The annual Open Garden Squares weekend, a chance to to inside lots of private gardens is also offering a chance to go inside the garden of 10 Downing Street.
Prepare to be bored silly and utterly fed up with a day of banal irrelevance, as the Boring Conference has announced the date for their 2018 day of tedium.
Next weekend there's free interactive art thing happening, and its set among the Barbican Highwalks, that optimistic, or infuriatingly complex, set of elevated pedestrian passages in the City of London.
There are few films that can be genuinely said to be worthy of both a big screen and an Orchestra and choir to provide live music.
The Rail Women Debate will examine the story of women in the rail industry, and how the industry can encourage more women to become involved in the railways.
Rather than watching rowers in the distance on the Thames, watch two apty named goats race around the Spitalfields city farm for their own goaty fame and glory.
Fancy a charming jaunt around the sights of London in a decorous style becoming of the Edwardian upper middle classes?
Tickets have been released for the last chance to go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Crossrail station at Canary Wharf.
Featuring a range of interactive features, the exhibition will cover the campaign for votes for women and the representation of women in the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
A week of events to mark the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, including a screening of Terminator 2 on an IMAX sized cinema screen.
Two tours focused on modernism in the London Underground have been announced for later this year. Both tour are limited to 25 people.
The huge empty bascule chamber underneath Tower Bridge is the setting for a video projection & sound installation inspired by the Blitz photography of Arthur Cross & Fred Tibbs.
Deep under a housing estate in North London lies one of WW2’s greatest secrets, the reserve Cabinet War Rooms that lay hidden and waiting, just in case the (now) more famous Westminster bunkers were destroyed.
This Sunday, there's a chance to see 1970s London Underground with this classic horror movie set on the tube, staring Donald Pleasence and Christopher Lee.
They've obviously decided that it's popular, as the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to computer games.