Barbican’s Disruption: A Fashion Performance on Saturday night provided a mesmeric concoction of fashion, music and dance.
A free taster of Totem for your Tuesday lunch break on Broadgate.
Monday news. Amongst other things, find out why TfL and the Royal Academy are in trouble.
William Forsythe's new work looks at the nature of our existence and simulates ping pong.
Building site fire closes Moorgate station.
Today's the day you can break away from this winter of discontent and book tickets to see Richard III at the Old Vic; it's sure to be the theatrical event of our glorious summer 2011.
Indian dining just got better with the launch of Namaaste Kitchen in Camden. Tandoor oven, Sigri and Tawa grills provide the food, while intricate spicing provides the thrills.
The narrow street, home of Bradley's Spanish bar, is set to welcome 18.5 tonne delivery lorries.
Our pick of the week's gigs. Whether you miss specific bands, decades, or genres, it's a good week to have your nostalgic whims fulfilled.
The much-disputed changes to ticket office opening hours are to go ahead this week.
Oxford Street: demonstrators hospitalised after police use irritant spray.
More historical trivia for a Monday Morning.
The not-so-good stuff from around the capital this weekend.
Owing to a surfeit of news this weekend, we have divided our round-up into the good bits and the less good bits. So you may peruse selectively. Here's the happier stuff...
All Souls Church on a cold, crisp night.
A quick tour around the British Academy's expansion into 11 Carlton House Terrace, formerly the home of William Gladstone.
Waaaaay-in-advance news for sci-fi fans. And friends of sci-fi fans. And film fans.
TfL prepares to switch on the first 'average speed cameras' on a major urban road - the accident-attracting A13 in east London.
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