The Little Black Gallery’s launch at The Imperial Arms with Eat …

I’m so thrilled to be writing this post right now because I’m very excited about The Little Black Gallery‘s second home at The Imperial Arms. Tamara Beckwith and Ghislain Pascal have teamed up with Iain and Amelia Heggie to bring…

The Royal Portraits Exhibition at The Ritz

I visited the Marie Antoinette suite at The Ritz yesterday to have a look at The Royal Portraits exhibition. I also met its artist: the leading miniature portraitist Alexei Maximov who is the first Russian artist in history to have been given permission to…

Discovering Film Locations in Kensington & Chelsea

On Saturday, I joined Bikeminded‘s first Cycle Film Tour which has been launched as part of a series of themed cycle rides around The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. I’d been on a couple of Bikeminded’s rides before, which…

Visiting David Hockney’s Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts

When booking tickets for David Hockney’s exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts, the only tickets that seemed to be available were for Saturday nights. I’d left it relatively late to book but after last night, I’m so glad I…

Celebrating Rhea Thierstein’s Fabergé Egg at Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel

This is a bit of a cheat post because I wasn’t actually at this party on Thursday night. I was meant to be but I was a good girl and put worky commitments first. There’s so much to get done…

What’s Happening to the King’s Road?

I feel somewhat compelled to write this post because it woke me up in the middle of the night and it is something I clearly need to get off my chest. I guess I fell asleep with the niggling issue…

Favourite Places: Victoria & Albert Museum Courtyard

One of my favourite places in London is the Victoria & Albert Museum courtyard where the John Madejski Garden sits.   In the summer, bodies lie on the grass as children play in the fountains and visitors eat and drink…

Parallax Art Fair at Chelsea Town Hall

The Parallax Art Fair is the world’s largest curated international art fair with 200 artists on show and from 16th – 18th February 2012, it will be taking place along the King’s Road at the Chelsea Old Town Hall. Highlights…

Film: The Red Shoes at Curzon Chelsea

The Red Shoes comes to the King’s Road on Sunday 15th January at 11am when it shows at Curzon Chelsea. The 1948 film is loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale and is about a ballet dancer who is torn…


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