Fancy watching a load of old railway films, accompanies by the music of a classic Wurlitzer organ blasting out some live music?
For a few days, there will be a food festival and it'll be inside the Tower of London's moat.
Celebrate half a century of absurdity, songs, jokes and genius, from Britain’s best-loved comedic sextet.
There's an exhibition for a couple of weeks at the BFI Southbank all about the new Dark Crystal prequel TV series.
Yes, it's that famous film or TV series, but what makes this screening notable is the location. Will you take a look at that.
Normally only open to researchers, for one day in September, British Telecom's archives will be open to the public.
On the 70th anniversary of the very day that The Third Man was released in cinemas, there will be a very special screening in central London.
Next month, there's a rare chance to see see behind the scenes at Lambeth Palace Library.
The man himself will be in London for a Q&A session after a screening of that most iconic of Star Trek movies, The Wrath of Khan.
Over four nights in August, it will be possible to go into the mighty stone edifice and see it in the twilight hours.
To celebrate 125 years of Tower Bridge, it will be hosting a series of one-off talks inside the the South Tower.
If you're the sort of person who reads this blog, then the thought of the XKCD author, Randall Munroe coming to London probably made you let out a little squeak of excitement.
This summer, there will be a season of Manga films shown on the Barbican's big screens.
It's a middle-of-the-week event, but there's a chance to visit the headquarters of the City of London police next month.
In 1919 two small aircraft firms were set up in the UK and through many mergers became British Airways, which is now marking its centenary with a vision of flight in another century hence.