The Sultan is fairly modest to look at it – a 1950s red-bricked building that suggests a fairly ordinary, typical suburban pub. It is located in between rows of terraced houses.
Win a night at Zippos Circus Blackheath Common! Five sets of VIP Ringside Family Tickets, for two adults and two children, plus free popcorn and candyfloss are up for grabs.
World Cocktail Day is on 13th May 2021. For those who don’t fancy al fresco libations, here are some companies that have done all the hard work for you and will deliver ready-made cocktails to your door.
Restaurants have pulled out all the stops to offer us fine dining experiences from the comfort of our own homes and I for one am grateful.
Second World War veteran and Millwall fan Harry Bailey, from Lewisham, who has died aged 99, was a huge part of the Taxi Charity family which made regular trips to the battlefields and cemeteries of the Second World War.
The Chinese are supposed to have invented kites. But a Russian aviator turned them into crucial implements of reconnaissance during the First World War – and created a camera which could take pictures from them. Captain Sergei Ulyanin, who died in 1921, is one of the more important and unusual people buried in Brockley Cemetery. Here MIKE GUILFOYLE tells his story.
Outdoor swimming is a trend that just won’t go away, writes Lottie Kilraine. It could be the health benefits, such as better blood circulation, improved sleep and smoother skin, or the feeling of freedom you get while paddling away under an open sky. But whatever it is, with restrictions easing and summer just around the corner, it’s a great time to get out into the water.
A new female-led theatre company has announced an open call for submissions from creatives with lived experience growing up in Peckham and Camberwell.
The BFI Southbank is celebrating black women and their musical artistry in their new film season, and features films with performances from Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Whitney Houston and Beyoncé.
Bromley based poet Theresa Lola has been commissioned to write and perform a poem to mark the 70th anniversary of the Royal Festival Hall.
It’s easy to walk past Fulham Town Hall and think nothing of it – after all, the Grade II listed building has stood empty for more than a decade.
Anne is asking her local community to put on their comfortable shoes and show their support for the work of the hospice during the pandemic by joining her at St Christopher’s sponsored Fun Walk at Keston Common, Bromley, on 19 September 2021
Their Windrush Compensation Scheme has become a scandal in itself, criticised from all corners for its slow speed, complex documentation process and the high burden of proof it places on often elderly victims. Two years since it opened, less than a quarter of those who have applied for compensation have received any, and less than one per cent of the £500million set aside for victims has been paid out
Changes in our lifestyle and situations that seem to be beyond our control all contribute towards feeling stressed. The same is true for our pets – and particularly cats – who can be highly sensitive to changes in their lives
Some of London’s biggest names in chart music performed their greatest hits to give a boost to a training scheme for young people.
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