Posts Tagged ‘matt brown’

The London Fortean Society presents Everything You Know About Science is Wrong with Matt Brown

The London Fortean Society presents Everything You Know About Science is Wrong with Matt Brown

Think that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light? That Darwin was the first to put forward a theory of evolution, or that Watson and Crick discovered DNA? Find out why your kettle never boils at 100 degrees, how no astronaut has ever experienced zero gravity, and several reasons why you may not […]

London Night and Day - eBook

London Night and Day – eBook

by Matt Brown, Batsford About the book: An insider’s guide to the most fascinating, delicious and beautiful things to do in London, whatever the time of day. From the hideaway places in our London parks to the nooks and crannies of our famous museums. Discover what’s open at night to make the very most of […]

21st December: An extract from London Night and Day for the winter solstice

21st December: An extract from London Night and Day for the winter solstice

21st of December: the winter solstice, the darkest day of the year. No wonder we cheer ourselves up with festive lighting and winter warmers. But despite the sun’s brief visit at this time of the year, there are still plenty of things to do in London. In London Night & Day, London expert Matt Brown […]


London Night and Day: An Evening with Matt Brown

London Night and Day: An Evening with Matt Brown

Stanfords London invites you to an evening with Matt Brown talking about his book London: Night and Day on Wednesday 30th September from 6.30pm to 8.00pm. Is London a 24-hour city? Where can you best watch the sunrise? How can you legally race a vintage fire engine around the Square Mile at three in the […]