It is the 10 anniversary of the event
Their first single in two years
The show was inspired by Mount Vesuvius
It's in aid of Macmillan cancer support
It features the work of seven renowned photographers through the decades, and celebrates Soho's diverse culture, community and creativity.
The play is female-led
With the section editor Janice Morley
In a major exhibition to mark the 350th anniversary of the painter's death, 35 of his works have gone on show in an immersive experience where lighting technology reveals new depths.
It explores the process of surviving child abuse and confronting the memories head on.
Set on a windswept Scottish Isle, it follows a young girl cut off from the world, until a chance encounter with a dying whale, changes her perspective
This time, putting the focus on Lions, more than 70 of the world's top wildlife photographers have come together to offer work to the collection.
The play is told through the lens of a Nigerian chef and her fiancé arguing about which jollof rice should be served at their wedding.
The duo are over in the UK for a concert here in the capital to launch their new album, 'Looking for happy'.
Showcasing new and emerging musical talent
Good Heart Yute is on at the Soho Theatre
The annual event sees West End stars stripping off, in the name of charity. The funds go towards the Make A Difference Trust which raises money for HIV and AIDS projects that build awareness and provide care.
They celebrate exceptional performance and outstanding achievement by black business professionals
Nicole and her 6 piece band will be in London at St. John Smith's square with her show the 'Queen of Soul' tomrorow.
It follows physicist and Tesla enthusiast Sophie Clark who builds a machine to bring him to the present day.
Follows a grief stricken mother who's daughter goes missing
Stu Black has been giving us a roundup of some of the shows on in London at the moment
London's Royal Institute of Science has been giving a group of teenagers from Croydon High the chance to spend the morning in a lab doing forensic experiments
Alicia has been speaking to the UK's Deputy National Statistician Iain Bell to find out more.
Exploring the history of disused stations, the use of the tube during wartime britain, and how at least one current stop on the network is home to more than just passing commuters
During McFly's hiatus Harry documented his experience, and explored what exercise, and drumming could do for the mind.
A new show inspired by music icon Nice Cave
Director Babak Anvari tells us more about his new film premiering in London
It sees Sherlock face a villain set on destroying some of London's most admired public figures
The story of Alan Turing is being retold in a revival of the 1980s play about the British mathematician.
The founders and wrestler Skye have been speaking about the rising popularity of the sport.
A story about female friendship in the capital
All paintings were finished in the last three years.
Elle is only 19 years-old.
Logan has had a string of hits in the US and he's most recently released a cover of Coldplay & The Chainsmokers' track 'Something Just Like This'.
The musical comedy is based on writer Steve Cooper's experience of caring for his mother-in-law as she lived with dementia
He hopes to change perspectives on the homeless.
He became a radio DJ at 19 years-old.
It explores his life and how his novel 'His longest journey' is the one he relates to the most.
The Rebel Alliance top 'The Progress 1000' list for 2019
A 13 metre high fountain based on the Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace has been placed at the heart of the space.
It's not okay to feel blue (and other lies) features more than 60 contributors including singer Sam Smith and former Labour spin doctor Alistair Campbell
She was a finalist in the Funny Women Awards
Based on personal experience, Ceri Ashe has written a new play about living with bipolar.
Editor, Janice Morley has been talking Alicia Edwards through this week's stories
She has released new songs, and a cover of a classic.
'Real' is having it's premiere at this years BFI London Film Festival.
The remarkable story of a boy who overcame a stammer
This is the first exhibition of its kind
Christina Bianco is back in the UK to perform.
He write for electronic due Snakeships.
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