Tag Archives: London

April 29

Try Afternoon Tea at The Guardsman Hotel, Westminster, London

An afternoon tea is the perfect indulgent way to catch up with friends and family and now The Guardsman is opening its elegant dining room to non-hotel guests. Situated in the heart of St. James’s, six minutes walk from Buckingham Palace, The Guardsman is a new boutique hotel with the feel of a member’s club. […]

March 27

5 things about ‘The Best of British Pop’ show at the London Cabaret Club

The Best of British Pop show is relaunced The London Cabaret Club  has announced the relaunch of The Best of British Pop – an innovative musical celebration of the UK’s favourite hits throughout the decades. The London Cabaret Club is a pioneering entertainment experience in the heart of the capital, combining elegant fine dining and world-class performances with five-star service. The critically […]

March 21

Coravin hosting exclusive wine tasting at Le Pont de La Tour

Book Here Le Pont de la Tour is partnering with the famed wine preservation system, Coravin, to host a series of three exclusive fine wine tasting events, launching on Wednesday 13 April in Le Pont de la Tour’s atmospheric wine cellar. Head Sommelier Michele Orbolato and an ambassador from Coravin will lead guests through a bespoke flight […]

March 18

Book to see Six the Musical at Hampton Court Palace (19th and 20th June)

Book here Performance TimesSunday 19 June – 9pmMonday 20 June – 3pm* and 9pm Worldwide hit musical SIX, created by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, will play three open-air concert performances at Hampton Court Palace, reuniting the original West End Queens and performing within the iconic main courtyard of their infamous ex-husband’s former residence on Sunday 19 […]

March 17

Discover the secrets of Stonehenge at a fascinating new exhibition in London and other ancient sites across the UK with these Stonehenge-inspired holidays

A new exhibition at The British Museum in London reveals the secrets of Stonehenge, exploring its purpose, cultural power and the people that created it. The World of Stonehenge (until 17 July 2022) follows the story of Britain and Europe from 4000 to 1000 BC – the fascinating age of Stonehenge. If your curiosity has been piqued, here are […]

March 11

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking and 4 other things

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking – Monday 28th March to Saturday 2nd April! Did you know the show uses more than 6,000 litres of water during each performance? That’s roughly around the weight of 11 grand pianos!  Get Fit with Coppa’s New Weekend Fitness Packages at The Swan […]

February 14

Have you ever seen Madama Butterfly in Woking? This and 4 other things to do

Today’s 5 1. Visit Chessington World of Adventures. It’s not all open but great for toddlers. You can see all the animals, go on the carousel and others and treat yourself to donuts and coffee. Our experience was very short wait times. Perfect! 2. Have the M & S Valentine’s £20 pound meal. Maybe not […]

November 02

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO ON THE RIVER THAMES

London’s River Thames is famous for landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Palace of Westminster, but there are plenty of exciting activities to do on the river itself. Our top five activities are all tried and tested by our adventurous Cheval Three Quays Concierge team. Read More

October 25

5. Take a trip to Luna Winter Cinema London

Believe it or not, Christmas is coming, and with many of us starting to plan lots of festive activities around the capital, you need look no further for the perfect winter warmer. The Luna Cinema is back, announcing its largest ever winter season, hosting screenings of festive favourites at two spectacular venues: Kensington Palace and Battersea Arts Centre. This year they’re […]

October 25

4. Dine at One One Four, Teddington #teddington #London #Food

October 25

3. Dine at Michelin Starred City Social, London

October 25

1. Book to see The Smeds and the Snoos Live on Stage at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

A stellar new show based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler On a far-off planet, Smeds and Smoos can’t be friends. So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love and zoom off into space together, how will their families get them back? Music, laughs and interplanetary adventures for everyone aged […]

October 10

5. Go on a nighttime magical trail at Polesden Lacey this Half Term

Between Fri, 22 Oct 2021 – Sun, 7 Nov 2021, experience the enchanting effects of fire, light and lanterns throughout the garden at Polesden Lacey. Deep in the Surrey Hills, the Edwardian gardens at the National Trust’s Polesden Lacey form the perfect setting for this new, after-dark experience.  Polesden Lacey was once the home of famous Edwardian […]

