Alain Ducasse at Coal Drops Yard: le best chocolat in London?

In which we savour some very fine temptations at the Michelin-starred chef's two new ...

S120 and LiL Jewellery show

MUST DO: S120 and LiL Jewellery Trunk Show

Don't miss the Italian jewellery brand's pop-up at Coal Drops Yard this month

DJ Andy C playing at the launch of his second XOYO residency

Review: Andy C, 2019 residency at XOYO

The D&B don returns for another run of 13 sold out Fridays, but with ...

MUST DO: Veganuary film-fest at Site London

There are free weekly documentaries showing at the tiny Columbia Road plant-based cafe this ...

MUST DO: Tiffany & Co. at St Pancras

December festivities inside the station. Definitely worth a glass of fizz upstairs, right?

Christmas at Canopy Market - stalls and festive lights at the market

Canopy Market is now daily for Christmas

Get into the spirit in N1C with a properly indie seasonal market

The Terrace of Discovery at the Aga Khan Centre overlooking London

A tour inside the Aga Khan Centre, King’s Cross

We go exploring the new Islamic terraces, gardens and courtyards of London N1C

Choose Love queues outside the shop

Choose Love: pop-up store for refugees is open again in Soho

This Christmas period head straight to Carnaby Street to buy real and necessary items ...

A model wesring a dress called Zady, a piece by designer Dagny

MUST DO: Dagny at Curated Crowd, Herrick Gallery W1

This Mayfair pop-up featuring sustainable designers runs for a fortnight in December

The champagne bar at Searcys bar in St Pancras. We drink a Tiffany & Co cocktail there

What’s Champagne School all about, then?

Sampling British bubbly - or any bubble for that matter - and pretending it's ...

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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

Why Pet Shop Boys’ Being Boring rocks

We salute 15 lesser known tracks by the iconic duo - before their Brighton ...

The life and times of a singing cabbie

Frankie Oliver speaks out about reggae, performing with Ziggy Marley - and the clash ...

An all-night cinema? The fascinating history of the Scala

Film programmer Jane Giles on her personal relationship with the famous King’s Cross nitespot

Acrobats in action

MUST DO: International Mime Festival, Platform Theatre

Four of the UK's hottest acrobats comes to the multi-use space in Central Saint ...

1985 review – a very 2018 take on the AIDS film

It's the perfect tonic to brainless Netflix romcoms this Christmas, says Stephen Emms

Dandelion

Dandelion: How Section 28 crushed queer female sexuality

A new play at Islington’s King’s Head explores the impacts of the infamous Thatcherite ...

Cardboard Citizens Terrence Rising

Watch a free livestream of Femi Keeling’s topical play Rising

A crucial piece of theatre exploring the implications of Universal Credit on those just ...

Drip Feed's Brenda in a bin

Drip Feed, Soho Theatre review: ‘a dark undertone’

Final week to catch Karen Cogan's perceptive, amusing insight into lesbian life in county ...

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

michael palin

Last chance to catch Michael Palin + Irvin & Golding

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

refugee boat drawn by David Foldari

MUST DO: House of Illustration & Cob Gallery

Stories of refugees in King's Cross; and examine the male gaze on Royal College ...

MUST DO: See prize-winning NYT photojournalism

A new exhibition displays evocative images captured by New York Times' reporters over the ...

art work available at Art Car Boot

Art Car Boot Fair comes to Granary Square

The subversive(ish) yearly bash is back in a new central King's Cross location

John Vernon Lord illustration skeetchbook

MUST DO: John Vernon Lord, House of Illustration

Original sketches by the renowned artist will line the walls of the Granary Square ...

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