July 18

3. Sit outside at The Delaunay Counter #London #Aldwych

A traditional Viennese café, adjacent to The Delaunay, offering a selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups and salads, to either eat in or take-away. The Delaunay Counter’s relaxed atmosphere is reminiscent of typical Mittel-European cafés, serving simple but exceptional food, freshly prepared every day by The Delaunay chefs. Open daily for hot drinks and viennoiserie, […]

July 18

2. Try Bubba Gump’s Dumb Luck Coconut Shrimp in London #London #restaurants

July 18

1. Buy or admire the Shower Caps in Fortnum and Mason. #London #Luxury

July 18

A Subtle Guide To Handling Theft In The Workplace

https://pixabay.com/en/identity-theft-internet-online-2708855/ When you hire an employee, you never imagine they will steal. Sure, some bad apples are opportunists yet this person seems bulletproof. Anyway, the DBS check came through clean so there is nothing to indicate they are thieves. When things start to go missing from the office, this is when the attitude changes. Who […]

July 18

5 Ways To Protect Your Money From A Financial Crisis

From Pexels Money is an uncomfortable topic for most people, and, as such, it has the power to cause huge amounts of conflict, even with those you love. Because of this, most people try to avoid the subject wherever they can. Unfortunately, in this challenging economy, avoiding the inevitable, burying your head in the sand, […]

July 18

Get Your Outsourcing Just Right With These Dos And Don’s

https://pixabay.com/en/laptop-computer-business-table-3317007/ When you need to find some extra hands to help in your business, your mind might immediately turn to hiring some full-time employees. This is, of course, a very important step in the journey of your startup company. However, hiring so many full-time employees can also prove to be quite an expensive one as […]

July 18

Five Date Night Ideas for Long Term Couples 

Some couples find it hard to escape from the everyday routine and find time to reconnect and rekindle their relationship. You need to work on your marriage and make sure that you take time off work. Whether you have kids and need to arrange babysitting, or you are a young professional couple, you can take […]

July 18

5. Try this recipe from Royal China: Sautéed Scallops with Fresh Asparagus #London

The summer months are the perfect time to eat light and healthy dishes – with asparagus and scallops being two top favourite ingredients. Sautéed Scallops with Fresh Asparagus (£16.20) is one of Royal China Fulham’s most popular dishes at this time of year. Why not try this simple recipe by Vincent Chen, Head Chef at […]

July 18

5 Things You Need To Do Before You Start Investing Your Money

(image) Other than investing in your savings account and retirement fund, there are other ways to invest your money. From real-estate to stocks and shares, many of us consider investment opportunities that are going to massively boost our monthly income. With dollar signs in our eyes, we dream of becoming a property millionaire or making […]

July 18

4. National Theatre announces new season of talks and events #NationalTheatre #London

To accompany the new season of productions, a programme of talks and events will begin with a series relating to Antony and Cleopatra. Director Simon Godwin will reflect on the production, and Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo will discuss the challenges and rewards of appearing in the production. Professor of Classics Edith Hall will give […]

July 17

Is Marriage A Dying Tradition?

If some of you think strongly that marriage isn’t a dying tradition, you can at least agree that it is a tradition that has changed. We’ve seen so much change over the recent years, such as gay people being able to get married in the church, and the way that people are being wedded has […]

July 17

The Car Parts You Can Repair Yourself 

If you’re someone who’s life often depends on the reliability of your vehicle, then this is the post for you. We usually don’t want to have to fork out more and more money to keep our transport in check; that’s why we invested in the first place! So in your effort to save money, you […]

Are We Getting Better at Talking About Workplace Problems?

