A History of Video Games exhibit has opened in Carnaby Street in Soho.
At first glance, it does appear like a country music legend was among commuters in Waterloo. It is of course a Dolly Parton lookalike.
A large number of works by the 20th century British painter Norman Neasom have gone on show in the captial.
A chance for up and coming musicians to showcase their talent now - and to get support as they attempt to break into the capital’s music scene.
Camden’s Museum of Happiness has launched a Winter Happiness Festival to help Londoners beat the January blues
Kaiya Stone: Everything is Going to be K.O.
Ex-Met detective pens new book
Women Rights campaigner Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu speaks to London Live News
A traditional delivery of a special cask of ale has been made to a pub at St Pancras to mark the occasion
More than 100 cast and crew members have toured the world with the show, which has been performed in dozens of cities
Is a month off booze good for you?
Dan Thompson is completing the challenge to raise funds for Cancer Research UK
The film calls on Londoners to 'Tread Lightly' in the park
This Christmas, London Live along with the Evening Standard and the Independent are raising money for the Felix Project
As the Mayor launches the London Markets Board.
The festival of light honoured in an alternative way in Islington.
Cleaners, porters and security staff at five south London hospitals held a day of action in a row over pay.
Sadiq Khan announces #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign promoting gender equality across London.
The installation is raising awareness of the ongoing humanitarian crisis
A very special carol service.
Providing as many as 200 rough sleepers with a Christmas dinner.
A pantomime taking place inside a caravan is touring venues in Bankside.
Dennis 'The Menace' Priestley, Martin 'Wolfie' Adams and Bobby George have joined the campaign.
The Institution of Civil Engineers are marking their 200th anniversary with a Superhero themed exhibition.
Maggie's Centre is for anyone affected by cancer.
The Museum of Architecture hosts their 2nd annual exhibit
Many have pointed to the similarities between ‘Moz the Monster’ and ‘Mr Underbed’
This years group put on their first performance.
A telethon was held in our offices today, fundraising for the Felix Project.
The future of art is on show at the RA.
Only 1 in 29 rivers in London is deemed 'good'.
The celebrated poet influenced by another literary great.
A new exhibition will be on display in Whitechapel
Anger over council's rehousing policy
Victim of brutal attack launches judicial review crowdfunder
His daughter is appealing for witnesses to "do the right thing".
The classic black London cab, but not as you know it.
The opera swaps Paris for Shoreditch in new West End adaptation.
JK Rowling wrote the ‘Strike’ series under the pseudonym, Robert Galbraith
JakBox are an art collective led by artist, Simon Williams
Rarely seen pieces of historic art are now on display
The Kingston Mace-bearer looks back at their history.
Archive will document movements from the past 60 years
The sketches are going on show in an exhibition explaining the story behind A Christmas Carol.
The best way to enjoy Japanese traditions this festive season.
How the history of British-Somalis in the capital is being researched and recorded for future generations.
Emergency accommodation on board a tour bus
Hackney Wick's artbyte gallery holds one more show before move
£20,000 has been donated to three organisations
There was an early morning trip up the UK's tallest building this morning.
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