Hundreds of people passing along the South Bank on Tuesday were able to join in a special 'all at sea day' as part of the 60th anniversary celebrations for the Festival of Britain.
Views of SE1 and as well as work by Southwark artists feature in this year's Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show.
A plan for a restaurant and nine flats in Stoney Street has been rejected because it would have "unacceptable effects on the historic environment".
A forgotten space on the Kipling Estate was opened for just one night for an art event.
Government Inspector at the Young Vic is a heady mix of surrealism, slapstick and satire.
Just published - Shard on show in Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition http://goo.gl/fb/6Caal
Just published - Planning inspector rejects Stoney Street restaurant scheme http://goo.gl/fb/CXHrx
@reddeviljp No, hadn't heard - thanks for that.
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Outer Spaces in SE1 - free Waterloo guided walk this Tuesday http://se1.info/lgWLzf
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