We may be used to the family pet making impromptu appearances in video calls, but how about an actual farm joining in?
Wake up sleepy heads, as the RED ARROWS are flying over London on Friday (8th May) morning for VE Day.
During the lockdown, the independent theatre, Southwark Playhouse has put some of its recent productions online to watch from the home.
Fancy an evening in Horseguards Parade watching a military precision drill, with cannons, and finished off with fireworks?
As part of the annual Open Garden Squares Weekend that takes place later this year, one rather special garden will be open to the public – the one behind 10 Downing Street.
The 12th annual Tweed Run returns to the streets of London in May, as a few hundred well dressed cyclists decoratively perambulate around the city.
Two lords of geek come together next month for an evening of science and comedy.
A few years ago, I spent a couple of hours bashing an ancient monument with a hammer, and there’s a chance to do it again.
There’s an opportunity next month to see a screening of one of Tom Baker’s better Doctor Who outings, followed by Q&A with Louise Jameson.
This Easter, the Science Museum is once again going to fill a huge room with old computers packed full of vintage games to play.
Each year, two major royal ceremonies take place, and you can request tickets to attend them.
If you’re a person who might be interested in a career in the construction industry, there’s a chance for a behind-the-scenes views of building sites across the country.