The Transport Museum has long been a portal to secret sites in London, it runs regular tours of disused tube stations across the city, like Aldwych and the tunnels of Euston. Now you can explore Hidden London: the exhibition, an immersive trip that delves deep into the public transport underworld beneath our busy commuter feet and the stories hiding within it.
Discover secrets from WW2 where a 2000-strong staff, mostly made up of women worked in an underground aircraft factory along a stretch of the Central Line. Peruse archive photos, previously unseen diagrams and vintage transport posters. The exhibition also includes a reconstruction of Winston Churchill’s blitz shelter dining room.
Discover a vintage and artisanal wonderland at No90 Hideout Market in Hackney Wick. Every week from Sunday October 1st find unique and one-off items, from vintage fashion and rare vinyl to high quality hand-made treasures. There will be food, drinks […]
Big Kid Circus promises an unforgettable experience for the entire family, thanks to its combination of unique acts, a family-friendly environment, and affordable ticket prices. Accessible, convenient locations make it an easy choice, allowing you to relax and enjoy the […]
Bridging The Music is heading to the UK for an evening of music, art & community in a festival-style atmosphere! Don’t miss the debut London performance from underground rap sensation Mr Streetz. Mr Streetz, who is gaining a huge following […]