October 10

3. Dine at the Coppernose restaurant at The Mitre Hotel, opposite Hampton Court

A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to eat and drink. A riverside venue with a great selection of wines and tasty food. Coppernose was the nickname given to Henry VIII, after his funds ran low and he was forced to issue cheap copper-coated currency towards the end of his reign. A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to drink […]

October 10

2. Book to see L.O.L Surprise

UK, are you ready to see the most L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls together…. LIVE?! This multi-city tour is set to remix the vibes of a club, feature the best ever beats & latest songs from the upcoming L.O.L. Surprise! movie, never-before-seen dance moves and the ultimate instagrammable sets. We are coming to 15 venues across the […]

October 10

1. Bus it around London on the Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour

Come and experience afternoon tea with a difference on our exclusive and unique Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour. Our vintage routemaster buses drive through the streets of Central London, taking in some of the City’s best sights, whilst you indulge in the fabulous Brigit’s Afternoon Tea on a double decker bus! Capture […]

October 09

5. Take your children to Gravity Wandsworth this Half Term

Gravity, Wandsworth a family-friendly Adventureland set over three floors looks to welcome the thrill-seeking revellers of all ages during the school break with 100,000 sq ft. of endless fun-filled activities to keep the kids entertained from start to finish. This exhilarating, interactive gaming zone will keep the kids entertained for hours with a a multi-level, all-electric-go-kart track, testing skill, reflexes, and nerve through eight-meter downhills […]

October 09

4. Dine at Dar restaurant near Hampton Court – Tapas Inspired by Spain and Lebanon

What does Dar mean? It’s Lebanese for “lounge” and Spanish for the verb “to give”. And that’s a perfect combination with Spanish and Lebanese-inspired tapas as well as fine wines in a relaxed and convivial ambience. Dar Tapas Restaurant

October 09

2. Have a shower in Soho this weekend with Original Source

The UK’s first #Showergasmic Salon comes to London’s Dean Street this weekend (Friday 8th – 10th October 2021). Powered by Original Source, the multi-sensory #Showergasmic Salon offers 30-minute wet and wild experiences that are sure to reawaken the senses. On arrival, guests will be welcomed by an Original Source Showergasmologist, and given a complementary ‘Let’s Get Filthy’ Sanctuary Spa […]

September 28

Cabbage Patch 10, Royal Docks Festival, Quinta do Lago, BSI at The Shacklewell Arms and 5 things by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

One Enter the The Cabbage Patch 10 running race. The Cabbage Patch 10 is back, taking place at 09.00 on Sunday 17 October 2021. The 10-mile race has taken place every year since 1982 – with the exception of 2020 for obvious reasons. Starting and finishing near the eponymous iconic pub, this 10-mile race is […]

September 27

Su Pollard as the Wicked Queen in Sunderland, Camping with PaulCamper, New interior design at The Fellows House, Cambridge, Streatham Literary Festival and The Bobby Moore Fund’s London Sports Quiz in aid of Cancer Research UK

Book to see Su Pollard in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs in Sunderland. Sunderland Empire is delighted to announce that the nation’s much-loved actress and entertainer Su Pollard will be returning to thrill pantomime audiences as the Wicked Queen in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs from Friday 10 December 2021 – Sunday 2 […]

September 26

Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James, The Last Five Years at The Garrick theatre, Halloween in Bath, Golf at Quinta do Lago Portugal and World Animal day in South Africa

Register for Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James: Conversations with Compassion Racial & Social Justice. The next Stronger on Sundays programme takes place on Sunday 26 September, 1800 to 2000 BST. Registration is free and can be done here Book to see Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award-winning musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS at the Garrick Theatre. […]

September 24

We like to move it, Circla Beauty, London Restaurant Festival, Help Musicians and Beauty and the Beast at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

Book to see We like to move it. This is an announcement for a London-wide tour of a brand-new all-immigrant variety show: WE LIKE TO MOVE IT MOVE IT is performed by a clown collective of immigrant performers, who take the audience on a journey of variety and satire. grappling with our decade’s stickiest subject; […]

August 26

Dip pizza crusts at Victoria Station – by Hellmann’s

Do you know how many pizza crusts go to waste? I didn’t but now they dont need to. Crust + dip = pleasure. Dip your crust at Victoria Station. Condiments and Crusts FREE pop-up truck event to central London this coming 11th September 2021 from 12 – 6pm. Event organised by Hellmann’s

August 21

5 things to do today at Pergola Paddington, London

Pergola Paddington is a huge, covered, rooftop bar located right in the heart of London’s new Paddington development. Thanks to huge investment, what was once a dull business area of the city next to a train station has been completely transformed into a stylish and happening social space. And Pergola is the jewel in the […]

August 02

Conductor Rachel Staunton shares 5 leadership tips for in and outside the concert hall.

