It comes as a record high on knife crime is reported.
'It's The End Of The World As We Know It' hopes create laughter and change minds
A new pop-up shop in Soho is opening their doors promoting sustainable style
The Art in Exile exhibition details the tough decisions made over which works they should save in the event of the allies losing the war
The most cutting edge research in the field of design is being showcased
Works by the illustrator of the iconic children's books Winnie the Pooh
The history of a thousand years of one London Street has been collected into a new book.
With Matt Withers
He was the man behind the character, Zippy for more than 20 years, and also worked on a number of shows and films throughout his career.
The testimonial play based on the book 'the Labyrinth voices' is about peoples experiences of schizophrenia
Inspired by the true story of the 1973 arson attack at a gay bar in New Orleans
A dozen astronaut helmets have been transformed into works of art, by a group of leading artists
Works by six artists from Palestine to Azerbaijan have gone on show, some presenting their art in London for the first time.
Having dubbed themselves musical activists, the comedians are hoping their new show brings people together through thought provoking lyrics and satirical songs.
The immersive exhibition looks at what the rave scene looks like today and where it's come from
The Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch who played Luna Lovegood has teamed up with the Black Mirror and Mr Selfridge actor Calum Callaghan for the latest stage production from Ryan Craig.
The independent event features acts from around the world.
Eight female artists explore the relationship between genre and gender
In London the group gathered on the Strand
'Time Will Tell' comes ahead of a gig later this month.
A four month festival of French dance
The American actress began her career on the Disney Channel's Camp Rock alongside the Jonas Brothers
London's Cartoon Museum moves near Oxford Circus
New play 'Fake News' opens later this month
'Sleepless in Seattle'-inspired exhibition opens at Tate Britain
Matt Withers rounds up stories from this week's local papers
This year they are celebrating Chile.
Spy exhibition opens at Science Museum.
Summer Circus on in Greenwich this weekend.
London-born singer, Samuel Jack releases new summer single.
Musician-turned-filmmaker Elizabeth Sankey film 'Romantic Comedy' to debut at Loco Film Festival.
This year Archer Street SW11 is delivering the entertainment
Louis de Bernières epic love story comes to the West End.
At the Mall Galleries
Masters of Love is having it's London premiere at the Loco Comedy Film Festival.
The works of Serbian artist Olga Jevric have gone on show in the capital for the first time.
A new scholarship has been launched for the next generation of female filmmakers.
Winner of New Designers Award was inspired by Grenfell fire
NFL player Giovani Bernard joins homeless charity, Accumulate for photography workshop.
The Canning Town Steel portraits are now on display in Stratford.
The Tide is London's first riverside linear park.
Written by the author and environmental campaigner Abi Elphinstone
She's taken over from Katharine McPhee
The vibrant diversity of Edgware Road is being celebrated in a new book.
Jessica will be supporting Hudson Taylor Subterania in Kensington on the 5th July.
Celebrating work created by the LGBT+ community
The Islington born Reggae musician Brinsley Forde is about to release a new album as a solo artist.
The area's first photography exhibition
Featuring a cast of all transgender, non-binary or gender non-conforming performers.
The paper's Amira Hashish has taken Anthony Baxter through the features
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