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Theatre Royal Stratford East
Just a matter of days before a referendum on Scottish independence, one play on the subject as crossed the border from Edinburgh and settles in east London for a spell.
Exclusive artwork from Beat Generation figurehead and postmodernist William S Burroughs will be on show in Shoreditch from this week.
Tower Hamlets-based founder and curator of Guerilla Zoo James Elphick (right) talks to about the upcoming exhibition Animals in the Wall.
1 Tall Ships Festival
Greenwich will be awash will history and colour when the tall ships festival begins on Friday.
COMMENTby Angela Clarke
This is a column I hope will be out of date by the time it's published: it's about the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Duck and Waffle will be bringing its Hara Bhara lamb cutlets (fresh and green in Hindi) to this year's Meatopia after storming last year's event.
One of the biggest food festivals in the UK is coming to Tobacco Dock next weekend - and its all about meat, meat and more meat.
COMMENTBy Tabitha Ronson
Can Marks & Spencer get it any more wrong?
Their recent ad campaign #everymilestone, part of their Back To School clothing wear drive, focuses on the memorable milestones of a child's school life.
The Club Hotel and Spa, Jersey.
Green Street, St Helier.
Rue des Trois Pigeons, read the street sign high on the side of a pastel building - though my brogues were firmly planted on British soil.
★ Flavour Spy | Alwyne Castle
Alwyne, I believe, comes from the story of a warring Saxon baron famed throughout the ancient fiefdom of Aisling. While his name has faded from history, the legend of a warrior titan victorious in every battle, endures.
I have never been to something quite so insane and visually spectacular than Boomtown.
Secret Cinema, Back To The Future
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford
I stood alone on the platform at Canary Wharf, protected from the brooding skies by curves of glass and silver.
Paul Smith will be the latest brand to hit Canary Wharf's shopping scene this autumn.
If you have even the remotest interest in ships and maritime then Greenwich is the place for you next week.
COMMENTby Lee Hurst
Ever been on a demonstration? It's a really bad day out.
We all shuffle around at an agreed location until we're led off, by a person who appears to suffer from Alzheimers shouting the same questions through a megaphone.
The Waiting Room
Decked out with vintage furniture, chalkboard menus and a delectable display of sweet treats on the counter, The Waiting Room's not somewhere you'll merely want to pass through.