Thank you to Rachel for sharing these 5 tips. 1. Take a relationship rich approach – We need to call time on the days where the red carpet is laid, maestro waltzes in, may or may not throw a tantrum but generally makes people feel inferior. Let the people you are leading know you care […]

April 09

Wandsworth Gymfinity Kids Gymnastics, Ninja and Nursery is back on Monday!

With children’s leisure facilities allowed to re-open across the country next week, Gymfinity Kids is delighted to announce that it will be reopening its Wandsworth Gymnastics & Ninja club on Monday! Within a 11,000 sq. ft state-of-the art facility, Gymfinity Kids’ structured Gymnastics and Ninja Knights classes are led by fully qualified coaches who specialise […]

May 16

Top 5 Things to Do When You Can’t Travel

A lot of us are stuck at home right now, and if you’re anything like me, you might be dreaming of your next holiday. Maybe you’ve even had to cancel travel plans this summer and you’re feeling pretty bummed out. For some people, current events are taking a hit on their mental health because of […]

May 14

The London Cabaret Club Present: ‘A Night IN At The Cabaret’ Friday 15th May

Friday 15th May From 8pm – Youtube: The London Cabaret Club On the evening of Friday 15th May, legendary showbiz troupe The London Cabaret Club will air an exclusive performance of their critically acclaimed show ‘Exquisite’ via their Youtube channel. The Exquisite show will aim to transport viewers from the comfort of their sofas to the heart […]

April 29

How to sell your property during lockdown with Virtual Viewings – 30% off for all new customers who sign up for a 360 video before 15th May, 2020!

How to sell your property during lockdown Quarantine has been great for some sectors – such as food delivery companies, the arts and crafts industry, and alcohol companies – but it’s also been disastrous for other sectors. The restaurant trade, small businesses and the travel sectors have suffered, as has the property industry. This is […]

April 27

Union Chapel Presents Free Online Composition Workshops For Ages 14-16

Union Chapel presents ‘Notating The World’,  a series of free online music workshops, aimed at ages 14-16, exploring the world of music notation, presented by Organ Scholar Jay Richardson. The series of online classes will explore graphic and text scores, creative uses of staff notation, the sonification of numeric data sets, notating for the organ, […]

April 08

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel and 4 other things to do

Here are today’s selection One Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel Follow the link and set a reminder to be notified when it goes live for 24 hours only:  Two Watch Now, Visit Later:  Social Distance with the Derry Girls – Prepare […]

April 07

Tune into Russell Howard’s new show ‘Home Time’ and 4 other things to do

Here are today’s selection. Send a postcard to a loved one using the Touchnote app. Do you remember the feeling of receiving a postcard from someone on holiday? Touch note is a brilliant app which allows you to take a picture from your phone, add it to a post card which is then sent to […]

February 24

5 things to do today around London Bridge Station

The London Bridge area is right on the southern bank of the Thames, between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. Despite its ever-busy train station, it’s more than just a commuter hub; it encompasses Borough Market, City Hall, the HMS Belfast, and Potter’s Field, and the many nearby theatres and museums ensure there are always plenty […]

February 14

Spend Valentine’s night at The Parrot at The Waldorf, London

The stylish hangout, The Parrot at The Waldorf, has launched two delicious cocktails for the perfect valentine’s date for two. The Pink Coupette created by The Parrot’s Bar Manager, Massimiliano Terrile contains both a measure of Roku Gin and of Kakuzo vodka and is served with the tantalising raspberry foam. A second cocktail a Charcoal […]

