Highlights

How Will Freedom Day Impact London’s Travel, Tourism And Heritage Sectors?
Posted in: Editorial, Events & Festivals, Food & Dining, Galleries & Museums, Highlights, Travel & Leisure

Boris Johnson recently announced that from July 19 England is open for business again, but does that include businesses catering for overseas visitors? It appears ‘Visit London’ is on hold until the transport and health ministries agree on the way forward. Boris Johnson’s ‘now or never’ announcement makes sense when you consider the devastating effect […]

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Features

Reviews

Rooftop Dining: Coq d’Argent (Restaurant)
Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

The blazing British summer and Covid cautions make rooftop dining in the open air much more desirable. The Coq d’Argent in Bank is a French restaurant that is a class above the rest in that department. The summer weather will, no doubt, encourage British diners to try outdoor dining and help support the UK hospitality […]

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People

  • Liv Austen Window Shopping
    Hot Tunes: Liv Austen’s Window Shopping
    Posted in: Concerts & Gigs, Features, People

    Norwegian-born singer-songwriter Liv Austen arrived in the UK in 2010 and soon found her voice as one of the hottest properties on the ever-expanding British country music scene. She’s become a key part of that explosion, but has the pop sensibility to cross over to the widest possible audience. The rave reviews that greet Austen’s […]

  • DragWorld London 2018
    The Return of Drag Queens: DragWorld London 2018
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights, People, Unused

    DragWorld, Europe’s largest Drag Convention returns to the UK after last year’s successful debut in London, where 11,000 tickets were sold and fans from as far as Australia, United Arab Emirates, USA and Japan all flocked in for the popular Drag experience. Set in London’s Olympia Convention Hall, DragWorld gets ready to welcome over 15,000 avid hardcore fans and […]

  • Theresa May: Summer 2018 Round Up
    Posted in: Features, People

    LEADING City of London finance and law spokesperson Barney Reynolds recently called for Theresa May to rethink her Brexit strategy, fearful of the impact it will have on one of the world’s largest financial centres. May 2018 has brought to a head a number of contentious political issues that have called the PM to account […]

  • T U R Y A Nicki Wells
    T U R Y A’s Ocean
    Posted in: Concerts & Gigs, Features, People

    London, England. After the consecutive successes of T U R Y A’s singles ‘Rain’, ‘Falling’ and the recent hit ‘Cry Me Out’, the gifted singer, songwriter and composer releases her hugely anticipated debut album ‘Ocean’ on 20th July 2018. To celebrate the launch, the captivating singer will perform an intimate gig at London’s St Pancras Old Church […]

  • From Rock Musician to Horror Film Composer, Danny Jackson Tackles a ‘Blackout’ Thriller
    Posted in: Concerts & Gigs, Drama & Theatre, Features, Movies & TV Shows, People

    SOUND MAESTRO Danny Jackson is more used to taking the stage at rock gigs as lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for experimental rock band Vali Ohm but in recent years he has switched his sound and music skills to the film industry as a boom operator, sound editor and film score composer. He has now […]

  • National Wordsmith Day
    Posted in: Features, People

    TODAY is National Wordsmith Day. Not convinced? Well with good reason, because it’s also National Paranormal Day, National Chocolate Custard Day, National Lumpy Rug Day and National Two Different Coloured Shoes Day (these are all actual national days, by the way). Let’s give the chocolate custard and lumpy rugs a miss and have a look […]

  • April 25: Birthdate of Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell
    Posted in: Features, People

    TODAY’S date has special significance for Westminster, London and, indeed, the whole of the UK as it is the birthdate of Oliver Cromwell. His statue is the most prominent of those around Parliament and its entrance at Cromwell Green is also named after him. History marks him as a man to be equally reviled and […]

  • The Impact of Refurbishment in Raising the Valuation of a Property: Ash Chawla
    Posted in: Editorial, Features, People, Videos

    The decision of whether or not to refurbish an existing property is a dilemma faced across the board by public and private sector concerns as well as homeowners. A recent refurbishment of a Marylebone penthouse increased the valuation of the property by £850,000. The man behind it is the young, dynamic, stylish architect, interior designer […]

  • 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.