Meet the ‘Angels’ Keeping London’s Gay Nightlife Scene Safe
Run by the LGBT Foundation and Westminster City Council, Soho Angels volunteers help people to party and get home safely.
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How to Join the Climate Strikes Today
Everything you need to know to get involved.
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London's First Trans Pride Was a Much-Needed Celebration
"We live our day-to-day lives just like everybody else. All we want is acceptance, peace, love and respect for each other as humans."
People Are Poking Holes in Influencer Tactics – What Comes Next?
After some big 'gotcha' press stories ran this summer, I went to an "influencer festival" to see how the industry may respond.
Constantly Moving House Is Bad for You and the Planet
Spoiler alert: like every other problem in your renter life, this is basically because of landlords.
A Big Night Out... at a Bootleg Studio 54!
I grew a moustache, threw on an old brown shirt and got ready to dance the night away.
Inside the Colossal Super-Sewer Being Built Under Your Feet
We descended 60 metres below ground to see the vast new sewer system that will to transport Londoners' bowel movements for decades to come.
Pisstaker of the Week: This Absurd Uber Journey
In which an out-of-service public transport service yields some ridiculous morning commute price estimates.
Capitalist Co-Living Is Here, Whether You Like It Or Not
Companies have repurposed the idea of communal living, turning it into a high-priced, cutesy rebranding of the long-term rent crisis.
Home Coming: Mottingham, in South East London
An intimate tour of one writer’s hometown, one secret at a time.
The New Face of London's Nightlife
From Tate Lates to SOPHIE at the Southbank Centre, more arts venues are putting on electronic music nights. But is this a product of London’s continuing refusal to invest in nightlife?
I Did a Crawl of the 'Kidult Events' Taking Over Our Nightlife
Ball pits, Lego, galumphing through assault courses – why are so many adults still obsessed with infantile nights out?