Elephant Park: 2020’s new food destination

South London’s newest venue has arrivals from MM Factory, Bobo Social, Sugo and Miko’s

Wow women of the world audience

WOW! Women of the World at the Southbank Centre this weekend

Celebrate International Women’s Day with talks from the likes of Angela Davis, Annie Lennox ...

A crepe at the Belgian Brasserie Colliers Wood

A Beginner’s Guide to… Colliers Wood, SW19

Our series giving you the lowdown on London's lesser-known spots hits SW19

Woof! Go Doggy Style this weekend in SE1

A festive market devoted to all things canine? Fur'real....now, about that Bottom Sniffer Beer

The Thoughtful Society is coming to Peckham

Modelled on an 18th-century salon, it's a place to discuss the issues of the ...

Great North Wood

MUST DO: Great North Wood Festival

A one-day bash celebrating the forest that once covered much of south-east London

Kerb X is launching in Peckham

MUST DO: KERB X is heading to Peckham

The pioneers of streetfood hit SE15 next month with a brand-new concept

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So you’ve never been to… Spiritland, Royal Festival Hall

It's as toweringly ace as the King's Cross original, except three times as big ...

Brixton Village launches free live music nights

Catch musicians, bands and DJs three nights a week for the rest of the ...

Pop Brixton does Notting Hill Carnival

There'll be a strictly dancehall, soca and ska music policy at Pop this bank ...

Man in crowd at the River Stage

LGBT bar The Glory kicks off the free River Stage festival

Returning for the fourth year, this South Bank whopper ushers in five weekends of ...

Rat Bar

Like Banksy? Rat Bar is popping up in SE1

And guess what? It will house an original work by the mega artist himself

Flamenco dancers outside Feria de Londres

MUST DO: Flamenco on the Thames at Feria de Londres

Spend your bank-holiday weekend basking in Andalusian tapas, cocktails and rhythms

Jarvis Cocker + ABBA. What’s not to like?

The 90s Britpop legend and Pulp icon is to narrate Super Troupers, the brand ...

On Blackheath: the last summer festival?

If you've never been to this leafy SE corner, now's your chance

Fascinating Aïda returns to the Southbank

The longstanding female trio promises us their own idiosyncratic take on Christmas

Closer To Heaven review, Above The Stag Theatre

The latest production of the Jonathan Harvey/ Pet Shop Boys musical runs all month

BFI Flare 2019: the LGBTQ film-fest is back

Our top choices from 50 films and 80 shorts, as well as club nights ...

[Title of show] review, Above The Stag Theatre, Vauxhall

This hilarious and slick meta musical at the UK's only LGBT+ theatre in Vauxhall ...

Divine Proportions Soma Visions

‘Anything goes’: immersive dining of Divine Proportions

Subterranean SE1 venue The Vaults is looking to Dionysus, god of pleasure and mischief, ...

South London Theatre: why you should catch Fest Norwood 2018

West Norwood's handsome former fire station is central to SE27's first multi-disciplinary arts festival, ...

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice at Sounds and Sorcery

Love Fantasia? Sounds and Sorcery is at The Vaults

Head to SE1 and get stuck into an immersive re-imagining of the Disney classic

Free open-air theatre at the Scoop

Free open-air theatre returns to SE1 this summer

A thousand-seater auditorium the Scoop will host productions of The Wizard of Oz and ...

Vault Festival performers spread throughout venue

Vault Festival SE1: bridging theatre’s gender gap

Don't miss this season of 300 acts at Waterloo's brilliant performance space

The Fashion and Textile Museum SE1 is back

What's in store at the colourful Bermondsey institution over the next few months

The South London Gallery is back

The Peckham cultural space returns with reduced opening hours from 15th August

Tate Modern reopens 27th July with Andy Warhol exhibition

Don't miss the big Tate Modern summer show starring the poor boy from Pittsburgh

What’s an online gallery tour like?

Log on to watch curators at Dulwich Picture Gallery discuss key works, says Nicky ...

Bridget Riley, Hayward Gallery: ‘go and explore new ways of seeing’ – review

This dazzling artistic display may induce a pleasurable sense of vertigo, says Nicky Charlish

Rembrandt’s Light, Dulwich Picture Gallery – review

The classical painter shines again in Dulwich on the 350th anniversary of his death

Zandra Rhodes: Fifty Years of Fabulous – review

A singular passion for fashion comes to Bermondsey's Fashion & Textile Museum

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