Just over four years ago, a bright morning had me up at the top of the Shard for a look. Time to go back for another look.
The semi-annual Open Doors event is back, offering a peek behind the hoardings that cover up building sites.
Roll up, roll up, be amazed and astonished, magic to astound, entertainments to delight, all the fun of the Victorian music hall and stage.
There’s a space at the BFI which hosts small exhibitions to actors past, and at the moment, it’s devoted to one of the movie world’s earliest African-American stars, who was almost as well known for his socialist views.
A modest, but historically fascinating view of an often unseen aspect of WW1 has gone on display in the sumptuous Maughan Library.
Charles Dickens was a famous author who lived in a house in London for a while. The house is now a museum. Have you been?
Never has a database ever looked so beautiful. If the IMDB website were ever to be printed out on old computer punch cards, this is what it would look like.
Next weekend will be the first chance to see the UK’s AIDS Memorial Quilt as it goes on display for the first time in 20 years.
A collection of original illustrations by Thomas the Tank Engine artist, John Kenney, have gone on display at the Charles Dickens museum, to celebrate the life of the novelist.
If you were to walk up the spiral staircase to St Paul Cathedral’s famous whispering gallery, you might notice locked doors leading to hidden places, and behind one of them lurks a marvel.