The Southbank Centre is warning that it may not be able to reopen, unless it is able to either secure a rescue package or find a way of providing concerts with larger audiences.
Plumstead Common is open land high up the hills overlooking the Thames, and has a very odd and very deep valley running through one side of it. How has a short, deep, valley ended up here on top of a hill?
Sitting on a box outside a large industrial shed in Thamesmead is a very large Thunderbird 4.
There are rumours that BBC4 — the TV channel — could be closed down as a cost saving measure by the BBC.
A number of businesses and cultural venues that have had to close their doors are now selling tickets for use in the future.
While the museums and galleries have locked their doors there’s a chance to wander their empty halls alone, virtually.
Ever wondered what that tree is you passed during your lockdown exercise walk? There’s a website that tells you the answer.
If you’re stuck at home using video calling to keep in touch with work and friends, then TfL has produced some backgrounds to replace the bookshelf you usually sit in front of.
Thames Water is reporting a surge in sewer blockages of nearly 20 percent since the virus lockdown started.
This is a limited edition coffee table from the London Transport Museum which will be going on sale in July, although you can pre-order it now.
London’s museums and galleries have been forced to close their doors, and as a result are facing a crisis of funding.
The burger joint, Honest Burgers has teamed up with online butchers, Turner & George to deliver burger kits to your home. And it’s for charity.
With so many garden centres closed at the moment, there’s a risk that a lot of plants would have to be thrown on a compost heap – but now they can be delivered to your home instead.
Carters, the Victorian steam fair has cold boilers due the lockdown and wont be travelling in the near future – but you can still have the fun of the fair at home.
If you were to wander though the Natural History Museum shop (currently closed of course), then you might spy some really quite astonishing 3D pictures.
While London’s theatre lights are dark for the coronavirus lockdown, a number of them are offering online videos of their productions to soak away the hours.
Gibsons, a family-owned jigsaw puzzle and board game company says that it has signed an extended deal to release London Underground themed games.
About to do something fairly rare for me – full on name and shame a rather unpleasant copyright abuser.
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