Other Desert Cities at The Old Vic is the first of a series of productions to offer a more intimate experience than the theatre's proscenium arch usually affords.
The organisers of the Waterloo Festival have teamed up with the British Film Institute to launch this year's film score composition competition.
The owner of a new halal meat processing plant in South Bermondsey says that the UK's continued membership of the European Union is essential to his firm's survival.
A local councillor has asked the leader of Southwark Council to reassure residents of the Blackfriars Road area that their homes won't be demolished to make way for high-rise luxury flats.
Actress Lesley Sharp - currently appearing at the National Theatre on the South Bank - led a Q&A session with GCSE drama pupils at the Globe Academy this week.
A Waterloo primary school has an unlikely new trainee teaching assistant - the Labour Member of Parliament for the Cumbrian town of Barrow in Furness.
The temporary Shed auditorium outside the National Theatre on the South Bank could remain in situ until 2017 after Lambeth Council extended its planning permission.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has threatened to use his power of direction to intervene in the London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority's planned sell-of of its former headquarters at 8 Albert Embankment.
Friday recap: 8 news items published today: london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-03-28
Southwark 1985 flic.kr/p/mwzHwz
The Anchor Bankside in 1985 (No Nando's or Wagamama...) flic.kr/p/mwz9mZ
Create a mobile meadow within the urban landscape of Elephant & Castle: http://t.co/Cm1yCGwEnQ
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RT @mippy: According to an unearthed poster at London Bridge, you can buy a luxury flat in Sutton for Â£75k. Also, Littlewoods have a Â£1m jaâ€¦
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