In the past, workplace problems were often ignored, and people at the bottom of the ladder just had to suck it up and deal with it when things weren’t going their way. But are things now starting to change in the right kind of way? Many people think that workplace problems are dealt with better […]

July 17

3. Train for free with Birmingham Royal Ballet

Dance Track provides free ballet training for talented youngsters Dance Track has grown swiftly since its first programme in 1997, with 52 schools across north, south and central Birmingham participating in the programme in 2018. Every year, 2500 children take part in a talent identification workshop at their primary school. Subsequently, 80 children who show […]

July 17

The Official Reasons Buying Property Trumps Renting 

Photo Property leases have jumped in the past five years. Today, there is a record £50bn spent on rentals. And, the total as a percentage is expected to rise past 25% by 2021. Renting is the in thing and more and more people are doing it thanks to a combination of lifestyle and lack of […]

July 17

The Car Checks You’re Most Likely To Miss

Your car is a pretty big part of your life. There’s a lot you can use it for, and there’s a lot of money you can spend on it to make sure it’s always getting you from A to B. Sure, you know what some of the most obvious bad signs are: if there’s smoke […]

July 17

The Facts And Stats Of Trade Shows

Picture From Pixabay Once upon a time, trade shows were the best way to get a business out there into the public sphere. It gave business owners and entrepreneurs the chance to come face to face with potential clients, and gave them an excellent opportunity to pitch to as many people as possible. However, after […]

July 16

2. Book to see Evita at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Following its smash hit run at London’s Dominion Theatre, Bill Kenwright’s production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is set to thrill audiences once again across the UK. Telling the story of Eva Peron, wife of former Argentine dictator Juan Peron, Evita follows Eva’s journey from humble beginnings through to extraordinary wealth, power […]

July 16

4 Things You Need To Know Before Becoming A Landlord

(image credit) In 2018, it makes sense to become a landlord. As recently discussed on this site, millennials are not buying homes, for a number of reasons, so the rental market is a fairly safe place to be for those looking to invest their money. But being a landlord isn’t all sunshine and roses. If […]

July 16

Money Management 101

Money can feel like a pretty daunting topic for a lot of people to talk about. In fact, there are plenty of people that think that money shouldn’t be talked about at all, especially when it comes to what people are earning. But if we don’t talk about money and how we manage it, then […]

July 16

1. Eat 23-carat gold wrapped ice cream courtesy of Just Eat this weekend

● Just Eat launches Food Fest, a three day street food festival that celebrates takeaway dishes – with a fantastical twist ● Food Fest’s ‘Golden Hour’ offers free giveaway of edible 23 carat gold covered soft scoop on 21st and 22nd July, 2-3pm ● Traditional Japanese flavours available such as Matcha Green Tea and Coconut […]

July 16

Are Old Homes Really Better Than Modern Homes?

Ask the vast majority of people if they would prefer to live in a beautiful, quaint, unique home or a cookie cutter designed modern house, and you can almost guarantee they will plump for the former. Older homes and properties have an air of romance, and of course, we still hear the phrase ‘they don’t […]

July 15

DIY Projects Everyone Can Master

Image If you are like most people you might have come to the realization that you don’t know as much as you could about DIY. Being able to carry out some basic DIY tasks around the home will make a huge difference to what you can achieve in the home, whether it is a new […]

July 14

How Technology Has Changed Investing

https://images.pexels.com/photos/34676/pexels-photo.jpg?auto=compress&cs=tinysrgb&h=350 There is no denying that technology has changed the way we go about our daily lives. From how we do our shopping to banking, technology has had an impact on it all. It has also had a significant impact on the way that we invest our money, which is something we are going to […]

July 14

Reasons To Use Video For Marketing

Image Using video for marketing is a tactic which so many people are doing these days and it is becoming more and more popular. If you haven’t dipped your toe into the video production world yet, you need to get going because video marketing is becoming huge and may even be the future of marketing […]

July 13

5. Book to see The Johnny Cash Roadshow at New Victoria Theatre, Woking on Sun 22 July #Woking

Welcome to the Johnny Cash Roadshow, a show not to be missed by avid fans or the casual listener. This year prepare for a musical adventure unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of a music legend, Johnny Cash. The UK’s No1 Tribute, fronted by respected singer/songwriter Clive John, with The Spirit Band, re-create with astounding […]

July 13

Pursue New Pastures And Find Your Dream Career

The job market is rough right now. When you leave university, the chances of you finding a position in your chosen industry or sector within the first year are limited, to say the least. You will face a lot of rejections, and when you do get an interview, you’ll have a limited amount of time […]

July 13

Holding Events: The Things You Should Never Do

You never know how difficult it actually is to put on a great show, until you’re tasked with doing so. All the responsibilities fall directly in your lap and you must figure out ways to dazzle, shock, entertain and make people feel welcome. The occasion and the event are intertwined, so understanding the importance of […]

July 12

Why Aren’t Millennials Buying Homes?

