The curators in front of the Barbara Kruger mural in Walthamstow Town Square. Image: Tabish Khan Art Night 2019 takes place on Saturday, with free art installations and projects on show all night across Walthamstow and King’s Cross. The two areas are linked by the Victoria line night tube, and between them host a curated…

Comedy theatre show Gobby comes to Kentish Town Things to do LIT FEST: Chocolate, a pub quiz, Elmer the Elephant, Lauren Laverne and Joel Golby are all on the eclectic programme of Stoke Newington Literary Festival, which has dozens of events over three days covering a range of topics — including plenty of children’s events….

Essex has a decent-sized coastline running all the way from the Thames Estuary up to the shipping port of Harwich, but much of it is marshland — great for wildlife, not so good for day trippers. If it’s beach huts, slot machines and candy floss you’re after, read on, for a selection of destinations running…

It’s a common conundrum — London may be packed with museums, parks, galleries and more, but you’ve either been there with the family already, or they’re packed to the brim. Here’s our guide to getting away from the big-name attractions so you can enjoy a more unusual family day out in London. 1. Brixton Windmill…

Replanting the past at Fulham Palace Things to do SPARE PARTS: It’s the final week of Spare Parts, Science Gallery’s exhibition looking at the future of the human body, and how new technologies will allow us to repair and protect the body in future. It’s an interactive experience, with a chance to sync your pulse…

Image: Shutterstock So you’ve wandered the Laines, had an ice cream on the pier and taken a spin on the i360. You’ve done Brighton, right? Wrong. ‘London-on-Sea‘, much like its landlocked sibling, has a wealth of odd, unusual and off-the-beaten-track places to visit and things to see and do, if you know where to look….