Early on Monday morning, Greenpeace protestors moved into position on the BP Headquarters in central London, blocking all 5 entrances and shutting down the office. Calum was there on the scene to find out what happened next and why?
We chat to Abi Gilchrist, lead singer of popular vintage band Miss Kiddy & the Cads. Mum-of-two Abi studied at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and was a classical singer before starting Miss Kiddy with husband, composer Ross Power. How did Miss Kiddy & the Cads get together? Miss Kiddy and the Cads was […]
WHAT’S HOT LONDON? magazine has introduced it’s first priced edition! The magazine sets out to give value by providing curated high quality editorial content in the form of news, features, reviews and articles reflecting London city and society which is deserving of a pricing which marks out that value. Impressive readership stats have also convinced […]
What’s Hot London? magazine is free and the December issue is now available for pick up at one of these distribution areas outside London zone 1 -2 tube stations. Magazine available at these distribution points today: Camden Town High Street Kensington Soho/Tottenham Court Rd 1.00pm Oxford Circus Piccadilly Leicester Square Westminster London Bridge Shoreditch Schedule […]
What’s Hot London? magazine has extended its distribution to new outlets all over London and also introduced a home delivery subscription service. Yes, for just £1.99 to cover mailing charges you can receive a copy every month, as long as you live in the UK. In this issue you can expect interviews with the cream […]
WHAT’S HOT LONDON? MAGAZINE is extending its distribution into the City with the September issue available at selected pick up points in the City’s financial centre. So if you’ve missed our latest copy while out about in London you could try Canary Wharf, Cheapside or Liverpool Street where you just might come across our familiar […]
WHAT’S HOT LONDON?’S print edition launch took place at the Piccadilly Institute over the weekend. Editor Eddie Saint-Jean joined writers, staff, friends and supporters in toasting the inaugural June issue and were handed the first copies which featured an unmissable cover photo of a gold-painted and costumed street performer who has a designated spot as […]