Why do millennials prefer smartphones to owning homes? Flickr Millennials consistently receive a lot of stick for either buying or not buying certain things. Some financial experts believe this demographic are spending too much money on brunch. Others believe they’re not spending their money on smart investments, like houses. This brings us to the topic […]

July 12

Why You Should Network With Other Businesses

Image Networking with other businesses is something which is incredibly important for you and your business as a whole. If you are looking to grow and develop as a business you will want to make some friends and connections in the industry. Here are the top reasons why you should network with other businesses this […]

July 12

4. Celebrate Bastille Day in Covent Garden #London #Covent Garden

St–Germain will be celebrating Bastille Day at their pop-up on Covent Garden’s East Piazza from Friday 13th until Sunday 15th July. Featuring the celebrated St–Germain Flower Truck Bar, bartenders from the Henrietta Hotel will take over on Saturday 14th from 1-7PM , adding their je ne sais quoi with a delectable array of cocktails, including […]

July 12

Human-Machine Cooperation: Assuaging The Fear Of A Techy Takeover

(Image Source) Over the last few years, a lot of experts, from all sorts of industries, have cast doubts when it comes to the idea of artificial intelligence. With concerns ranging from human jobs being taken away to a full-on robotic takeover, this leaves normal people to worry about things which simply aren’t going to […]

July 11

3. Dine at Marcus Wareing’s Tredwells in London’s Covent Garden #London

July 11

2. Attend Summer School at The Rose Theatre Kingston #Theatre

Rose Theatre Kingston announces its summer school programme for young people, offering a variety of courses including: Two-Day and Three-Day short courses for 7-11 year olds packed with games, storytelling and character work Play-in-a-Week for 10-15 year olds, where participants have the opportunity to create a full production Rose Academy offers support and guidance for […]

July 11

Checkouts and Energy Drinks Targeted in Childhood Obesity Crackdown

Image source Child obesity is a big problem in the UK and the government are introducing some measures to try and halve it by 2030. These will not be popular with everyone, but most parents will be very happy with them. No More Treats At Checkouts Supermarkets and other shops are no longer allowed to […]

July 11

1. ‘TELL YOUR FRIENDS’ AND JUDE’S ICE CREAM CREATE THE PERFECT ‘PLANT POWER’ SUNDAE #vegan

This summer, to celebrate the heatwave and British ice cream season, Tell Your Friends, the vegan restaurant from sisters Lucy and Tiffany Watson located in Parson’s Green, and Jude’s ice cream, having recently launched its first vegan range into food service, have collaborated to create the perfect ‘plant power’ ice cream sundae. Made with Jude’s […]

July 11

How to Know if Your Car Is in Need of a Service

So many people have to go through expensive car repairs every single year. They often come at the worst possible time and you may feel as though there is nothing that you can do about it. This is not the case at all, and the truth is that it is more than possible for you […]

July 11

The Traits That Attract New Clients

A lot goes into running a business. You need to plan new projects, oversee your workers, market your business, and chase new clients. Of course, consumers don’t see the inner workings of a company; they only see the brand. That’s why you need to focus on your branding if you really want to attract new […]

July 11

5. Adam Garcia Hosts London Tap Festival Gala Sunday 29 July 7.30pm – 11.30pm #HeadsTogether #Mentalhealth

Producers, Kane D. Ricca and Sarah Ivory are delighted to announce a Gala Performance to celebrate the final day of the London Tap Dance Intensive (LTDI), taking place at London Cabaret Club on Sunday 29 July. The event, hosted by star of stage and screen, Adam Garcia, will have performances from cast members of 42nd […]

