Recently by Jon Massey
Any Problems? There are currently no problems on the public transport network, with good services on all routes to all destinations. However, as it's a Friday that could all change in an instant.
Drivers watch out for East India Dock Road westbound, which is blocked by a lorry.
- Little Feat @ The Indigo2
- Al Murray @ The O2 arena
- Paul Merton @ Hackney Empire
- Tess Of The D'Ubervilles @ Greenwich Theatre
By John Biggs
Boris has been talking about electric cars. They are the future and the one he drove can do 160mph, silently.
At least they go in one direction - unlike his position on the challenges facing London's economy.
- Pink @ The O2 arena
- Brandy @ The Indigo2
- Hanging Hooke @ Greenwich Theatre
- GSOH Scott Capurro @ The Albany
By Miriam Gillinson
Bad Blood Blues is a finely balanced and engaging debate about the West's use of African "guinea pigs" in the search for an HIV cure.
- Bob Dylan @ The O2 arena
- Jose Gonzalez @ East Wintergarden
- Faustus @ The Space
- Planet Narnia @ National Maritime Museum
Hustling and bustling. That's what goes on down Greenwich market on a searingly bright Sunday afternoon.
But if you can fight your way through the throng, and it's no mean feat with the masses clamouring for sushi and hog roast, you might just find one of the town's gems.
- N-Dubz @ The Indigo2
- Russell Brand @ The O2 arena
- Bashment Granny 2 @ Hackney Empire
- Brief Encounters @ Canary Wharf
By Miriam Gillinson
"One man, a bare stage and a shaky director, is a recipe for disaster. And a disaster it is."
Editorial staff at Thomson Reuters could be manning picket lines outside its Canary Wharf offices after they voted in favour of industrial action. Members of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) who used to work for Thomson Financial News before the company merged with Reuters last year have voted 59 per cent in favour of a strike and 83 per cent for action short of a strike.