A splendid model Spitalfields and a Twitter hashtag combine in this fun snow-based idea.
The Snowman and Christmas go together like snow and TfL apologies so it’s unsurprising that this largely wordless adaption by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre of Raymond Brigg’s 1978 graphic novel is returning to Sadler’s Wells’ Peacock Theatre.
Every week we select a photo from the Londonist Flickr pool, taken in the last seven days, that illustrates this season or time of year in London. This week, we see the remnants of the snow on Hampstead Heath, shot by james_whitty.
A topical poem about snow, by a former poet laureate.
If you’ve got no place to go, today is a textbook winter wonderland in London. If, like most people, you’ve got to travel in for work, well the going is still tough. Let us know how you got on…
Southeastern Trains have yet again produced a bad weather communications policy that is magnificent in its scarcity, despite the huge outcry that greeted the snow debacle in January.
Sutton police rush snowbound surgeon to life-saving operation.
A man. On a unicycle. In the snow. What was he thinking?
A recap of Monday’s news from around town, including a Bishop bashing the Royal Wedding, and a prediction of snow for later in the week.
Image by James.D. from the Londonist Flickr pool No, no no no. We’ve only just stopped having flashbacks from January’s snow and there’s more on the way? The Met Office have issued warnings of heavy snow for London and the South East for tomorrow and …
Ain’t seen no snow around here: how’s it your way? Burundi is better than Plaistow: discuss. A mugger’s lament… Van Gogh in letters. Coming to the RA. Do not miss. A new prison is proposed for Dagenham. No comment – but you can here. Islington’s …