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11 exhibitions you won't want to miss in September

11 exhibitions you won't want to miss in September

Exhibitions and art fairs for every taste.
Why Has This Old South London Library Been Filled With Hundreds Of Eggs?

Why Has This Old South London Library Been Filled With Hundreds Of Eggs?

Egg puns at the ready
Some New Public Art South Of The River

Some New Public Art South Of The River

Slow down commuters.
See Photos Of London From Historic England's Archive

See Photos Of London From Historic England's Archive

Beautiful historic photographs of London
How To Get The Most Out Of Borough Market

How To Get The Most Out Of Borough Market

Have you been on the guided tour yet?
The best and worst exhibitions on in London right now

The best and worst exhibitions on in London right now

Be alone in the woods or see how silence leads to violence.
Why Is This Bit Of The Square Mile South Of The River?

Why Is This Bit Of The Square Mile South Of The River?

Boundary oddity.
Obscure Pub Wins Borough Vote

Obscure Pub Wins Borough Vote

The votes are in... and surprising.
Ancient Ruins, Listed Buildings, And The Rest Of Bermondsey In Photos

Ancient Ruins, Listed Buildings, And The Rest Of Bermondsey In Photos

Never been? It looks like this
The best pubs in Crystal Palace.

The best pubs in Crystal Palace.

Where the votes went.
Top Independent Shops In... Crystal Palace

Top Independent Shops In... Crystal Palace

Shops worth leaving Zone 1 for.
Why Do The Guns Of HMS Belfast Point At A Motorway Service Station?

Why Do The Guns Of HMS Belfast Point At A Motorway Service Station?

What has the ship got against Scratchwood?
Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Southwark

Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Southwark

From the banks of the Thames down to Peckham, here's the best of the borough.
Laser Light Show To Inaugurate The Shard

Laser Light Show To Inaugurate The Shard

Giant structure to zap 15 London landmarks on 5 July.
7 Alternative Family Days Out In London

7 Alternative Family Days Out In London

Do something different.
Borough Market Extends Opening Hours

Borough Market Extends Opening Hours

Fancy lunch on Monday or Tuesday? See you there.
Ticket Alert: Walk Through Brunel's Thames Tunnel

Ticket Alert: Walk Through Brunel's Thames Tunnel

Very rare chance to see the famous brickwork up close.
What's The Best Pub In Kennington And Oval?

What's The Best Pub In Kennington And Oval?

The results are in. Now join us on the pub crawl.
The 10 Best Family-Friendly Art Galleries In London

The 10 Best Family-Friendly Art Galleries In London

Educate and entertain your kids.
Garden Bridge Over The Thames Moves Forward

Garden Bridge Over The Thames Moves Forward

Public consultation begins today.
London's Forgotten Disasters: The Capital's Greatest Tragedy

London's Forgotten Disasters: The Capital's Greatest Tragedy

The fire that killed 3,000.
Where To Get Gelato In London

Where To Get Gelato In London

Fantastico frozen treats.
First Restaurant In The Shard To Open

First Restaurant In The Shard To Open

Oblix opens on the building's 32nd floor this week.
What's The Best Pub In Peckham And Camberwell? The Results

What's The Best Pub In Peckham And Camberwell? The Results

Join us on a pub crawl.
Photos: Workers Building The Top Of The Shard

Photos: Workers Building The Top Of The Shard

The highest job in town (steward at the Notting Hill Carnival notwithstanding).
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.
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.
Hungerford Bridge Skateboard Graveyard Disturbed

Hungerford Bridge Skateboard Graveyard Disturbed

Desecration or art?
11 Art Exhibitions To Look Forward To In 2015

11 Art Exhibitions To Look Forward To In 2015

Rubens, Goya, Hepworth and more.
Consultation Opens For Bakerloo Line Extension

Consultation Opens For Bakerloo Line Extension

Hold onto your hats, South East London.
Inside The Globe's New Candlelit Theatre

Inside The Globe's New Candlelit Theatre

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse is exquisite.
Roman Remains Found Beneath London Bridge Station

Roman Remains Found Beneath London Bridge Station

Boom time for archaeologists of Londinium.
Disruption At London Bridge Station: What's Happening?

Disruption At London Bridge Station: What's Happening?

Behind the scenes of the station's rebuild.
Social Cleansing And Gentrification — The Fightback

Social Cleansing And Gentrification — The Fightback

Londoners take on developers with the help of new handbook.
Video: Where Can You Visit Four Boroughs In Less Than A Minute?

Video: Where Can You Visit Four Boroughs In Less Than A Minute?

London's equivalent to the USA's Four Corners.
Oddities Of London's Borough Borders

Oddities Of London's Borough Borders

Including a park that straddles two boroughs.
Lost Rivers from Above: The Peck

Lost Rivers from Above: The Peck

The Best Pubs In Dulwich

The Best Pubs In Dulwich

Join us for a pub crawl around the winners.
What's For Lunch? Maloko, Camberwell

What's For Lunch? Maloko, Camberwell

A Cameroonian creperie with added hippy chic.
London's Little Gardens: Gibbon's Rent

London's Little Gardens: Gibbon's Rent

Not a primate in sight.
Free Film Screenings At The Scoop In September

Free Film Screenings At The Scoop In September

Summer isn't quite over...
Shard Viewing Gallery Tickets On Sale Tomorrow

Shard Viewing Gallery Tickets On Sale Tomorrow

It'll cost £24.95 / £18.95 for London's highest view.
Escape Rooms: Will You Make It Out In Time?

Escape Rooms: Will You Make It Out In Time?

Crack the codes to the Pharaoh's Chamber.
Hand-Drawn Panorama Of London From The Shard

Hand-Drawn Panorama Of London From The Shard

Inspired by 17th Century artists.
Kraftwerk To Perform At Tate Modern

Kraftwerk To Perform At Tate Modern

Electronic music pioneers come to the Turbine Hall.
Statue Of Dr Salter Stolen From Bermondsey

Statue Of Dr Salter Stolen From Bermondsey

One of London's most poignant memorials is stolen.
Maltby Street Market: Our Perfect Menu

Maltby Street Market: Our Perfect Menu

Our highlights from under the arches at south London's foodie sensation.
Giant Image Of Royal Family On The South Bank

Giant Image Of Royal Family On The South Bank

Ultimate bunting.
Preview: Films on the Flytower @ National Theatre

Preview: Films on the Flytower @ National Theatre

Snuggle down under the stars on the roof of the National Theatre for some classic al fresco movies.
Borough Market Is A Thousand Years Old

Borough Market Is A Thousand Years Old

Celebrate Borough’s millennium.
The Shard Is Being Lit Up Every Night Until New Year

The Shard Is Being Lit Up Every Night Until New Year

Cue a million social media posts.
Interview: Street Artist Stik

Interview: Street Artist Stik

The famous street artist is reinterpreting old master paintings in Dulwich.
Who Is The Phantom Cheesecake Deliverer Of SE1?

Who Is The Phantom Cheesecake Deliverer Of SE1?

Setchell Estate residents receiving mysterious deliveries.
Spectacular Landscape Photographs In Waterloo Station

Spectacular Landscape Photographs In Waterloo Station

The UK's best landscape images.
Video: What's It Like Busking On The South Bank?

Video: What's It Like Busking On The South Bank?

We chat with singer-songwriter Charlotte Campbell.
Lovely London Town: The A-Z Of Mrs P

Lovely London Town: The A-Z Of Mrs P

A musical mappy fable.
10 Ways To Have An Historic Christmas In London

10 Ways To Have An Historic Christmas In London

Time travel through retro jumpers, Dickens and Tudor feasts.
Friday Photos: Borough Market

Friday Photos: Borough Market

It's 1000 years old, don't cha know.
Free Films In Peckham And Nunhead

Free Films In Peckham And Nunhead

Movies for zero pence in unusual locales.
Could Peckham Be The Site For London's High Line?

Could Peckham Be The Site For London's High Line?

We hope so.
Sneak Peek: Shard Tests Laser Beams And Lights Ahead Of Show

Sneak Peek: Shard Tests Laser Beams And Lights Ahead Of Show

Organisers of Thursday's light show try to sneak in a late night rehearsal.
What Do You Think Of This New Tube Roundel?

What Do You Think Of This New Tube Roundel?

You can see it from tomorrow.
London Dungeon Moving West

London Dungeon Moving West

The tourist hangout is off to Waterloo.
Girls At University? Preposterous: Blue Stockings At The Globe

Girls At University? Preposterous: Blue Stockings At The Globe

A group of girls fight for their right to a university education.
Time Travel London: Return Of The Crystal Palace

Time Travel London: Return Of The Crystal Palace

The giant glass building burned down in 1936. But now it's back.
In Pictures: The Shard Laser Show

In Pictures: The Shard Laser Show

Thousands flock to light show on the Thames
Where's The Best Pub In Peckham And Camberwell?

Where's The Best Pub In Peckham And Camberwell?

