The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Sip gin on a garden swing and take a dip in a lido this weekend with our bitesize guide to what’s on

London’s best street food

From gyoza to French steak, here are the best places to grab a bite to eat on the go

London’s theatres are falling apart

Audiences are paying extortionate prices to sit in theatres that aren’t fit for purpose

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Hit the beach in Fulham and dine out on thespy small plates in Waterloo

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Sail down the river to Greenwich, eat orange blossom pancakes and have a scream at the Edvard Munch exhibition

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Look no further for the best art, bars and food

London’s best outdoor eateries

From sky gardens to barbecue terraces, we bring you a roundup of the latest al fresco openings

London’s best charity shops

From Mulberry handbags to fashion PR cast offs, London’s charity shops are full of unique finds if you know where to look

London’s secret hotspot: Brockley

Brockley brings a village feel to London living and it’s a quiet favourite amongst the city’s creatives

London Food Map: where to eat in the capital

We bring you a definitive guide to the best restaurants in the North, South, East and West

How London colonised the Cotswolds

London’s Cotswold chic, as seen at Daylesford and Soho Farmhouse, offers a strangely sanitised version of country life

The best political comedy for 2019

A perceived left-wing bias and a reliance on lazy gags means that political comedy doesn’t always enjoy the best reputation…

8 things Londoners love to hate about London

Obviously, London is terrible: the job opportunities, the diversity, the cultural abundance, the unexpectedly high proportion of green space. Ugh.

I’m tired of being tired of London

Julie Burchill on why she might have got London wrong

How the hipsters and hedge-funders are taking the slow train to Deptford

This London borough built Henry VIII’s ships, gave Pepys a mistress and taught navigation to Peter the Great

Seven brilliant things to do in October

Including London Film Festival, Oktoberfest and opera at the V&A

TfL’s Uber ban is anti-women, anti-youth and anti-London

I’m not really into politics but the decision to ban Uber today has shocked me more than pretty much any…

Open all year: London’s hidden gems

A selection of beautiful buildings and museums that are open to the public all year round

10 brilliant things to do in September

Your essential guide to the month ahead

We’ll keep the cat in Catford

The smart new money hasn’t poured in yet, but that makes this London borough affordable and practical

The British chefs conquering Paris

While traditional Parisian restaurants still stew in a century-old jus, young British chefs are showing the way ahead

Only two public figures had names prefixed by the word ‘mad’. Both were regulars at my local

Gentrification had already started in Islington, so eccentrics like Frankie Fraser and Mike Calvert stood out a mile

A visitor looks at a selection of paintings, at the press view for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2006, the world's largest open contemporary art exhibition showcasing work by unknown and emerging artists

How the Royal Academy is dramatically reinventing itself

To mark its 250th anniversary next year, the RA is to undergo an extensive redevelopment

Olivier Awards 2017: full list of nominations

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child receives a record-breaking 11 nominations

Gallery: London Fashion Week round-up

London Fashion Week has showcased creations from the dazzling to the downright bizarre