January 17

Have a light-themed cocktail at The Ivy in The Park, Canary Wharf

Celebrate Canary Wharf’s Winter Lights festival at The Ivy in The Park.  From Thursday, 16th to Saturday, 25th January you will be able to enjoy a duo of limited-edition, light-themed cocktails. Including the Lumier, a refreshing mix of St Germain Elderflower Liquor, Beefeater Gin, Green Chartreuse, lime juice, and a dash of orange bitters, and the Ultraviolet […]

January 16

5 things to do today at the Frank Skinner Showbiz show – Garrick Theatre, London

One Have a pre-show drink whilst waiting for warm-up act Pierre Novellie at one of the licensed bars at The Garrick. The small bar directly behind the stalls is particularly good and atmospheric. Two The excellent Pierre Novellie will be on stage for around 25 minutes and you will be entertained with stories about South […]

November 05

Take your child to World of Dinosaurs, Paradise Park, Broxbourne

This park is excellent if your toddler loves dinosaurs as many do. The wildlife park area is a little dated but the dinosaur aminotronic area is superb. There is a little train that will take you too – extra cost of £2.00 however Paradise Park

November 05

Have luxury Indian food at Indian Panorama in Molesey, Surrey

This restaurant replaces Petritis on Molesey high street which despite being excellent didn’t make it. Indian Panorama is a fine replacement and always seem busy. The menu is novel, service slick and food incredibly tasty. Lamb is always a rest and was superb. The wines by the glass should also not be ignored. This is […]

October 23

Visit Natasha Kumar’s exhibition – Eloquent Spaces – Sacred and Secular Indian Architecture at the Railings gallery, Marylebone

The exhibition captures the spirit of Indian architecture with its carved stone, crumbling palaces and pillared halls. Natasha has created a special piece to celebrate Diwali – Ganesha| New Beginnings. This is a handmade screen-print in an edition of 40.  The Ganesha God symbolises fresh starts and prosperity. Most timely in the current climate!  Natasha […]

October 23

Dine at J Sheekey, Covent Garden

This famous fish restaurant in the heart of London is always busy. Enjoy a drink at the bar before having fabulous fish. The fish stew is a classic as is the traditional fish and chips. The people watching is almost as good as the food. J Sheekey

October 22

Enjoy a Whisky Masterclass at speakeasy bar The Mind Palace, London – Wednesday 6th November

On Wednesday 6th November, The Mind Palace, Sherlock’s popular stand alone speakeasy bar, is hosting the ultimate Whisky Masterclass. For just £12, guests will learn to make a selection of autumnal, whisky based cocktails using Glenlivet whisky, as well as enjoy three cocktails after the masterclass. Find out more

October 20

Take your child to Investigate at The Natural History Museum, London

You can use microscopes, cameras and magnifying glasses. Staff are on hand to help you out. In the basement of the Natural History Museum you will find Investigate. Take a tray and investigate teeth, fossils, rock and more. The Natural History Museum

October 20

Visit the Moon at the Natural History museum, London

October 17

2. Book tickets for an evening with Stephen Schwartz’s at the Park theatre, London

The world-renowned composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Children of Eden, Pippin, Godspell, Rags and the soon to be premiered in London The Prince of Egypt) will visit Park Theatre to present a showcase of his most memorable numbers and take part in a panel discussion and audience Q&A about his life and work on Sunday 12 January.  Featuring his favourite works, performed by […]

October 15

3. Book tickets for STOP KISS at the Above The Stag Theatre, Vauxhall, London

Above The Stag Theatre is an award-winning theatre in Vauxhall, London with a focus on producing LGBT+ themed work including new writing, musicals and revivals. We are the only full-time professional LGBT+ theatre in the UK. STOP KISS

October 15

2. Book to see Neil Gaiman in conversation with Lenny Henry at the National Theatre – Wednesday 18 December, 5.45–6.45pm, Olivier Theatre

Wednesday 18 December, 5.45–6.45pm, Olivier Theatre The Ocean at the End of the Lane is the bestselling magical novel from the brilliant imagination of Neil Gaiman. Join Gaiman as he chats to Lenny Henry about writing this modern myth, where his inspiration came from, and what it’s like to have his novel adapted for the stage. Neil Gaiman […]

October 15

1. Have lunch at Simpson on the Strand

Simpson’s This beautiful dining room serves classic luxury dishes with perfection. This restaurant is long standing, situated next to The Savoy provides beautiful food with a classic ambience hard to find in London. There is even a pianist singer to ease the meal.