July 11

4. Have breakfast at Miss Polly’s #Molesey #Surrey

July 11

3. Sit outside at Brasserie Blanc on London’s Southbank #London

July 11

2. Enjoy the finest of tapas at Messet Dar #Hamptoncourtvillage

July 11

1. Take an early morning run and take in the views in your local area. #Hamptoncourt

July 11

Keep Your Retail Business Running Smoothly

If you run a retail business, you are most likely aware that it is one of the more difficult types of business to run. This is due to a number of reasons, but as long as you are aware of as many of them as possible you will find that you can easily keep your […]

July 10

Q&A with Love Island sensation Olivia Attwood on this years series

Olivia Attwood shares her verdict on the new series of Love Island Does watching Love Island bring back memories of last year and why? Watching the new series of Love Island brings back so many memories! The first couple of episodes were really hard to watch. I think it’s hard to watch because they are […]

July 10

This Is Why Millennials Are Struggling To Grow Up

Can you think of a generation that has received quite as much bad press as the millennials? This generation that came of age around the year 2000 has a really bad reputation at the minute. If you ask most baby boomers, I’m sure that they will tell you that millennials are lazy and very self-centered. […]

July 09

The 2018 Small Car Showdown

With roads getting busier, cities getting more packed, and people becoming a lot more conscious of their carbon footprint, it’s no wonder that small cars are very fashionable at the moment. Providing the get up and go to make driving fun, without guzzling fuel, these cars are great for commuters and intense drivers alike. Of […]

July 09

Could You Make Things Easier When It Comes To Managing Your Employees? The Answer Is Yes

Running a business isn’t easy. A lot of the time a business is started from home. You have your idea, you take that plunge, and with little overheads you work on it yourself for every spare minute you have. But as a business grows, you move forward with your ideas. You may end up with […]

July 09

How Owning A Business Is Becoming More Achievable For All

The small business has forever been part of the capitalist dream. The idea that anyone can pull themselves up by their bootstraps and own their own source of income has been the aspirational core of professional life for decades. However, systemic barriers made it so that only those in a privileged position could find the […]

July 09

The Increase In Car Accidents Calls For Action

There’s no denying that there has been a rise in the number of car accidents happening around the world. On some of the more heavily populated roads, such as America, the number is definitely spiking. There’s a number of factors to this, and it doesn’t show any sign of improving thus far. However, considering that […]

July 09

5 Things That Could Be Turning Your Customers Off 100%

It is easy to think your business will just plod on. That it will deal with the sales and continue to grow. But what if that does not happen? What if loyal customers start to buy elsewhere? What happens if you cannot attract any new customers? These are all things that you need to be […]

July 09

How To Make Your Car Feel Like Your Own

  When you buy a car, it can be an incredibly exciting process. Most of the time, you’ve dreamt about getting this car for a long time, and you’ve worked really hard to be able to afford it. So when it’s finally yours, you can feel over the moon. But at the same time, you […]

How To Save The Motorcycle Industry

If you’re someone that rides a motorcycle, then you’ve come to the right post. Because right now, the industry is faced with a problem that could potentially mean that it dies out altogether! As someone that has loved motorcycles for a long time, it’s always going to be important that you are aware of the […]

July 06

Making Your Business Eco-Friendly

If you care about the environment and you also have a business to run, you are in a unique position. When you run a business you have influence and a little power, and you can use this power to make a statement about the environment and show people the right way to do things. If […]

July 06

Car Safety: 5 Things You Should Do Today

Dear Driver, You love your car – we know you do – but no matter the thrill of the drive, no matter the number of ways you pimp your ride, safety should always be your number one concern. For your sake, for your passenger’s sake, and for the sake of every other vehicle user and […]

July 05

What Does The Future Of Business Investment Look Like?

Money is at the centre of any business. Without a big chunk of cash, you can’t start your own business and make it a success. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to save that money yourself but that isn’t manageable for most people. Usually, you’ll have to find funding from somewhere. Traditionally, all of the […]

July 05

3 Bright Spark EVs To Buy (And Two To Avoid)

Pop the champagne and unleash the party poppers: electric cars are growing in popularity. Drivers are looking to ditch their petrol and diesel cars and replace them with the lithium powered super-alternative. But of course they are. EVs are the future. The silent, cheap to run, smooth to drive and stylish to look at future. […]

July 05

Go Green: 5 Things To Do Today To Save The Planet

If you’ve woken up with a desire to make a difference today, why not make it your mission to embrace greener living? With so much talk about the planet in the media, is it time you did more? If you’re keen to go green, here are 5 things to do today. Read all about it […]

July 05

5 Out-Of-London Locations To Cure Your Commuter Blues 100%

London. Land of dreams. City of coming into your own. Capital of crippling commutes. Any Londoners out there should already know what we mean by this. Life in the city might have called you with promises of the best jobs and a fun-filled life. But, what they don’t tell you before you move is that […]

July 05

Can They Walk And Talk Like A Human?

