I started the week by checking out Jeremy Reed at Chelsea Theatre as part of their SACRED Season.

On Wednesday, I listened to David Byrne of Talking Heads fame in conversation with Matthew Herbert aka Doctor Rockit/Radio Boy/Wishmountain amongst other muso identities. The first question put to this duo was ‘Do we have enough music?’ The evening was an opportunity to indulge in a discussion about the state of today’s music industry, which was fascinating.

I attended a cocktail-making masterclass at Mahiki. But beforehand I sipped a couple of cocktails from the bar, including this Wiki Tiki delight. Yummy!

I finally managed to enjoy Sophie’s free breakfast offer this weekend, which ends on 4th November 2012. A tip: get there early because not only does it get very busy but the steak and chips breakfast also goes very quickly.

Spotted at Burlington Arcade: Pudsey in Theo Fennell’s window. Have you seen their limited edition bracelets for BBC Children In Need?

One of my fave documentaries is Banksy’s Exit Through The Gift Shop and I’m wondering if this is a piece of work by Space Invader in Soho. Anyone know?

Who, in Chelsea, hasn’t spotted the parrot man yet?

I love being a member of the V&A. Not only can you just walk into an exhibition by simply showing your membership card but you can also pop in over and over again, if you enjoyed the exhibition that much.

The Hollywood Costume exhibition was heaving on Saturday – and I’m keen to return. There’s plenty to take in and with the crowds, it wasn’t easy to read all the placards which contribute largely to the meaning of the costumes.

The Gourmet Burger Kitchen tomato sauce container always makes me smile. I love it. Yesterday, I grabbed a Classic Burger from the O2 branch whilst discovering that GBK are also still serving the Windsor Burger, which I wholly recommend.

Last night was Muse’s gig, which was amazing!! Laser lights, stunning visuals and rockstar performances – I wanted to see it all over again as it came to an end. Definitely going to see them again!

I took this photo whilst walking across Hungerford Bridge yesterday and as I watched a similar view whilst watching Skyfall earlier today, it made me feel lucky to be a Londoner. Urban paradise. ūüėČ

Here are my Top 5 of Don’t Miss in Chelsea during March!

1. Help for Heroes at Embargo 59 tonight (1st March 2012). For more info. on tonight and on Embargo’s St. Patrick’s party,¬†click here.

2.¬†Marco Glaviano: Supermodels¬†at¬†The Little Black Gallery. This is Glaviano’s first UK exhibition and it runs until 24th March 2012. Don’t miss it!

3. Jules Et. Jim at Curzon Chelsea at 10.15am on Sunday 4th March. Classic Nouvelle Vague and romance the French way, this is such a fabulous film! For details, click here.

4. Mother’s Day on 18th March, along the King’s Road.¬†Cocomaya¬†and The Botanist are both fabulous places for¬†Afternoon Tea.

5. If you’re a member of Virgin Active and are keen to enter the London Triathlon 2012 ballot. The deadline for entries is Friday 23rd March 2012.

Virgin has 50 places available to members and staff. The charity which Virgin Active will be supporting is Sparks: a charity which works to fund research into conditions affecting babes.  Here is the entry form. Good luck!

Wizard of Oz is coming to the King’s Road on Saturday 17th December at 2pm! It doesn’t matter how many times I’ve seen this movie and once on a home cinema screen, I’m not going to miss this screening. The entire film is a magical experience and to see it in the cinema would be to watch it as it was intended to be seen.

Here’s a clip from the film – it’s the part where we first see those gorgeous ruby slippers. Enjoy!

For more details on the Curzon Chelsea screening, click here.

1. Zoe Strimpel guests at The Barts Hendrick’s Book Club on 3rd August to discuss Love & Lust in Literature. Drink cocktails from tea pots in this prohibition styled bar as the book club takes place.

2. Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In will be showing at Curzon Chelsea, King’s¬†Road,¬†from 26th August. Can’t wait to watch Almodovar’s latest offering. It’s been too long.

3. Patagonia at Michael Hoppen Contemporary finishes on 27th August. I’ve yet to check this exhibition out but the word on the street is that it’s certainly a don’t miss.

4. South West Four Weekender on 27th and 28th August. Head across the river to Clapham Common for banging tunes and live music for London’s Electronic Music Festival. The great line up includes: Josh Wink, Laurent Garnier, TIGA and Judge Jules!

5. Notting Hill Carnival from 28th¬†to 29th August. Admittedly, the main reason I still go to the carnival is for Norman Jay’s Good Times sound system. So needless to say, I’m sad to hear that he won’t be playing this year. But if you haven’t had a chance to check out the carnival yet, it really is London’s biggest and best party; and it’s¬†free.