Vote, then join us for a crawl round the best.
A First Look At The New Tate Modern

A First Look At The New Tate Modern

Gallery opens Friday.
Frank's Rooftop Cafe In Peckham Reopens This Weekend

Frank's Rooftop Cafe In Peckham Reopens This Weekend

The best views of London from south of the river.
Try To Survive In An Underground Zombie Blitz

Try To Survive In An Underground Zombie Blitz

Nazi-zombie frightfest.
Everything You Need To Know About London's Newest Cinema

Everything You Need To Know About London's Newest Cinema

Cocktails, charcuterie and cinema come to East Dulwich.
Shard Luck: Paris To Build Europe's Tallest Skyscraper

Shard Luck: Paris To Build Europe's Tallest Skyscraper

To add insult to injury, the architect is British...
Preview: World Street Food Festival

Preview: World Street Food Festival

Get your Jubilee yums from the Southbank.
Concerts In A Car Park, Peckham Style

Concerts In A Car Park, Peckham Style

Sibelius meets Skoda.
Final Section Of Overground Network Opens In South London

Final Section Of Overground Network Opens In South London

Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction, now in ginger.
Unexploded WW2 Bomb Found In Bermondsey

Unexploded WW2 Bomb Found In Bermondsey

Army attempting to defuse it.
Help Build A Maze Of Books And Lego World Map @ Southbank Centre

Help Build A Maze Of Books And Lego World Map @ Southbank Centre

Volunteers needed to make two projects happen.
How The King Of Norway Pulled Down London Bridge

How The King Of Norway Pulled Down London Bridge

And how we were OK about it.
Frank's Cafe In Peckham Opens This Weekend

Frank's Cafe In Peckham Opens This Weekend

Rooftop bar opens for another year.
Borough Market Launches New Interactive Map

Borough Market Launches New Interactive Map

Pinpoint traders from your phone.
Best New Food Shops: B Street Deli

Best New Food Shops: B Street Deli

B for brilliant? Yes!
What's The Best Pub In Borough And Southwark?

What's The Best Pub In Borough And Southwark?

Vote now, then join us on the pub crawl.
Tonight: Channel 4 Documentary On The Shard

Tonight: Channel 4 Documentary On The Shard

Divisive skyscraper in the spotlight.
New Market Hall Opens At Borough Market

New Market Hall Opens At Borough Market

Growing fruit, flowers, herbs, olives and even hops.
A Tour Of Bermondsey With Saint Saviour

A Tour Of Bermondsey With Saint Saviour

Singer-songwriter takes us on a tour.
New-Look Jubilee Gardens Open In Time For Jubilee

New-Look Jubilee Gardens Open In Time For Jubilee

A significant facelift for that empty field next to the London Eye.
Fed-Up Commuters Take A New Type Of Train

Fed-Up Commuters Take A New Type Of Train

We join the Bike Train.
Rooftop Film Club: Outdoor Screenings In Shoreditch, Peckham And Kensington

Rooftop Film Club: Outdoor Screenings In Shoreditch, Peckham And Kensington

Watch films under the skies, above the roads, at three London venues.
Abstract Maps Of London

Abstract Maps Of London

Chelsea and Elephant and Castle as works of art.
Inside The View From The Shard

Inside The View From The Shard

A few thoughts on London's loftiest attraction.
April's Most Talked About New Art Exhibitions

April's Most Talked About New Art Exhibitions

Colourful nets, raw meat and Crimea in this month's new art exhibitions.
Secret London At Night: The Photography Of Edo Zollo, Reviewed

Secret London At Night: The Photography Of Edo Zollo, Reviewed

A tribute to the people watchers.
Art Review: Light Show @ Hayward Gallery

Art Review: Light Show @ Hayward Gallery

Prepare to be dazzled.
Blackfriars Station's Bankside Ticket Hall Opens

Blackfriars Station's Bankside Ticket Hall Opens

New ticket hall, and the Thames Path, opened yesterday.
London Bridge Tests Olympic Queueing System During Jubilee

London Bridge Tests Olympic Queueing System During Jubilee

And a weekday test will happen on Thursday.
A Surreal Dusk Performance In Nunhead Cemetery

A Surreal Dusk Performance In Nunhead Cemetery

Try Biped's Monitor.
December's Most Talked About New Art Exhibitions

December's Most Talked About New Art Exhibitions

Lots of new art shows, but what's worth seeing?
Southwark "Supertram" Could Link London Bridge And Denmark Hill

Southwark "Supertram" Could Link London Bridge And Denmark Hill

Is a new tram network for south London on the cards?
Last Day For The London Dungeon

Last Day For The London Dungeon

Popular attraction moving to County Hall.
May's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

May's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Guns, taxidermy, a birthday and a molten drum kit.
Fukushima To Tie Dye: London's Most Talked About Exhibitions

Fukushima To Tie Dye: London's Most Talked About Exhibitions

A condensed view of London's art scene.
What's Happening At Camberwell Green?

What's Happening At Camberwell Green?

South London park gets a facelift.
London's Largest Advert To Be Hung From South Bank Tower

London's Largest Advert To Be Hung From South Bank Tower

Huge billboard ads planned for King's Reach Tower.
Six Films About 50 Years Of The London Boroughs

Six Films About 50 Years Of The London Boroughs

London's Screen Archives digs out some gems.
Cross Bones Graveyard To Get A Public Garden

Cross Bones Graveyard To Get A Public Garden

Southwark site to be beautified.
Bonkers Twelfth Night Celebrations This Sunday

Bonkers Twelfth Night Celebrations This Sunday

Meet outside the Globe.
Historic Maps Of Southwark Published Online

Historic Maps Of Southwark Published Online

Mapping the borough from the 16th century through to the present day.
Video: Cleaning Windows At The Top Of The Shard

Video: Cleaning Windows At The Top Of The Shard

Jaunty film at 802 feet up.
Guy's Hospital Tower To Finally Get A Facelift?

Guy's Hospital Tower To Finally Get A Facelift?

Shard neighbour to get a spit and polish.
Police Called Following Attempt To Scale The Shard

Police Called Following Attempt To Scale The Shard

Vertiginous drama in SE1.
Southbank Tower To Grow Six Floors Taller Following Cash Injection

Southbank Tower To Grow Six Floors Taller Following Cash Injection

King's Reach plans get a cash injection.
Charles Dickens Dog And Pot Sculpture Unveiled In Southwark

Charles Dickens Dog And Pot Sculpture Unveiled In Southwark

Replica of a shop sign immortalised by Dickens re-erected.
The Day Part Of Southwark Bridge Exploded

The Day Part Of Southwark Bridge Exploded

Kingsway fire is nothing new.
The Power Of Performance Art At Tate Modern: Review

The Power Of Performance Art At Tate Modern: Review

Shooting an artwork and a fake Instagram profile.
Preview: Peckham And Nunhead Free Film Festival

Preview: Peckham And Nunhead Free Film Festival

Stunning site-specific screenings in SE15.
Top 10 Art Exhibitions To See In June 2016

Top 10 Art Exhibitions To See In June 2016

Most talked-about exhibitions.
Southwark Tube Station To Get 300 New Homes in TfL Property Deal

Southwark Tube Station To Get 300 New Homes in TfL Property Deal

Joint partnership with Development Securities.
Further Elephant And Castle Plans Revealed

Further Elephant And Castle Plans Revealed

Extensive regeneration plans unveiled for leisure centre in the central concourse.
Elephant & Castle Skyscraper Approved

Elephant & Castle Skyscraper Approved

Tickling the heavens in SE1.
Construction On "Boomerang" Tower To Start

Construction On "Boomerang" Tower To Start

While in Docklands, plans are afoot for the country's second tallest skyscraper.
Vegetarian London: Arabica Bar And Kitchen Review

Vegetarian London: Arabica Bar And Kitchen Review

Middle Eastern street food in Borough Market.
Light Art To Business Cards: January's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Light Art To Business Cards: January's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

From Peckham to Mayfair.
New Exhibition Celebrates Stockwell Bus Garage

New Exhibition Celebrates Stockwell Bus Garage

See the concrete marvel inside another concrete marvel: the Royal Festival Hall.
A-Z Pub Crawl: The Best Pubs In Kennington And Oval

A-Z Pub Crawl: The Best Pubs In Kennington And Oval

Vote for your favourites, then join us on the pub crawl.
What's The Best Pub In Crystal Palace?

What's The Best Pub In Crystal Palace?

