Intrigued by the Magic Circle? Catch Jake Banfield’s new show

The magician famed for his illusion and deception skills now has a regular night ...

Egg Does Daytime

A whole season of brilliant raving in the afternoon at the multi-room King’s Cross ...

Three little gems to discover in Coal Drops Yard

Sure there are big splashy restaurants and flagship brands aplenty, but here's a trio ...

King’s Cross Social: tonight at Egg with free Champagne cocktails

We've teamed up with York Way's legendary party spot, offering free entry and a ...

Family dance day is back at The Place

Located between King’s Cross and Euston, the pioneering dance hub is promising families a ...

CogX is coming to King’s Cross, showcasing tech for good

AI mega-fest CogX hits King’s Cross in June, with saving the world at the ...

Classic Car Boot Sale returns to King’s Cross

The vintage-fest is back again - and this time it's taking over Coal Drops ...

Granary Square in bloom for two-week Easter makeover

From a land train to Easter egg hunts, we pick the top 10 happenings ...

Fabric celebrates 20 years with 20 parties

A flurry of big nights are taking place over the next month to make ...

‘Mums-in-residence’ to be stationed at St Pancras

And it's all for a good cause. Get your mother involved in these various ...

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Egg Does Daytime

A whole season of brilliant raving in the afternoon at the multi-room King’s Cross ...

King’s Cross Social: tonight at Egg with free Champagne cocktails

We've teamed up with York Way's legendary party spot, offering free entry and a ...

Venus Unwrapped: a year-long festival exploring music by women

From classical and jazz to folk and contemporary head to Kings Place to hear ...

One of the foyers at the Barbican where London Symphony Orchestra will be performing this March

The Barbican wants 500 Londoners to perform this spring

The only requirement is in fact an availability to attend rehearsals, says composer David ...

The Secret DJ and The Dark Room: Will it work?

Remember when clubbing was all about the music? A new event aims to return ...

Fireworks at Arcadia

The fight for London’s nightlife

As Hackney Council decrees the latest blow to our city's late night culture, we ...

Multi-Story Orchestra are coming to King’s Cross

The groundbreaking classical musicians will perform two unmissable summer concerts

MUST DO: Jasper Johns, jazz & pizza

It's the last few weeks of the American legend at the Royal Academy

It’s Spiritland’s 1st Birthday all week

The fairly pioneering cafe, bar and listening hub is already a year old

Why Saint Etienne’s new artwork celebrates Walmer in Kent

In short, it's something to do with the area known locally as Little Kingston

A Beginners’ guide to…Kiln Theatre, Kilburn

Kilburn’s former Tricycle has just reached a year in its new incarnation. Never been? ...

Why you must check out Camden Fringe 2019

There are 300 shows across 20 venues from Highgate to Covent Garden. And of ...

Video: The London Nobody Knows – see Camden in the 1960s

Photographer and writer Dan Hall on Norman Cohen's unique film that captured the city ...

A festival of Korean Dance is coming to The Place

Back for 2019 after a hit inaugural year, five Korean dance companies explore traditional ...

Are you part of the ‘boomerang generation’? Then watch this

Madeleine Shenai and Ivana Mazza-Coates on why they co-wrote a play about moving back ...

British Library’s Food Season is now on

A season of talks, tastings and workshops from writers, historians, food experts and chefs

BFI Flare: 7 films not to miss at LGBTQ+ film fest

The buzz is again tangible on the Southbank as the 33rd edition launches with ...

Love Mamma Mia? Get the gossip from its choreographer

Anthony Van Laast will spill the secrets of his trade at The Place this ...

Art Car Boot Fair returns to King’s Cross

Pick up a bargain, or just meet some of your favourite artists this Sunday

Art Night takes over King’s Cross

This year's Art Night connects Walthamstow with King's Cross - via the all-night Victoria ...

Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum – review

It's not the cheeriest show in the capital. But it will make you think

Colour-it-yourself: Camden Town Brewery’s pop-up installation

Budding artists should head to Shoreditch this weekend for a one-off collab

Ceramic Art London 2019 is about to take over King’s Cross

Go potty for pottery and all things kiln-fired as this stunning annual showcase returns

Fancy a go on a musical see-saw? Hit Coal Drops Yard

Head to King's Cross for a playful new installation called Wave-Field, Variation F

Lose yourself in these intricately illustrated maps of London

One Central St Martins graduate has spent months hand-drawing cultural and historical maps of ...

The eye-catching displaying of The Face issues in King's Cross

Last chance to catch the 75-metre display of The Face covers

Check out the most memorable issues of the iconic publication that ran through the ...

Image of London by night from the Tate by Philipp Pley

Philipp Pley: a very London photographer

We meet an auditor who balances his stressy job with snapping the capital

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Last chance to catch Michael Palin + Irvin & Golding

If you're a Monty Python fan you should head to the British Library asap. ...

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