Highlights

Article about Weekend of Wellness at Westfield Stratford
Summer Wellness Events In London – Top Tips
Posted in: Events & Festivals, Food & Dining, Highlights, Sports & Fitness

With the sunny seasons here in full effect (well, minus the odd British downpour), the desire to chill out and find inner peace becomes increasingly appealing. What’s Hot London? gives you the top tips for wellness and fitness in the capital. Westfield Wellness Weekend Westfield has partnered up with British Vogue to offer a Weekend of […]

Read More

Features

London’s Smallest Tube Station
Posted in: Features, Videos

Ever wondered which is London’s smallest Tube station? Could it be on the Jubilee Line? Or perhaps the on old Metropolitan Line? In fact, the smallest underground station isn’t in London at all! It’s at the Bekonscot Model Village and Railway. Located just outside London in the town of Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, Bekonscot Model Village & Railway is […]

Read More

Reviews

Bulbul Can Sing (Film)
Posted in: Events & Festivals, Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

The London Indian Film Festival is now in its 10th year, bringing South Asian filmmaking talent to the capital with red carpet events at renowned independent film centres such as BFI Southbank and the Barbican Cinema. London’s oldest cinema, the Phoenix, north London and Stratford Picturehouse, east London are also amongst the venues showcasing the […]

Read More

London

  • 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 […]

  • Claude Monet: Painting London
    Posted in: Features

    Claude Monet’s painting of the harbour at Le Havre Impression: Sunrise (1872) gave its name to the Impressionist movement which emerged in France, led by Monet, Renoir, Degas, and Cezanne. Art critic Louis Leroy poured scorn on a joint exhibition held by these four artists in 1874. However, his scathing attack and the title of his […]

  • London’s Five Oldest Shops
    Posted in: Features

    In the here today gone tomorrow world of Brexit Britain where an increasing number of shops are closing because of economic uncertainty, it’s warming to stumble across London shops that have survived for centuries and continue to thrive. Here are five of the oldest. 1567 The Old Curiosity Shop, 13-14 Portsmouth St, Holborn. Even beyond […]

  • The 2020 Vision of London as a Smart City
    Posted in: Highlights

    The race to make London a fully Smart City by 2020 When the ‘Smart’ word first entered our terminology during the digital age, it commonly described the technological capabilities and connectivity of our watches, wearables, and gadgets. Its meaning has taken on new power as our capital city embraces an era of artificial intelligence and […]

  • Woolly Mammoth Found in Ilford!
    Posted in: Galleries & Museums, Highlights

    A woolly mammoth skull that is! And that was back in 1864. London and its surrounding suburbs are teeming with fossils, bones and remains from the Prehistoric, Bronze and Iron Ages. Of the 108 dinosaur species unearthed in Britain, you’d be surprised at how many were found in and around the capital, this includes the […]

  • Halloween in London
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights

    While you’re out trick or treating look out for the October issue of What’s Hot London magazine packed with lots of themed events and club nights for your last minute plans on the last evening of the month. Our writers Demon Daz Fabulously Fetish & Macabre Halloween and Lynn Carratt Things to do This Halloween […]