Have you ever wandered down Strand and noticed two large hanging chess pieces outside a famous restaurant?
Despite claims that we’re living a new age of working from home and that cities will soon be urban wastelands, the reality is that while big changes are afoot, they are not as dramatic as may be suggested…
Due to you-know-what, the annual spectacle of a 3-mile long parade through central London is not going to happen this year.
Look to the skies, as the Red Arrows will fly over London on Saturday (15th Aug 2020) in the late-afternoon.
With an increase in people cycling, and a decrease in people clubbing, a Shoreditch venue is turning its space into a bicycle storage park.
The government’s £1.5 billion funding bailout for the creative industry could help stave of upwards of 100,000 job loses in London.
Fancy a tube map with a difference? How about one made from a circuit board – with lights that show live train movements?
Look to the skies tomorrow (Thur 18th June) as the Red Arrows are making a flypast over Central London at 5pm.
London City Airport says that it plans to start opening again towards the end of the month, which is either a welcome sign of normality returning, or an unwelcome return of aircraft noise, depending on your perspective.
Dotted around London are a growing number of micro-breweries, and many of them are offering home delivery of their beers in the lockdown times.
Normally thronging with tourists, a socially distanced Covent Garden plans to reopen next week (Mon 15th June).