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We chat to flamboyant performer Beatrix Carlotta ahead of her Egg Ldn performance on Saturday 16th Picture
We chat to flamboyant performer Beatrix Carlotta ahead of her Egg Ldn performance on Saturday 16th

At Egg Ldn, she'll present macabre interpretations of sexuality and sentiment... why not?!

The best things in London...

Private members clubs you don't actually have to be a member of! Picture
Private members clubs you don't actually have to be a member of!

If you want to steer clear of the riff-raff but don't want to be tied to the memberships of a handful of clubs, then take a look at these venues where you can just dip in and out.

The Ultimate Restaurant List

The Ledbury is crowned London’s Ultimate Restaurant for a fourth year Picture
The Ledbury is crowned London’s Ultimate Restaurant for a fourth year

The 2 Michelin star, Notting Hill restaurant adds yet another trophy to the already heaving award shelf, for an incredible fourth year on the trot.

We meet craft beer specialist, James Hickson Picture
We meet craft beer specialist, James Hickson

A million miles away from the corny Fosters and Carling blokey ads...

Flash Sale: up to 44% off Billy Elliot tickets Picture
Flash Sale: up to 44% off Billy Elliot tickets

Set in a northern mining town against the background of the 1984/85 miners’ strike, Billy Elliot is the inspirational story of a young boy’s struggle against the odds to make his dreams come true. Tickets now from just £25.

Miss You Already Picture
Miss You Already

Sometimes it's good to let the boo-hoos out, so we like to catch a weepy once in a while and Missing You Already is as good as any. Two life-long friends hit a rough patch in their relationship as one of them receives life altering news. Tissues, please.
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BLOG Stars donate headwear for Woolly Hat Day, taking place this January

Woolly Hat Day is back on Friday 29 January 2016 - so get your hat on to help homeless people get ahead! Sir Bradley Wiggins, Brian May, Emilia Fox, Lewis Hamilton and Alan Shearer among stars to auction their best loved hats for Woolly Hat Day 2...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 26th of January 2016
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BLOG Stars donate headwear for Woolly Hat Day, taking place this January

Woolly Hat Day is back on Friday 29 January 2016 - so get your hat on to help homeless people get ahead! Sir Bradley Wiggins, Brian May, Emilia Fox, Lewis Hamilton and Alan Shearer among stars to auction their best loved hats for Woolly Hat Day 2...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 26th of January 2016
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BLOG Crossing the River: A Guide to Making the Journey South

After eleven years living in a combination of Whitechapel and Hackney Central, 2015 became the year that my wife and I upped sticks and expanded our horizons with a move to the ‘deep, dark south’. While I was never one for making too much of the so c...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Monday 25th of January 2016
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BLOG Crossing the River: A Guide to Making the Journey South

After eleven years living in a combination of Whitechapel and Hackney Central, 2015 became the year that my wife and I upped sticks and expanded our horizons with a move to the ‘deep, dark south’. While I was never one for making too much of the so c...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Monday 25th of January 2016
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BLOG Best Foot Forward

Hard though it may be to believe, there's only nine weeks until springtime officially kicks in. Though I for one will undoubtedly be shod in my trusty Clarks winter boots until then (I detest having cold toes...) there's no shame in the early bird ca...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Monday 25th of January 2016
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BLOG Best Foot Forward

Hard though it may be to believe, there's only nine weeks until springtime officially kicks in. Though I for one will undoubtedly be shod in my trusty Clarks winter boots until then (I detest having cold toes...) there's no shame in the early bird ca...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Monday 25th of January 2016
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BLOG Fashion Find of the Week...

What does one wear to a winter wedding? A perpetual problem, especially when one has as many weddings in the diary as I do. Alas, only two this year, followed by two in for 2017 already, though nothing will top 2014 with its seven in seven months... ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 24th of January 2016
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BLOG Fashion Find of the Week...

