Once famous as the home of music publishers and recording studios, Denmark Street has adapted to a changing city but never lost its soul
The Hunterian Museum has reconsidered the ethics of showing human remains without sacrificing its weird charm
A set of Misha Black’s famous street signs is going under the hammer – and it’s the closest most of us will get to owning some prime London property
The Science Museum’s new gallery makes subtle links between royal patronage, scientific progress and earthly conquest
A new book series explores the strange subcultures of post-war Britain, from CB radio enthusiasts to alien investigators
Artists and urban planners are finding creative ways to brighten up the concrete blocks and barriers that pepper today’s urban spaces
This is an exhibition targeted at the senses more than the brain, more Star Wars than Stalker
London may soon have a museum of youth culture. Does this mean it’s over?
‘People Power: Fighting for Peace’ at the IWM London is a bold exhibition that uses individual stories to humanise major global issues
On 2 September 1666, a fire took hold on Pudding Lane that would devastate London. As the anniversary approaches, exhibitions and events are being staged across the city
The National Trust is on a mission to make people appreciate the suburb’s post-war architecture. Why not join one of their tours?
If Victorian London belongs to Dickens, the Georgian city is Hogarth’s
Daniel Crouch Rare Books’ engaging display of maps old and new