Giving you something to talk about... End of week news snippets.
Black History Live at Wembley begins a month of events, workshops, gigs, walks, talks and parties
With a world-famous Tintinologist. (Why wasn't that on the list of career options at school?)
The London-based group tell us about their upcoming tour, favourite venues and record shop 'slugs'.
It's hard not to be wowed at Gordon Ramsay's new City restaurant at One New Change.
Free and cheap things to do next week including apples, Knights Templar, Middle-Eastern song, poetry, art, film and dance
A cool, refreshing list of October beer festivals around the capital.
Londoner Jessie J is crowned pop princess but Nicola Roberts wows Camden
Criterion Presents new lunchtime and late evening entertainment in its glorious Victorian subterranean theatre (sponsored)
Art tonight in Bermondsey, Peckham and Deptford plus open studios across Lambeth and NW10 this weekend
Hyundai bags the rare opportunity to get a giant ad in the tourist hotspot.
Fans of The Cure and Bloc Party will want to pay special attention to our pick of gigs on sale this Friday.
A new green plaque and a very stale biscuit feature in Thursday's round-up.
Photo-sharing network hosts first photography exhibition.
Thousands of ideas for London and beyond, for anyone with a curious mind.
Lots of new eats and free frozen yogurt for London
The Spurs stadium saga continues...
Though intended as a ‘celebration of the power of storytelling’, Poliakoff’s drama is, unfortunately, rather dull.
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