There’s only so much chocolate, panto, tinsel and inanity you can take over the festive period. At some point, the bloated brain cells protest and demand sustenance – and that doesn’t mean brussel sprouts. Here’s where you can go in London to blow the cobwebs out the breadbasket and get some culture at Christmas.
Conservative mayoral candidate talks about key issues facing the Docklands during a visit to Tate & Lyle in Silvertown
They come for the glitz and the glamour, they stay for the splashing and the fun. The “re-imagined” London Boat Show, at the Excel Centre, Docklands, mixes champagne flutes and dinghy paddles in its attempt to lure the land-lubbers on to the water.
If you’re looking for a better paid job in 2017, then study the Tube map first. Recruitment firm Adzuna provides a stop-by-stop guide to salary levels
Find out details about Christmas travel around London – Tube, DLR, river and road
To mark Richard Thaler’s acceptance of the Nobel Prize for Economics, here’s our 2009 interview with him marking the publication of Nudge
In the Kit Harington drama, special torture were reserved for those who harboured Catholics. But is there historical fact behind those bloody scenes?
After extensive renovation, the iconic Armada portrait is on show in Greenwich again – find out how to see the painting for free
Tower Hamlets road users would find themselves with a case of agoraphobia if they were to venture to the Orkneys.
For five tempestuous, scream-filled, jean-ripped years between 1987 and 1992, Bros dominated the music and fashion scene in a way that now seems impossible into today’s fragmented pop culture.
DLR stations serving south London are likely to be busy next week because of a knock-on from Network Rail works, says TfL.