Coming soon to the South Bank: the most unusual riverside pied-a-terre since David Blaine’s perspex box.
Upswing’s latest venture is an elegant, powerful portrait of loss, longing and a crisis of identity and a cross-discipline amalgamation of aerialism, animation and dance.
Until the 30th of January £17.50 gets visitors to the Design Museum’s Blueprint Cafe a Burns Night feast of yummy proportions and proper Scottish favour. A candlelit, riverside window sampling of the menu pleased our palates thoroughly, while a few bites from the non-Burns menu had us keen to return for more.
Photographer Nick Wood and design agency Hayes Davidson have drawn up some images of how the Shard will look from around London when it opens next year.
The London Eye gets through identities quicker than Dr Who. Its fourth name in 11 years is announced today.
Andy Powell spotted two basejumpers circling over Southwark amid the New Year fireworks.
A group called the 9/11 London Project Foundation is hoping to build a memorial to honour the victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks, using steel girders taken from Ground Zero.
Gordon Ramsay is to open his first restaurant south of the river, in Southwark.
Those seeking to enjoy an impressive and thoughtfully chosen range of quality beer (draft, cask and bottle) will find the latest of three Draft House pubs (this one at Tower Bridge), a fine setting for a sampling. On our invited visit, Londonist enjoyed a few …
Open for just a handful of days in December, the Skybar is a pop-up rooftop cocktail bar with enviable views of the Shard and south London.
This ethereal sketch is an artist’s impression of how the all-new concourse at London Bridge station will look.