• Destination Marketing
    The UK has been locked down and we’re living in unprecedented times. Bricks and …
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  • Chelsea Local
    There’s a lot of change taking place in Chelsea and while the area continues …
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  • Arts & Culture
    When I was 19 I went to Egypt on the back of spending a summer on …
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  • Anarchy in Knightsbridge

    As if cocking a snook at the surrounding glitz and glamour, I found this anarchic gem of a window by Gina on Sloane Street. Riffing on the iconic 1977 Jamie Reid “Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols” album cover,…

    What’s On in London This Weekend: 10th – 12th June 2016

    Euro 2016 begins this weekend in France whilst Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her 90th birthday with a street party and 10,000 guests on The Mall. With plenty happening are you wondering, what’s the best way to make the most of…

    The Crazy Golf Club called Swingers

    Last week I visited Swingers, a Crazy Golf Club located right next to the iconic Gherkin building in the City. I was with Steph who had kindly invited me and we were the guests of Venue Search London who have Swingers on…

    It’s Carnival Time at Chelsea In Bloom

    It’s that time of the year again when the stores of Chelsea come alive with floral displays that bring vibrance and character to the streets. That’s right, Chelsea In Bloom is back! And Monica Vinader’s gorgeous display (below) should give you an idea…

    The Ivy Chelsea Garden Gets Ready for RHS Chelsea Flower Show

    The Ivy Chelsea Garden are getting ready for RHS Chelsea Flower Show with their beautiful floral display, which is also getting me in the mood for next week’s Chelsea In Bloom. This display reminds of last year’s beautiful fairy tale…

    Afternoon Tea on Dalloway Terrace at The Bloomsbury Hotel

    I’ve always been a fan of The Bloomsbury Hotel and consider its bar and terrace undiscovered gems in the heart of London. Well, that’s what I thought a couple of years ago because since my last visit there have been…

    Great lunch and brow bar at A Wanted Man on King’s …

    When the first signs of A Wanted Man started to appear on the King’s Road I was intrigued. An espresso canteen was promising. After all, it’s not an easy task finding good coffee along King’s Road. So when I was…

    Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at Saatchi Gallery

    I’m not quite sure why it’s taken me so long to write this post especially as I visited Exhibitionism at Saatchi Gallery on the first day of its opening; at 11am, the first walk-in time slot. What’s more, I absolutely…

    Exploring Taschen and Dinner at Manicomio on Duke of York Square

    I love books. Books are my passion. I buy more than I can read and I still have so many yet to be opened from my days as a bookseller, as I worked my way through uni. and shortly after. So…


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