Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up, sponsored by National Theatre and their brand new show People, Places and Things.
- Meet the four men who want to be the Conservative mayoral candidate.
- Time for a change — the London Clockmakers' Museum collection has found a new home.
- The launch of the long-awaited Night Tube could be delayed.
- Looks like Hackney's pubs and bars won't have to close at 11pm after all.
- Do stereotypes threaten London's future doctors?
- It's time to wax lyrical — London is looking for its next Young Poet Laureate.
- Library of historic print artefacts has confirmed it's not closing.
Curiouser and curiouser
- Lodnon is home to so many typos, we had to go back for round two.
- We've come up with a new Beaufort Scale... for pub cats.
- Richard Seifert: the famous architect who built a pirate castle.
- The hidden graffiti uncovered at Tate Britain.
- WON'T ANYBODY THINK OF THE 24 HOUR TUBE MICE?
- Part one of our search into what happened to the best London pubs of 1967.
- You asked, we answered: what are those red pillars next to Blackfriars Bridge?
- Camberwelly? Millhillbilly? Ovaloid? What to call the denizens of London neighbourhoods.
- How the tube lines got their names.
- Love a good nerdy fact? Watch the third instalment of Secrets of London's Canals.
- Why the Mole Man of Hackney was one of London's greatest eccentrics.
- Find out about the Huguenots of Spitalfields in this week's podcast.
- Exotic animals and peculiar stories in new book The Georgian Menagerie ★★★★☆
- Flamboyant and daring, Briefs Boys are more boylesque than burlesque ★★★★☆
- Double R Club eschews happy-clappy cabaret for a David Lynch-inspired experience ★★★☆☆
- A different look at apartheid-era South Africa, in My Children! My Africa! ★★★★☆
- Hetty Feather is touching, acrobatic and great for kids ★★★★☆
- Al fresco Pinocchio is anything but wooden ★★★★★