Hermès Wanderland at Saatchi Gallery

If you have any spare time between now and 2nd May 2015, I urge you to visit the Saatchi Gallery for an exhibition that is truly full of wonder and surprise. Hermès Wanderland is pure escapism whether you are an ardent…

Proud Chelsea Exhibition McQueen: Backstage – The Early Shows By Gary Wallis

The eagerly anticipated Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition opens at the V&A on Saturday and already the outstanding reviews are pouring in. So it’s no wonder, in anticipation of this exhibition, Alexander McQueen’s legacy is trending around London. On the…

Chelsea Theatre: Stacy Makishi’s Vesper Time

The latest SACRED season has kicked off at Chelsea Theatre and on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th, this King’s Road theatre sees the return of Stacy Makishi with her world premiere of VesperTime. What strikes me about VesperTime is the influences of…

Pradasphere at Harrods

This is a long overdue post and one that is still worth writing because there is still time to pop into Pradasphere at Harrods. But in case you don’t make it to the 4th floor of Harrods by May 29th…

Best Before End at the Chelsea Theatre

To mark World Theatre Day yesterday I went to see Best Before End at the Chelsea Theatre, which I found to be both mesmerising and full of quirky surprises. Best Before End is the London première of Curious theatre company’s latest…

Loughran Gallery arrives in Chelsea with new exhibition “Sprung”

Here is some exciting news for art fans in Chelsea! There is a new exhibition opening in SW3 which will bring exclusive works by Dave White, Jessica Zoob, Marc Quinn, Polly Morgan, Blek le Rat, Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst to…

Things to do in London this weekend: 1st & 2nd February 2014

1. Celebrate Chinese New Year at Yauatcha in Soho and whilst you’re there, have a look at the specially designed windows by Harvey Nichols. Every guest will also receive a special treat after their meal. You can find out more…

Things to do in London this weekend: 24th, 25th, 26th January 2014

1. Visit the Michelin-starred Chinese dim sum teahouse Yauatcha for lunch or afternoon tea. Not only to try the limited edition desserts: Red Macarons filled with mandarin ganache and mandarin pâte de fruit as well as the Red Petits Gateaux, which are jasmine…

Turner and the Thames in Chelsea

To commemorate the death of William Turner who died on 19th December 1851 at his home in Chelsea, Nika Garrett from My London Tours has written the first guest post on King’s Road Rocks. I met Nika recently at a…


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