The Social has helped launch the careers of Adele and Florence and The Machine but now it needs to raise £95,000 in the next fortnight to stay open.
Police patrols around the capital's mosques were heightened today in the wake of the New Zealand terror attacks that left 49 people dead.
Crossrail bosses have been accused of a lack of transparency and poor management skills, as they faced questions over the late running of the Elizabeth line.
Hackney Wick is working alongside London Legacy Development Corporation to introduce rent controls for the art industry to stop them getting driven out of the creative area due to high rent demands.
A controversial scheme to build more than 200 homes on the Old Tidemill Garden in Deptford has been halted.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been granted diplomatic protection by the Foreign Office, which means an injury to her is also an injury on the British state.
Government proposals to introduce a £30,000 minimum salary threshold post-Brexit would have "disastrous impacts" according to Make UK.
More than 1,000 London business owners warn the government of grave economic consequences if Theresa May manages to pass her Brexit deal.
From 8 April, private hire vehicle drivers will have to pay the £11.50 daily congestion charge to drive in central London
London is officially the most romantic city in Britain, according to at least one survey by Bloom & Wild.
A perfect storm of years of cuts and austerity has led to the capital's police force being stretched too far, physically and mentally.
A Jewish housing association has won a legal fight over its policy to only give homes to Orthodox families.
Celebrations are underway in China town to mark the arrival of the year of the pig.
London Live spoke with Sam Tarry, The President of CLASS, who explained one London view.
Battersea Arts Centre, was awarded the Theatre Building of the Year Award after the completion of a huge rebuilding project this year following a major fire that caused huge destruction in 2015.