Stars and fans alike gathered in Leicester Square for the Premiere of brand new Elton John Biopic, Rocketman. Calum and Lynn went down to capture all the action speaking to superfans and even catching some celebs!
The flowers are out in Chelsea, just in time for this year’s Chelsea Fringe. Running in conjunction with Chelsea in Bloom and The Urban Tree Festival, the event lasts until May 26th. We sent Calum down to find out what’s on offer this year.
That’s right, Eurovision is back! On Saturday night the 64th edition of the competition will be broadcast from Tel Aviv, Israel. Eurovision has always entertained weirdness and controversy in equal measure and 2019 is no different. So sit back, relax and let Calum take you through our top 5 things took out for in this […]
The stars were out in force last night for the TV BAFTAs at London’s Royal Festival Hall. Here’s a round-up of all the most important bits from another fantastic year. On the red carpet, ‘This Country’ actress Daisy May Cooper made headlines after deciding to don a dress made entirely from bin bags. However, viewers […]
Hundreds of amateurs and professionals gathered in Streatham Common today for the 21st Annual Streatham Kite Day. There were some amazing displays in the sunshine but don’t worry if you missed it! Calum was there to capture all the action.
The 37th annual Canalway Cavalcade took place in Little Venice this weekend. Hundreds of boats met in the picturesque spot for a weekend of events and activities. This year’s theme is Celebrating Volunteers, of which there are hundreds across the country, who give up their time to maintain and restore the waterways. The event runs […]
May 3rd marked the opening of the 2019 Wandsworth Arts Fringe. The festival, which is in its the tenth year, is emphatically inclusive, with over 150 events over the next two weeks to get you excited. Calum went down to take a look!
Yesterday thousands of activists took to the streets of Central London to celebrate International Workers Day. They marched along their traditional route from Clerkenwell Green to Trafalgar Square with banners supporting a variety of causes. International workers day was set up to commemorate the Haymarket Affair of Chicago 1886. When, during a general strike for […]
Storm Hannah is battering the UK today. But how do storms get their names and why do they have them in the first place? The naming of storms goes back to the 16th century at least, where sailors in the Carribean would name tropical storms after saints. However, it took the Met Office until 2014 […]