Vote now, join us on the pub crawl soon.
The Victorian Critics, And A Dog, Who Hated Tower Bridge

The Victorian Critics, And A Dog, Who Hated Tower Bridge

A childish, ugly structure. And one that confuses canines.
July's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

July's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Nuclear explosions, hooded figures and fleshy nudes.
Preview: Oresteia Trilogy By Steam Industry Free Theatre @ The Scoop

Preview: Oresteia Trilogy By Steam Industry Free Theatre @ The Scoop

See Aeschylus's trilogy of tragedies performed in the open air.
Theatre Review: Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe

Theatre Review: Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe

Once more unto the breach, dear friends? Yes please...
Exhibition Review: Christian Louboutin @ The Design Museum

Exhibition Review: Christian Louboutin @ The Design Museum

Step up for a show of sexy shoes in Shad Thames
Alternative Tours Of London: A Ramble Round Dulwich

Alternative Tours Of London: A Ramble Round Dulwich

See one of the best views of London the public can't normally access in this walk.
The Best Independent Art Exhibitions of 2015

The Best Independent Art Exhibitions of 2015

It's not all about the blockbusters.
Giant Toilet Sculpture Appears Near Tower Bridge

Giant Toilet Sculpture Appears Near Tower Bridge

Crapping man outside City Hall.
Dull And Repetitive: The Paintings Of Agnes Martin At Tate Modern

Dull And Repetitive: The Paintings Of Agnes Martin At Tate Modern

Grids and stripes... LOTS of grids and stripes.
Art Review: Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern

Art Review: Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern

A retrospective addressing both life and death through sensationalist art.
Herne Hill Flooded After Water Main Bursts

Herne Hill Flooded After Water Main Bursts

There's water up to 1m deep.
Take A Pre-Raphaelite Pilgrimage Through South East London

Take A Pre-Raphaelite Pilgrimage Through South East London

The George to Red House.
Find Out About Changes Happening At London Bridge

Find Out About Changes Happening At London Bridge

What trains will (and won't) run until 2018.
Council Seeks To Protect 121 Pubs From Developers

Council Seeks To Protect 121 Pubs From Developers

Is this a pilot for others to follow?
Free Film Festival Returns To Peckham And Nunhead

Free Film Festival Returns To Peckham And Nunhead

More than 30 free screenings and special events over 10 days.
Shortwave Cinema Opening At Bermondsey Square

Shortwave Cinema Opening At Bermondsey Square

See Design Icons Of The London Underground

See Design Icons Of The London Underground

Bask in the glory of the roundel.
An Art Filled Republic Of The Moon Is Established On The South Bank

An Art Filled Republic Of The Moon Is Established On The South Bank

Geese are trained to fly to the moon as it turns into a gaudy theme park.
South London Residents' Campaign Against Channel 4 Ident

South London Residents' Campaign Against Channel 4 Ident

Follows hot-on-the-heels of Benefit Street complaints.
Fighting The Darkness In The Crucible

Fighting The Darkness In The Crucible

Mesmerising production of Arthur Miller's classic.
From Maya Angelou To Mandela: October Is Black History Month

From Maya Angelou To Mandela: October Is Black History Month

Talks, exhibitions, poetry and film.
New Libraries For Dalston, Deptford And Canada Water

New Libraries For Dalston, Deptford And Canada Water

Long hours, large spaces, cafes and lots of books.
Preview: Arigato In London @ County Hall

Preview: Arigato In London @ County Hall

Japan says thank you for tsunami support with two weeks of food, drink and events.
Cradle-Drama At Top Of The Shard

Cradle-Drama At Top Of The Shard

Engineer gets in to a spin in high winds
Iconic Prints Of London At Gallery@Oxo

Iconic Prints Of London At Gallery@Oxo

Bold, stripped-down impressions of the capital.
The Best Museum Exhibitions Of 2015

The Best Museum Exhibitions Of 2015

What do you think of our top 10?
Could Waterloo International Become A Greenhouse?

Could Waterloo International Become A Greenhouse?

An intriguing proposal for the mothballed terminal.
Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time @ National Theatre

Inspiring adaptation of Mark Haddon's modern classic.
Art Review: Andy Warhol - Portfolios @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Art Review: Andy Warhol - Portfolios @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Bright and bold prints from the king of pop art.
Powerful War Photography At Tate Modern

Powerful War Photography At Tate Modern

Sparingly curated, emotionally engaging.
Dining Beyond Zone 1: Casse Croute

Dining Beyond Zone 1: Casse Croute

Parisian charm, and well-priced wine on hip Bermondsey Street.
What's The Best Pub In Dulwich?

What's The Best Pub In Dulwich?

Vote, then join us on a pub crawl.
In Pictures: Sand Sculptures On The Southbank

In Pictures: Sand Sculptures On The Southbank

Everyone from Boris Johnson to Buzz Aldrin gets the sandy treatment.
New Salter Statues Unveiled In Bermondsey

New Salter Statues Unveiled In Bermondsey

Alfred and Ada Salter immortalised again.
Giant Shitting Figure To Grace City Hall?

Giant Shitting Figure To Grace City Hall?

A sculpture in high relief.
Leave No Bear Behind Part 22: The Return!

Leave No Bear Behind Part 22: The Return!

Abandoned playthings on the rise again?
Art Review: Edvard Munch - The Modern Eye @ Tate Modern

Art Review: Edvard Munch - The Modern Eye @ Tate Modern

A one-hit wonder or is there more behind the Screams?
London Lib Dems: A Tale Of Two Cities

London Lib Dems: A Tale Of Two Cities

Surprisingly, not all Lib Dems are taking a battering.
Preview: Bermondsey Street Festival 2011

Preview: Bermondsey Street Festival 2011

Tug of war, fashion, food, maypole and contemporary dancing, drama and music
New Restaurant Review: Rabot 1745

New Restaurant Review: Rabot 1745

Chocolate themed restaurant in Borough Market.
Video: Play With A Bit Of Unique Industrial History In Southwark

Video: Play With A Bit Of Unique Industrial History In Southwark

We visit the Kirkaldy Testing Museum.
Street Art Of The Heygate Estate

Street Art Of The Heygate Estate

While the Southwark housing estate awaits demolition, the artists move in.
Baroque The Streets: Dulwich House Gets Street Art Makeover

Baroque The Streets: Dulwich House Gets Street Art Makeover

Dulwich is the new Shoreditch when it comes to street art.
Art Review: Lichtenstein @ Tate Modern

Art Review: Lichtenstein @ Tate Modern

Whaam! Comic inspired paintings with impact.
Landscape Photography By Andreas Gursky Across Two Galleries

Landscape Photography By Andreas Gursky Across Two Galleries

The world's most expensive photographer gives us landscapes and superheroes.
Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

Breastfeeding Support Cut in Southwark And Lambeth

King's Hospital cuts one of its best services.
London Boroughs Depicted In Beautiful 'Sweet View' Prints

London Boroughs Depicted In Beautiful 'Sweet View' Prints

Residents of Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Lambeth, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth and Westminster...here's something for your wall.
Opera Preview: Dido And Aeneas @ The Bussey Building

Opera Preview: Dido And Aeneas @ The Bussey Building

Innovative opera company Opera in Space heads to Peckham this month.
Steampunk Photography By Gary Nicholls

Steampunk Photography By Gary Nicholls

Photographs tell a story featuring glowing orbs and mechanised angels.
Hoping To Dodge Death? Move To Tower Hamlets

Hoping To Dodge Death? Move To Tower Hamlets

London has lowest mortality rate in the country.
Malevich At Tate Modern

Malevich At Tate Modern

The evolution of painting from representational to abstract art.
Elephant And Castle Cycle Superhighway HGV Threat

Elephant And Castle Cycle Superhighway HGV Threat

The Elephant and Castle western cycle bypass could be used by a developer as an HGV delivery route, if plans go ahead.
Photojournalism At Its Finest In The Press Photographer's Year

Photojournalism At Its Finest In The Press Photographer's Year

Free, at the National Theatre.
Preview: London Film Festival 2012

Preview: London Film Festival 2012

Booking opens now for BFI members.
Guy's Hospital Gets Scaly Skin

Guy's Hospital Gets Scaly Skin

Where To See Outdoor Art In London

Where To See Outdoor Art In London

Sun and culture in one go.
Art Preview: Japan Earthquake Press Photos @ Oxo Gallery

Art Preview: Japan Earthquake Press Photos @ Oxo Gallery

Photographs of the devastation wrought by the East Japan earthquake and the tsunami, and the subsequent efforts to rebuild
Hockney: Printmaker @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Hockney: Printmaker @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Subtle satire and bright bold landscapes.
M.C. Escher Achieves The Impossible And So Much More

M.C. Escher Achieves The Impossible And So Much More

A truly spectacular artist.
Art Review: Antony Gormley @ White Cube, Bermondsey

Art Review: Antony Gormley @ White Cube, Bermondsey

Duck and crawl inside a giant steel humanoid sculpture.
Theatre Review: The Magistrate @ The National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Magistrate @ The National Theatre

A farce as preposterous as most Christmas traditions comes to the National.
Richard Hamilton: The Godfather Of Pop Art At Tate Modern

Richard Hamilton: The Godfather Of Pop Art At Tate Modern

A massive retrospective of a versatile and influential artist.
Anti-Homeless Studs In Southwark Spark Outrage

Anti-Homeless Studs In Southwark Spark Outrage

But are we angry at the wrong thing?
Stuff And Nonsense From The Elephant And The Nun

Stuff And Nonsense From The Elephant And The Nun

Family-friendly, fun events in Southwark.
City Hall Turned Into Rugby Ball

City Hall Turned Into Rugby Ball

PR stunt for 2015 World Cup.
Stalinism And Giant Teeth: London's Most Talked-About Art Exhibitions

Stalinism And Giant Teeth: London's Most Talked-About Art Exhibitions

The good, the bad and the downright ugly.
In Pictures: The Urban Physic Garden

In Pictures: The Urban Physic Garden

A medicinal oasis on Union Street, Southwark
Marlene Dumas: Controversial Yet Uninspired

Marlene Dumas: Controversial Yet Uninspired

Celebrity portraiture with little insight.
Sluice Art Fair - Breaking The Mould

Sluice Art Fair - Breaking The Mould

We interview one of the directors of a free art fair which dares to be different.
Ring Of Steel To Encircle Part Of SE17

