If you don’t know him already, check out North London singer songwriter Louis Dunford.
The Old Vic Theatre has seen many murder mysteries over the years. In January 2021 its hosting a big budget Disney film, called “Untitled Murder Mystery” starring Sam Rockwell as a world weary detective trying to solve a series of murders.
We’re thrilled to say that one of Haringey’s most versatile film locations will be available again in 2020.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the second of the film trilogy, penned by JK Rowling, and it’s opening on November 16th (November 8th in Paris).
We all love Idris Elba and we love the fact that his new comedy series co-stars Kingston and Lewisham – with supporting roles from Sutton, Southwark and Lambeth.
London’s Black Panther movement has long been overlooked, left in the shadow of the American movement, but Idris Elba stars in a six-part series starting on Thursday basing the struggle firmly in our capital.
Death in Paradise brings its mind-boggling murder mysteries to London in a special two-part episode for the new series, starting up on BBC1 at 9pm on January 5th.
As Black Mirror fans count down the days before the new series begins on Netflix – we’d like to blow your minds about the episodes filmed in London.
What does summer in the city look like? Lambeth’s Brockwell Park. Take a look at Tinie Tempah’s summer video Not Letting Go, as he and Jess Glynne strut around cars, with the crowd behind them.
TV’s least avuncular uncle returns to our screens tomorrow night – Tuesday February 10th – on BBC3 at 10pm.