There's a rather fun exhibition on at the moment about the pre-television era of mass entertainment, the music halls and the people who they turned into later television stars.
After a lengthy restoration, the Cally Clock Tower opens to the public next month, and tickets to climb up to the top are now available.
Granville Square is a prominent tree lined square surrounded by period homes, located north of Kings Cross Road.
This is a tiny little pocket park that should have me delighting in its planting, but actually has me dispirited at the missed opportunity.
This small park near to Farringdon station is unsurprisingly, a former church graveyard, but also the site of a tumultuous period of English history.
A patch of council housing in Clerkenwell has been recently improved by replacing concrete and cars with grasses and greenery.
An experiment is under way that will soon see heat from tube train tunnels being used to heat homes and businesses around parts of Islington.
Next month sees an occasional opening of the Caledonian Park Clock Tower and a chance to climb the narrow steps to the very top for amazing views across North London.
The annual tradition of posting a different vintage image each day during advent, and this year, it's of London's old railway stations.
Next weekend sees an occasional opening of the Caledonian Park Clock Tower and a chance to climb the narrow steps to the very top for amazing views across North London.
Plans to reopen the derelict Caledonian Tower, with its incredible views over London have moved a step closer, after Islington Council showed off revamped plans for a visitor center.
150 years ago a meat market opened on the edge of London to cater to its growing population. To mark the location a mighty clock tower was built.
It’s an art thing, but quite a fun one. A red double-decker bus is doing muscular push-ups outside the Business Design Centre (map link) in Islington. The venue has been taken over by the Czech Republic’s Olympics team and they…
Surrounded by council block flats and next to a wide open green space called Bingfield Park near King’s Cross sits Crumbles Castle, a modest sized stone fortress of the sort that any Medieval knight would probably recognise. It is however,…
Despite saying the other day that I am clearing out my film collection as I just don’t watch them any more, I am still a bit of a fan of cult movies. Last year, I attended a fun film screening…