London Culture

The Murder Express returns on 2 October in east London

The Murdér Express Immersive Experience Reopens in East London

The Murdér Express, an immersive theatre and dining experience based in east London, is set to reopen in October to transport passengers back in time to the grandeur of the (pre-Covid) 19th century…  

London Restaurant Festival 2020 is taking place with a number of dine-in and at-home experiences

London Restaurant Festival’s At-Home Experiences Offer Covid-Proof Celebration of Hospitality

London Restaurant Festival returns this October with a mix of Covid-secure dine-in experiences and exclusive at-home events with leading chefs taking part both IRL and virtually

Camden Oktoberfest 2020 is on with extra Covid-secure measures

Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest 2020 in London

It’s all change for Oktoberfest 2020 with beery bear hugs OUT and table service for six IN. So don your best lederhosen and dirndls and get set for London’s best socially distanced celebrations of Bavarian beer and bratwurst

Swingers London crazy golf reopens in the City and West End

15 Things to Do this Weekend in London: 25-27 September 2020

From Greenwich Comedy Festival to Beer Yoga in Fulham and Russell Howard at The Clapham Grand to London Podcast Festival in Islington, there’s plenty of socially distanced fun to be had in London this weekend 

Camden Oktoberfest returns for 2020 in a covid secure way (photo: visionseven.co.uk)

29 Great Things to Do in London: October 2020

It’s full steam ahead for London Restaurant Festival and London Cocktail Week – all within Covid-secure government guidelines, of course – as well as the return of two great immersive theatre events, live comedy indoors and more

Architecture for Dogs launches at Japan House this weekend (D-Tunnel by Kenya Hara for Teacup Poodle, photo by Hiroshi Yoda)

15 Things to Do this Weekend in London: 18-20 September 2020

From drive-in opera at Ally Pally to Stand Up at the O2 in Greenwich and the reopening of The Clapham Grand, there are plenty of brilliant ways to enjoy a socially distanced late summer in London 

Orwell Park boarding and day school in Ipswich is a forest school with loads of outdoor space

Ad Feature The Benefits of Choosing a Boarding School in the Countryside

Choosing the right boarding school can be tricky. Adrian Brown, Headmaster at Orwell Park School – an independent school in Suffolk – believes that having access to the great outdoors benefits children in a big way

The Terrace at Alexandra Palace hosts alfresco comedy nights

5 Places to See Alfresco Comedy in London this September

Summer might be slipping away but there’s more alfresco fun to be squeezed out of London yet! From the huge Greenwich Comedy Festival to the last in a run of outdoor laughs at Ally Pally, here are five cool spots to catch some open-air comedy in September

The Rolling Stones are opening a shop on Carnaby Street, London (photo: Dave Hogan)

The Rolling Stones Open Flagship Shop on Carnaby Street

Rock ‘n’ roll legends the Rolling Stones are to launch a shop on London’s iconic Carnaby Street, offering a unique new immersive destination for fans 

Camden's Jazz Cafe Reopens for Socially Distanced Live Music Gigs

Camden’s Jazz Cafe Reopens for Socially Distanced Live Music Gigs

The Jazz Cafe in Camden is set to reopen in September with gigs by Hackney Afrobeat veteran Dele Sosimi and an album launch from Light of The World

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