• Short Stories
    Tom didn’t care his younger brother and sisters were looking for him in the …
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  • Diary
    Chelsea in Bloom returns on Monday 25 May for another week of floral beauty around Chelsea. …
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  • Eating & Drinking
    I remember a questionnaire going round about the future of Pavilion Road. This now picturesque …
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  • Little Black Jacket at Saatchi Gallery

    Yesterday I popped into the Little Black Jacket exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery and I do have to say, go see it! Whilst you may have seen a few photos in the press or online, nothing makes up for the…

    Don’t Miss in June

    1. Renowned film director Mike Figgis will be signing copies of  his photo book ‘The 4 Dreams of Miss X’ on 25 June from 12-1pm, at The Little Black Gallery. MIKE FIGGIS: Kate & Other Women exhibition will run from 22…

    Sex, Drugstores and Rock & Roll: A History of the King’s Road

    Last night’s launch party for Sex Drugstores and Rock & Roll at Proud Chelsea was so much fun. As the champagne and beer flowed, so did the music and some dancing. Both floors were packed. People spilled out onto the streets…

    Fifty Years of the Ballet at Proud Chelsea

    *UPDATE: Congratulations to Natalie Portman for winning the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her part in Black Swan. Her best role to date!* It’s the countdown to the 83rd Oscars and I’m crossing my fingers for Black…

    What’s new in 2011?

    A few things I’m looking forward to on King’s Road in 2011: 1. Reopening of Picasso This King’s Road institution has been transformed from an Italian coffee shop into a cafe/bar/restaurant and it is looking decidedly swish through the glass doors. The feel of a…

    Pre-Christmas MOT

    Whilst King’s Road is in full festive swing with its gorgeous lights and Christmas trees, last week was time to put myself in for a pre-Christmas MOT. So I booked myself in for a Kiehl’s facial, perfectly timed but not…

    A Legend Called Hendrix

    Yesterday, I popped into Proud Chelsea on the King’s Road to catch Can You See Me? A Life Through A Lens…, the Jimi Hendrix exhibition, before it ended today. When I was 16 I had met Hendrix’s bass player Noel…


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