June 19 2013 Latest news:
American rock band 30 Seconds to Mars took to the roof of the The O2 today for a special acoustic set.
Barclays has extended its free bike checks to another three boroughs to celebrate Bike Week and so riders can stay safe on London’s roads.
A concert in memory of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence will feature Emeli Sande, Rizzle Kicks and Labrinth amongst many others.
A West End play starring Helen Mirren as the Queen has broken a National Theatre audience record.
Rod Stewart has added a second and final show to his ‘Time’ tour at The O2 in London in September.
Their trademark glacial, widescreen and delicate beauty is blown into stormier waters following the departure of multi-instrumentalist Kjartan Sveinsson. The result? No lifeboats needed.
The Paul Weller-endorsed, choppy Brit-rock boy returns, but is there any staying power beneath the bold sonic bluster?
A comedy festival in east London due to feature acts including Al Murray, Alan Davies and Ed Byrne has been cancelled because of “heavy opposition from local community groups”.
The last time Josh Groban was in London on tour he played the Hammersmith Apollo, a relatively small, pretty intimate venue.
A musical theatre group is getting ready to make a splash with its latest show, a St Trinian’s-esque production.
Jenny Sealey, co-director of the London 2012 Paralympic Games opening ceremony, writes about a new production by Hackney-based disabled-led theatre company Graeae, which will be shown at the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.