These are rather delightful, an expanding range of models of some of England's Cathedrals, Abbeys and Minsters, all made in card.
An exhibition of photos of drag artists may cause you to expect lots of men in voluminous quantities of make up and attitude, but this is rather more nuanced.
An online seller of minimalist logos in frames has secured a license to do the same to the London Underground roundels.
An exhibition at the BFI Southbank looks at the working class people who went onto stardom on the silver screen.
Next year, the City of London is planning a range of events, based around notable anniversaries in the "building of London".
A red lion will be added to Trafalgar Square next month, as part of the London Design Festival.
At the top end of Greenwich Park, away from the tourists is a grand house, called a lodge, and inside is one of the UK's finest collections of art. And until last week, not the easiest or most obvious one to see.
You have just a few weeks to visit the Courtauld Gallery before it closes for the next two years for a major refurbishment.
An exhibition of photos of people seeking asylum in the UK with their faces crudely scratched away.
A new science and art venue is opening later this year at London Bridge that aims to make scientific research accessible to visitor through installations and a programme of exhibitions and events.
It's quite something to put in an exhibition that before it opens garners more articles about the cost of the entry ticket. But that's the Money in Monet.
A recently rediscovered 20 foot long panorama of Westminster from 1815, showing the old Parliament building is up for sale this week.
What happens when an abandoned WW2 under Clapham is used to grow salads, and then gives over some of the space to modern art?
The National Gallery has given over space to a British born artist, who is best known for his sweeping, somewhat chocolate box landscapes of rural America.
You might have noticed, if you are in the area, that a large number of banners looking rather odd have gone up in the West End. It's not a cryptic advert, but part of celebrations to mark the Royal Academy's 250th anniversary.