Find out which festivals are happening this summer in and around London and the festival essentials you can't forget.
A Hollyoaks actor who was attacked in Leicester Square after a night out has told ITV News London that he's "fine" and demands apology.
Helen Mirren isn't the only actor who has complained about disruptions during a performance.
More than 4,000 Army personnel have been told today that they're being made redundant.
As they return to Civvy Street, they're entitled to help from the authorities if they are homeless.
But chances are that some will end up sleeping rough.
That bleak prospect for veterans is explored in a new film called "Hummingbird", which opens in London later this month.
Rags Martel has more.
Why is Yoko Ono on a bus in London?
And what's it like for her being back in the city where she first met John Lennon?
To explain all, here's Robyn Dwyer.
Mike McKillian is an ex-serviceman who became homeless after a relationship breakdown. He told Rags Martel what it was like.
Jordan "Rizzle" Stephens, one half of the Rizzle Kicks, said the concert would help explain Stephen Lawrence's murder and the events surrounding it to a younger generation like them who were not born or were very young when he died.
He said he hoped it would help challenge negative mindsets both in the black community and the wider public.
"What I love especially about this charity and trust is the whole idea of being able to achieve something that you wouldn't ordinarily think you could do," he said.
He added: "A lot of statistics are made based on the fact that some youths are convinced they can't do something they are very capable of doing."
He also spoke of an incident when he was on a school visit to Chichester, where a woman had assumed because he spoke eloquently that he went to a private school, and was surprised to find he went to a state school in London.
"It upset me that a woman would question intelligence base on my skin colour," he said.
"It would make me more happy than anything for there to be no question about whether race correlated with intelligence, drive or motivation.
"Stephen was an example and the idea is to build as many of those examples as possible for those judgmental idiots."
Multi-award winning Scottish singer Sande said that Stephen Lawrence's murder and Mrs Lawrence's subsequent campaigning had had a bid impact on her family.
"I was quite young when it happened but coming from a mixed-race family it was a big issue that we spoke about, and (we also spoke about) the issues you face being mixed race and this being something that happened in our country.
"It had a big impact on my family and all the work Doreen has done has felt very empowering - that you can speak out about these things and changes can be made if you are brave enough to stand up."
Although in Hummingbird Jason Statham played an ex-Special Forces soldier who became homeless on the streets of London, Dr Hugh Milroy from Veterans' Aid says if you are in crisis in this country and you're a veteran you're among the lucky ones.
He told Rags Martel that there's a lot of help out there and these days very few ex-servicemen end on up on the street.
Pop star Katy Perry has revealed that Essex boy Russell Brand told her he was divorcing her in a text message.
The couple split just 14 months after getting married in India in 2010.
Perry, 28, told the US edition of Vogue magazine that Brand, 38, was not comfortable with the singer being his equal.
"Let's just say I haven't heard from him since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31 2011," she told the magazine.
Perry said the British comedian was "hysterical in some ways until he started making jokes about me" when he did not know that she was in the audience at one of his shows.
The Firework singer said she invited Brand "time and time again" to join her on tour.
She told the July issue of Vogue: "I think a lot of times strong men do want an equal, but then they get that equal and they're, like, I can't handle the equalness. He didn't like the atmosphere of me being the boss on tour."
The bus is part of the Yoko Ono MeltdownFestival which featuresartists including Iggy Pop, Siouxsie, Patti Smith, Boy George,Savages and many more and runs until Sunday.
Our reporter Robyn Dwyer went down to the Southbank to meet Yoko Ono today and asked her why London is so special to her.
The bus tours Europe giving young people free hands-on opportunities to produce original music, video, photo, game app and broadcast projects within the bus’s mobile recording studios - and is stationed on the Southbank for it’s first ever visit to London.
Its sister bus - the US Lennon Bus - also has an illustrious history as a hit maker, withchart topping singles from The Black Eyed Peas and Fergierecorded on board.
Montblanc, Apple and Sony have all contributed to create the state of the art equipment. The bus is staffed by acrew of three producer/engineers, and stops at localschools, colleges and festivals.
Young people can produce original songs, audio recordings and broadcast quality music videos using equipment from Apple, Sony, Avid, Gibson Guitars, Epiphone Litepanels, Roland, Genelec, Neutrik, Thomann, SSL, Audio-Technica, NewTek, Todocast by Globecomm, and more – all in one day!
Click here for the tour schedule and interactive map.
Speaking at the Hummingbird premiere in Leicester Square last night actor Jason Statham said he loves making films in the UK.