In this week’s issue, we explore what lies beneath London’s railway arches. With bars, gyms and creative hubs, even an indie picturehouse, operating out of arches, there’s a lot more going on below the train tracks than you might think.
Elsewhere, we talk to some of the women who were part of a group of radical lesbians living in Brixton in the ’80s. Calling themselves the Rebel Dykes, they mixed sexual politics with squat culture – and now a film is being made about how they did it.
We chat to former ‘Doctor Who’ companion Karen Gillan about 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2' and moving back in with her parents; and delve into the story behind what might become your new Netflix obsession, ‘Casting JonBenet’.
And seeing as there’s another bank holiday coming up, we’ve got you covered with the best parties over the long weekend, three art shows you have to see and loads of awesome things to do to. Oh, and the lowdown on a bizarre May Day ritual where Londoners parade behind a giant human tree accompanied by music and morris dancing. Confused? Pick up a copy tomorrow and find out what it’s all about.