Highlights

The Art of Isolation exhibition. Covid-19 themed.
The Art Of Isolation: Exhibiting The New Normal
Posted in: Highlights

A new exhibition at the Espacio Gallery in Shoreditch, London brings together the work of a selection of artists themed around the coronavirus pandemic. Eddie Saint-Jean, one of the exhibiting artists, visited the gallery before the opening to hand in his work to the curator and experience the new normal for artists, curators and galleries. […]

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Features

4 Tips for Buying Luxury Property in a Buyer’s Market
4 Tips for Buying Luxury Property in a Buyer’s Market
Posted in: Features, Places

Economic downturns usually mean that the housing market will turn in favour of buyers. While housing markets seem to be resilient, this might only be a lure. The Centre for Economics and Business Research, a leading consultancy organisation based in London, expects house prices to fall by around 13.8% next year, and that’s one of […]

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Reviews

Theatre And The New Normal
Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Drama & Theatre, Events & Festivals, Food & Dining, Reviews

The UK’s second lockdown threatened to decimate an already rocky theatre sector. It was amongst the worst affected by the restrictions of the pandemic, because of the need for tightly packed audiences in both the Fringe and West End to ensure financial viability. A few days after the ending of second lockdown, arts and culture […]

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Restaurant

  • The Poynter Room, The V&A, museums dining
    Did You Know the World’s First Museum Restaurant Is in the V&A?
    Posted in: Features, Food & Dining, Galleries & Museums

    With over 2.27 million objects, the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington is recognised as a world leader in collections of applied and decorative arts and design, but did you know it also has the world’s first museum restaurant? Its three opulently decorated Victorian ‘Refreshment Rooms’ were built in the 1850s and 60s, timed to […]

  • Marco Pierre White Steakhouse (Restaurant review)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    There are only three Marco Pierre White Steakhouses in existence and you’ll find the first of these to open tucked away on Middlesex Road just a few minutes from Liverpool Street station. In operation since 2008, it is an award-winning restaurant with its pièce de résistance steak similarly decorated for being a class above the […]

  • Feast Bar (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Food & Dining, Reviews

    A Feast of Dining Options in White City The Incipio Group have made it their mission to put White City on the map as the capital’s premier location for bars and restaurants with a difference. The drinking and dining specialists behind the bespoke Pergola on the Roof eatery in Wood Lane have struck again with […]

  • Boisdale of Mayfair (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    It’s the Boisdale connection with jazz music which has proved such an irresistible pull for admirers of the cool bluesy vibe as you tuck into their traditional British meals or kick back against the Whisky Bar or Cigar Terrace. This reputation is elevated by having Jools Holland as their Patron of Music – but that’s […]

  • The Yacht London (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    With the first few weeks of spring and the midday sun making even the Thames sparkle, river restaurants will have that seasonal pull on London diners and tourists alike. The Yacht London, a 1927 luxury steamship yacht, has retained its elegant, deco charm despite the recent £1million makeover that is immediately noticeable as you approach […]

  • EC Clubhouse
    Earlham Street Clubhouse
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    Have you ever found a place so ridiculously, insanely out of this world cool that you simply had to shout it out from the rooftops so the whole world could know about it? Earlham Street Clubhouse is basement bar and restaurant in Covent Garden serving up NYC style pizzas and cocktails in red solo cups […]