On Sunday Shakespeare's Globe hosted a free family fun day to celebrate the Bard's birthday. The theatre has also this week opened its new-look foyer.
The royal rowbarge Gloriana, built for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant, was the star of this year's Tudor Pull event.
England and Catalonia share St George as their patron saint so it was fitting that Borough Market's St George's Day event on Sunday had a Catalan twist.
Cyclists - sit in the cab of a lorry in Waterloo tomorrow morning: http://t.co/p9tl00IWGf
#tudorpull at Waterloo Bridge
RT @peterjohn6: Congratulations to Cllr Abdul Mohamed, Deputy Mayor of Southwark on completing the London Marathon in 4hrs 17mins!
Big queue to get into @the_globe at Bankside for Shakespeare birthday festivities
RT @LittleMissMon: Interesting (Thatcher-related?) graffiti on way into London Bridge: "The witch is dead but the spell remains"
Look out for the royal row barge Gloriana and traditional Thames cutters on the river passing SE1 between 3pm and 4pm http://t.co/abGTWPgbBM
Video: Catalan human tower on Bankside http://t.co/nGDnjSNRKA
Borough Market is open today for an Anglo-Catalan celebration of St George's Day http://t.co/iTpDNGruY1
See a Catalan human tower next to the Millennium Bridge at Bankside 11am today http://t.co/cKqQTG7ovP
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