Iconic photographs of Oasis over the past two decades have gone on display in London.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were among the stars of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 to grace the red carpet at the world premiere in London.
Political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe gets bar named after him and his 'own personal art gallery' in Holborn hotel.
– Brian May, Roger Taylor and Ben Elton, creators of We Will Rock You
We want to thank every one of the many hundreds of incredible musical theatre artists, musicians and crew with whom we've had the privilege of working at the Dominion since 2002.
And of course the incredible audiences who have rewarded them with over four and a half thousand standing ovations.
The Queen musical We Will Rock You is to close in May after 12 years in London's West End.
The show, based on the band's music, has played to more than 6.5 million people at the Dominion Theatre.
According to her autobiography, while on her way to a party, Phyllis Pearsall tried to follow the best available map of the time (a 1919 Ordnance Survey map) but discovered that this map was not up to the task, and ended up getting lost.
After a conversation at this party, she decided to start mapping London.
She claims that the next day, she began walking the 3,000 miles of the 23,000 streets of London, waking up at 5 am every day, and not going to bed until after an 18-hour working day
A new musical on the life of Phyllis Pearsall opens at the Southwark Playhouse tonight. Actress Isy Suttie will star as Pearsall, who claimed to have spent 5 years walking the capital's streets 23,000 to compile the book of maps.
Described as a "love letter to London", the show is called "The A-Z of Mrs P" and will run until the end of March.
In 1936, Phyllis Pearsall left her husband in Venice and came to London. Here she received a telegram from her father, map publisher Alexander Gross. The tale goes that the eccentric artist put down her paints and picked up the drawing board to follow in her father’s footsteps to map a city.
Barbara Windsor says she is "absolutely chuffed" after English Heritage decided to award a blue plaque to the late actor Kenneth Williams.
"Kenny was a one-off, a true original, and a great friend" she said.
English Heritage has recognised the comic wit of the late actor Kenneth Williams with a blue plaque.
Howard Spencer, an historian with English Heritage said the charity wanted to recognise his legacy.
"Kenneth Williams was a unique comic talent, who as both an actor and a story-teller won the nation's affections.
His legacy endures in recordings of his radio work and chat show appearances, his notoriously frank diaries, and the Carry On films."
That legacy is now recognised by one of our blue plaques in London, the city in which he lived all his life."
Barbara Windsor has unveiled a new blue plaque to her former Carry On co-star Kenneth Williams.
The comic, who would have been 88 today, has been commemorated with a blue plaque at the apartment where he lived during the 1960s.
Young London artists are having their music advertised overseas thanks to a government scheme.
South London grime act Afrikan Boy is one of the fourteen who are now receiving grants from the Music Export Growth Scheme.