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  • Being Lonely in London During This Time of the Year: A Film
    Posted in: Features, Unused

    The ooh and aahs of Yuletide spirit captured in TV commercials as people take off to exotic destinations. Cute as a button kids running around with Mummies and Daddies as they scurry with shopping bags from high street retailers loaded with expensive gifts for the holidays. Of 6-course meals with Turkeys and Hog roasts, laughter, […]

  • Eddie Saint-Jean Post Card to Nowhere Sefie Exhibition Candid Arts
    Postcard to Nowhere at Selfie Exhibition
    Posted in: Features, People, Shows & Exhibitions

    What’s Hot London?’s editor and writer/film director Eddie Saint-Jean’s selfie titled ‘Postcard to Nowhere’ is one of the photos being exhibited at the Candid Arts Selfie Exhibition in Angel, Islington which opened this week. The exhibition will run through March 4th and entry to the exhibition is free.

  • Purrfect Tea
    Posted in: Features, Food & Dining

    The first Cat café originated somewhere in Asia. The western world was quick to catch up. While there are a handful of cat cafes and some more mushrooming in the UK, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is the first of its kind in London. Opened in 2014 amidst much curiosity and hype, like all other cafes […]

  • Molly Moggs
    Molly Moggs (Bar)
    Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Reviews

    The air in the red light district of Soho is that of decadence amidst adult themed shops and  dimly lit somewhat dinghy looking restaurants and bars. There’s a sense of danger, excitement, something unknown in these by lanes. One such pub with green paneled glass windows guarded by a heavy main door and in absolute […]

  • The Dreamboys for the Lascivious Ladies of London
    Posted in: Features

    Girl’s  just wanna have fun. And how! We want men that resemble Greek Gods to strut their shredded, ripped muscles, gyrate and  shake their booties, tickle our senses with a strip tease and make us moan in an orgasmic delight as they bring us to a shattering climax with a Full Monty. Oh yes! That’s […]

  • Posh Nosh Vegan Dining at The Gate
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    Nestled in the borough of Islington about 200 yards from Angel underground station is The Gate. In comparison to the Hammersmith location of the restaurant known to have been graced by the crème de la crème of diners such as Madonna, Paul McCartney, Stella McCartney, Gwyneth Paltrow, the Islington branch is slightly low profile. The […]

  • No 41 at Mayfair
    Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Reviews

    There’s just something about the air in Mayfair, one of London’s busiest business and shopping districts, home to some of the best 5 star hotels, retail chains, clubs and restaurants. Think Mayfair, think classy. Splash the cash for sure. Parallel to Berkley square, on Conduit street, adjacent to the 5 star Westbury Hotel is a […]