Time for tea? Pop along to this quirky venue in Vauxhall.
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?)
Start the year by dancing through the streets with hundreds of strangers at this free Twelfth Night festival
Revisit the age of steam every Tuesday this summer
Grab your kilt and sporran* and join a traditional Scottish country dance! (Kilts/sporrans not required)
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…
The last remaining independent cinema in the West End, the Prince Charles shows an eclectic range of films to suit all tastes.
Feeling the post-Christmas slump? Book yourself a tasty treat at The Wolseley.
A creaky, atmospheric, beautiful relic of the past just waiting to be discovered.
Watch the recording of your favourite radio or TV programmes – or even apply to be a contestant on one.
Catch a classic movie and enjoy the summer evenings at the same time.
Try your hand at miniature golf in a shady corner of Battersea Park.
An underground train where you’re guaranteed a seat and a story.
Find a friend or two with a youthful spirit for a bargain-priced ride back in time.
Tea, cake, and a Routemaster bus. What could be better for a quirky treat?