Let us waste no more time, and get on with what we enjoy most – drinking, outdoors, in the sun. Perfect.
Here are our 28 top places to drink outside in London. If you think we’ve missed any gems, just let us know – we’re all about democracy here!
It’s nearly time for summer to pulsate through the city and free festivals in London give space for the community to party for free & get the most out of the city.
One of the most successful female artists of all time, Nana Mouskouri is heading to Royal Festival Hall on 17 October. Tickets are on sale from tomorrow (Friday 23 March 2018). The charity shop is where we first discovered Nana…
Need London phone fixers?
Then look no further Cracked It, the Holloway-based phone repair company that trains young offenders to repair broken smartphones as a route away from crime, has won a Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) award.
We are so excited to see the makers of La Soirée are bringing Club Swizzle – a new twist on the format – to London this Summer. Tickets go on sale on 14 March 2018, so do treat yourself to a taste of Swizzle!
In a festival season where some festivals have not one female headliner (*cough* Barclays BST in Hyde Park *cough*), we thought it was about time to celebrate the amazing women headlining 2018’s London festivals.
Forget Torremolinos next year, England is where it’s at with these unbelievable things to do in England in 2016.
An 8 step guide to getting free tickets in this fine old city of ours…
There’s a couple of cheeky 😉 plugs in my clubs in London list for my own gigs. Can you spot them? Follow me on Instagram Friday 18 May U OK HUN, Bethnal Green Working Mens Club (Bethnal Green) Royal wedding…
The weekend in clubs in London. Follow me on Instagram Thursday 10 May ONGAKU YORU, My Neighbours the Dumplings (Clapton) Japanese music night. HOLLOW GOLD, The Fountain Pub (Tottenham) Live show with various acts brought by West Green Connection….
Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw make up legendary political performance company Split Britches. Their show UXO Unexploded Ordnances is coming up at the Barbican next week from 15 May. The key conspirators discuss what makes the show below… Unexploded Ordnances…
Suicide Notes… is an intriguing and engaging evening, edging wonderfully beyond comprehension
For the second year running, London legend, Stanley Gibbons on the Strand will be celebrating all things philatelic!
Forget the throwaway world of Snapchat and send something truly special at Stanley Gibbons for free this Sunday 6 May 2018.
This weekend’s roundup of evening delights at top offbeat clubs in London (and even an excursion to Brighton).
Christopher Brett Bailey returns with a new different-every-night, shouting and reading show Suicide Notes… the spoken word of Christopher Brett Bailey.