Populist: 26 September - 2 October

Dean Nicholas
By Dean Nicholas Last edited 88 months ago
Populist: 26 September - 2 October

The week's most popular posts, and a round-up of what's happening around town.

In the news:
  • Mother-in-law jokes were banned by Barnet council. Or were they?
  • Seb Coe defended the decision to re-route the 2012 marathon.
  • Tottenham's bid for a new stadium was approved by Haringey council, which didn't stop the club from also bidding for the Olympic stadium.
  • Richard Barnbrook, the BNP's sole representative on the London Assembly, was expelled by the party.
  • Crossrail promised that the route will go ahead as originally planned, without any stations or branches being cut.
  • Victoria station was closed due to a mystery smell.
  • See the News category for more.

    Around town:

  • Help to save the 100 Club and fund the Arcola Theatre's new home.
  • Are you ready to help claim Britain's first Super Swarm badge?
  • Classic Eighties satire Yes Prime Minister lights up the Gielgud Theatre.
  • The link between Harry Potter and Norman Foster was exposed.
  • Raoul Moat gets his own stage play.
  • Photomonth takes over east London for the next few weeks.
  • Explore a vision of hell beneath Waterloo station.

    See the Arts & Events and Food & Drink categories for more.

    Last Updated 02 October 2010