Murky Monday news. Including stories from both of London's LSEs.
Spot the error in the latest Tube map.
More hidden symbolism in the world's most maligned logo.
Hot on the designer heels of London Fashion Week, Bethnal Green's vintage fair was packed full and fabulous.
A model of the New Bus for London, the Routemaster-style vehicle that Boris Johnson plans on bringing to the capital's streets next year, goes on display in the London Transport Museum
Simon Callow extols love of the famous East End music hall.
Theatre, dance, music, film, food, visual arts, spoken word...the Barbican Centre's big Weekender has it all (sponsored post).
Chucklesome alt-folk at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on 17 June.
The final stage of the East London Line extension (phase one) opened this morning, when the link between Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington via Canonbury opened to the public.
Draw the Tube network from memory...
Today is the 36th anniversary of a tragic incident on the tube.
Jonathan Miller’s production of The Mikado enjoys its twenty-fifth anniversary revival.
The London Word Festival returns! With excellent guests (Alan Moore, anyone?), inventive and immersive performances, witty and intelligent ideas, and a Scrabble tournament.
An almost uniquely South-of-the-river based news round-up. Good to know it's quiet up North....
Seven of the best seasonal London photos from the last seven days.
The Pet Shop Boys return to the London stage with a new full-length ballet at Sadler's Wells.
Meet a lion-taming, prostitute-bothering priest and a man who knows a thousand words for vagina.
Londonist reviews Whose Blood at The Old Operating Theatre, where bodies were in much demand in 1832, for many different reasons...
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