Artificial intelligence has always been a hot topic on the frontline of technological advancement. AI is seen by some as an enemy that is waiting to emerge and thus we should take extra precautions. And by other people it’s seen as the future for humanity, being able to program machines to do things we would […]

July 05

Common Causes of Car Accidents and How to Avoid Them

Even though cars are getting safer and safer every day – largely thanks to the influx of technology which has helped to make them ‘smarter’ – hundreds of people still get into car accidents every single day. And while there are a myriad of reasons why this can happen, there are a few common causes […]

July 03

5 things to do at No 97 Restaurant , Gin Bar & Terrace – Surbiton

No 97  1. Take a train to Surbiton and walk to Maple road where you will find No 97 – a chic gin bar with a surprisingly elaborate menu. 2. Enjoy the lunch menu and start with a main course of Miso Pork Belly served with sweet potato and Mussels Siracha. Don’t forget the House bread. […]

July 03

Make Your New Eco-Car A Smoother Ride 100%

We all know that eco-friendly cars are a lot better for the environment, but how are they compared to gas-guzzling cars when it comes to driveability and all the other factors we look for when we need to buy a new car. You know the types of things, such as safety, power, and handling. Well, […]

July 03

Take your little one to a class at The Little Gym of Cobham

The Little Gym Cobham  The Little Gym of Cobham offers progressively structured classes and a positive learning environment to create opportunities for your child to try new things and build self-confidence, all with a grin that stretches from ear to ear. Our trained instructors nurture happy, confident kids through a range of classes like parent/child […]

July 02

Ferris & Milnes present 70 In 70… And a Swell Party! at The Pheasantry – Tuesday 3rd July 2018 at 8.00pm

Ferris & Milnes will appear live at the Pheasantry in 70 In 70… And a Swell Party! on Tuesday 3 July 2018 at 8.00pm with a burst of their inimitable style of comedy and music – but this time with a twist… In this brand new production, Ferris & Milnes attempt to beat the clock. Their challenge – to cover seven decades […]

July 02

Ida presents ‘IDA Girls’ at The Other Palace – Wednesday 11th July 2018 at 7.00pm

London’s leading pop-opera girl group, Ida, will perform an impressive collection of re-worked operatic arias, chart-topping hits and musical theatre favourites at The Other Palace (studio) on Wednesday 11th July 2018 at 7.00pm. With spellbinding vocals and slick harmonies, and the exciting marriage of opera, pop and musical theatre – with a twist! – Ida’s impressive versatility […]

June 28

The High Rises You’d Be Mad Not To Move Into

We’re in an age where apartment living is becoming the norm. Blame rocketing house prices or the fact we love a Pinterest aesthetic. Whatever the reason, the millennial generation can’t get enough of the elevated lifestyle. As well as being cheaper to buy (in most cases), apartments bring a host of benefits. They’re easier to […]

June 28

Vita Coco is bringing UK’s biggest Slip N’ Slide to London this summer #London #Lambeth

With temperatures continuing to soar this summer, Vita Coco is bringing the UK’s biggest waterslide to London for an epic weekend of Slip N’ Slide. So pack your swimmers and prepare to get slippery. For one weekend only (don’t get FOMO), Londoners will be able to fling themselves down Vita Coco’s slippery slope of glorious […]

June 28

Making Your Car an Asset to Be Proud Of

Cars are expensive investments. No matter how you go about the matter, you’re going to have to fork out for lessons, a vehicle, insurance, tax, fuel, and maintenance. But there are ways that you can cut costs to make the venture an affordable one. The key to purchasing a car that you can be proud […]

June 19

Win a pair of tickets to My Leonard Cohen at The Rose Theatre Kingston on Saturday 30th June 2018 7.30 pm

My Leonard Cohen  Having enjoyed a sold-out run at the Sydney Opera House and an acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe season in 2017, Stewart D’Arrietta and his band are taking My Leonard Cohen on a tour of the UK this June. Driven by D’Arrietta’s raw and distinctive vocal style, this stirring celebration offers arresting and imaginative interpretations of the […]

June 14

Do you want to watch the World Cup in a private booth or maybe treat your dad to a Red Letter Day Experience?

