Tagged in POETRY

Bet We'll Surprise You With This A-Z Of Tube Trivia

Bet We'll Surprise You With This A-Z Of Tube Trivia

Underground poetry. | By M@
These Poems Should Be Plastered On Underground Trains

These Poems Should Be Plastered On Underground Trains

Thomas, Tennyson and Rossetti. | By Will Noble
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 19-20 November 2016

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 19-20 November 2016

Christmas markets and antique fairs. | By Chloe Koura
Mapped: Where London's Lost Poets Are Buried

Mapped: Where London's Lost Poets Are Buried

Chris McCabe digs up the past. | By Harry Rosehill
Free And Cheap London Events: 24-30 October 2016

Free And Cheap London Events: 24-30 October 2016

Marvel at photos of Iceland's changing landscape - for free. | By Londonist
Free And Cheap London Events: 17-23 October 2016

Free And Cheap London Events: 17-23 October 2016

See striking London photos or watch a harvest festival for less than £5. | By Londonist
Londonist Out Loud: The Waste Land

Londonist Out Loud: The Waste Land

Tracing TS Eliot. | By N Quentin Woolf
30 Years Of Poems On The Underground: Your Poems

30 Years Of Poems On The Underground: Your Poems

Angel is the cruellest stop... | By Londonist Staff
Send Us Your Poetry: 30 Years Of Poems On The Underground

Send Us Your Poetry: 30 Years Of Poems On The Underground

We'll publish the best on the site. | By Will Noble
Linton Kwesi Johnson To Headline Globe Road Poetry Festival

Linton Kwesi Johnson To Headline Globe Road Poetry Festival

Celebrating the diverse poetic traditions of London's East End. | Sponsor
New Young Poet Laureate For London Revealed

New Young Poet Laureate For London Revealed

We speak to Selina Nwulu on her new role. | By Kyra Hanson
Poetry In The Piazza

Poetry In The Piazza

London Transport Museum invites you to celebrate National Poetry Day. | By Londonist
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
An Ode To The Oyster Card

An Ode To The Oyster Card

Or why you should NOT always touch in and out. | By M@
Explore A World Of Poetry At The Southbank Centre

Explore A World Of Poetry At The Southbank Centre

Poetry International festival is back. | By Zoe Craig
The Last Word Festival: Picks From The Performers Themselves

The Last Word Festival: Picks From The Performers Themselves

Top tips from the tongue-tastic. | By Londonist
Michael Rosen And John Hegley Celebrate Legacy Of Keats

Michael Rosen And John Hegley Celebrate Legacy Of Keats

Performances, talks, films, workshops. | By Will Noble
Reasons You Shouldn't Miss Standby For Tape Back-Up

Reasons You Shouldn't Miss Standby For Tape Back-Up

Ross Sutherland's exquisite mash-up of poetry and 90s TV. | By Rachel Holdsworth ★★★★★
Fraff: Poetry For Drunks, Dyslexics And Weirdos

Fraff: Poetry For Drunks, Dyslexics And Weirdos

Not for fans of Pam Ayres. | By Lindsey
World War One By Way Of Sparta And Manchester

World War One By Way Of Sparta And Manchester

Monkey Poet's individual take on war poetry. | By Rachel Holdsworth ★★★☆☆
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
London Poetry: Fleet Street By Monkey Poet

London Poetry: Fleet Street By Monkey Poet

Comedy + poetry + social commentary. | By Rachel Holdsworth
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