Best Of Londonist: 16 May 2021

By Maire Rose Connor Last edited 8 months ago
Best Of Londonist: 16 May 2021

Your weekly Londonist round-up.

London’s Most Inconvenient Plaque Marks A Forgotten Roman Site

Hidden in brambles, up a big hill, miles from anywhere.

A remote plaque to the Roman settlement of Sulloniacis in Brockley Hill

Where To See Wisteria In Bloom In London This Season

The capital's best wisteria hysteria spots.

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The Other Sherlock And Moriarty Of Baker Street

A plaque to Sherlock... but not the one you expected.

Green plaque to Dame Sheila Sherlock, professor of medicine

Buildings That Shaped London: Pullman Court in Streatham

Miami modernism via Streatham Hill.

Image by Lydia Manch.

Could We BE Any More Excited? FriendsFest Is Back This Summer

The epic summer tour starts here in London. (sponsor)

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

The artist, the sculptor, the genius.

The central room gives it the feel of an artist's studio.  © Tate  photography (Matt Greenwood)

London’s Best Postmodern Buildings: An Opinionated Selection

Colourful, playful architecture from the 80s.

One Poultry, a pink and cream striped postmodern building near Bank that everybody hates but I actually like, so there.

There's A Beautiful New Bakery Coming To Belgravia

We'll have the chocolate and sea salt sourdough, please. (sponsor)

Last Updated 14 May 2021