1. Treat your Father to a Red Letter Day Experience 2. Watch the World Cup in a Private Booth at Voltaire Bar, Blackfriars, London 3. Stay at Marbella Corfu and join their running club for a run on some unique running tracks with beautiful scenic views. 4. Have a ‘Smashing’ Wimbledon Afternoon Tea at The Arch London.You […]

June 13

5 things to do at JESS Dubai today

Schools around the world fundamentally do very similar things: they all teach lessons, they offer a range of extra-curricular activities (sport, music, drama and adventurous activities). However, some schools offer something a little bit special. Here’s 5 things to do at JESS Dubai. Mark S Steed, Director of JESS, Dubai JESS Dubai 1.      Experience the […]

June 11

5 things to do today – Monday 11th June 2018

See film and sports at St Katharine Docks Summer Screen. A perfect place to see Wimbledon Tennis. Book and celebrate Father’s Day with Royal China. Treat dad to an authentic Chinese dining experience. http://www.royalchinagroup.co.uk/  Photographs by Harleigh Reid. Watch Wimbledon canal side this summer at King’s Cross. https://www.kingscross.co.uk/event/wimbledon-summer-love … Find out about Nower Wood Educational Nature […]

June 10

5 things to do today at The Guinea Grill, Mayfair

The Guinea Grill  Sit in the bar area and enjoy a pint. You may also find a plug socket to charge your phone – the usual stuff. This is a lovely historic pub in a quiet area of Mayfair. 2. Book a table and move through to the back. A pub at the front with […]

June 10

5 things to do today at Run Regent’s Park – Organised by Macmillan

Today 5 things to do today has had a fantastic day at Run Regent’s Park organised by Macmillan. Drop your bag off before you race. The organisation and positive feeling at this event were unreal. 2. Queue for the loo before the race starts. Thank goodness these were available to quash any race nerves. 3. […]

June 08

Interview with The Phantom of the Opera star Hettie Hobbs at Her Majesty’s Theatre London

We feel honoured to have interview Hettie Hobbs who is currently performing as ‘swing’ in the current production of The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’sTheatre, London. 1. When did you first realise that you wanted to perform professionally? I think when I was eight I played the cat in a school production of […]

June 08

Little Baby Bum Live comes to Rose Theatre Kingston

Step into the magical and colourful world of LITTLE BABY BUM. Join Mia, Jacus, Twinkle and their Nursery Rhyme friends at the world premiere of a brand new LIVE show. An online and digital TV sensation Little Baby Bum is the world’s largest educational YouTube channel with over 21m subscribers and 20 billion views. Performance […]

June 07

Deliver a ‘Message in a Bottle’ to Parliament – Challenge to raise awareness of plastic pollution

St Katharine Docks to host closing ceremony of Thames paddleboard challenge Carlos De Sousa and Carolyn Newton from The Whale Company will undertake a 17-day ‘Source to Sea’ challenge to paddleboard the entire length of the River Thames from the navigable source at Lechlade to the sea at Gravesend. They will paddle over 300km on their SUPs […]

June 05

Book to see Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella, New Victoria Theatre, Woking

The much-anticipated New Adventures’ tour of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella visits the New Victoria Theatre, Woking from Tuesday 19th – Saturday 23rd June. Following on from the success of The Red Shoes last year, Matthew Bourne said, “Cinderella is one of my most heartfelt works and a personal favourite amongst my re-imagined classic stories. I’m delighted […]

