Free films in the cinemas this Sunday with the National Lottery

This coming Sunday (30th Sept), a number of London cinemas will offer free film tickets to anyone holding a National Lottery ticket.

Talks to avert Piccadilly line strike collapse

Talks between the RMT and TfL to avert a strike on the London Underground this week have ended without agreement.

Unique studio apartment in outstanding location

A unique studio apartment is now available to view in a unique central London location.

Harry Potter wands to light the approach to St Paul’s Cathedral

As part of a PR stunt for a new Harry Potter based movie, there will be a row of giant wizard wands lining one of the approaches to St Paul's Cathedral next month.

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Drawing on a range of contemporary urban experiences included in a new book, Shaping Cities in an Urban Age, the panel discussion will explore the dynamics and challenges of urban change.
 6:30pm to 8pm

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Ten exhibitions open today - Closing Soon


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 9:30am to 11pm)
The National Theatre is one of London’s best known and most divisive pieces of architecture (Closing soon Thu, 1st Jan)


Concrete Reality - Denys Lasdun and the National Theatre


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 12pm to 8pm)
Welcome to SCOOP: A Wonderful Ice Cream World, a celebratory show that will explore the past, present and future of ice cream (Closing soon Thu, 1st Jan)


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 9:30am to 5:30pm)
Punk and Oi!, hip hop, grindcore, crust and hardcore-house While there have been various books and shows on specific aspects of the 1980's underground, this exhibition is perhaps the first attempt  (Closing soon Thu, 1st Jan)


The Music That Saved a Decade


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 10am to 5pm)
From the Renaissance to the present day, perspective has been a constant in architectural writing and illustration (Closing soon Thu, 1st Jan)


Disappear Here

In 1546, the former buildings and church of Greyfriars monastery in Newgate Street were given to the City of London for the benefit of the poor, elderly and sick (Closing soon Thu, 1st Jan)


Bluecoats in the City: 350 Years of Christ’s Hospital

An exhibition exploring the first 30 years of the Building Centre through its archive collection


A seedbed of ideas: notes from the Building Centre archive


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 11am to 7pm)
DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics is an exhibition of radical self-portraiture from the 1960s to the present day


DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 10am to 7pm)
An exhibition that shines a light on Kazakhstani contemporary art through parallel dialogues between contemporary artists, their Soviet predecessors, and the rise of post-nomadism

This exhibition explores the East London Federation of the Suffragettes (ELFS) campaign for the vote, their split from the WSPU and their wartime projects, which included a co-operative toy factory, a


The untold story of Sylvia Pankhurst’s radical East End suffragettes


(Wednesday, 26th Sep - 10am to 6pm)
This landmark exhibition explores the influence of Michael Jackson on some of the leading names in contemporary art, spanning several generations of artists across all media


Michael Jackson: On the Wall

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