phone mail2 facebook twitter play whatsapp


Glitterbox X Jealous Gallery

an artistic extravaganza of photography and design

13 February 2018 – 18 February 2018

Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion

The V&A host a retrospective for the famous couturier.

Top 5: London Cabaret Venues

Was your New Year’s resolution to do something a little different? Why not try some of these amazing places.

Alternative Christmas films for 2017

Curl up with one of our recommendations over the holidays

Early Women Psychoanalysts: Freud Museum

The museum dedicated to the work of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud highlights the important work done by women.

This week: 11 – 17 December

Musicals, films, jazz and markets; it’s all going on this week.

4 Saints in 3 Acts

This extraordinary exhibition celebrates the production history of a unique show.

This week 20 – 26 November

Before it all goes a bit Christmas mad, here is our round up of events to keep you sane.

The British are coming! British cinema

Smart, thought-provoking and of course, very funny - British filmmakers are in a class of their own.

A Guide to Feminist London

A small flavour of the many female-focused areas London has to offer...

The Best Theatre in London this November

There's so much going on stage this month. Here are our top picks.

Tove Jansson 1914-2001

One of Finland's most treasured artists come to the UK, Discover the work of the famed creator of the Moomins

Jinkx Sings Everything! comes to London

From Les Mis to Liza, Jinkx Monsoon takes to the Leicester Square Theatre with her improvised show ‘Jinkx Sings Everything!’.

An Interview with Jinkx Monsoon

Since snatching the crown in season five of cult reality sensation RuPaul's Drag Race, Jinkx Monsoon has become a drag superstar. She brings her new show to London this October.

An interview with Kitty Bang Bang

The international burlesque sensation chats to London Calling about her return to the Southbank

National Theatre River Stage 2017

London Callng takes a look at the annual free festival on the Southbank.