Best Of Londonist: Sunday 29 August 2021

Best Of Londonist: Sunday 29 August 2021

Your weekly Londonist round-up.

25+ Amazing Things To Do In London This Month: September 2021

Flower festivals, sheep on the loose, and Open House London.

Cross The Tracks, back in 2019. Image by Luke Dyson.

10 London Comedy Shows To Watch This September

Get your giggle on.

Fern Brady's on the bill for another guaranteed great night at Knock2Bag Comedy

Review: Scary Story Starring Lily Allen Is Schlocky Horror Show

An overlong and underwritten fireside tale.

Lily Allen stars in underwhelming supernatural thriller 2:22. Image © Helen Murray

Dozens Of Vintage Boats Will Moor Up Near Tower Bridge This September

Classic Boat Festival at St Katharine Docks.

You can go aboard various boats (although they won't be taking you very far)

10 Animals You Wouldn't Expect To Find On A London Cricket Pitch

Proving there's nowhere in London a goose won't go, given the chance.

Sheep at Lord's. Reproduced by kind permission of Marylebone Cricket Club

Fantastic Festivals In London: Autumn 2021

Festivals aren't just for summer.

Turning Tides at Greenwich Peninsula

Crome London: The Capital Gets Its First French Toast Cafe

Including French toast with Flamin' Hot Cheetos, triple cheese sauce, and chilli.

Photo: Crome London

Where To Catch A Concert With Your Dinner

Is cabaret seating the new mosh pit?

Image by Quaglino's, St James's.

What Were The First Electric Advertisements At Piccadilly Circus?

Illuminating stuff.

By the 1960s, ads were promoting Cola, Skol and Lemon Hart

Review: Globe Of Death Wows Crowd As Circus Returns To London

A heady, interactive show.

An Illustrated Calendar Of London's Barmiest Annual Events

How many have you been to?

A calendar of esoteric London events, arranged on a tree formation
© Adam Dant. Click to enlarge

The Square Mile Is Stunning In These Award-Winning Photos Captured By Londoners

Beauty in the everyday, after lockdown. (sponsor)

Nature and Grand Prize winner: @britttimmerman

Covent Garden Market Is Now A Neon Wonderland

Chila Burman is back.

Last Updated 27 August 2021