Ring Of Steel To Encircle Part Of SE17

The Elephant is getting a new castle.
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.
Exhibition Preview: London Pictures By Gilbert & George @ White Cube

Exhibition Preview: London Pictures By Gilbert & George @ White Cube

East London's finest are back with a global exhibition with a distinctly Londony flavour
Jubilee Protest This Weekend

Jubilee Protest This Weekend

Pro-republicans make their voice heard.
Tate's Turbine Hall Filled With London's Dirt And Rubbish

Tate's Turbine Hall Filled With London's Dirt And Rubbish

Let's see what blooms.
Theatre Review: Three Sisters @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Three Sisters @ Young Vic

Benedict Andrews’ unconventional rendering of Chekhov’s tragicomic tale is a largely incoherent, alienating, one-dimensional affair.
Heavenly Watercolours By Ravilious At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Heavenly Watercolours By Ravilious At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Ethereal paintings that capture the imagination.
What's For Lunch? Pizarro, Bermondsey Street

What's For Lunch? Pizarro, Bermondsey Street

Another fabulous London lunch! This time with Spanish style at Pizarro on Bermondsey Street.
The Best Blockbuster Art Exhibitions Of 2015

The Best Blockbuster Art Exhibitions Of 2015

Do you agree with our top 10?
Blackfriars Station Roof Reaches Halfway Point

Blackfriars Station Roof Reaches Halfway Point

2,200 solar cells in place... another 2,200 to go.
Sex And Bling: December's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Sex And Bling: December's Most Talked About Art Exhibitions

Acrobatics, wounded instruments, Elvis and more.
In Pictures: Design Museum's New Home Takes Shape

In Pictures: Design Museum's New Home Takes Shape

Transformation of classic building in Kensington.
Skyscraper Update: The Shard Starts To Climb

Skyscraper Update: The Shard Starts To Climb

Al Fresco Music, Theatre And Film At The More London Free Festival

Al Fresco Music, Theatre And Film At The More London Free Festival

London's longest free summer festival is back for another year.
Free Entry And A New Pavilion - Exciting Times At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Free Entry And A New Pavilion - Exciting Times At Dulwich Picture Gallery

How many selfies can this pavilion produce?
Video Game Art Exhibition Comes To City Hall

Video Game Art Exhibition Comes To City Hall

Charity exhibition at the Mayor's gaff.
Long Live Southbank: Skaters Muster To Save Their Undercroft

Long Live Southbank: Skaters Muster To Save Their Undercroft

Users of the threatened skating and biking den beneath the Southbank Centre aren't going without a fight.
Gallery: Shard Evacuated In Fire Drill

Gallery: Shard Evacuated In Fire Drill

Emergency services test out evacuation plans in western Europe's tallest building.
The Best Of Galleries And Museums This Month

The Best Of Galleries And Museums This Month

Who doesn't love video games?
Free Film Festivals In Herne Hill And New Cross & Deptford

Free Film Festivals In Herne Hill And New Cross & Deptford

See cult and classic cinema in unusual venues across south east London. For free.
Henri Matisse: The Cut Outs At Tate Modern

Henri Matisse: The Cut Outs At Tate Modern

Colour and form burns images into our retinas.
Jubiloo Coming To The Southbank

Jubiloo Coming To The Southbank

New toilets provide a royal flush neat the London Eye.
Seminar: Does East London Need New River Crossings?

Seminar: Does East London Need New River Crossings?

A Q&A session at City Hall will examine the pros and cons of proposed schemes.
Art Is Weaved Into Fashion At This Mindblowing Missoni Show: Reviewed

Art Is Weaved Into Fashion At This Mindblowing Missoni Show: Reviewed

Two forms combine for a stunning exhibition.
Dog Faced Royalty And Screaming Monkeys Take Over Bermondsey

Dog Faced Royalty And Screaming Monkeys Take Over Bermondsey

And it's wonderful.
The Top Designs Of The Year

The Top Designs Of The Year

Some amazing designs but lacks consistency.
X-ray Art By Hugh Turvey At Oxo Gallery

X-ray Art By Hugh Turvey At Oxo Gallery

X-rays of high heels and elephant skulls.
Party With The Elephant

Party With The Elephant

Elefest is approaching.
Ivy House Pub Saved By Nunhead Community

Ivy House Pub Saved By Nunhead Community

Now community investment is needed to get the doors open.
Nature-ist: Stave Hill & Russia Dock Woodland

Nature-ist: Stave Hill & Russia Dock Woodland

An eighties woodland, artificial hill, ecology park and reminders of a bygone trading age.
Exhibition Preview: Designing Women @ Fashion and Textile Museum

Exhibition Preview: Designing Women @ Fashion and Textile Museum

A new exhibition examining the post-war British textile industry
Roll Up To Elefest In Elephant & Castle

Roll Up To Elefest In Elephant & Castle

And not an elephant in sight.
Former Railway Station To Become Café

Former Railway Station To Become Café

Tracey Emin Is Back With More Of The Same

Tracey Emin Is Back With More Of The Same

New paintings and sculpture, but it doesn't feel new.
A Trio Of South London Festivals

A Trio Of South London Festivals

Crystal Palace Overground Festival, Sydenham Arts Festival and Streatham Festival, all in June/July.
Fragile And Ethereal Art By Mira Schendel At Tate Modern

Fragile And Ethereal Art By Mira Schendel At Tate Modern

Forests of nylon wire and fragile rice paper sculptures.
Free Fashion Careers Courses For 16-18 Year Olds

Free Fashion Careers Courses For 16-18 Year Olds

Fashion and Textile Museum running four courses in August.
Timber! Is Something To Shout About

Timber! Is Something To Shout About

Superb French Canadian lumberjack circus.
The Horrors Of War Photographed By Nick Danziger: Reviewed

The Horrors Of War Photographed By Nick Danziger: Reviewed

Brace yourself for some hard hitting images.
Nature-ist: In Which We Go A-Foraging

Nature-ist: In Which We Go A-Foraging

Picking plants in Peckham.
The Future Is Here And It's At Design Museum

The Future Is Here And It's At Design Museum

A 3D printing revolution?
Inventive Designs Of The Year At Design Museum

Inventive Designs Of The Year At Design Museum

Floating schools and LEGO calendars.
Art Review: Damien Hirst - Two Weeks One Summer @ White Cube

Art Review: Damien Hirst - Two Weeks One Summer @ White Cube

Can his latest works live up to his former glories?
Emily Carr: Paintings Of Canadian Landscapes And Native Culture

Emily Carr: Paintings Of Canadian Landscapes And Native Culture

Obscure Canadian painter had talent.
Creepy Kinetic Art In I'm Never Shopping Here Again

Creepy Kinetic Art In I'm Never Shopping Here Again

Creepy kinetic art in a darkly atmospheric exhibition.
Duchess Of Malfi By Candlelight

Duchess Of Malfi By Candlelight

Unique theatre at the new Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Fringe Benefits: Menier Chocolate Factory

Fringe Benefits: Menier Chocolate Factory

Exploring London's smaller theatres.
Art Review: Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 @ Jerwood Space

Art Review: Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 @ Jerwood Space

Exploring the limits of what constitutes drawing.
Theatre Review: Antigone @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Antigone @ National Theatre

Sophocles’ tale provides more than enough reassurance that your own family strife is quite minor.
In Pictures: Surprises STREB

In Pictures: Surprises STREB

Photos of Sunday's acrobatics on London landmarks.
Lit Preview: JK Rowling Will Launch New Novel At Southbank Centre

Lit Preview: JK Rowling Will Launch New Novel At Southbank Centre

Tickets go on sale on Friday.
BFI's Uncut Season: The Films They Tried To Ban

BFI's Uncut Season: The Films They Tried To Ban

The films they tried to ban.
Guns Galore Used To Promote Peace

Guns Galore Used To Promote Peace

A statement on the proliferation of weapons across the world.
Art, Music And Onomatopoeia By Christian Marclay

Art, Music And Onomatopoeia By Christian Marclay

Watch words 'whoosh' across the screen and records being pressed in a gallery.
Forever Crazy Starring Kelly Brook, On The Southbank

Forever Crazy Starring Kelly Brook, On The Southbank

Naughty cabaret thrills in places, not in others.
Theatre Review: Abigail's Party @ Menier Chocolate Factory

Theatre Review: Abigail's Party @ Menier Chocolate Factory

Jill Halfpenny and Natalie Casey shine with awful brilliance
Book Review: Shakespeare's Local By Pete Brown

Book Review: Shakespeare's Local By Pete Brown

Expansive and charming history of the George Inn.
Review: Dark Carnival @ Old Vic Tunnels

Review: Dark Carnival @ Old Vic Tunnels

Made In China: Can You Spot The Fake Painting?

Made In China: Can You Spot The Fake Painting?

