London already has plenty of retro bars, but this latest pop-up doesn’t look like a black and white film because it’s vintage - it looks like a black and white film because everything in it is black and white!
As the austerity of the 1940s released its grip on London fashion and music exploded, bringing with it rock n roll, Teddy Boys and greased comb-backs. Here, we bring you 11 nostalgic pictures from the 1950s of the city looking super slick and glamorous.
Pride in London, the capital’s biggest one-day event, is approaching, and after more than 750,000 people came out to celebrate in the rain last year, the organisers expect gay Pride in London 2015 to be even bigger!
Set against an iconic backdrop of one of the city’s most famous landmarks, Perkin Reveller, - named after one of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales characters - is another ‘Crown Jewel’ close to the Tower of London.
Up at The O2 has teamed up with London24 to give one lucky reader the chance to experience urban mountaineering this summer with an exhilarating 90-minute climb across the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks.