A corrugated iron church that contains a ship and a cathedral. Far older than you think and with a completely unexpected interior.
Exploring, with London Transport Museum’s Hidden London tours, the disused Jubilee Line platforms at Charing Cross and two dark tunnels.
The vast space under the Leadenhall Building in the City of London is hosting “Evanescent” presented by Atelier Sisu.
2023 is the 11th annual “Sculpture in the City” with artworks in prominent places and quite a few in some of the City of London’s corners.
“Floating Earth” by Luke Jerram has taken centre stage at the Middle Dock in the Canary Wharf Winter Lights show.
A visit to the RAF Memorial Chapel at the former RAF Biggin Hill and then the Spitfire Factory to see the aircraft up close.
I only went because I got a free ticket and was blown away. You really do feel immersed in the animated paintings. Recommended.
The many visitors to St. Paul’s cathedral marvel at the dome, most climb to the top, but far fewer visit the less well known Triforium.
At almost 1,000 years old, the 1067 William Charter is the oldest document held in the City of London archives.
Matt Small’s portraits for the FA of the Euro 2020 team celebrates the team’s achievements and the diverse group that made up the team.
St James’ Church Bermondsey, was built by the Commission for Building Fifty New Churches and consecrated in 1829.
Somerset House traces its history back hundreds of years. Having been home to Navy, records and tax offices, it is now an arts venue.