Dulwich Picture Gallery has an imposter.
Sculptures Revealing The True Horrors Of War

Sculptures Revealing The True Horrors Of War

Injuries to soldiers from the Crimea to the Gulf.
Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden At Vault Festival

Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden At Vault Festival

Dark deeds and hidden secrets under Waterloo Station
South Bank Boat To Stay For Another Year

South Bank Boat To Stay For Another Year

Extended residency for A Room for London.
Get 50% Off 10 Top Exhibitions With The National Art Pass

Get 50% Off 10 Top Exhibitions With The National Art Pass

Save over £60!
Welcome To Iraq At South London Gallery

Welcome To Iraq At South London Gallery

Experience art, with tea and biscuits.
MIRRORCITY: Are These The Best Of London's Artists?

MIRRORCITY: Are These The Best Of London's Artists?

Just because art is cutting edge, doesn't mean it's good.
Kraftwerk Fans Crash Tate Modern Ticket Site

Kraftwerk Fans Crash Tate Modern Ticket Site

Fans thwarted despite phoning for consumer products now and then.
SE London Celebrates: Dulwich And Hither Green Festivals

SE London Celebrates: Dulwich And Hither Green Festivals

Two weeks of community fun and frolics.
Theatre Review: A Thousand Miles Of History @ Bussey Building

Theatre Review: A Thousand Miles Of History @ Bussey Building

New play about Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring's art explosion, with equally explosive performances.
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.
Preview: Austin Osman Spare @ Cuming Museum

Preview: Austin Osman Spare @ Cuming Museum

London Gang Members Suffer High Levels Of Mental Illness

London Gang Members Suffer High Levels Of Mental Illness

New study links violence with psychiatric disorders.
One Little Spark: A Pop-Up Exhibition For Southwark

One Little Spark: A Pop-Up Exhibition For Southwark

A temporary gallery on East Street Market highlights local bright sparks
Nature-ist: Nunhead Cemetery

Nature-ist: Nunhead Cemetery

A wonderfully imposing semi-wild cemetery surrounded by iron gates.
Art Review: Sanja Ivekovic @ South London Gallery & Calvert 22

Art Review: Sanja Ivekovic @ South London Gallery & Calvert 22

Powerful works that explore the role of women in society.
The Martian Colony On The South Bank

The Martian Colony On The South Bank

Bits Of London Bridge Station Will Move To Wales

Bits Of London Bridge Station Will Move To Wales

Roof sections from London's oldest station to be preserved in Wales.
Provocative Art By Ana Mendieta At Hayward Gallery

Provocative Art By Ana Mendieta At Hayward Gallery

Art reflecting the roles of women in society.
Gilbert And George Create A Scary Picture Of London

Gilbert And George Create A Scary Picture Of London

Collage pictures of London's drug canisters and multiculturalism.
Exhibition Review: Designs Of The Year @ Design Museum

Exhibition Review: Designs Of The Year @ Design Museum

The best designs of the year, from augmented reality apps to stools made from seaweed.
Police Evict 12 Bar Squatters

Police Evict 12 Bar Squatters

Death knell sounded for music venue.
Tate Modern Redefines Pop Art

Tate Modern Redefines Pop Art

Get ready to see pop art in a different light.
A Pleasant Enough Midsummer Night At The Globe

A Pleasant Enough Midsummer Night At The Globe

Away with the fairies on the Southbank.
In Pictures: Sheep Driving At London Bridge Festival

In Pictures: Sheep Driving At London Bridge Festival

Preview: The Genius Of Hitchcock @ BFI Southbank

Preview: The Genius Of Hitchcock @ BFI Southbank

Every film ever made by the master of suspense.
Dulwich Park Gets Replacement For Stolen Hepworth Sculpture

Dulwich Park Gets Replacement For Stolen Hepworth Sculpture

Squint and pretend it's a waterslide.
Who Do You Recognise In This New Southwark Mural?

Who Do You Recognise In This New Southwark Mural?

Local celebs in art.
Sigmar Polke At Tate Modern: A Rollercoaster Ride Through An Experimental Career

Sigmar Polke At Tate Modern: A Rollercoaster Ride Through An Experimental Career

A fascinating roller coaster through his career.
Georgian River Scenes From Twickenham To Southwark: Book Review

Georgian River Scenes From Twickenham To Southwark: Book Review

A glorious Thames panorama restored.
Art By Darren Almond And He Xiangyu At White Cube

Art By Darren Almond And He Xiangyu At White Cube

Moonlit landscapes and leather tanks.
A Carnival Aboard HMS Belfast

A Carnival Aboard HMS Belfast

The 'crew' gets into the celebratory spirit of Carnival.
Ramsay To Open Southwark Restaurant

Ramsay To Open Southwark Restaurant

Gordon Ramsay is to open his first restaurant south of the river, in Southwark.
Evolutionary Architecture In Designing With Nature

Evolutionary Architecture In Designing With Nature

Biomimicry in real life.
Peter Kennard On The Harsh Realities Of War At Imperial War Museum

Peter Kennard On The Harsh Realities Of War At Imperial War Museum

Satirical posters and terrifying statistics make a powerful anti-war case.
Watch Out For Watch This Space Festival On The Road

Watch Out For Watch This Space Festival On The Road

On tour in south London.
Design Museum Building Sold To Zaha Hadid

Design Museum Building Sold To Zaha Hadid

Olympic architect to take ownership of Shad Thames building.
Firefighters Save Golden Hinde From Flooding

Firefighters Save Golden Hinde From Flooding

London Fire Brigade saves historic ship as it prepare to take part in Jubilee celebrations.
Elephant & Castle Redevelopment Approved

Elephant & Castle Redevelopment Approved

More Than Mobiles: Alexander Calder At Tate Modern Reviewed

More Than Mobiles: Alexander Calder At Tate Modern Reviewed

A moving exhibition. Apart from the bits that don't move.
Theatre Review: Mack and Mabel @ Southwark Playhouse

Theatre Review: Mack and Mabel @ Southwark Playhouse

Tap your troubles away with Jerry Herman's outstanding musical score.
Whet Your Appetite At This Nunhead Festival

Whet Your Appetite At This Nunhead Festival

17 day foodie joy.
Know Your Demons With Doctor Faustus At The Rose

Know Your Demons With Doctor Faustus At The Rose

An eerie, romantic portrayal in the play's original home.
British History Dissected At The Hayward Gallery

British History Dissected At The Hayward Gallery

Missiles, Margaret Thatcher and mad cow disease.
Preview: Orson Welles' Heart of Darkness @ A Room For London

Preview: Orson Welles' Heart of Darkness @ A Room For London

A unique performance of Welles' unmade screenplay, screened live, for free
Art Review: Project 4 @ The Vaults, Leake St

Art Review: Project 4 @ The Vaults, Leake St

Dystopian visions of another world beneath Waterloo station.
Images Of New Indoor Theatre At Shakespeare's Globe

Images Of New Indoor Theatre At Shakespeare's Globe

Jacobean performance space will be called The Sam Wanamaker Theatre.
Olympic Legacy BMX Track Opens In Burgess Park

Olympic Legacy BMX Track Opens In Burgess Park

£1.1m facility is part of Southwark's London 2012 legacy
A Mint New Free Festival For Southwark

A Mint New Free Festival For Southwark

Kick up your heels at Mint Street Park.
Theatre Review: Richard III @ The Globe

Theatre Review: Richard III @ The Globe

Mark Rylance makes Globe return with Richard III.
Shakira Meets Shakespeare At The Rose Theatre

Shakira Meets Shakespeare At The Rose Theatre

Henry IV Part One in Philip Henslowe's theatre.
Sound Tracks: Hear Music On The Overground Trains

Sound Tracks: Hear Music On The Overground Trains

Gigs galore at venues from Dalston to Peckham along the Overground... and on the trains too.
Lit Preview: Peckham Literary Festival

Lit Preview: Peckham Literary Festival

Free festival returns for its sixth year.
"If The Audience Don't Have A Good Time They'll Walk Out"

"If The Audience Don't Have A Good Time They'll Walk Out"

Director Jeremy Herrin chats about The Globe, arts funding and SE London.
Taboo-Busting Dance Theatre: DV8's JOHN

Taboo-Busting Dance Theatre: DV8's JOHN

Rough-and-tumble show at the National.
African Art Arrives At Tate Modern: Meschac Gaba And Ibrahim El-Salahi

African Art Arrives At Tate Modern: Meschac Gaba And Ibrahim El-Salahi

Two exhibitions give us a kitschy chaotic museum and an excellent retrospective.
Art Review: Murillo Exhibitions @ Dulwich Picture Gallery & Wallace Collection

Art Review: Murillo Exhibitions @ Dulwich Picture Gallery & Wallace Collection

Two exhibitions featuring spectacular Baroque paintings of religious scenes.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Other news: protest, aliens, the DLR and a health centre with an unwanted visitor.
Chubby Charms Of Xu Hongfei Near Tower Bridge

Chubby Charms Of Xu Hongfei Near Tower Bridge

Sculptures of larger ladies.
Paul Dessau's War Art @ London Fire Brigade Museum

Paul Dessau's War Art @ London Fire Brigade Museum

A monstrous quartet showing London at war.
Delightful Drawings In This Diverse Exhibition

Delightful Drawings In This Diverse Exhibition

Brilliant works, though we don't agree with the winners.
Loserville Proves A Real Winner

Loserville Proves A Real Winner

Elliot Davis and James Bourne's musical works a treat.
Event Preview: Grave Passions at Nunhead Cemetery

