The weather’s turning wintery and thoughts turn to mulled wine and ice skating, so here’s a round-up of the pop-up ice rinks that I am aware of in London this winter.
Tours through the Post Office’s disused Mail Rail tunnels will resume later this month having been closed since the pandemic lockdown started.
Tickets have been released for the Science Museum’s adults-only late-night opening taking place on Wednesday 14th October.
The old toy museum that you’ve probably heard off but keep forgetting to visit has started offering guided tours.
The painting that started appearing on £20 banknotes earlier this year will be one of the highlights of a new Turner exhibition, tickets for which are now on sale.
It’s a strange year and getting stranger, as that bastion of the Southbank arts complex, The National Theatre is to stage its first ever Pantomine this winter.
Two new exhibitions are opening soon at the British Museum, and in these covid times of restricted visitor numbers, tickets are now available.
The King’s Observatory, a grand building commissioned by King George III as an observatory for the transit of Venus is going to open its doors later this month for a rare chance to see inside.
The annual exhibition of award-winning photographs of our planet returns later this year, and due to shorter opening hours, they’re putting tickets on sale from today to give people a chance to book early.
This coming Bank Holiday weekend, steam trains will once again ply the route along the Epping Ongar Railway.
Greenwich’s restored Painted Hall normally charges for entry, but for a couple of weeks, entry will be free in the evenings.
A comforting antidote to the dreadful past few months, the BFI Southbank is screening a series of Bank Holiday style comfort movies when it reopens next month.
This coming Saturday, there’s a chance to walk through the tunnels deep under Clerkenwell once used by the Post Office’s private Mail Rail trains.