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By Lucia Blash
It's every actor's dream to walk straight out of theatre school into a plum professional role.
Having recently graduated from Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Jordan Veloso came down to London to audition for a part set up by his agent.
Revolution Karting is hosting a night of top racing at its Mile End Park course on Friday.
Angela Clarke wonders who is the rudest of them all in E14
I often half-heartedly defend Canary Wharf during conversations. Yeah, yeah, soulless architecture, trains don't have drivers, haterz gonna hate.
Strangers On A Train
IN A NUTSHELL
A stylish and slick take on Hitchcock's classic has plenty of tension, but is occasionally stymied by its own aesthetic ambition
Lunch trucks filled to the brim with a host of global street food - complete with a festive twist - will roll up at Wood Wharf next month.
The tasty, original grub at Kerb's Christmas is set to include Korean tacos, award-winning burgers and giant Polish hot dogs, as well as cakes, pies and winter-warming mulled wine and cider.
JMW Turner was the pre-eminent landscape painter in Western art, according to leading Victorian art critic John Ruskin. But the weight and obsession of the artist's canon suggests he was, above all, and with an relentless obsession, a seascape painter.
A Wharf-based banker and his partner will share their experiences of the adoption process as part of a collaborative event with Hackney Council on Friday.
A passion for London life flows through the lyrics of Dizzee Rascal's latest track, Love This Town.
But last week the roles were reversed as he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Arts degree by an establishment on his own patch of East End turf.
Angela Clarke's getting all emotional at Banana Republic
There are things in life one shouldn't spend long pondering: what precisely is in all the sausages served at Christmas markets, exactly how many commuters are using the Emirates Air Line, and whether to apply for the role of Co-op Bank chairman?
Hosted for the first time at Wapping's Tobacco Dock, Taste of Christmas sees stars of the kitchen give live demonstrations and plenty of stalls offering samples of Christmas treats from gin and oysters to chocolate and cheese.
A maze of sleepy streets wind down to the azure water while luxury limestone farmhouses contrast with a bright blue sky.
TV presenter David Dimbleby is dropping anchor in Greenwich as part of a series of events at the National Maritime Museum to accompany his major new series.
Made in partnership with NMM, Britain And The Sea (BBC), which began on Sunday, explores the British coastline and sees the 75-year-old presenter set sail on his boat Rocket to hear stories of the maritime nation.
By Giles Broadbent
Standing at the window of The Crystal at the Docklands Business Club awards, we looked down the length of the Royal Docks and into the future repository for growth for London and, perhaps, Europe.
Greenwich-born songstress Sarah Gillespie hads to The Albany at Deptford as part of the Jazz Festival 2013 this weekend.
The singer, who also studied for an MA in Politics and Philosophy at nearby Goldsmiths University, will be performing her fusion of jazz, folk, blues and poetic lyricism on Saturday night.
A live, one-off performance from Monty Python has been announced - and it's taking place at The O2 in Greenwich.