HISTORY

  • Dead Letters

    One of the many local adventures we had during these extraordinary months was a trip to the Embankment with London’s most famous mudla...

  • RAISING THE WOOF

    Mark Fox on how the Drury Lane Theatre was rescued by a canine sensation In 1803, the playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan was in severe fin...

  • FANCY A FLUMMERY?

    Lucy Moore laments the decline of the Jelly-house, erstwhile institutions of all things wobbly A 1771 guide to Covent Garden promised to ta...

  • Digging into the Past

    Architect and mudlark Jason Sandy introduces us to the lost Anglo-Saxon city of Lundenwic Have you ever wondered what lies hidden beneath th...

  • The Green Queen

    Food historian Regula Ysewijn introduces a remarkable figure from Covent Garden history Eliza. Listen closely and you might hear the name o...

  • Covent Garden Costermonger Donkey

    HAULING ASS with Covent Garden costermonger donkeys

    There were over 100,000 costermonger donkeys in Covent Garden from 1661-1974...

  • Covent Carnival

    Pop-art pop-up on Long Acre with US superstar Charles Fazzino...

  • One Covent Gardener to another

    Welcome note from a Covent Gardener...

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