London is, cautiously, easing back into action. If you want to start venturing out, but aren’t quite ready to brave a restaurant or other indoor establishment, the Southbank is the place for you. (When is it not, really?)
A lockdown-friendly Jaunt that will work anywhere.
Another garden in the sky to visit – even in February!
Start the year by dancing through the streets with hundreds of strangers at this free Twelfth Night festival
A bit of advance warning for this one, so you can plan ahead.
Do yourself a favour and make a plan to get along to this truly wonderful building.
I know it’s a Bank Holiday weekend this weekend, but the programme for this year’s Open House London has just … More
Explore this wonderful building, and sit in on a trial…
A week’s worth of ways to give something back to this fabulous city.
If you’ve ever been to an event or festival in the UK, you will doubtless have seen members of the … More
Whether it’s wisteria season or not, you won’t be disappointed by this stunning pergola and hill garden.
London has two major canal-based festivals – one on the early May Bank Holiday, the other in September.
The very old and the fairly new vie for your attention in this week’s jaunt.
A haven of elegance and style behind the chaos of Oxford Street.
Conduct business with the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
No-one in their right mind would enter the Natural History Museum in the daytime, let alone the Science Museum, either during term time or – horrors – in the school holidays! But at night it’s a whole different story…
See inside the city’s most famous churches for nothing.
If you were a rich young man in the 18th or 19th centuries, you would have had the opportunity to … More
Follow a trail of paintings depicting the events around the birth of Christ
Hidden in plain sight on Waterloo station is one of the best photography exhibitions of the year.