We are just one day away now from one of the spookiest holidays of the year - Halloween.
Back in August we listed some of our favourite London art galleries with an edge to them. But that wasnâ€™t all of them, oh no. London is full to the brim and we didnâ€™t want you to miss out on any of them so here are a few more to provoke and intrigue you.
Living in the city of London you might be forgiven for expecting never to encounter anything more rural than a pair of designer wellies.Â Youâ€™d be forgiven; but youâ€™d be wrong.Â
You donâ€™t end up with a city population of over 8 million without attracting people with some unusual interests and passions. This is of course one of the many reasons we all love London â€“ it can be home for all: the masses and the individual, the average and the eccentric.
For any Londoner, the tube is a godsend that gets you from point A to point B. The thirteen colour-coded lines intertwine like an electrical diagram, and are the most efficient manner of transport across the city as you head across the river and to the four furthest ends on the giant mechanical snakes that tunnel under and over the cityâ€™s networks.
Old film cameras are stacked on wooden tables and white buckets for â€śNorfolk Lavenderâ€ť and â€śChilled Wineâ€ť hang in the doorway of Aliceâ€™s on the antiques end of Portobello Market, one of the best markets in London.
London is one of the worldâ€™s greatest party and events cities. Weâ€™re famous for our street parties, weâ€™ve gained global fame for our exceptional organisation skills thanks to events like the Olympics and the Jubilee, and weâ€™re up for any excuse to host an event. Itâ€™s no wonder that hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to Englandâ€™s capital every year.