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10 thoughts every New Yorker has while dining outside
Since it started in June, more than 10,000 restaurants have taken to the streets and sidewalks to serve New Yorkers once ...
Sadiq Khan has delivered a London lockdown plan to government
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan spoke with prime minister Boris Johnson to seek approval of new local lockdown measures within the ...
Beach visitors to make an online booking before heading to Sentosa
Starting October 17, Sentosa beachgoers will have to make a booking at the official website before heading to Tanjong, ...
This map shows active Covid cases by London postcode
Ah, what better way to spend a weekday afternoon than by finding out how many people in your neighbourhood have got Covid ...
Pittabun is serving £1 kebab and chips to mark its return
Soho pitta and chips restaurant Pittabun is selling discount kebabs to mark its reopening on Thursday (Sep 24) lunchtime ...
You can vote for a new Black Lives Matter mural in west London
Plans are in place to unveil a new Black Lives Matter mural this October as part of Kensington + Chelsea Art Week (October 1 ...
Are monologues the future of London theatre?
More associated with the tight budgets and tighter timeslots of the Edinburgh Fringe than the London stage, the monologue is ...
Theatres, cinemas and concert halls can still stay open late
Their bars will still have to shut at 10pm, and it’s worth pointing out that there aren’t many theatres or concert halls ...
The Metropolitan Opera has canceled its entire spring season
The Met plans to return next fall with a bold new slate of operas, including the company's first by a Black composer.
The Royal Ballet is back and throwing a live spectacular
Thus, there’s been little live performance, with most of the country’s major dance companies instead focusing on digital work ...
Inua Ellams: ‘London is the closest I’ve felt to a home’
Inua Ellams moved from Nigeria to London when he was a child, and (apart from a few years in Ireland) he’s lived here ever ...
Meet an AI border guard at the Imperial War Museum’s outstanding new ‘Refugees’ season
Plus artworks, artefacts and heartbreaking film of the Moira camp on Lesbos, all part of the new autumn season.