June 04

Keith Jack, Mica Paris and Jorgie Porter to Star in Fame at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Keith Jack, Mica Paris, and Jorgie Porter are set to star in the upcoming 30th anniversary tour of Fame – The Musical, which plays at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking between Monday 1st – Saturday 6th October. Based on the 1980 phenomenal pop culture film, Fame – The Musical is the international smash-hit sensation following the lives of students at […]

June 04

Celebrate World Gin Day by going on a Gin Journey with Mr Fogg’s

This year, in celebration of World Gin Day, Victorian bar collection, Mr Fogg’s are joining forces with Bombay Sapphire, inviting guests on a gin journey around London, to celebrate the spirit of the summer. On Thursday 7th June, guests are invited to take part in a gin tasting tipple adventure on Bombay Sapphire Tuk Tuks, […]

June 04

Raise vital money and help support people living with cancer – Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support has launched a series of 15 fundraising challenges to raise vital money and help support people living with cancer. Including eight marathon-length hikes, two runs and five outdoor swims, anyone is welcome to join #TeamMacmillan and take part in ‘Challenge Events 2018’. Participants are encouraged to ask loved ones for sponsorship and every penny […]

May 29

Watch the last few minutes of the final Car Share

May 16

5 things to do on a Lazy day by blogger Katie Lauren

Thank you to Katie Lauren for these 5 Chuck on some comfy clothes: pjs, onesie, fluffy socks, dressing gown or wrap yourself in a blanket or your duvet. Allow max comfort! Watch the hell out of Netflix: binge-watch a series, repeatedly play Love Actually or watch all the films your friends have been telling you […]

May 10

Blackpool Livewire Festival with Mariah Carey, The Sanderson Hotel, Free events at K West Live, green steps at Kings Cross and Kasper’s Restaurant at The Savoy

Thursday 10th May 2018   Book your tickets for Blackpool’s Livewire Festival (Friday August 24th 2018). The headliner this year has just been announced as Mariah Carey. Tickets priced from £65 on sale Friday May 11th at 10am from: livewirefestival.co.uk Enjoy afternoon tea at The Sanderson Hotel London this Summer. This summer, in collaboration with Laurent-Perrier and […]

May 09

Vegan afternoon teas, immersive dining, virtual reality blasters, Dublin airport hotels and Disney’s Aladdin

Wednesday 9th May 2018 Dine at Collage restaurant if you happen to be at Dublin Airport. You will find Collage at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Collage is an exciting new brasserie concept featuring authentic local cuisine with a unique twist. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Collage provides an informal, fun culinary option for guests, […]

May 08

Four final places to celebrate The Royal Wedding

One British Feasting at Blueprint Café. Royal Wedding celebrations are quintessentially British occasions, and Blueprint Café has a menu packed full of British produce and nostalgic dishes, perfect for honouring the big day. Chef Patron Mini Patel has made his mark at Blueprint Café with his contemporary twist on British plates, from Treacle Tart with clotted Devon cream to Blueprint Café […]

May 08

5 more places to watch the Royal Wedding on 19th May 2018

One Sip your G&Tea the posh way at Fayre Share. Nothing embodies quintessential Englishness like sipping a gin and tonic from a beautifully elegant tea set, and that is exactly how this British favourite is served at new family-style restaurantFayre Share, in Victoria Park Village. The G&Tea is a gin and tonic made with East London […]

May 08

5 places to watch the Royal Wedding on 19th May 2018

One The Stafford London. The Stafford London in St James’s will be screening the wedding in The American Bar, The Lounge, and The Game Bird restaurant. Furthermore, they will be offering special dishes and cocktails on the day, including Grilled Dover sole with Dubonnet sauce and Boîtes des fraises Reine Elizabeth. The five-star hotel’s classic afternoon tea will also be […]

May 03

Plate Restaurant From Arnaud Stevens Officially Opens

With a menu that personifies ‘English/French fusion’, ‘fine eating’ and ‘locally sourced produce’, we are happy to announce, following an extended soft launch period, the official opening of Arnaud Stevens’ first restaurant: Plate, located at London’s M By Montcalm in Shoreditch. Plate focuses on beautiful food with accessible price points, and with owner and Chef […]

May 02

London’s original Belgian craft beer festival is back for 2018 to celebrate what’s brewing in the mothership of craft beer, Belgium.

