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.
After going digital to help with social distancing efforts, West Norwood Feast is back IRL! Returning are four hubs: Village Green, Food Fair, Fresh and Green and Artisans’ Market with crowd favourites—like street food, arts, crafts, vintage items and local […]
Rescheduled to October thanks to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 40th London Marathon has now been switched to a “Your Way” virtual event. See the official website for how to participate from wherever you are.
Wembley Park Fireworks Night returns with a free festival for all the family. The event will celebrate Brent’s cultural diversity in an explosion of music, colours, fire and light to combine the best of Bonfire Night and Diwali. It will […]
Hold the bratwurst, Camden is hosting Vegtoberfest, the UK’s only vegan Oktoberfest celebration. Back after a sell-out first year in 2018, the event promises two Saturdays of food, beer and live music. Ok, so there’ll be vegan versions Bavarian Wiesswurst, […]
The South East London arts trail is back for another year, featuring over 100 artists in over 50 local venues. It’s all in support of local artists, and bolsters the area’s abundant street art. There’s plenty of opportunities to get […]