What does one wear to a winter wedding? A perpetual problem, especially when one has as many weddings in the diary as I do. Alas, only two this year, followed by two in for 2017 already, though nothing will top 2014 with its seven in seven months... ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 24th of January 2016
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BLOG Weekending in the West, Part One: Homewood Park Hotel & Spa

It's a truth universally acknowledged that those in possession of a London lifestyle must be in want of a break. I love my city, but at times one needs a brief getaway to relax, unwind and recharge the batteries. While the options for weekend getaway...read more
Posted by: A Londoner Travels on Saturday 23rd of January 2016
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BLOG Weekending in the West, Part One: Homewood Park Hotel & Spa

It's a truth universally acknowledged that those in possession of a London lifestyle must be in want of a break. I love my city, but at times one needs a brief getaway to relax, unwind and recharge the batteries. While the options for weekend getaway...read more
Posted by: A Londoner Travels on Saturday 23rd of January 2016
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BLOG Should London have gated communities?

Brixton, Bow and Isle of Dogs used to be known for high crime rates and poverty, but thanks to the wonders of gentrification their reputation has changed. Part of this is thanks to gated communities - clusters of luxury flats behind shiny metal g...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Thursday 21st of January 2016
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BLOG Should London have gated communities?

Brixton, Bow and Isle of Dogs used to be known for high crime rates and poverty, but thanks to the wonders of gentrification their reputation has changed. Part of this is thanks to gated communities - clusters of luxury flats behind shiny metal g...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Thursday 21st of January 2016
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BLOG The Books of the Year 2015

It’s January, it’s finally cold, it’s time to get a new read with those book tokens you just got for Christmas. In what amounts to my best of 2015 reads – without limiting myself to books released last year – here is a list that you could do worse th...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 17th of January 2016
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BLOG The Books of the Year 2015

It’s January, it’s finally cold, it’s time to get a new read with those book tokens you just got for Christmas. In what amounts to my best of 2015 reads – without limiting myself to books released last year – here is a list that you could do worse th...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 17th of January 2016
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BLOG The Books of the Year 2015

It’s January, it’s finally cold, it’s time to get a new read with those book tokens you just got for Christmas. In what amounts to my best of 2015 reads – without limiting myself to books released last year – here is a list that you could do worse th...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 17th of January 2016
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BLOG Pop in for some ping pong at the Bat and Ball Westfield Stratford City

Ever since my twenty-something son had told me how much he enjoyed visiting a bar with ping pong tables in Central London a while back, I’ve been keen to experience it myself. The opportunity presented itself last night – the West End was gridlocked ...read more
Posted by: May B on Friday 15th of January 2016
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BLOG Pop in for some ping pong at the Bat and Ball Westfield Stratford City

Ever since my twenty-something son had told me how much he enjoyed visiting a bar with ping pong tables in Central London a while back, I’ve been keen to experience it myself. The opportunity presented itself last night – the West End was gridlocked ...read more
Posted by: May B on Friday 15th of January 2016
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BLOG Pop in for some ping pong at the Bat and Ball Westfield Stratford City

Ever since my twenty-something son had told me how much he enjoyed visiting a bar with ping pong tables in Central London a while back, I’ve been keen to experience it myself. The opportunity presented itself last night – the West End was gridlocked ...read more
Posted by: May B on Friday 15th of January 2016
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BLOG Sculpture in the City

When I’m working, I often race around our wonderful City with scarcely time to smell the coffee, let alone admire the architecture. But I was stopped in my tracks by some sculpture in the City yesterday. I was about to attend a meeting at the fabu...read more
Posted by: May B on Thursday 14th of January 2016
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BLOG Sculpture in the City

When I’m working, I often race around our wonderful City with scarcely time to smell the coffee, let alone admire the architecture. But I was stopped in my tracks by some sculpture in the City yesterday. I was about to attend a meeting at the fabu...read more
Posted by: May B on Thursday 14th of January 2016
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BLOG Sculpture in the City

