Saturday, 13 December 2014

London Spy 13:12:14 Our Weekly News Headline Round-Up

It's our London news round-up. A few headlines that caught the eye in London this week, click the links for the full stories…

THEATRE: Homeland Star Returns to London Stage – Official London Theatre Guide

POLITICS: Repeal of the Porn Laws Protest – Daily Telegraph

THEATRE: The Woman In Black Just Keeps On Going – The Guardian

FOOD: Cereal Only Cafe Opens in London – Consumerist

ARCHITECTURE: Earl's Court the End of an Era – The Independent

London Online This Week

The East End Preservation Society has had a very busy year so far fighting an invasion of monstrous tower blocks into a beloved quarter of our capital city. 

You can keep up with their efforts and add your voice to the debate at their Facebook page

The interiors & design blog My Friend's House is a great favourite of ours here at The DC, especially when they do London stuff. This week they turned the spotlight on Victoria Line tiles.

Visit My Friend's House here:

Meanwhile back on Facebook, the East Finchley Library Users Group are still protesting the proposed closure of their local library.

You can learn about the protest, lend your support and spread the word here:

A London Walk costs £9 – £7 concession. To join a London Walk, simply meet your guide at the designated tube station at the appointed time. Details of all London Walks can be found at

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