Trio of South London boxers in action at Copper Box Arena next month

Trio of South London boxers in action at Copper Box Arena next month

Ted Cheeseman, Isaac Chamberlain and Craig Richards are all on Matchroom Boxing’s show at the Copper Box Arena on October 27. Bermondsey’s unbeaten super-welterweight Ted Cheeseman has already shown he is one of the most exciting talents emerging domestically and faces Asinia Byfield for the vacant British title. Cheeseman, 23, is 14-0 in the paid ranks […]

Millwall “maverick” backed to add more goals to his game

Millwall “maverick” backed to add more goals to his game

BY RICHARD CAWLEY richard@slpmedia.co.uk Jed Wallace scored his first goal of the season on Saturday – and Millwall boss Neil Harris reckons the winger can hit the back of the net a lot more frequently. The 24-year-old, the subject of an approach by Middlesbrough before the closure of the permanent transfer window in early August, put the […]

The Best Malaysian And Singaporean Food In London

The Best Malaysian And Singaporean Food In London

Luverly Laksa. By Sandra Leong The first thing you need to know about good Malaysian and Singaporean food in London is that you’re unlikely to find it in a Chinese takeaway. No matter what the menu says, Singapore fried noodles are as Singaporean as ‘spag bol’ is Bolognese. So what makes food Malaysian or Singaporean? […]

Where Are The Most Popular Hopper Fare Bus Stops In London?

Where Are The Most Popular Hopper Fare Bus Stops In London?

Photo: James Beard, via Londonist Flickr Pool It’s been two years since the Mayor of London first introduced his Hopper fare — allowing passengers to switch buses without being charged extra, so long as they make the switch within an hour of starting their journey. But, 220 million Hopper journeys later, where have people been […]

That Bakerloo Line Extension To Lewisham Is Happening..

That Bakerloo Line Extension To Lewisham Is Happening… Here’s How The Plans Look

TfL’s proposed Bakerloo line extension The Bakerloo line could be extended to Lewisham by 2029, TfL has confirmed, in its response to a public consultation on the much-awaited line lengthening. 4,800 responses were received in the consultation held in spring 2017. Here are the main take aways from TfL’s reponse: There is ‘strong support’ for […]

Time Keeps Ticking Away In This Mesmerising Artwork At Tate Modern

Time Keeps Ticking Away In This Mesmerising Artwork At Tate Modern

Hunker down in the comfy sofas for a long watch. Photographer: White Cube (Ben Westoby) Christopher Walken recounts the story of how he concealed a watch up his backside in Pulp Fiction, and Doc Emmett Brown and Marty McFly look at the clock waiting for lightning to strike. These two iconic film scenes are both […]

A Rooftop Party For Dogs (And Their Humans) Comes To London

A Rooftop Party For Dogs (And Their Humans) Comes To London

Walkies in your local park are all well and good, but if you’re the companion of a particularly discerning dog sometimes you need to mix it up a bit. Like a trip to the top of a former carpark in Wapping. On Sunday 23 September, rooftop bar Skylight gets a mutt-themed makeover, transforming it into […]

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 12 September 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 12 September 2018

Get your sugar fix at Whisk Dessert Bar What we’re reading: London Fashion Week is going fur-free. Is London’s manufacturing hub at risk? London councils accused of holding up rollout of electric car charging points. Things to do: OUR FUTURE LIKES: Young people from Bethlem Adolescent Unit, Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and across south London […]

South Western Is Offering A Month Of Free Travel To Season Ticket Holders

South Western Is Offering A Month Of Free Travel To Season Ticket Holders

Image: Shutterstock Commute using South Western Railway? The train operating company is now offering a free month of travel to those who sign up for its Auto Renewal Monthly Season Ticket. Provided you commit to buying 11 monthly season tickets in succession, they’ll give you the 12th month free — likely saving you a not […]

The Plague At Arcola Theatre: Review

The Plague At Arcola Theatre: Review

Image: Alex Brenner Albert Camus’s 1947 novel La Peste used the idea of an infectious deadly disease for a parable about the need to resist the spread of fascism that had led to the second world war. This adaptation by Neil Bartlett (brought back after a successful run at the Arcola last year) takes the […]