Search All About London


Friday, 24 October 2014

The Babadook Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Essie Davis Horror Movie HD


Fury Official Trailer (2014) Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf HD


28 West Bar & Grill

28 West Bar & Grill
Steak and Lobster Meal for Two (£29) or Four (£52) People
Steak and Lobster Meal for Two (£29) or Four (£52) People

South Bank London - Halloween and Half Term in South Bank

Half Term and Halloween in South Bank
Home of Halloween
Experience the ultimate frights and thrills for all the family at The London Dungeon.
Help Oliver Home
Little ones will love this intergalactic adventure with Oliver at Southbank Centre.
 Heros in a Half Shell
BFI IMAX screens the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles flick - perfect for teens.
Day of the Dead
 Bargehouse host a variety of events celebrating this popular Mexican national holiday
House of Vans
Head to the “gnarliest Halloween party in town” complete with a VERY gory theme... 
Eerie Electra
Kristin Scott Thomas stars in this rapturously received Sophocles tragedy.
 Pumpkin Trail
Spot the marine pumpkins at SEA LIFE London Aquarium (and look out for Fish Witch!)
Screamo for Primo
Grown up fun at Primo Bar in the form of Devil’s Kiss cocktails and creepy canapes.
The Witch Academy
The London Eye are on hand to train your little witches and wizards this Halloween.
Death by Chocolate
Feeling devilish this Halloween? Indulge in the ultimate chocolate plate at OXO.
NT Live screens sell-out gothic production across selected London cinemas.
Perfect Potions
Celebrate the spooky season in style with smoking cocktails at Gillray's Bar.

Science Museum - The Queen opens Information Age

Her Majesty The Queen launches Information Age by sending her first tweet
Open to the public from tomorrow
Earlier today Her Majesty The Queen opened our new Information Age gallery by sending her first tweet. See photographs of this historic moment and our major new gallery below.

Information Age explores the technological breakthroughs that have transformed how we communicate, through six communication networks: The Cable, The Telephone Exchange, Broadcast, The Constellation, The Cell and The Web.

The gallery examines the important events and people that shaped our modern connected world, from the dramatic stories behind the growth of the worldwide telegraph network in the 19th century, to the influence of mobile phones on our lives today.

Visit from tomorrow to experience our biggest and most ambitious gallery to date.
Information AgeInformation AgeInformation Age
Information AgeInformation AgeInformation Age
Watch our video from today's Royal opening and get a preview of the gallery
Information Age
Transmission game
InfoAge+ app
Video animations
TransmissionInfoAge+Information Age
Focusing on the communications networks inInformation Age, Transmission is our new puzzle game which challenges you to create increasingly complex networks and weave connections to transmit ever greater amounts of information.
InfoAge+ is our new, free app for 11 to 14 year-olds which sets fun tasks to do in the gallery. These four creative challenges are designed especially for schools and families, enhancing your experience of the Information Age gallery.
Watch our series of online animations to learn more about the heroic, pioneering and world-changing stories inInformation Age. Click below to see the full series of animations and our behind-the-scenes videos.
Information Age book
Buy the Information Age book
Now on sale
Take a piece of Information Age home with you with our book, published specially for the gallery. Including newly-commissioned essays by David Attenborough, James Gleick, Martha Lane Fox, Tom Standage, Stephen Baxter and others, the book explores the transformations that have taken place in human information and communication in the last 200 years.