Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.
Virgin Trains Will Stop Running From Euston Station Next Year
Another Virgin franchise bites the dust.
A Tube Map of Stations That Share Words
Beautiful to behold. Useless for getting around.
The Uber-Rare Tube Map Created for the 1966 World Cup
Map of the Day.
The Brompton Cemetery Tomb That's Rumoured to Be a Time Machine
"I first came across the mausoleum while on an excruciatingly awful date."
A Regular Steam Train Service Is Launching at Waterloo Station... And We're Absolutely Chuffed!
Tickets start at £35.
Just 78 Out of 270 Tube Stations Are Fully Accessible
Is enough being done?
Kew Gardens Just Got Prettier Thanks to These Beautiful Glass Sculptures
Perfect for a summer's day.
Where to Drink Beer in London: April 2019 Beer Festivals
It gets beery busy towards the end of the month.
Love Prosecco? There's a Three-Day Festival Dedicated to the Stuff in May
A Hidden Woodland Pub Garden in West London... With a Roof That Opens and Closes!
Good work, The Prince.
The Scream Is Part of an Excellent British Museum Exhibition on Edvard Munch
So much more than inspiration for an emoji.
The London of 1972... According to This Retro Time Out Guide Book
Look what we found in a secondhand bookshop...
Free and Cheap Events in London This Week: 15-21 April 2019
Exhibitions, talks and performances, all under a fiver
Meet London's New Foodie Hotspot, Italian Alley
5 restaurants, endless tasty dishes.
There's a Charming Peter Rabbit Afternoon Tea for Adults and Kids
All served inside a Victorian glass atrium.
The Best of British Tapas in Bermondsey at Donnelly's Restaurant
A dessert that if it was any richer would have to be sequestered away in the Cayman islands
Theatre Review: Arthur Miller's the Crucible at the Yard Theatre
Intense, haunting and haunted.
V&A Has Just Opened Another Fashion Blockbuster, This One Is All About Mary Quant
Can it compete with V&A's other fashion exhibition, Dior?
Cyclists and Pedestrians - You've Now Got Hammersmith Bridge to Yourselves!
Crossing closed indefinitely to cars and buses.
This Japanese Restaurant Is Going All Out for Cherry Blossom Season
Hanami comes to Sakagura.
Bye Bye RV1
How's your route affected?
From May, a Giant Moon Will Shine on Natural History Museum
Museum of the Moon comes to London.
Somebody Broke the BT Tower: Windows 7 Error Message Visible Across London
When landmarks have software meltdowns.
Naughty but Nice! Erotic Cupcake Class Comes to Town
Top tip: sprinkles make fantastic edible pubes.
Here's What Happened When We Took Our 3 Year Old to This Fantastic Poster Exhibition
So. Many. Pretty. Posters.
Step Inside Southbank Centre's Soundpit
Have look inside
Petition Against 'Deeply Dehumanising' Tube Announcements
Sign this petition if you think TfL should stop its anti-begging announcements
9 Out of 10 Rail Journeys Soon Possible by Electronic Smart Tickets
Not quite Oyster, but it's a start.
A Night of Soul, Blues and Americana Awaits
Nell's Jazz and Blues welcomes another rising star
Watch the British Army Meet the Night Watch From Game of Thrones
Watch out for the ravens
But Where Are the Pigeons?!
Shame about the lions.
Donald Trump: State Visit to London in June 2019?
Full procession down the Mall expected.
Tony's Last Tape: A Touching Look at the Personal Life of Politician Tony Benn
Tony Benn's diaries translated into a one-act monologue.
The Parakeeting of London Goes Gonzo on Our Green Birds
Green peril or exotic beauties?
Mother Thames: ZSL's New Conservation Project Focuses on the River Thames
This worthwhile project gets our *seal* of approval.
Theatre Review: Nigel Slater's Toast at the Other Palace
Like toast itself, it’s comfort eating but not quite sustenance enough for an entire evening.
5 Ways London's Transport Is Being Made More Accessible
Everything we learned at Access All Areas.
Opera Review: Faust at Royal Opera House
Well worth signing up for a dance with this devil
Imperial Treasure: The Pall Mall Chinese Restaurant's Imperial in Every Way
Aimed at emperors and expense accounts