Fairy lights, walking and talking at Model Market

Model Market 2018 is back in Lewisham

The brilliantly atmospheric streetfeast returns this weekend for another sizzling season

backyard cinema - space shuttle over planet earth

Two in SE1: Spaceship sci-fi and Concrete adolescence

Backyard Cinema returns...from outer space. Plus north London artist Eddie Peake at White Cube

MUST DO: BBZ takeover at Tate Exchange

Free four-day event explores the duality of the queer, trans and non-binary black identity ...

Love fromage? Clamber onto a giant cheeseboard in Greenwich

Man-sized mice will be dishing up artisan cheeses from across Europe - with mulled ...

A Death Cafe is opening in East Street Market

It's all part of a new community-conscious entrepreneurial hub in Walworth called 55 East

Top 5: Earlsfield hotspots

SW18 newcomer Elias Jahshan's brief guide to the surprisingly buzzy Garratt Lane

Peckham Levels is opening in the autumn

Frank's rooftop bar is about to get some new culinary and creative neighbours - ...

FOOD & DRINK

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

On Blackheath: the last summer festival?

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

Immersive Abba show is coming to the Southbank

Abba: Super Troupers will "transport" audiences on a journey through the hits and beyond

MUST DO: Gala festival, Brockwell Park

Dozens of top food purveyors including Peckham's Forza Win. Plus live music, DJs and ...

Notting Hill Carnival’s soundsystem heroes party on… elsewhere

With Norman Jay appearing at Clapham’s new House of Common festival and Sancho Panza ...

Peckham Rye Music Festival: Review

A worthy newcomer to the sprawling calendar of urban bashes stretching on through the ...

MUST DO: Pretty Ugly at Off The Cuff, Herne Hill

A quirky wine and cheese bar, some decent live music - and free entry ...

MUST DO: May 2015

Next month's highlights across Herne Hill, Clapham North, Wandsworth, Deptford and Brockley

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

Witness For The Prosecution review: perfectly staged at County Hall

The real courtroom setting ignites yet another production of the Agatha Christie masterpiece

The intriguing story of the Young Vic

London is the theatre capital of the world, reckons a new hardback book by ...

MUST DO: Tales From The Arabian Nights

Gather the little troops, pray to the weather-gods and enjoy some outdoor theatre this ...

Look sharp Brixton, Ovalhouse is coming

Full steam ahead on the SW9 relocation thanks to a little boost from the ...

Cathy Owen on Home Truths at the Bunker, Southwark

The acclaimed actor on the nine micro-plays, written by nine playwrights, on homelessness and ...

Review: Trainspotting, The Vaults

The new production is a shocking slice of immersive theatre in an atmospheric tunnel

Review: Closer To Heaven, Union Theatre

The musical by Pet Shop Boys and playwright Jonathan Harvey is back

MUST DO: South Social Film Festival

Central London has the BFI London Film Festival, east London has the East London ...

Peckham Levels

Peckham Levels is having its first ever Open Studios

This weekend all seven floors of the capital's most iconic carpark will open to ...

Three spectators gaze at Andreas Gursky photo

MUST DO: Gursky, Hayward Gallery

This retrospective of the iconic German photographer is captivating - if you can ignore ...

Older woman and young girl gaze at each other

When generations collaborate: migrant teenage girls and older women

Dulwich Picture Gallery have just launched a new photography project bringing new-arrivals and long-term ...

A group of participants paint and draw getting intoart

Intoart have just opened their studios in Peckham Levels

They're the game-changing collective working alongside artists with learning disabilities

Three art exhibitions to catch this winter

Big shows in Peckham, Dulwich and Camberwell to take the chill off this month ...

MUST DO: Gilbert & George at White Cube Bermondsey

There's still time to catch the legendary east London artists' 50th anniversary show

So who is moving into Peckham Levels?

London's most sought after car park is soon to be a booze-soaked, plant-powered party ...

MUST DO: Museum of Drug Policy

This Bermondsey pop-up rolls into town for one weekend only - and is hoping ...

The return of Deptford X

The collective artistic clout of South East London is back again for another outing

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