October 14

5. Enjoy a gin and tonic at the American Bar in The Savoy Hotel, London

October 14

3. Look out for New Scientist Live next Year

Yesterday 5 things went to New Scientist Live at London’s Excel Centre. A vast range of stalls, talks and book signings awaits. There is lots for kids to do such as making paper airplanes and testing out the design of a roller coaster. New Scientist Live

October 14

2. Have a bacon sandwich from Coffee Bay Kiosk at Hampton Court Station

October 13

3. Buy the Let’s go Fishing game from Hamleys

October 13

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October 13

1. Have your passport photograph taken on the bridge between Waterloo East and London Waterloo

October 12

5. Enjoy a beer from The Beer House on the concourse of Charing Cross Station, London

October 12

4. Watch a street performer in the covered market at Covent Garden

October 12

3. Visit the London transport museum, Covent Garden, London

October 07

Celebrate London Cocktail Week at Issho-Ni

Issho-Ni, the stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, has teamed up with American whiskey brand Bulleit Frontier Whiskey to host the ultimate Funk BBQ Party on Friday 11th October, in celebration of London Cocktail Week. For just £10 per person, party goers can enjoy a drink from the specially curated Issho-Ni x Bulleit cocktail menu, alongside a charcoal grilled Chicken Yakitori Skewer or Tofu […]

October 07

Waitress WILL HOST THE NEXT LONDON CAST ALBUM KARAOKE NIGHT ON 16 OCTOBER

Waitress has announced its next Cast Album Karaoke Night will take place on 16 October in partnership with Official London Theatre offering audience members the chance to sing songs from the smash hit comedy musical, by 7-time Grammy® nominee Sara Bareilles, live on the West End stage. Audience members who want to take part in […]

September 20

Interview with U.S. comedian Liza Treyger

Thank you to Liza for this interview. Liza is set to embark on her debut tour across UK and Europe with her latest stand-up, including a performance at Bloomsbury Studio, London on 24th September. Out of everything you have done in your comedy career so far what have been the highlights? I think the number […]

September 10

5. Try the new seasonal menu at Issho-Ni, Bethnal Green, London

Issho-Ni, pronounced “Is-sho-ni” and defined as “together with” in Japanese, is a stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar serving up delicious sharing plates, izakaya style. Located on the trendy Bethnal Green Road, Issho-Ni connects guests with new tastes and experiences in a relaxed casual dining atmosphere. With a focus on bold and seasonal flavours, head chef Eduardo Aguiar, who was previously head chef of Bone Daddies, Shakafuyu and Kiri is pushing […]

September 10

4. Don’t forget the Royal Albert Hall this Christmas – Baby Spice, Trevor Nelson, Michael Giacchino and more

Emma Bunton, Trevor Nelson and Michael Giacchino will each star in the Royal Albert Hall’s Christmas season, alongside jazz legends, the London Community Gospel Choir and Birmingham Royal Ballet. Emma Bunton brings her Christmas party to the Hall with famous friends in tow – Emma has sold over 85 million records as a member of the all-conquering Spice Girls, the most successful […]

September 10

2. Visit the ABBA Exhibition at the O2 this December (Opening 6th December)

Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid (“Frida”) Lyngstad. This new and immersive experience charts their music, lyrics, creative process and influence as one of the most iconic pop bands of the modern age. ABBA burst onto the UK music scene with a dazzling win on 6th April 1974 at the Eurovision Song Contest, […]

September 10

1. Go to a Soho Live Jazz week event (Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th September)

Soho’s iconic performance venues are coming together to present the capital’s first Soho.Live Jazz Week. Over 15 venues will showcase more than 200 jazz artists across 45 ticketed shows. Highlights Wednesday 11 September Ashley Henry, L’Escargot, Greek St. 9:30pm As one of the UK’s leading jazz & beats performers brings his live show to soho for […]

August 30

3. Bryn Williams at Somerset House launches Bottomless Brunch for September

This September, Bryn Williams at Somerset House is serving a tipsy twist to its popular brunch menu by launching a limited-edition bottomless offer. Guests will have the option to order an hour’s worth of unlimited prosecco or bespoke Bloody Marys, made with their choice of spirits including Welsh Brecon Five Vodka, Welsh Brecon gin and […]

