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Things You Might Not Have Done On South Bank

Things You Might Not Have Done On South Bank

Including a little-known museum and an archbishop's home. | By Laura Reynolds
London's South Bank: An A-Z Of Winter Wonders

London's South Bank: An A-Z Of Winter Wonders

Sausages and cinema. | Sponsor
Why The Hell Do People Go To The Clink Prison Museum?

Why The Hell Do People Go To The Clink Prison Museum?

Is it a freak show or a proper history museum? | By Howard Ryland
The Best London Apps For Families

The Best London Apps For Families

Enjoy London with the family this summer: there's an app for that. | By Zoe Craig
Things to Do Today In London: Thursday 26 May 2016

Things to Do Today In London: Thursday 26 May 2016

Discover Regent's Park's mosque. | By Londonist
KERB Street Food Market Returns With Spiciest Line Up Yet

KERB Street Food Market Returns With Spiciest Line Up Yet

Time to put some hot things in your mouth. | By Helen Graves
Another Summer Of Udderbelly Laughs At The Southbank

Another Summer Of Udderbelly Laughs At The Southbank

The purple cow is back. | By Lettie Mckie
Warm Your Cockles With A Firewalk

Warm Your Cockles With A Firewalk

And raise money for charity. | By Laura Reynolds
Enjoy A Unique Valentine's Day On London's South Bank

Enjoy A Unique Valentine's Day On London's South Bank

The perfect place to make a romantic statement. | By Londonist
Make It Your New Year's Resolution To Explore South Bank

Make It Your New Year's Resolution To Explore South Bank

Oodles to see and do. | By Londonist
Deal Of The Day: Oysters And Chips On A Bus

Deal Of The Day: Oysters And Chips On A Bus

Dinner for a tenner. | Sponsor
Echoes Of Ed Miliband In Globe's Shakespeare Tragedy

Echoes Of Ed Miliband In Globe's Shakespeare Tragedy

Which also echoes his failure to wow. | By BelindaL
Fairytale Yurt Comes To South Bank

Fairytale Yurt Comes To South Bank

Storytelling for grown ups and little ones. | By Laura Reynolds
Deal Of The Day: 25% Off Posh Seats At Scotch & Soda Circus

Deal Of The Day: 25% Off Posh Seats At Scotch & Soda Circus

Extravaganza in a spiegeltent. | Sponsor
Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

Do we want to watch this National Theatre piece? | By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
Celluloid City: An Epic Season Of London On Film At BFI

Celluloid City: An Epic Season Of London On Film At BFI

Over 200 films from the last 120 years. | By Stuart Black
Deal Of The Day: Scotch And Soda Circus At London Wonderground

Deal Of The Day: Scotch And Soda Circus At London Wonderground

£20 for the posh seats, or £15 for stalls. | Sponsor
Deal Of The Day: Celebrate The Opening Of London Wonderground For £10

Deal Of The Day: Celebrate The Opening Of London Wonderground For £10

Acrobatics, juggling, burlesque and... extreme cards? | Sponsor
Deal Of The Day: £5 Comedy At Udderbelly Festival

Deal Of The Day: £5 Comedy At Udderbelly Festival

Comedy trio WitTank bring the funny to Udderbelly. | Sponsor
The Things You Can Do In A Simple Space

The Things You Can Do In A Simple Space

How the heck did they manage THAT? | By Laura Reynolds ★★★★★
Martin Scorsese Takes Part In Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

Martin Scorsese Takes Part In Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

Landmark films and a Thames cruise too. | By Tiffany Pritchard
Talking Bull: The Udderbelly Returns

Talking Bull: The Udderbelly Returns

Southbank’s comedy cow is back. | By Londonist
We Get Touchy Feely In Hug

We Get Touchy Feely In Hug

Choral cuddling at Southbank. | By Londonist ★☆☆☆☆
Blindfolded, Sung To And Hugged: New Show Will Invade Your Space

Blindfolded, Sung To And Hugged: New Show Will Invade Your Space

Touchy feely at Southbank Centre. | By Chris Lockie
Cutting Edge Audiovisual Artists From Canada Come To The BFI

Cutting Edge Audiovisual Artists From Canada Come To The BFI

A treat for the eyes and ears. | By James Drury
Avoid The Valentine's Cliches With Film Stars And Fish

Avoid The Valentine's Cliches With Film Stars And Fish

Dine with Brangelina, or come face to face with sharks. | Sponsor
Spend Valentine's Day On South Bank

Spend Valentine's Day On South Bank

Plenty to do for couples and the unattached. | By Londonist
Indian History Becomes Intoxicating Theatre In Dara

Indian History Becomes Intoxicating Theatre In Dara

Family drama and a timely dissection of Islam. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Blow Away The Winter Cobwebs On South Bank