ALES TALES RETURNS FOR A SECOND YEAR OF THE FINEST BELGIAN CRAFT BEERS WITH 70 VARIETIES FROM OVER 20 BREWERIES Ales Tales, London’s original Belgian craft beer festival is back for a second year with an expertly curated selection of 20 breweries with nine new additions for 2018 offering over 70 varieties of Belgian craft […]

May 02

Raise a glass to London Wine Week! 14th – 20th May

London Wine Week returns for 2018 with seven days of grapey goings on all across town. On May 14-20, Londoners who purchase a £10 digital pass will get access to exclusive £5 wine flights ‘sip and snack’ pairings at over 125 participating bars. Wine flights will showcase exciting vintages and the best of select wine […]

May 02

Free Lululemon Yoga classes in Covent Garden

INDULGE IN A WEEKEND OF WELLBEING THIS BANK HOLIDAY IN COVENT GARDEN This May Bank Holiday (3rd- 7th May), Covent Garden will become a wellness hub, as the estate is transformed with early morning outdoor yoga classes, wellness offers, aura readings and more. Shoppers and diners can discover pop-up gardens to relax and recharge in one of […]

May 02

An Italian Summer at Sanderson with Peroni Ambra and Martini Riserva

Sanderson welcomes an Italian Summer with Peroni AMBRA and MARTINI Riserva Speciale This summer, Sanderson is delighted to present its Berners Terrace in collaboration with Peroni AMBRA and MARTINI Riserva Speciale. From 21 May to 30 September, guests will be enticed to take a step away from the bustle of Oxford Street and enjoy a selection of speciality beverages […]

May 02

Rich Hall adds 44 dates to his Hoedown tour for autumn 2018 – tickets on sale now!

Rich Hall and his Hoedown band will continue to delight audiences with this legendary show by extending the tour into autumn 2018. Tickets for an extra 44 dates are now on sale! Rich Hall’s Hoedown autumn tour kicks off with 3 nights at Bristol’s Redgrave Theatre in September and continues until December 2018, including one night […]

Spanish Food & Drink Festival Comes To South Bank This Spring Bank Holiday

Feria De Londres, returns this Spring Bank Holiday to bring the vitality of a traditional Andalucian Feria to heart of London. From Friday 25th May until Sunday 27th the Southbank will play host to a vibrant celebration of Spanish culture and cuisine. Inspired by Southern Spain’s annual Spring fairs, the festival will feature Flamenco dancing shows, interactive workshops and live Spanish music to create an authentic party […]

April 28

Royal Afternoon Tea at Conrad London St James

Royal Afternoon Tea at Emmeline’s Lounge To honour The Royal Wedding and a summer of regal celebrations, Emmeline’s Lounge at Conrad London St James is launching a Royal Afternoon Tea created by Executive Pastry Chef Diana Sedlakova. Available from 14 May to 31 August, the Royal Afternoon Tea features quintessentially British sandwiches including Cucumber, cream cheese […]

April 28

Chang Sensory Trails, a multi-sensory experience in partnership with 8 Thai chefs, returns to London in May

Inspired by the Thai philosophy of Lamiat, Chang Sensory Trails celebrates kinships among friends and strangers. A home where people from around the world gather and feed their shared passion for craftsmanship – in food, art and music. This year, get ready to thrill your senses even more as Chang Sensory Trails 2018 houses 4 […]

April 28

The London Asparagus Festival Lands in Pimlico

London Farmers Market Spruces into Spring with an Asparagus Festival As British asparagus season spears into life, join the growers and stall holders at Pimlico Farmers Market on Saturday 12th May, as they launch The London Asparagus Festival all in celebration of the slender spruce. With delicious dishes and freshly picked produce from sustainable organic, British farms; keep those eyes […]

April 28

Field to Fork dining in The Surrey Hills with A Table Outside

After four years developing social content and events for a community garden, Bernadette Keane has moved to pastures new (quite literally) and launched a field to fork concept celebrating the cream of Surrey’s foodie movement. Joining her is award-winning local chef (and Masterchef finalist) Daniel Britten who will be creating the farm-specific menus. From May […]

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