Event Preview: Grave Passions at Nunhead Cemetery

A guided tour with a difference to celebrate lesbian history.
Exhibition Preview: The Raging Storm @ Gallery@Oxo

Exhibition Preview: The Raging Storm @ Gallery@Oxo

See Pink Floyd and Muse artwork on display.
Boris Goes To Borough Market

Boris Goes To Borough Market

We didn't see him have roast beef though.
Dance Review: DV8 Can We Talk About This? @ National Theatre

Dance Review: DV8 Can We Talk About This? @ National Theatre

Dance and the importance of freedom of speech.
Ambulatory Opera In Peckham: Hansel And Gretel

Ambulatory Opera In Peckham: Hansel And Gretel

Humperdinck's classic fairy-tale opera over three floors of a warehouse.
Theatre Review: Hamlet @ The Rose, Bankside

Theatre Review: Hamlet @ The Rose, Bankside

A Hamlet unlike any other.
London Fire Brigade Museum Poised To Close

London Fire Brigade Museum Poised To Close

LFEPA meeting tomorrow likely to sign off closure for 1 April.
The Dulwich Picture Gallery Has A Crisis Of Brilliance

The Dulwich Picture Gallery Has A Crisis Of Brilliance

Seven artists evolve and depict the horrors of the First World War.
Free Family Weekend For House Of Vans First Birthday

Free Family Weekend For House Of Vans First Birthday

You don't have to skate or have kids to join in.
Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

A thought-provoking show staged on the National Theatre's roof.
Magical Paintings Of Norway At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Magical Paintings Of Norway At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Stunning paintings of fire.
Julius Caesar Conquers At The Globe

Julius Caesar Conquers At The Globe

Globe show fixates on good and bad PR strategies.
Art Review: Art in the Wild @ Oxo Gallery

Art Review: Art in the Wild @ Oxo Gallery

A free exhibition of stunning wildlife photography, both cute and powerful.
The Buried River Effra: The Musical

The Buried River Effra: The Musical

Musical oddness in Dulwich.
Review: They're Playing Our Song @ Menier Chocolate Factory

Review: They're Playing Our Song @ Menier Chocolate Factory

The Garden Of Eden In Lambeth North

The Garden Of Eden In Lambeth North

William Blake and Tom Paine meet in this theatrical revival.
New Monthly Film Night Devoted To Documentaries

New Monthly Film Night Devoted To Documentaries

The best of factual filmmaking.
In Pictures: Southbank Centre's Festival Of Neighbourhood

In Pictures: Southbank Centre's Festival Of Neighbourhood

Explore the roof gardens and street art, or book a ticket for a festival event.
Sculpture In The Human Factor At Hayward Gallery

Sculpture In The Human Factor At Hayward Gallery

Sculpture created by a who's who of contemporary art.
Last Chance To See: Space Program Photography At Bankside

Last Chance To See: Space Program Photography At Bankside

Classified interiors revealed.
Will Architecture Save The Future? Futures In The Making At Architecture Foundation

Will Architecture Save The Future? Futures In The Making At Architecture Foundation

Architecture graduates tackle pollution, flooding, and rehabilite rocket launch sites...
Art And Life At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Art And Life At Dulwich Picture Gallery

Work by Ben and Winifred Nicholson.
Theatre Review: Duchess of Malfi @ The White Bear Theatre

Theatre Review: Duchess of Malfi @ The White Bear Theatre

Difficult to recommend it highly enough.
Opera In A Tunnel Shaft: Pop-Up Don Pasquale

Opera In A Tunnel Shaft: Pop-Up Don Pasquale

See a Donizetti farce -- in the ventilation shaft to Brunel's Thames Tunnel.
Pastel Landscapes With Dark Undercurrents At Tate Modern

Pastel Landscapes With Dark Undercurrents At Tate Modern

A deeply personal exhibition.
Young Designers At Design Museum

Young Designers At Design Museum

Four emerging designers take on housing, economics, law and toys.
An Historically Important Era Gets The Exhibition It Deserves

An Historically Important Era Gets The Exhibition It Deserves

Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.
A Relatively Unknown Artist Gets A Major Retrospective: Saloua Chouchair @ Tate Modern

A Relatively Unknown Artist Gets A Major Retrospective: Saloua Chouchair @ Tate Modern

Tate Modern takes a chance on an impressive Lebanese sculptress.
Uncover Southwark's Saucy Secrets

Uncover Southwark's Saucy Secrets

Brothels, beer and bear bating.
Theatre Review: Pericles @ The Rose

Theatre Review: Pericles @ The Rose

Sort-of-Shakespeare on the site of Bankside's first theatre.
William Hague's Dad Wants To Abseil Down The Shard

William Hague's Dad Wants To Abseil Down The Shard

Nigel Hague, 83, thwarted by insurance.
TAKEOUT STAKEOUT: Iran e Ma, Southwark

TAKEOUT STAKEOUT: Iran e Ma, Southwark

Could You Contribute To Peckham's History?

Could You Contribute To Peckham's History?

Add something to Peckham's archives.
Exhibition Review: Designed To Win @ Design Museum

Exhibition Review: Designed To Win @ Design Museum

What does it take to produce medal- and world championship-winning sports technology?
Preview: London Open Bike Polo Tournament

Preview: London Open Bike Polo Tournament

V Day London: The Vagina Monologues Come To Peckham

V Day London: The Vagina Monologues Come To Peckham

A charity performance of the 90s hit at The Bussey Building.
Art That Captures The Energy Of London Town At Gallery@Oxo

Art That Captures The Energy Of London Town At Gallery@Oxo

Paintings that capture the dynamism of London in this free exhibition.
Shooting Reported In Southwark

Shooting Reported In Southwark

Exhibition Preview: Gothic Comics @ The Old Operating Theatre Museum

Exhibition Preview: Gothic Comics @ The Old Operating Theatre Museum

See works by graphic novel artist Roberto Lari in a unique setting.
Theatre Review: The Suit @ The Young Vic

Theatre Review: The Suit @ The Young Vic

Peter Brook's tale of infidelity and oppression in Apartheid South Africa is genius in its bittersweet simplicity.
Burt Bacharach Plays The Southbank Centre

Burt Bacharach Plays The Southbank Centre

The 85-year old musician offers some magic moments at the Royal Festival Hall this summer.
American Designer Anna Sui Has Landed In London

American Designer Anna Sui Has Landed In London

South London just got a lot more chic.
Electrification And Intimidation: The Art Of Mona Hatoum, Reviewed

Electrification And Intimidation: The Art Of Mona Hatoum, Reviewed

The larger works pack a punch.
What Is 'Real'?: The Velveteen Rabbit At Unicorn Theatre

What Is 'Real'?: The Velveteen Rabbit At Unicorn Theatre

The 1922 children's novel comes to the stage.
Art Review: Art Of Change @ Hayward Gallery

Art Review: Art Of Change @ Hayward Gallery

Interactive art from China that will confound, amaze and enthral. Our favourite Hayward gallery exhibition this year.
Rotherhithe Tunnel Celebrates Centenary

Rotherhithe Tunnel Celebrates Centenary

Food Review: A Dose Of Sunshine In Southwark

Food Review: A Dose Of Sunshine In Southwark

Even more good food arrives in London Bridge
Lit Preview: RNIB Literary Wonderland @ Cathedral Square

Lit Preview: RNIB Literary Wonderland @ Cathedral Square

Story mushrooms with the voice of Michael Sheen.
Deal Of The Day: 50% Off Food Meets Beer Festival

Deal Of The Day: 50% Off Food Meets Beer Festival

Ales and nibbles at Borough Market.
Broadway As You've Never Seen It Ripped Off Before!

Broadway As You've Never Seen It Ripped Off Before!

Forbidden Broadway returns to the Menier Chocolate Factory.
All My Sons: Caryl Churchill’s Filial Play About Cloning

All My Sons: Caryl Churchill’s Filial Play About Cloning

We could watch this again and again.
Dido, Queen of Carthage Feels As Youthful As Ever

Dido, Queen of Carthage Feels As Youthful As Ever

The Globe Young Players at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Lost Southwark @ The Cuming Museum

Lost Southwark @ The Cuming Museum

Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Melville's tale is as rich as whale fat.
Be There First: The Last Refuge's First Festival

Be There First: The Last Refuge's First Festival

A fortnight of theatre, comedy, cabaret, poetry and film in Peckham.
Architecture Foundation Debates The Clash Of Culture And Commerce

Architecture Foundation Debates The Clash Of Culture And Commerce

The inexorable rise of the private public space.
Ministry Of Sound Closure: Developer Responds To Concerns

Ministry Of Sound Closure: Developer Responds To Concerns

Innovative Artwork In The Jerwood Drawing Prize

Innovative Artwork In The Jerwood Drawing Prize

What counts as a drawing? More than you might think.
Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Mike Bartlett's play is nasty, brutish and short.
Table: Debut Performance At The National Theatre's The Shed

Table: Debut Performance At The National Theatre's The Shed

Six generations of family life round one table.
Art Preview: Sea Change @ Oxo Gallery

Art Preview: Sea Change @ Oxo Gallery

Photographs that capture the dramatic changes to the coastline from high to low tide.
Exhibition Review: Extraord!nary Stor!es About Ord!nary Th!ngs @ Design Museum

Exhibition Review: Extraord!nary Stor!es About Ord!nary Th!ngs @ Design Museum

The stories behind how iconic objects were designed, but does it live up to the exclamation marks?
Theatre Review: Fair Em @ Union Theatre

Theatre Review: Fair Em @ Union Theatre

Don't worry whether this is really a lost Shakespeare play or not. Just enjoy the evening.
Honor Oak Park To Become Cemetery?