August 30

2. Book tickets for Brixton’s largest Oktoberfest

Brixton’s largest Oktoberfest named South London Oktoberfest and taking place at Electric Brixton on 28th Sept and 19th Oct has just been launched. Electric Brixton for the first time will be transformed in to an all singing, all dancing bavarian beer hall complete with long wooden tables and bunting, fit for a decadent bohemian party. […]

August 30

1. See a show at The New Victoria Theatre in Woking this September

The Glenn Miller Orchestra – Sunday 8 September, 3pm Jimmy Carr – Terribly Funny – Tuesday 10 September, 8pm Jane McDonald – Wednesday 11 September, 7.30pm Michael – The Magic of Michael Jackson – Thursday 12 September, 7.30pm Hello Again – The Story of Neil Diamond – Saturday 14 September, 7.30pm The Carpenters Story – […]

August 24

1. Go to the Hampton Court Food festival this Bank Holiday weekend

Join us for a summer celebration of food and drink in the iconic East Front Gardens at Hampton Court Palace. The Kitchen Join us in the Kitchen for live cooking demonstrations from top chefs and experts including Michel Roux Jr, Nadiya Hussain and Rhiannon Lambert. View the timetable and book your seat at the Food […]

August 23

5. Have a Peruvian Carnival at COYA Mayfair this August Bank Holiday

On Sunday 25th August, COYA Mayfair are putting a Peruvian Carnival spin on their brunch with cocktails, canapés and a party to rival Notting Hill Carnival. Taking the same form as their sellout weekend brunch, the outstanding bottomless three-hour affair will see guests sip on pisco sours and frozen mojitos whilst tucking into their favourite […]

August 23

4. Have dinner powered by people’s conversation Friday 20th September, Spitalfields

Mexican food brand, Old El Paso is on a mission to get people talking on National Fajita Friday! Old El Paso is opening a pop up restaurant in which the diners’ conversation, chat and laughter will generate small amounts of measurable electricity that, once channelled through converters, will actually power certain elements of the restaurant […]

August 23

2. Book to see The Queen Of Roses at The London Cabaret Club

A Contemporary Cabaret Celebrating Britain’s Great Female Monarchs In An Immersive Entertainment And Dining Experience September 2019 marks the launch of The London Cabaret Club’s new season show ‘Queen Of Roses’ – an immersive cabaret experience, featuring an evening of live performance and exquisite dining with a quintessentially British theme. Queen Of Roses will take […]

August 06

A virtual shooting range in London, Southport and a tropical soft play in Bolton

Go to Mac&Wild this August to eat grouse and shoot. They are offering a free one hour shooting session in their virtual range and bar. If you think you’re game enough, head to Mac & Wild this season. Eat lobster at Wright Brothers. For just £20, guests can enjoy a whole native lobster, grilled with […]

July 15

Book to see London’s leading pop-opera girl group, Ida brings you their mesmerising show for one night only. 26th July at Live at Zedel, Soho, London

These four stunning sopranos bring you a collection of stand out musical theatre favourites, chart-topping hits and reworked operatic arias. From Phantom of the Opera to Carmen, Ed Sheeran to Adele, and The Greatest Showman to Bohemian Rhapsody, be prepared to be spellbound as the girls bring you stunning vocals with classical-crossover, never-before-heard renditions of […]

July 10

5. Somerset House welcomes a taste of Spain with San Miguel summer terrace

Somerset House is embracing the summer sun with the launch of a terrace in partnership with San Miguel, located on the banks of the River Thames. In a prime position on the Victoria Embankment, Somerset House Terrace serves a selection of chilled San Miguel beers and a menu of Spanish-inspired snacks until the end of […]

July 10

4. Book tickets for the Red Bull Dance Your Style Final – London Sunday 14th July

The dance tournament will see 16 of the best dancers across the UK will face off to be crowned the champion and represent the UK at the World Final in Paris! Red Bull Dance Your Style is a one-on-one street dance competition where dancers of all styles battle to unexpected tracks of all genres. Each […]

