Shakespeare's birthday was chosen for the laying of a marker for a future replica of Shakespeare's Globe to be built on the riverside in Berlin.
A surprise photographic exhibition north of the river at James Hyman Fine Art recalls the Elephant & Castle 55 years ago.
A construction firm has been fined £175,000 after the deaths of two workers during work at Alembic House on the Albert Embankment, now better known as Peninsula Heights, London home of disgraced peer Lord Archer.
Mayor of London Ken Livingstone has launched London's St George's Day celebrations from the steps of Shakespeare's Globe.
An early 20th-century drawing showing the view of St Paul's Cathedral from Bankside is on show at the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery in Bournemouth.
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