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Things To Do This Weekend In London: 15-16 December 2018

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 15-16 December 2018

Dinosaurs, the Gruffalo and the Met Police Choir all make an appearance. | By Londonist Staff
40 Fantastically Festive Photos Of London At Christmas

40 Fantastically Festive Photos Of London At Christmas

These'll melt hearts of even the biggest Scrooges. | By Laura Reynolds
Explore Subterranean London On The New Episode Of Our Podcast

Explore Subterranean London On The New Episode Of Our Podcast

What lies beneath our feet? | By Harry Rosehill
15 Of The Best Craft Beer Pubs In London

15 Of The Best Craft Beer Pubs In London

Beautiful brews in sweet surroundings. | By Dave Haste
Little Kolkata: The Cult Favourite Supperclub Gets A Permanent Home

Little Kolkata: The Cult Favourite Supperclub Gets A Permanent Home

Goat curries and cloud-light luchi in Covent Garden. | By Lydia Manch ★★★☆☆
Whitechapel Added To Night Overground

Whitechapel Added To Night Overground

From this weekend, you can stay out late in E1. | By M@
Drink Your Way Through The Kings And Queens Of Britain

Drink Your Way Through The Kings And Queens Of Britain

From King Harold to the Queen Mum. | By M@
Cronut Bakery Dominique Ansel Is Opening A New Branch In Covent Garden

Cronut Bakery Dominique Ansel Is Opening A New Branch In Covent Garden

Coming spring 2019. | By Laura Reynolds
Things To Do Today In London: Friday 14 December 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Friday 14 December 2018

Portraits of MPs, ballroom dancing, and a speakeasy party. | By Londonist Staff
Peter Pan Lives On At Park Theatre

Peter Pan Lives On At Park Theatre

J.M Barrie's classic tale - with added smartphones. | By Alice Grahame ★★★☆☆
The New York Times Asked Londoners For Their Tales Of Petty Crime... The Responses Are Hilarious

The New York Times Asked Londoners For Their Tales Of Petty Crime... The Responses Are Hilarious

NYT inadvertently uncovers massive crime wave sweeping the capital. | By Laura Reynolds
A Wine Lover’s Guide To London

A Wine Lover’s Guide To London

The capital through rosé-tinted glasses. | By Maire Rose Connor
How Photography Is Empowering London's Marginalised Communities

How Photography Is Empowering London's Marginalised Communities

Photojournalist Cinzia D'ambrosi uses her lens to create positive change. | By Kyra Hanson
A Time Out Food Market Is Opening In The Former Waterloo Eurostar Terminal

A Time Out Food Market Is Opening In The Former Waterloo Eurostar Terminal

Spitalfields may still happen too. | By Laura Reynolds
Fantastically Festive Photos Of London's Christmas Trees

Fantastically Festive Photos Of London's Christmas Trees

Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree... | By Laura Reynolds
Photographer Captures Notting Hill's Sense Of Community In Brilliant Black And White

Photographer Captures Notting Hill's Sense Of Community In Brilliant Black And White

Stunning shots from Lorenzo Grifantini. | By Harry Rosehill
Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time At Piccadilly Theatre

Theatre Review: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time At Piccadilly Theatre

Fantastic effects give the show a stronger impact than ever. | By Will Tizard ★★★★★