For the first time in over 5 years, and for just two days, the restored gardens of Spencer House in central London will be open to the public.
A flurry of publicity earlier this year announced plans to test driverless cars in Greenwich this summer, and now you can register to be a tester.
The University of East London is having a one-night only architecture display, and it's at the iconic Millennium Mills building.
The Chapel in Brompton Cemetery is once again hosting a series of talks, this year on the topic of alchemy and magic in London.
As mentioned a few weeks ago, there is to be a one-night art event in Central London, and tickets are now about to go on sale.
An annual gin festival returns to Tobacco Dock later this year, and early-bird tickets are now on sale.
Gin, Umbrella Jousting, Gin, Three-Trousered Limbo, Gin, Moustache Wrestling, Gin, Quill Throwing, Gin and Bounders.
Later this month marks the 25th anniversary of the UK's first female astronaut blasting into space, and she will be at the Science Museum for a talk/question session.
Every couple of years, the McAlpine's open up their back garden to the general public, and many come, because in that back garden is a fully working steam railway.
The Transport Museum has announced that it is going to be running a series of tours of tube stations focusing on their architecture.
The semi-annual Open Doors event is back after a slightly longer than usual gap, offering a peek behind the hoardings that cover up building sites.
A stage will be set up in Guildhall Art Gallery's Basinghall Suite with a lectern and a free standing microphone to enable people to read, recite or perform their piece.
The London Transport Museum has announced a new round of tunnel and disused station tours, with tickets going on sale next week.
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