Blow Away The Winter Cobwebs On South Bank

Theatre, dining and more to see you through January. | By Londonist
South Bank London Has Christmas All Wrapped Up

South Bank London Has Christmas All Wrapped Up

Festive food, film, theatre and freebies to be found. | By Londonist
Graffiti Sessions Explore Issues Around Street Art

Graffiti Sessions Explore Issues Around Street Art

Legal and illegal. | By Londonist Staff
See The Best Press Photos Of The Year At Southbank Centre

See The Best Press Photos Of The Year At Southbank Centre

Powerful pictures of news, sport and people. | By Londonist Staff
The Force Is Strong With BFI Star Wars Event

The Force Is Strong With BFI Star Wars Event

This IS the event you're looking for. | By Stuart Black
Here Lies Love: Fatboy Slim And David Byrne's Opening Party Triumph

Here Lies Love: Fatboy Slim And David Byrne's Opening Party Triumph

Dancing shoes at the ready. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Video: London Film Festival Director Picks Her Top Flicks

Video: London Film Festival Director Picks Her Top Flicks

Clare Stewart gives us the inside track. | By Tiffany Pritchard
Face The Deep After Dark At London Aquarium Lates

Face The Deep After Dark At London Aquarium Lates

Go on, take the plunge. | Sponsor
The Black Cat Cabaret Will Have You Purring

The Black Cat Cabaret Will Have You Purring

The Southbank gets a taste of La Rive Gauche. | By Stuart Black
Glorious Dance On Film This Month At BFI Southbank

Glorious Dance On Film This Month At BFI Southbank

And not a street dancer in sight. | By Lindsey
Helen McCrory Delivers Tension And Thrills In Medea

Helen McCrory Delivers Tension And Thrills In Medea

Ancient Greek horrors for the modern age. | By Tiffany Pritchard
New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

They're very funny, but don't hold that against them. | By Chris Lockie
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. | By helenbabbs
Ticket Alert: Watch National Theatre Plays On A Rooftop Screen

Ticket Alert: Watch National Theatre Plays On A Rooftop Screen

Catch up with One Man, Two Guvnors and London Assurance. | By Laura Reynolds
Festival Of Love Launches At Southbank Centre

Festival Of Love Launches At Southbank Centre

Playground slides, water fountains and a programme of love-based events. | By Laura Reynolds
Meltdown Festival Round-Up Review And Pictures

Meltdown Festival Round-Up Review And Pictures

Highlights from a dark and dirty week of events. | By Stuart Black
New Music Biennial Showcases Weird And Wonderful Southbank Sounds

New Music Biennial Showcases Weird And Wonderful Southbank Sounds

For those who like their classical music fresh off the bone. | By Chris Lockie
Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

An epic telling of an epic story. | By DannyH
Moody Meltdown Starts Strong At The Weekend

Moody Meltdown Starts Strong At The Weekend

James Lavelle, Chrissie Hynde and Gilles Peterson at the Southbank Centre. | By Stuart Black
A Simple Space At Udderbelly

A Simple Space At Udderbelly

Amazing Anti-Gravity Acts by Awesome Aussie Acrobats. | By Sarah Stewart
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. | By Sarah Stewart
A Load of Rubbish At The Southbank

A Load of Rubbish At The Southbank

Forget chocolate eggs, it's all about black bin liners. | By helenbabbs
James Bond And Olympics Maestro Makes Live London Debut

James Bond And Olympics Maestro Makes Live London Debut

David Arnold at the Royal Festival Hall in July. | By Chris Lockie
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse’s First Opera Sends Tingles Down The Spine

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse’s First Opera Sends Tingles Down The Spine

The perfect setting for Francesco Cavalli's L'Ormindo. | By Sam Smith
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. | By Londonist
A Once In A Lifetime Lear At The National Theatre

A Once In A Lifetime Lear At The National Theatre

Simon Russell Beale is titanic in Sam Mendes’ mind-blowing production | By Stuart Black
London Food And Drink News: 19 December 2013

London Food And Drink News: 19 December 2013

Pop-ups, marmite and the US of A. | By Ben Norum
This Weekend: London Chocolate Festival

This Weekend: London Chocolate Festival

Chocoholics rejoice! | By Ben Norum
See London's Almost Lost Landmarks At Wellington Arch

See London's Almost Lost Landmarks At Wellington Arch

A bulldozed Soho and a concrete clad Covent Garden? | By BelindaL
Highs And Lows At The Light Princess

Highs And Lows At The Light Princess

The National Theatre’s new musical delights visually, but disappoints aurally. | By Ruth Hargreaves
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. | By M@
Edward II Plays Dirty At The National Theatre

Edward II Plays Dirty At The National Theatre

See a classic from an entirely new viewpoint. | By Ruth Hargreaves