Honor Oak Park To Become Cemetery?

Local residents fight to keep out the corpses.
Celebrate Art in SE5 With The Camberwell Arts Festival

Celebrate Art in SE5 With The Camberwell Arts Festival

The nine-day community festival presents a varied programme of tasty treats
A Retrospective Ranging From Black History To Underwater Fantasy At Tate Modern

A Retrospective Ranging From Black History To Underwater Fantasy At Tate Modern

Surreal and abstract works explore black history.
Photographic Museums By Dayanita Singh At Hayward Gallery

Photographic Museums By Dayanita Singh At Hayward Gallery

Bookcases covered in photographs tell individual stories.
Memorial Service Will Mark 25th Anniversary of Marchioness Disaster

Memorial Service Will Mark 25th Anniversary of Marchioness Disaster

Names to be read out at cathedral.
Giving Titanic The Sendoff It Deserves

Giving Titanic The Sendoff It Deserves

A grand and glorious production at Southwark Playhouse.
Theatre Review: Monkey Bars @ The Unicorn Theatre

Theatre Review: Monkey Bars @ The Unicorn Theatre

What happens when childrens' words come out of adults mouths? Such a clever concept it's a wonder we've not seen it before. Funny, a little bit clumsy.
Werner Herzog Season Part 2 At BFI Southbank

Werner Herzog Season Part 2 At BFI Southbank

See Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man, Into The Abyss, Bad Lieutenant and more.
Theatre Review: After Miss Julie @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: After Miss Julie @ Young Vic

A fine revival of Marber’s play.
Preview: Black History Month

Preview: Black History Month

Films, music, writers, food, craft and exhibitions all through October.
Choose Your Own Documentary @ Southbank Centre

Choose Your Own Documentary @ Southbank Centre

You head south. There is a dragon here. It kills you. You are dead.
Stitched Version Of Peckham Peace Wall On Show At Southwark Cathedral

Stitched Version Of Peckham Peace Wall On Show At Southwark Cathedral

Patchwork Peckham.
Carrie The Musical: There's Life In The Old Girl Yet

Carrie The Musical: There's Life In The Old Girl Yet

Not a total bloody disaster.
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.
Museum of the Month: The Cuming Museum

Museum of the Month: The Cuming Museum

The Best Dancing You Can See On Stage In London: In The Heights

The Best Dancing You Can See On Stage In London: In The Heights

Fascinating rhythms at Southwark Playhouse.
London Short Fiction: Asparagus And Syrian Gold

London Short Fiction: Asparagus And Syrian Gold

Getting daring on a date.
Noise Complaints Up Across London

Noise Complaints Up Across London

The BBC has figures showing noise complaints on the rise - but are we getting noisier or just more irritable?
Film Preview: Southwark Travellers

Film Preview: Southwark Travellers

A new film chronicles the experiences of Southwark's long term traveller population.
Preview: Caught By The River Variety Show @ Southbank Centre

Preview: Caught By The River Variety Show @ Southbank Centre

The eclectic website celebrates its fifth birthday.
Venice And Spain Look Stunning In This Sargent Exhibition

Venice And Spain Look Stunning In This Sargent Exhibition

Sargent set free.
Scott Of The Antarctic, Rick Astley And A Cheese Slice

Scott Of The Antarctic, Rick Astley And A Cheese Slice

Lashings of tea, japery, home-made effects, and surreal chaos.
Marines And Misogyny In New Play Dogfight

Marines And Misogyny In New Play Dogfight

US musical comes to Southwark Playhouse.
Gabriel Celebrates Purcell At The Globe

Gabriel Celebrates Purcell At The Globe

Gabriel features trumpets, farting and music a-plenty.
Shunt To Expand: Going Beyond The Vaults

Shunt To Expand: Going Beyond The Vaults

Royal Court Comes To Haggerston, Peckham And King's Cross

Royal Court Comes To Haggerston, Peckham And King's Cross

No need to travel to Sloane Square for Imelda Staunton and Toby Jones.
Win Tickets To See Children Of The Sun At National Theatre

Win Tickets To See Children Of The Sun At National Theatre

A dark comedy from acclaimed collaborators, Howard Davies and Andrew Upton (sponsored post).
Lit Preview: London Literature Festival @ Southbank Centre

Lit Preview: London Literature Festival @ Southbank Centre

Big names, interesting events.
Leave No Bear Behind...Part 5

Leave No Bear Behind...Part 5

Preview: Made in Britain @ BFI Southbank

Preview: Made in Britain @ BFI Southbank

A new programme celebrating homegrown female film directors.
Theatre Review: You’ll See (Me Sailing In Antarctica) @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: You’ll See (Me Sailing In Antarctica) @ National Theatre

Rotate on the roof of the National Theatre under a floating helium moon.
Mayor's Question Time: The Edible Bus Stop Edition

Mayor's Question Time: The Edible Bus Stop Edition

The London Assembly still hasn't found what it's looking for.
Olympic Cauldron & The Shard Make Design Award Longlist

Olympic Cauldron & The Shard Make Design Award Longlist

Several other London projects also up for Design Museum's annual prize.
Londonist's Back Passage

Londonist's Back Passage

Preview: The Festival Of The World Presents Africa Utopia

Preview: The Festival Of The World Presents Africa Utopia

The best of Africa, coming to the Southbank.
Preview: United Film Festival @ Roxy

Preview: United Film Festival @ Roxy

Independent films and old classics at the United Film Festival.
Ed Gray's Renaissance-Inspired Paintings Of London

Ed Gray's Renaissance-Inspired Paintings Of London

An Arsenal matchday = Adoration of the Kings.
Tate Extension Approved: Now, Let's Give It A Nickname

Tate Extension Approved: Now, Let's Give It A Nickname

Review: Mel Giedroyc Stars In Hard-Hitting Extremism Story Luce

Review: Mel Giedroyc Stars In Hard-Hitting Extremism Story Luce

Bake Off host turns up the heat at Southwark Playhouse.
Happy Days Are Here Again

Happy Days Are Here Again

Juliet Stevenson knocks the socks off Beckett.
BBC Poll Sort-Of-Suggests That Riot Areas Still Feel Unsafe

BBC Poll Sort-Of-Suggests That Riot Areas Still Feel Unsafe

Poll perhaps misleading after boy named in manslaughter case.
Metal Jaws And Hydraulic Machines: James Capper, Prototype Reviewed

Metal Jaws And Hydraulic Machines: James Capper, Prototype Reviewed

Heavy construction meets sculpture.
Go Go Go To Spend Spend Spend

Go Go Go To Spend Spend Spend

Union Theatre's winning follow up to Loserville.
Last Chance To See: Seizure (Take Two)

Last Chance To See: Seizure (Take Two)

Home At The Shed: Gritty, Powerful East London Drama

Home At The Shed: Gritty, Powerful East London Drama

Troubled teens in an east London shelter.
A Joyous Exhibition Of Abstract Art At Tate Modern

A Joyous Exhibition Of Abstract Art At Tate Modern

Tate rediscovers a forgotten artist
Velveteen Rabbit Is Opposite Of Shabby At Unicorn Theatre

Velveteen Rabbit Is Opposite Of Shabby At Unicorn Theatre

Tale of rabbit who becomes real is entrancing.
Theatre Preview: The Irish Giant @ Southwark Playhouse

Theatre Preview: The Irish Giant @ Southwark Playhouse

The story of Charles Byrne and John Hunter finally comes to the stage.
UFOs Cause Bus Lane Incursion

UFOs Cause Bus Lane Incursion

Young Vic Plays Out Chekhov Against NIMBY Worries

Young Vic Plays Out Chekhov Against NIMBY Worries

Young Vic seeks comic origins of ultra-sentimental Russian classic.
Doctor, Doctor, There Are Maggots In My Slippers

Doctor, Doctor, There Are Maggots In My Slippers

King Lear In Belarusian At The Globe Theatre

King Lear In Belarusian At The Globe Theatre

Deeds not words rule the day.
Alan Ayckbourn's Festive Trials And Tribulations

Alan Ayckbourn's Festive Trials And Tribulations

Would you want to be stuck in a house with this lot over Christmas?
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.
London On The Cheap

London On The Cheap

Theatre Review: Freedom, Books, Flowers, And The Moon @ Waterloo East

Theatre Review: Freedom, Books, Flowers, And The Moon @ Waterloo East

A half-recommended show from the Paradigm Theatre Company.
Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Entries from twelve London boroughs are duking it out for a £2,000 prize.
3 Winters Charts The Hard History Of A House in Zagreb

3 Winters Charts The Hard History Of A House in Zagreb

Modern Croatian history as experienced by one family.
Review: Three Little Worlds @ Architecture Foundation

