Highlights

The Art of Isolation exhibition. Covid-19 themed.
The Art Of Isolation: Exhibiting The New Normal
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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
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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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Trafalgar Square

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    Open Air Barber at Work in Trafalgar Square
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    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!

  • The Shortlist for Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth
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    As the shortlist for the fourth plinth in the square’s north-west corner gets underway, it’s interesting to chart the history of this public art space which has drawn much controversy because of the dominance of non-traditional and post-modern candidates. When architect Charles Barry designed the square in 1841 it was envisioned the plinth would hold […]