The rest of the day's London news.
Stravinsky adaptation is a multi-dimensional showcase of talents.
Nominate your favourite drinking spots within an easy walk of Old Street Tube.
New markets aim to tempt Saturday punters.
Hint: not at the London Palladium.
A couple's war to break away from the cycle of every day life.
Hilarious stupidity mixed with sinister fantasy.
A book launch with a difference as the famous cricket almanac celebrates 150 years.
Roof sections from London's oldest station to be preserved in Wales.
Give Jerry a licking at Stratford Picturehouse.
A gaggle cave, handwritten portraits and dangerous ideas.
Today's London news.
Finger-breakingly titled play Nothing is the End of the World (Except for the End of the World).
Mammoths in Trafalgar Square, and a dinosaur in Enfield?
A clunky collision of stereotypes at the Almeida Theatre.
Gigs on sale this week include cult favourites They Might Be Giants.
Writers and cast from Arne Dahl and Borgen among the guests.
Five A&Es close their doors in last month and Charing Cross turns operating theatres into wards.
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