July 10

3. Celebrate Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden

Get your fill of Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden with Gregory Marchand’s beautifully themed Wimbledon dessert; Strawberry & Almond Tartlet with Basil Ice Cream. Not only is it colour coordinated, Greg has taken inspiration from the tournaments infamous Strawberries and Cream. Frenchie Covent Garden, 16 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8QH

July 10

2. Book tickets for Nashville Meets London at Canary Wharf 27th July

Boasting a stellar line-up, London’s largest free country music festival is perfect for families, country aficionados and even those tapping a toe to the genre for the very first time. Taking place on July 27th, US artists include superstars Lauren Alaina and Sarah Darling, while the UK’s home-grown talents include Robert Vincent, who won the […]

July 10

1. Get ready for National Orgasm Day with Ama. Hit That Spot 31st July

Women across London are invited to take their orgasm to the next level this National Orgasm Day (31st July) with AM:Appointment, the bestie to their sexy. Launched by Nadia “orgasm whisper” Deen from Oval, South London, ladies are invited to Hit that Spot at Sh! Womens store in the heart of Shoreditch, to join a […]

June 17

Book to see Franco-American singer Arielle Dombasle at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London – 25th June #London #Music

Dombasle is a muse to many and the wife of renowned French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy. She is best known for her roles in movies by Nouvelle Vague director Eric Rohmer, Tess by Roman Polanski and in the TV series Miami Vice. She has previously collaborated with Dita Von Teese at legendary Parisian cabaret Le Crazy […]

June 17

Enjoy street food from Greenwich Market #Greenwich #London #Travel

June 17

Watch the bright red time ball at Royal Greenwich Observatory drop at 1pm – a tradition since 1833 #London #Travel

May 21

5 things to do at Quaglino’s in London’s Mayfair #London #Mayfair

Quaglino’s is one of London’s hot spots, with a gorgeous island bar and a menu designed by Executive Head Chef Nuno Goncalves, it’s not one to be missed. The menu boasts a range of European classics with a hint of Middle Eastern spicing, whilst also using the highest quality British ingredients. 5 reasons you have […]

May 13

5 gin brands you need to know #London #Gin #SecretGinGarden

Charlotte Elizabeth discovers the UK’s hottest gin brands. I’ll begin with a confession; I’ve never loved gin. But some quick internet research taught me that gin is one of the broadest categories of spirits, featuring various flavour profiles, styles and origins. So attending the Speakeasy Series Secret Gin Garden event, I figured I must be […]

May 12

5 London Eateries to Try on a Budget #London

London is one of the most beautifully diverse cities in the UK. And with a population of over 8 million, there are lots of mouths to feed! Because of this merge of cultures, tastes and sheer mass of people, there are so many delicious places to eat. So many so that it would take one […]

May 09

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London #London #Fulhambeach

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London’s very own beach. The weather may be a little crazy right now, leaving us sceptical about packing our swimming cosies and venturing to the nearest seaside destination for a little paddle in the water and some fish and chips on the pebbles. But, […]

May 02

Five amazing botanicals in Everleaf non-alcoholic aperitif #London #Everleaf

Charlotte Elizabeth visits Hide Bar in London to investigate the buzz behind the new non-alcoholic aperitif, Everleaf. As the weather beings to warm and the days get longer, people across the country are buying new BBQ’s and dusting down the outdoor furniture. The plans of summers spent in the garden with friends and family are […]

April 30

5 things to try at Sake no Hana #London #Mayfair

Thank you to freelance writer and blogger Cally Lai for this review. Sake no Hana is a fine dining Japanese restaurant situated in the heart of Mayfair, a stone’s throw away from Bond, Conduit and Bruton street. They have a carefully selected menu delivering well thought out and high-quality Japanese food. Sake no Hana is […]

April 30

5 Reasons you need to visit Underbelly this Summer #London #Southbank

Thank you to freelance writer Ashley Hall for this review. Ashley hall blogs at Ashley’s Footprints (Instagram) Open from April until the end of September, Underbelly Festival Southbank brings you world-class entertainment at their beautiful pop-up festival, right in the heart of London. Their events and festivals division operates one of the largest acts at […]

April 23

Book to see AN EVENING OF PRINCE WITH CHRIS ROYAL at Quaglino’s, London – 12th May #London