Review: Three Little Worlds @ Architecture Foundation

Imaginative furniture and design inspired by comic books that is both art and architecture.
Literary Review: Enitharmon Press @ Southbank Centre

Literary Review: Enitharmon Press @ Southbank Centre

Bookish things ahoy on the Southbank.
Faith And Fundamentalism Drive People To Extremes

Faith And Fundamentalism Drive People To Extremes

Teenager finds God at Unicorn Theatre.
Authors, Poetry, Stories For Not Much Cash In Peckham

Authors, Poetry, Stories For Not Much Cash In Peckham

Peckham Literary Festival is back.
Art Review: School Of Inversion @ Hayward Gallery

Art Review: School Of Inversion @ Hayward Gallery

A surreal and bizarre school where nothing is as you'd expect.
Home Sweet Empty Home

Home Sweet Empty Home

Padlocks At Dawn In Southwark

Padlocks At Dawn In Southwark

Work Begins On Tate Modern Extension

Work Begins On Tate Modern Extension

Photo of the Day: Jumper

Photo of the Day: Jumper

The Saturday Strangeness

The Saturday Strangeness

Tiergarten Before Bedtime: Emil and the Detectives @ National Theatre

Tiergarten Before Bedtime: Emil and the Detectives @ National Theatre

A Boy's Own tale of cops and robbers in Weimar Berlin.
Trash Cusine Is Difficult To Swallow At The Young Vic

Trash Cusine Is Difficult To Swallow At The Young Vic

Belarus Free Theatre stirs up deep feelings of unease on the realities of execution.
Art Preview: Our Mutual Friends – A Celebration Of The Commonplace

Art Preview: Our Mutual Friends – A Celebration Of The Commonplace

Artworks inspired by Dickens's bicentenary.
Review: Dance Umbrella

Review: Dance Umbrella

Two Design Awards For Olympics

Two Design Awards For Olympics

Torch and Velodrome win plaudits.
Deal Of The Day: Make Your Own Soap! 76% Off Workshop

Deal Of The Day: Make Your Own Soap! 76% Off Workshop

DIY suds.
Poignant One-Woman Show Brings Home Atrocities Committed In Syria

Poignant One-Woman Show Brings Home Atrocities Committed In Syria

Oh My Sweet Land at the Young Vic.
Deal Of The Day: One Minute Theatre At The Vaults

Deal Of The Day: One Minute Theatre At The Vaults

Serious drama from an Olivier and Tony-winning playwright.
New Voices At The Southwark Playhouse

New Voices At The Southwark Playhouse

New plays every night.
Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

The funnyman tells us about gigging in an upside-down purple cow.
Club Watch: Omar S, Kode 9, Martyn, Benji B @ Bussey Building

Club Watch: Omar S, Kode 9, Martyn, Benji B @ Bussey Building

The UK's hottest bass label leads an all star cast of house, techno and funky
A Fight To The Death Black Comedy

A Fight To The Death Black Comedy

The Lyons is in surprisingly good taste!
Designers Offer Their Spin On The Future Of Migration

Designers Offer Their Spin On The Future Of Migration

A political hot topic is met with quirky ideas for the future.
American Lulu Spreads Her Spider's Web

American Lulu Spreads Her Spider's Web

Sassy opera at the Young Vic.
Oxford Uni Brings Us The Comedy of Errors

Oxford Uni Brings Us The Comedy of Errors

A true-to-the-script student production.
Nature-ist: Kirkwood Nature Garden

Nature-ist: Kirkwood Nature Garden

A disused road/railway embankment which has been given back to nature.
Art Preview: Two Exhibitions @ Menier Gallery

Art Preview: Two Exhibitions @ Menier Gallery

An exhibition to save black bears and another featuring up-and-coming artists.
Last Minute Listing: Red Cross Bards

Last Minute Listing: Red Cross Bards

Review: Lost Highway

Review: Lost Highway

TONIGHT: Southwark Folk At Cuming Museum

TONIGHT: Southwark Folk At Cuming Museum

Nigel of Bermondsey leads songs about Southwark
Pole Singing: You Read It Here First

Pole Singing: You Read It Here First

From south London to (near) the South Pole: one man's homage to Scott.
London Fire Brigade Is Officially Excellent

London Fire Brigade Is Officially Excellent

The Saturday Strangeness

The Saturday Strangeness

Tonight: Laughing For Evelina Children's Hospital

Tonight: Laughing For Evelina Children's Hospital

Comedy fundraiser tonight at Ministry of Sound.
Top Tory Politician Has Motor Nicked

Top Tory Politician Has Motor Nicked

Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

Tate Extension Fundraising Reaches Halfway Stage

Tate Extension Fundraising Reaches Halfway Stage

Ten Exhibitions To Go And See In May 2017

Ten Exhibitions To Go And See In May 2017

Anime architecture and a Great Wave.
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast About London, 25 January 2013

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast About London, 25 January 2013

A tour of the Heygate Estate with N Quentin Woolf and Vanessa Woolf-Hoyle.
Theatre Review: Beyond Beauty @ The Last Refuge

Theatre Review: Beyond Beauty @ The Last Refuge

Sleeping Beauty is sent crashing into urban London.
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 20 October 2012

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 20 October 2012

Crossbones cemetery, poppies on the Tube, and the history of Dulwich and Southwark.
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 21 September 2012

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 21 September 2012

Cutty Sark controversy, Hampton Court naughtiness and stitched-up Peckham.
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 2 July 2012

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 2 July 2012

Guided walks, Peckham peregrinations, and all the latest London news.
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 21 May 2012

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 21 May 2012

Exploring the area around the Shard with a local historian.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The Top 11 Exhibitions To See In London Right Now

The Top 11 Exhibitions To See In London Right Now

You'll feel silly if you miss them
8 Exhibitions To See (And 2 To Avoid) In London Right Now

8 Exhibitions To See (And 2 To Avoid) In London Right Now

Our recommendations.
10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To In February

10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To In February

Time to get planning.
The Exhibitions You Should See In June 2017

The Exhibitions You Should See In June 2017

Including one that smells great.
6 must-see exhibitions opening in August

6 must-see exhibitions opening in August

Culture on the cheap.
London Exhibitions You Should Visit Right Now

London Exhibitions You Should Visit Right Now

So many exhibitions but which ones are worth a visit?
Which Exhibitions Should You Visit In December? Let Us Help You Out

Which Exhibitions Should You Visit In December? Let Us Help You Out

Which are you planning to see?
Get cultural at these 10 exhibitions opening in London in November

Get cultural at these 10 exhibitions opening in London in November

From maps to shoplifting.
Everything You Need To Know About Frieze Week

Everything You Need To Know About Frieze Week

The biggest week in the London art calendar.
Bjork To Jackson Pollock: The Top Exhibitions To See This Month

Bjork To Jackson Pollock: The Top Exhibitions To See This Month

Virtual reality to abstract expressionism.
10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To This Month

10 Exhibitions To Look Forward To This Month

Have an arty March.
A Shocking Return For World Press Photo Exhibition

A Shocking Return For World Press Photo Exhibition

Hard-to-stomach photos of child war victims are among this year's photos.
This month's must see (and must avoid) art

This month's must see (and must avoid) art

Don't waste your time on the exhibitions which aren't worth seeing.
Which Of These New Exhibitions Are Actually Worth Seeing?

Which Of These New Exhibitions Are Actually Worth Seeing?

The best and worst from London's art scene.
Whales, Mail Rail, And A Secret Society: July's Best Exhibitions

Whales, Mail Rail, And A Secret Society: July's Best Exhibitions

Dippy's replacement is unveiled this month
Our Top 10 Cultural Day Trips In London

Our Top 10 Cultural Day Trips In London

Bet you haven't done all 10.
The Best Of Today's London Art Scene

The Best Of Today's London Art Scene

Stunning photography and sprawling architecture.
Georgia O'Keeffe Blossoms At Tate Modern

Georgia O'Keeffe Blossoms At Tate Modern

Planning on going to see this?
Anselm Kiefer Has Outdone Himself With A Spectacular Exhibition

Anselm Kiefer Has Outdone Himself With A Spectacular Exhibition

The genius of Anselm Kiefer.
9 London Tours To Help You See The City Differently

9 London Tours To Help You See The City Differently

See a different part of the city.
See Ghost Signs Brought Back To Life This September

See Ghost Signs Brought Back To Life This September

London's commercial past, back from the dead.
Move From Darkness Into Light In These Two Exhibitions

Move From Darkness Into Light In These Two Exhibitions

Art experiences are becoming more popular.
The First World War Remembered In Exhibitions

The First World War Remembered In Exhibitions

From Croydon to Greenwich.
Giacometti: Tate Modern's Latest Blockbuster Exhibition

Giacometti: Tate Modern's Latest Blockbuster Exhibition

The big art ticket in town
Art That Moves Itself And The People Who See It

Art That Moves Itself And The People Who See It

"This is the kind of art fair you can take your kids to without having them drag their heels"
South London Has A Brand New Gallery

South London Has A Brand New Gallery

Effervescent wit at new South London Gallery.
These Vintage Dodgems Are Going Haywire...

These Vintage Dodgems Are Going Haywire...

Art that you can ride.