 May 2016

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 5 May 2016

Remember to vote, people! | By Londonist
Butterflies To Shakespeare: London's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Butterflies To Shakespeare: London's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

The best and worst from London's art scene. | By Tabish Khan
Rare Alice In Wonderland Books To Go On Display (For Just 4 Days)

Rare Alice In Wonderland Books To Go On Display (For Just 4 Days)

Including a first published edition in original condition. | By Laura Reynolds
Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

Second chance to see this outstanding creation. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Change at Macbeth for the Villains and Rivals line. | By Laura Reynolds
Benedict Cumberbatch In Action As Superhero Doctor Strange

Benedict Cumberbatch In Action As Superhero Doctor Strange

Now that’s magic. | By Stuart Black
Step Back In Time: Alternative London A-Z Describes London Of 1953

Step Back In Time: Alternative London A-Z Describes London Of 1953

1953 guide is reissued. | By Will Noble ★★★★☆
Review: Sci-Fi Play Set On Pluto Feels A Bit Distant

Review: Sci-Fi Play Set On Pluto Feels A Bit Distant

Alistair McDowell's new play at the Royal Court. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★☆☆
Review: Ayckbourn's Adulterous Romp Is A Hilarious Affair

Review: Ayckbourn's Adulterous Romp Is A Hilarious Affair

How The Other Half Loves shows absurdity of marital mix-ups. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Interview: Leo Butler On How His Play Boy Minds The Gap

Interview: Leo Butler On How His Play Boy Minds The Gap

And how it's important to keep up with yoof speak. | By Neil Dowden
15 Dickens Characters With Really Silly Names

15 Dickens Characters With Really Silly Names

If you thought Mr Bumble was daft... | By M@
Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Lorraine Hansberry's little known play gets due attention. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Join In A Londonwide Book Club With Cityread

Join In A Londonwide Book Club With Cityread

Start reading Gillian Slovo's Ten Days. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Renee Zellweger Returns To London To Have Bridget Jones’s Baby

Renee Zellweger Returns To London To Have Bridget Jones’s Baby

Watch the new trailer. | By Stuart Black
'Walking Writing Workshop' Explores Balham To Brixton At Night

'Walking Writing Workshop' Explores Balham To Brixton At Night

Event launches first Balham Literary Festival. | By Laura Reynolds
North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

A day of free events in Hendon. | By Laura Reynolds
14 Independent London Bookshops To Follow On Instagram

14 Independent London Bookshops To Follow On Instagram

Just in time for World Book Day. | By Laura Reynolds
London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

A helping hand for costume-weary parents. | By Laura Reynolds
Celebrate Roald Dahl's Centenary At Southbank Centre

Celebrate Roald Dahl's Centenary At Southbank Centre

Author's work takes centre stage at Imagine Children's Festival. | By Laura Reynolds
Beatrix Potter's London

Beatrix Potter's London

Not such a country bumpkin after all. | By Laura Reynolds
 AA Milne's London

AA Milne's London

The London haunts of the author and his creation, Winnie The Pooh. | By Laura Reynolds
Go Behind The Scenes Of Dickensian

Go Behind The Scenes Of Dickensian

Props from the TV show at the original author's house. | By Laura Reynolds
Alice Travels Down The Rabbit-hole At The British Library

Alice Travels Down The Rabbit-hole At The British Library

Flamingo and hedgehog croquet anyone? | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Review: West African Culture Arrives At The British Library

Review: West African Culture Arrives At The British Library

Find out how the banjo evolved. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Three Authors And Their Art At Museum Of Curiosities

Three Authors And Their Art At Museum Of Curiosities

Mingling with art and literature. | By Sarah Stewart ★★★☆☆
Bill Bryson And Sandi Toksvig To Appear At Write On Kew

Bill Bryson And Sandi Toksvig To Appear At Write On Kew

Literature festival brings big names to west London. | By Laura Reynolds
A Pop-Up Tiger And Other Animal Tales At The British Library

A Pop-Up Tiger And Other Animal Tales At The British Library

Celebrating animals in literature. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Is The Oscar Wilde Memorial A Bench?

Is The Oscar Wilde Memorial A Bench?

To sit, or not to sit? | By Laura Reynolds
5 Things To Do At London Short Story Festival

5 Things To Do At London Short Story Festival

From food to fairy tales. | By Laura Reynolds
See Magna Carta And Its Legacy At The British Library

See Magna Carta And Its Legacy At The British Library

Seminal document gets public airing. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
North London Literary Festival Brings Free Events To Hendon

North London Literary Festival Brings Free Events To Hendon

Three days of free writer talks. | By Laura Reynolds
The Curious London Of Alice In Wonderland

The Curious London Of Alice In Wonderland

A different sort of underground in London. | By Laura Reynolds
Antonia Fraser And Michael Rosen Join Daunt Books Festival

Antonia Fraser And Michael Rosen Join Daunt Books Festival

Sorry, Michael Palin tickets sold out. | By Laura Reynolds
Parents: Free Books For Your Kids This Half Term

Parents: Free Books For Your Kids This Half Term

London Children's Book Swap returns on Saturday. | By Laura Reynolds
Imagine A Wonderland At Southbank Centre Children's Festival

Imagine A Wonderland At Southbank Centre Children's Festival

Celebrate 150 years of Alice this half term. | By Laura Reynolds
Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Create a new modern folk tale. | By Londonist
London Book And Poetry Events: 13-19 November 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 13-19 November 2014

The best poetry, books and spoken word in one wordy bundle. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 November 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 November 2014

Stephen King's new book has a midnight launch. | By Laura Reynolds
Local Photos And Famous Faces At Richmond Literature Festival

Local Photos And Famous Faces At Richmond Literature Festival

Sheila Hancock, Jacqueline Wilson and other bookish beings. | By Laura Reynolds
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
London Book And Poetry Events: 23-29 October 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 23-29 October 2014

Roy Keane vs Roddy Doyle and Bojo's new book. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 16-22 October 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 16-22 October 2014

Lots of debut novelists on the scene this week. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 9-15 October 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 9-15 October 2014

John Cleese, Hilary Mantel and Julie Burchill. | By Laura Reynolds
Embrace Your Inner Author At Two New Literary Festivals

Embrace Your Inner Author At Two New Literary Festivals

SE21 and NW6 debut their book festivals this month. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 2-8 October 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 2-8 October 2014

'Books About Town' benches are up for auction. | By Laura Reynolds
Where To Celebrate National Poetry Day Tomorrow

Where To Celebrate National Poetry Day Tomorrow

From Bloomsbury Hotel to London Zoo. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 25 September-1 October 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 25 September-1 October 2014

Stephen Fry's in town. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 18-24 September 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 18-24 September 2014

Ted Hughes, Tennessee Williams, Andrew Marr and more. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 11-17 September 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 11-17 September 2014

Taxidermy, lions and war poetry. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 4-10 September 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 4-10 September 2014

Michael Palin, Clare Balding and naked readings. | By Laura Reynolds
Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Tickets on sale 10am today. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 28 August-3 September 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 28 August-3 September 2014

David Mitchell's The Bone Clocks is this week's big news. | By Laura Reynolds
Battersea Literature Festival Includes A Window With A View - And An Author

Battersea Literature Festival Includes A Window With A View - And An Author

Also see Joanne Harris, Richard Curtis and Mark Billingham. | By Laura Reynolds
London Book And Poetry Events: 21-27 August 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 21-27 August 2014

Adult storytelling, understanding Shakespeare and BBC Proms. | By Laura Reynolds