More towers for central Brixton?

Computer generated image of the proposed tower seen from the junction of Atlantic Road and Vining Street Not one, but three, large towers could, before long, be dominating Brixton, according to a document published recently on the Mayor of London’s website. The mayor, Sadiq Khan, took over consideration of plans to build a 20-storey tower … Read more

Windrush generation makes our culture richer, says William as monument unveiled at Waterloo Station

Black men and women are still facing racism and discrimination in modern-day Britain in a nation that would be poorer without the efforts of the Windrush generation, the Duke of Cambridge has said. William was speaking as he and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the unveiling of a national monument at London’s Waterloo Station to … Read more

In Pictures: Wimbledon Center Court Is 100 Years Old

Aerial view from a helicopter of Center Court during The Championships 2011. Held at The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club Wimbledon. Day 7 – Monday 27/06/2011. Credit: AELTC / Thomas Lovelock. You may equate Wimbledon’s Center Court with Cliff Richard singalongs and that sliding roof, but it predates both phenomenons by some way. … Read more

Tickets Are Now On Sale

This summer, dinosaurs will no longer just be those prehistoric creatures from a land before time or the awe-inspiring beasts only seen on the big screen. Jurassic World: The Exhibition is bringing all the ferocious favorites and gentle giants to life in present day reality, giving you the chance to see them up close like … Read more

Elizabeth line to Ebbsfleet extension could cost £ 3.2 billion

A report looking at transport upgrades across the southeast of England suggests that extending the Elizabeth line into Kent would cost around £ 3.2 billion. The report, by Transport for the South East (TfSE) also supports the proposal and looks at how it could be funded. The Crossrail to Ebbsfleet (C2E) Partnership was set up … Read more

National Gallery announces plans for year-long festival to celebrate its bicentenary in 2024

The National Gallery has announced plans to celebrate 200 years with a year-long festival of “art, creativity, and imagination”. The Trafalgar Square art gallery was founded in 1824 and houses a collection of more than 2,300 paintings dating from the 13th to 20th centuries. On May 10 2024 the National Gallery will celebrate its bicentenary … Read more