All week Artist Hannah Shergold exhibits new work THE GREAT SUPPER: Time’s running out to see the blingtastic work of artist Sara Shakeel. You may know her from Instagram where she adorns tube carriages and landmarks with diamantes, but for this exhibition she’s turned her attention to family mealtimes. Read our interview with the artist….

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption People gathered for an overnight vigil close to the site of the tower Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire and friends and family of those who died are attending events to mark the two-year anniversary of the tragedy. Seventy-two people were killed in the blaze in North Kensington, west…

Image sadly not the author’s own. That’s one small step for man… The first humans landed on the moon on 20 July 1969. The 50th anniversary is not going unmarked. London alone has dozens of events, from film screenings to sleepovers. Highlights and headlines You’ll be over the moon if you’re a space fan in…

All week Get on your bike in the Lee Valley BIKE WEEK: It’s National Bike Week this week, so hop on yours and try out some of the free trails that the people over at Lee Valley have put together. Visit Olympic venues, wild marsh land, free outdoor artworks, nature reserves and rivers on two…

Wave those rainbow flags up high — Pride Month is in full swing across the capital, with a diverse spectrum of events celebrating LGBT+ history and identity. This year’s theme is Jubilee, and marks the 50th anniversary of New York’s Stonewall riots. As usual, the festivities culminate with the Pride in London parade, which this…

Anyone know where we can get ourselves one of these bad boys? Image: Shutterstock Whether you’re an American expat, a London Yankophile, or just fancy tucking into some fried chicken and a milkshake (to apply a cliche), there’s plenty going on for Independence Day in London. Read on to plan your celebrations. Image: Shutterstock 4…

All week Get stuck into UCL Festival of Culture FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE: The first full week of London Festival of Architecture is a busy one, with free events including an exhibition inside London Bridge Hotel, a photo competition, and a debate about the difference between good fences and bad fences. Various locations and prices, book…

All week The Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition raises money for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation SECRET RIVERS: The secrets of London’s historic waterways are revealed in a major new exhibition at Museum of London Docklands. Secret Rivers brings together art, photography and archaeology to tell the stories of the capital’s rivers, streams and…