The L.E.G artist collective has created a sound and light installation called Capsule 4, which is a sensory experience that heightens the emotions in an immersive environment. They invite you to step into one of their (seemingly) neon-lit cages, put on a pair of headphones and take on the Capsule 4 experience. Eddie Saint-Jean, arts […]
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 […]
MARCH is a month with a focus on women. International Women’s Day on March 8th, Mother’s Day on March 11th and, of course, it’s Women’s History Month. What’s Hot London? magazine’s Eddie Saint-Jean interviewed a number of women artists about their work. All recently exhibited at the Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green. This included the Denise […]
WHAT’S HOT LONDON? magazine gives you a 30 second glimpse of a few theatres on and around Shaftesbury Avenue, Britain’s answer to Broadway. Built in 1886 and named after the 8th Earl of Shaftesbury, this West End street is certainly the heart of Theatreland, with the Lyric, Gielgud and Apollo some of the cheek by […]
WHAT’S HOT LONDON? magazine is out and about capturing the craziness that makes our capital city great! We catch an open air barber at work. His salon is the whole of Trafalgar Square! Not bad business space if you can get it. Remember what they say – Location, Location, Location!
What’s Hot London? is literally reaching for the skies with an upcoming inflight printed edition of its online magazine and to make this happen we have set up a crowdfunding campaign that kicks off on Thursday 12th January 2017. What’s Hot London? with its fun, flirty rhetoric has been putting the spotlight on all that’s overlooked by […]
May 3 marks the death anniversary of poet, writer and playwright William Shakespeare. Shakespeare 400 commemorating four centuries since his death saw celebrations kicking off in Spring across London from Shakespeare themed displays, pop-up performances and special shows amidst all things Shakespearean. A series of short film projections all along the Thames on his birthday […]