Theatre & Arts

'Stop Knife Crime' Street Art Appears In Old Street

'Stop Knife Crime' Street Art Appears In Old Street

It's the work of street artist Ben Eine. | By Laura Reynolds
Fake Britain: A Map Of Fictional Locations In England, Scotland And Wales

Fake Britain: A Map Of Fictional Locations In England, Scotland And Wales

Hogwarts? Bleak House? Holby City? | By M@
 A Mesmerising Performance Of Britten's War Requiem By English National Opera

A Mesmerising Performance Of Britten's War Requiem By English National Opera

A humbling and unforgettable evening. | By Alex Hopkins ★★★★★
The Feminist Library Needs Help To Find A New Home

The Feminist Library Needs Help To Find A New Home

It's moving to Peckham. | By Harry Rosehill
After Dark At Chiswick House: A First Look At London's New Light Festival

After Dark At Chiswick House: A First Look At London's New Light Festival

Take a selfie beneath a supermoon. | By Laura Reynolds
Miss Out On Spice Girls Tickets? Denim - The Reunion Tour Is The Show For You

Miss Out On Spice Girls Tickets? Denim - The Reunion Tour Is The Show For You

In this case, at least there's five of them. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Pinter Perplexes And Perturbs In Double Bill

Pinter Perplexes And Perturbs In Double Bill

Pinter short play season continues. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Pinter Plays Explore Landscape Of Loneliness and Alienation

Pinter Plays Explore Landscape Of Loneliness and Alienation

Tragedy alternates with comedy. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody Lyrics Are Lighting Up Carnaby Street This Christmas

Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody Lyrics Are Lighting Up Carnaby Street This Christmas

No not that Queen, the other Queen. | By Londonist Staff
There's A New Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Exhibition - And It's Free

There's A New Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Exhibition - And It's Free

A free exhibition in Soho. | By Laura Reynolds
Mary Poppins Returns: Events And Afternoon Teas To Celebrate The New Film

Mary Poppins Returns: Events And Afternoon Teas To Celebrate The New Film

Where to get your own spoonful of sugar. | By Laura Reynolds
Where To Find Hedgehogs In Central London

Where To Find Hedgehogs In Central London

Just one prickle of hedgehogs left. | By M@
Rediscovering The East End's Yiddisher Jazz Scene

Rediscovering The East End's Yiddisher Jazz Scene

New musical compilation tells a colourful tale of the Cockney Jewish experience. | By Maire Rose Connor
Which Part Of London Still Watches TV In Black And White The Most?

Which Part Of London Still Watches TV In Black And White The Most?

Proper vintage kit. | By Harry Rosehill
Theatre Review: Billy Bishop Goes To War At Jermyn Street Theatre

Theatre Review: Billy Bishop Goes To War At Jermyn Street Theatre

A ripping yarn. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Zadie Smith's White Teeth Comes To The Stage In Its Native Kilburn

Zadie Smith's White Teeth Comes To The Stage In Its Native Kilburn

Celebrating London's multicultural diversity. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: Brexit - Trying To Leave The EU And Make It Funny For All

Theatre Review: Brexit - Trying To Leave The EU And Make It Funny For All

Yes, but also no minister. | By Johnny Fox ★★★☆☆
The Assyrian King Ashurbanipal Conquers The British Museum In This Spectacular Exhibition

The Assyrian King Ashurbanipal Conquers The British Museum In This Spectacular Exhibition

A king who crushed enemies and hunted lions. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★★
In Photos: Fireworks Night 2018 In London

In Photos: Fireworks Night 2018 In London

16 snaps of big bangs across the capital. | By Laura Reynolds
In Photos: Thousands Of Flames Illuminate The Tower Of London

In Photos: Thousands Of Flames Illuminate The Tower Of London

See the Remembrance installation for free, until Sunday. | By Laura Reynolds
The Best Exhibitions In London Right Now, Including Chernobyl Paintings And 1930s Fashion

The Best Exhibitions In London Right Now, Including Chernobyl Paintings And 1930s Fashion

If you work in an office, one of these exhibitions will be very familiar. | By Tabish Khan
Disturbing Satire Of The Housing Market Is Spookily Topical In Dealing With Clair

Disturbing Satire Of The Housing Market Is Spookily Topical In Dealing With Clair

A familiar scenario for anyone who's been 'gazumped'. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: Soldier On At The Other Palace

Theatre Review: Soldier On At The Other Palace

A brave enterprise of the Soldiers’ Arts Academy charity. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
11 Remembrance Day Artworks To See This Weekend

11 Remembrance Day Artworks To See This Weekend

You've only got a week to see them. | By Laura Reynolds