The Artist of Nunhead Creates an Angel of Edmonton

The Artist of Nunhead Creates an Angel of Edmonton

Michael HollandMay 18, 2024

Official launch on Sunday 26th May All Southwark people know Rafael Klein’s street art but might not even realise. His fantastic sculptures can be…

Things to do and see in Greenwich and Lewisham this summer

Things to do and see in Greenwich and Lewisham this summer

Eliza FrostMay 17, 2024

Get out and about town this May and experience everything from theatre and comedy to birdwatching and historical pub walks Mr Toad at Greenwich…

It was called The Duke of Edinburgh, then The Vanbrugh for 20 years now Duke of Greenwich – we took a visit

It was called The Duke of Edinburgh, then The Vanbrugh for 20 years now Duke of Greenwich – we took a visit

Eliza FrostMay 11, 2024

Co-owner Jonathan Kaye tells Eliza Frost about the pub’s new garden launch, the name’s historical nod and its moreish menu  “In my 10 years in London,…

Greenwich Dog Show returns to Old Royal Naval College

Greenwich Dog Show returns to Old Royal Naval College

Eliza FrostMay 11, 2024

Bring your pup for a family day out riverside as canines are welcomed for another year  This May sees the return of the Greenwich…

Where to eat and drink in south London

Where to eat and drink in south London

Eliza FrostMay 8, 2024

New openings and new menus in your neighbourhood These Days in Bermondsey  Your favourite aperitivo bar has launched a food menu, building on its…

The B-Side of 3D Women

The B-Side of 3D Women

Michael HollandMay 8, 2024

The hidden gem awaiting discovery B-side is a short showcase conceived by Winnie Hall and Celeste McEvoy as part of 3D Women. It builds…

Review: Much Ado about Nothing – The Globe

Review: Much Ado about Nothing – The Globe

Michael HollandMay 5, 2024

Music, laughter, and witty repartee The musicians open the play, walking onto the stage and quickly joined by the company singing and dancing, writes…

Dance For Dunkirk at St Katherine Docks

Dance For Dunkirk at St Katherine Docks

Michael HollandMay 4, 2024

Marvel at an impressive showcase of World War II’s maritime masterpieces this May Bank Holiday at St Katharine Docks’ Tea Dance and Dunkirk at…

Things to do and see in south London in May

Things to do and see in south London in May

Eliza FrostMay 3, 2024

Explore the best part of the city – from artwork and comedy nights to community dance and theatre Feeling Blue in Greenwich In this…

Urban Village Fete returns to Greenwich Peninsula

Urban Village Fete returns to Greenwich Peninsula

Eliza FrostMay 3, 2024

Urban Village Fete promises “everything you would expect from a traditional summer fete, but with an urban twist” – and it’s returning to Greenwich…

Things to do at Dulwich Festival

Things to do at Dulwich Festival

Eliza FrostMay 3, 2024

Another packed programme of events returns to SE22 and SE21 between 10-19 May; bringing you everything from music and pub walks to fairs and…

Review: Captain Amazing – Southwark Playhouse

Review: Captain Amazing – Southwark Playhouse

Michael HollandMay 3, 2024

Hilarious, heart wrenching one man show I would be lying if I said I didn’t find the first few minutes of Alistair McDowell’s Captain…