Best Of Londonist: 15 September 2019

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

TfL Lost Property Office Goes Missing From Baker Street

This lost property office is one of the wonders of London

The Original Crossrail Moquette Is Such an Acquired Taste, Not Even Its Designer Likes It

Anyone see this and think of Timmy Mallet?

Exploring One of London's Quirkiest Neighbourhoods: Trinity Buoy Wharf

Home to London's only lighthouse.

Tickets for Hogwarts Christmas Dinner in the Great Hall Go on Sale Next Week

Shimmering silver, dripping icicles, sparkling snow.

Free and Cheap Events in London This Week: 16-22 September 2019

Open House, London Design Festival, and other free events

18 Glorious Photos of London's Lost and Abandoned Underground Stations

This one's going straight on the Christmas list

Secrets of Battersea Arts Centre

We go behind-the-scenes at the much-loved venue.

NFL in London: Which Matches Are When and How Can You Get Tickets?

Match dates, teams, and locations.

Pick Your Own Pumpkins at These Farms and Patches This Halloween

Pumpkin patches and farms ripe for the picking this Halloween.

London's Best Healthy Food... Without Leaving Your Sofa

Virtuous but delicious

Is the World's Best New Engineering Project Here in London?

Protecting the environment and preparing for population growth.

Kids Will Love Kidtropolis This October Half Term

Tickets are affordable too.

The New Bank Station Entrance at Cannon Street Is Taking Shape Nicely

Topped out.

London's Lost Rivers: Walking the Hidden River Walbrook

Buried, but not yet forgotten.

5 Audacious Imposters Who Tried to Con London

You've got to admire them for their guts.

What Connects Michael Caine, Ronnie Corbett and Nicola Adams? London's Portrait Benches

In search of London's local hero statues.

Affordable and Boozy Cocktails Exude Class at Diddy's

Classy cocktails in a classier setting.

Revisit Your Favourite Musical on Film at the BFI's New Season

An all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza.

The Tate's Massive William Blake Exhibition Is Here... And This Is What We Thought of It

Over 300 original watercolours, paintings and prints.

Torch Song Lights Up the New Turbine Theatre

Gay life in seventies New York.

Relive ABBA's Career at This Giant O2 Exhibition

Gimme, gimme, gimme... a ticket.

What's the Most Popular Route for the Bus Hopper Fare?

And what's the most popular bus hopper borough?

The Release Date for London's New Year's Eve Fireworks Has Just Been Announced

Booking fingers at the ready...

What Girls Are Made of Is Beautiful and Wrenching

For every kid born in the 90s and obsessed with music, go see this play

Pagan London: Where Did It All Begin?

From hidden temples to mysterious stone

In Love With London's Historic Theatres? You Want This Book

The architecture you missed while watching the stage.

For Services Rendered Bombed in the 1930s and This Version Isn't Much Better

A melodramatic look at the first world war.

Hansard Is Political Bickering at Its Best

A play for people in relationships with partners on the opposite end of the political spectrum

The Infamous Ballie Ballerson Is Getting a Second Venue... In Soho

What a load of balls.