On Sunday 12th May for one night only, back by popular demand, Chris Royal takes the stage to honour the legend that is Prince! Enjoy all of your favourite classics including; Kiss, Purple Rain, Let’s go crazy and many more hits that will get you up on your feet! Book Tickets All this accompanied by an exclusive […]

April 19

5 cocktails you need to try at 100 Wardour Street #London #Cocktails #Soho

Thank you to freelance writer Ashley Hall for this review. Ashley hall blogs at Ashley’s Footprints (Instagram) Situated in the heart of Piccadilly Circus lies 100 Wardour Street; host of a stylish cocktail lounge, restaurant, and club. They have recently launched a brand new cocktail menu titled ‘Creative Disorders’ and I was invited to try […]

April 19

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China #London #Restaurants #CanaryWharf

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China, Canary Wharf  Freelance writer Charlotte Elizabeth reviews the Royal China restaurant. A drizzly Tuesday evening in the business district of London isn’t the setting which springs to mind when picturing authentic Chinese cuisine. Leaving the towering banks of Canary Wharf behind, the crowds thin. By the time you […]

April 15

5 family fun things to do in Leicester Square this Easter #London

One: Free Family Workshops at the National Portrait Gallery The National Portrait Gallery are hosting an array of fun – and free! – workshops this Easter. Do you fancy dressing up for a family photoshoot or painting your own tiny portrait? How about making your own necklace or bracelet? Running from the 8th April – 4th May […]

April 12

5 top tips for co-working by Sanj Mahal, owner of AndCo #work #space

1.       Get the gear. If you’re regularly moving around and packing up your desk at the end of the day, having the right equipment is key. A light laptop is a must of course, but don’t leave home without headphones with a built-in microphone! If you’re prone to back pain we’d also recommend a laptop stand. […]

April 04

Five places to eat for half price in London (and beyond) this week #London #offers #restaurants

Plate Deals have rounded up five places where you can eat for free and for half price in London (and beyond) this week: Tortilla are giving away FREE breakfast burritos and a hot drink every Friday in April at their Southwark, Clapham Junction, Victoria, Canary Wharf and King’s Cross branches. No strings attached! Soylent are […]

March 28

Hayman’s of London announces the return of ‘GINEMA’ #London #Ginema

Hayman’s of London, are hosting a series of pop-up cinema film screenings at the Home of English Gin in South West London After a highly successful series of ‘Ginema’ screenings at their distillery in 2018, Hayman’s of London are once again opening the doors of the Home of English Gin to film buffs and gin […]

March 28

5 fruity new reasons to visit Madison in St Pauls #Madison #London #Cocktails

Thank you very much to Beth Webb from Is this seat taken for this review of Madison London. Last night saw the launch of a new cocktail menu at the city-based rooftop bar & restaurant, Madison. We were invited along to test out these new tipples which have been lovingly created by new bar manager […]

March 20

5 Mothers Day Activities You Can Do In London

She’s been with us from the beginning. From our ups to our downs and even times when we’ve had circles all around. Mum’s truly are the best. With Mother’s Day just around the corner this month it gives us a chance to go all out to show her just how much we love her so […]

March 17

Book to see A Song at Twilight at the Rose Theatre, Kingston (Tue 19th Mar 2019 – Sat 23rd Mar) #Theatre #Kingston #rosetheatre

Following Sir Hugo Latymer, an ageing world-famous author, as he attends to his ailing wife and the secrets of his life come to the surface. A play about the secrets that we keep and the ones we wished never had. Address: Rose Theatre, High Street, Kingston upon Thames, UK Website: www.rosetheatrekingston.org Telephone: 020 8174 0090

March 14

Five places to eat for half price in London this week by Plate Deals #London #Restaurants

Let’s face it – London is an expensive place to live, travel or buy. But one thing it does have in over-abundance is a huge range of amazing cafes, restaurants, coffee shops and bars, all of whom are fighting for your attention. And as there are so many places to eat and drink, you do […]

March 08

5 THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT TAIKO DRUMMING | Sadler’s Wells Blog #London #Articles 

The art of Taiko drumming was first introduced into Japan in 6th Century CE and has remained an important part of the culture and tradition ever since. With the Yamato Drummers returning to the UK this March to entertain West End audiences at The Peacock theatre, here are a few facts you might not know about […]

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