Theatre & Arts

An Eerie Dystopia Takes Over Tate Britain

An Eerie Dystopia Takes Over Tate Britain

Embrace the chaos. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Kissing, Thinking, Hanging: Sculpted Drama With Rodin At Tate Modern

Kissing, Thinking, Hanging: Sculpted Drama With Rodin At Tate Modern

The artist, the sculptor, the genius. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
14 Excellent Exhibitions To See When Museums Open This Month

14 Excellent Exhibitions To See When Museums Open This Month

Culture is back. | By Tabish Khan
8 Times We Spotted Elvis In London

8 Times We Spotted Elvis In London

Where to see The King around town. | By M@
God's Own Junkyard Is Giving Leadenhall A Neon Glow-Up

God's Own Junkyard Is Giving Leadenhall A Neon Glow-Up

See the historic market in a whole new light. | By Maire Rose Connor
Lewisham School Of Muralism's Brightening The Streets Of South London

Lewisham School Of Muralism's Brightening The Streets Of South London

Outdoor artworks celebrate themes of nature and migration. | By Maire Rose Connor
Memorabilia And VIP Gigs Up For Grabs In This Incredible Charity Raffle

Memorabilia And VIP Gigs Up For Grabs In This Incredible Charity Raffle

In aid of the UK's largest musical therapy charity. | Sponsor
100 Hackney Residents Captured In 100 Photos

100 Hackney Residents Captured In 100 Photos

Covering every age from birth to a century old. | By Londonist
14 Must-See Exhibitions To Welcome You Back To London's Galleries

14 Must-See Exhibitions To Welcome You Back To London's Galleries

On your marks, get set... art! | By Tabish Khan
In Pictures: Vintage Shops Of London

In Pictures: Vintage Shops Of London

New book celebrates London's troves of pre-loved treasures | By Maire Rose Connor
In Pictures: The Women Shaping London's Grime Scene

In Pictures: The Women Shaping London's Grime Scene

Too Many Man shines a spotlight on women in grime. | By Maire Rose Connor
Did You Know Goldilocks Was Impaled On St Paul's Cathedral?

Did You Know Goldilocks Was Impaled On St Paul's Cathedral?

Don't have nightmares. | By Will Noble
The Cat In A Hat In A Shirt Shop

The Cat In A Hat In A Shirt Shop

You'll find Binks on Jermyn Street. | By Londonist
An Artist Illustrated Every Single Bizarre Day Of 2020 In London

An Artist Illustrated Every Single Bizarre Day Of 2020 In London

Drawn on masks, leaves and orange peel. | By Will Noble
In Pictures: East London Captured In Tantalisingly Incomplete Photos

In Pictures: East London Captured In Tantalisingly Incomplete Photos

"It's just like being in the crowd while blinking your eyes." | By Londonist
The Crystal Palace Bowl Is Making A Comeback

The Crystal Palace Bowl Is Making A Comeback

A new lease of life for the iconic outdoor amphitheatre. | By Maire Rose Connor
Everyday 1930s London Captured In These Remarkable Photos

Everyday 1930s London Captured In These Remarkable Photos

From pavements artists to the National Gallery. | By Londonist
The Eeriness Of The Tube During Lockdown

The Eeriness Of The Tube During Lockdown

A photography series capturing the melancholy beauty. | By Maire Rose Connor
9 Wonderful Charles Dickens Quotes On Rail Travel

9 Wonderful Charles Dickens Quotes On Rail Travel

Turns out train food was always terrible. | By Londonist
Halima Nałęcz, Icon Of London's Sixties Art Scene, To Get A Green Plaque

Halima Nałęcz, Icon Of London's Sixties Art Scene, To Get A Green Plaque

She was the owner of Westminster's renowned Drian gallery. | By Maire Rose Connor
A Dive Into To London's Road Tunnels

A Dive Into To London's Road Tunnels

Part of London’s road scape for over a century. | By Londonist
This Artist Draws Famous Londoners As Pigeons

This Artist Draws Famous Londoners As Pigeons

From Amy Winghouse to Freddie Mer-coo-ry. | By Londonist
A Glowing Tribute To NHS Vaccine Success Has Appeared At Guy's Hospital

A Glowing Tribute To NHS Vaccine Success Has Appeared At Guy's Hospital

The 'Tunnel of Light' is described as a symbol of optimism. | By Maire Rose Connor
Amy Johnson: The Aviatrix Who Made History At Croydon, Then Mysteriously Disappeared

Amy Johnson: The Aviatrix Who Made History At Croydon, Then Mysteriously Disappeared

"When she spoke of her plane, it was as if she was talking about a pet." | By Londonist