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

Pop Art? Uncanny Art? Readymades? – all this and more at the Unity Exhibition, Candid Gallery, Islington
Posted in: Features, Galleries & Museums, Shows & Exhibitions

East London artist Eddie Saint-Jean works in moving image and photography and up until now most of his art has had underlying cinematic cultural references. But now in a slight departure from that style he has produced a new body of work which he describes as Un-ReadyMades. Eddie Saint-Jean with his photographic work ‘We’re All […]

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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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Events

  • RunThrough at the Olympic Park
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights

    Fancy yourself as a bit of an athlete? RunThrough organises middle distance races all over London for budding athletes and run enthusiasts. If you’re seeking to tackle 5k or10k runs for fitness or competition then this is for you. Its lowest priced £10 a race mile challenge also takes place at the inspiring and scenic […]

  • Hail Satan at The Sabbat Festival Exhibition
    Posted in: Events & Festivals

    The Sabbat Festival of Dark Arts exhibition is all things dark and taboo  with a touch of humour.  The forbidden (read evil and horrifying) practices and rituals from paganism, shamanism, witchcraft, wicca is what you are up for in this exhibition. Artwork reproduced from an old horror film Satanic Mojo 1972 AD stands out on […]

  • Ahoy! Sail Royal Greenwich Tall Ship Festival 2015
    Posted in: Highlights

    Sail Greenwich cruises will be back in London from August 27-31. Take note. These are no ordinary cruises. These are cruises in resplendent tall ships departing from Greenwich Heritage Centre and the Woolwich Royal Arsenal pier taking you past the magnificent sights on the banks of the Thames in Royal Greenwich. Tickets can be booked […]

  • International Pillow Fight Day at Trafalgar Square
    Posted in: Highlights

    The long Easter Holiday weekend saw hundreds of Londoners out on the streets at Trafalgar Square to participate in the International Pillow Fight Day on April 5. Scaterred fluffy remains from pillows filled up the roads as a result of pillow cuffs with some good cheer and laughter in the crowd. Although not a much […]

  • St Patty’s Day Parade at Trafalgar Square
    Posted in: Highlights

    London celebrated St Patrick’s Day this year on a Sunday, March 15 . The event was a resplendent parade of revelry showcasing the best of Irish culture, folklore, myths, food, costumes and dancing. The colourful parade had green as the dominant colour displayed in the Irish flag, in the symbol of shamrock, a 3 leaf […]