Transport for London and train operators have urged commuters to avoid London Bridge Station on Monday - which is expected to be the interchange's busiest day during the Olympic Games.
Mark Rylance ensures that one of Shakespeare's most convoluted and challenging plays brings the audience down with a brilliant blend of laughter and sorrow.
Sunday recap: http://t.co/FOXPDRZK
Just published - Commuters warned to avoid London Bridge Station on Monday http://t.co/okICm4Pj
Want to know what's happening in SE1 during the Olympics? Check our handy map: http://t.co/wednxvS7
Brazil Tv bus on Blackfriars Bridge http://t.co/qY4d4yLX
The Swiss president arrived in Southwark by tube when she visited @HoSLondon2012 yesterday
Simon Hughes MP with the President of Iceland at Southwark Cathedral this afternoon http://t.co/6YCGNDKf
@arabicafood Yes we tweeted a pic of the 'street' the night before you all opened.
Guided walk round Archbishop's Park tomorrow evening http://t.co/8bjf7Et1
The BOST Pop-Up Mini Olympics in Union Street will now continue till late September http://t.co/WinDa8XX
RT @Se_Railway: There are now left-lugagge facilities at Cannon St & London Bridge available between 06.45 – 23:00, £8.50 per item
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