When I’m working, I often race around our wonderful City with scarcely time to smell the coffee, let alone admire the architecture. But I was stopped in my tracks by some sculpture in the City yesterday. I was about to attend a meeting at the fabu...read more
Posted by: May B on Thursday 14th of January 2016
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NEWS London's best upcoming free events

The best things in life are free, so they say - so take a look at these great free events taking place in the capital over the next couple of months......read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 12th of January 2016
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NEWS London's best upcoming free events

The best things in life are free, so they say - so take a look at these great free events taking place in the capital over the next couple of months......read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 12th of January 2016
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NEWS London's best upcoming free events

The best things in life are free, so they say - so take a look at these great free events taking place in the capital over the next couple of months......read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 12th of January 2016
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NEWS Some events to cheer you up

The January Blues got you down? Here are some things for your calendar to look forward to......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 11th of January 2016
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NEWS Some events to cheer you up

The January Blues got you down? Here are some things for your calendar to look forward to......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 11th of January 2016
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NEWS Some events to cheer you up

The January Blues got you down? Here are some things for your calendar to look forward to......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 11th of January 2016
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BLOG Banning Rush Hour Lorries and Other Things

In November last year, London Assembly members unanimously agreed a motion to ban lorries during rush hour on London’s roads. Following a spate of cycling deaths in 2015 the decision couldn’t come soon enough. For the benefit of cyclists, pedestrians...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 10th of January 2016
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BLOG Banning Rush Hour Lorries and Other Things

In November last year, London Assembly members unanimously agreed a motion to ban lorries during rush hour on London’s roads. Following a spate of cycling deaths in 2015 the decision couldn’t come soon enough. For the benefit of cyclists, pedestrians...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 10th of January 2016
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BLOG Banning Rush Hour Lorries and Other Things

In November last year, London Assembly members unanimously agreed a motion to ban lorries during rush hour on London’s roads. Following a spate of cycling deaths in 2015 the decision couldn’t come soon enough. For the benefit of cyclists, pedestrians...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Sunday 10th of January 2016
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BLOG How much food do you throw away?

How many of us have thought about using unwanted pizza crusts to turn into croutons, or keeping broccoli stems to make vegetable stock? We throw away heaps of food unnecessarily – according to a study by the Waste and Resources Action Programme, Brit...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 8th of January 2016
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BLOG How much food do you throw away?

How many of us have thought about using unwanted pizza crusts to turn into croutons, or keeping broccoli stems to make vegetable stock? We throw away heaps of food unnecessarily – according to a study by the Waste and Resources Action Programme, Brit...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 8th of January 2016
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BLOG How much food do you throw away?

How many of us have thought about using unwanted pizza crusts to turn into croutons, or keeping broccoli stems to make vegetable stock? We throw away heaps of food unnecessarily – according to a study by the Waste and Resources Action Programme, Brit...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 8th of January 2016
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BLOG The Ultimate Cosy January Buy

Let's face it, January's tough. It's cold, everyone's skint, no one wants to be out when it's cold and they're skint, it's only going to get colder and we're only going to get skinter. Joy to the world. It is however the perfect excuse to stay in of ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Friday 8th of January 2016
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BLOG The Ultimate Cosy January Buy

Let's face it, January's tough. It's cold, everyone's skint, no one wants to be out when it's cold and they're skint, it's only going to get colder and we're only going to get skinter. Joy to the world. It is however the perfect excuse to stay in of ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Friday 8th of January 2016
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BLOG The Ultimate Cosy January Buy

Let's face it, January's tough. It's cold, everyone's skint, no one wants to be out when it's cold and they're skint, it's only going to get colder and we're only going to get skinter. Joy to the world. It is however the perfect excuse to stay in of ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Friday 8th of January 2016
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NEWS London's top foodie events and pop-ups

Can't bring yourself to put down the burger and start on the rabbit food? Us neither... so kick off the new year as the Food Gods intended with these food and drink events, ex...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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NEWS Be happy with yourself in 2016

We're programmed to loathe ourselves at the beginning of every January. There's really no need - but if you want to work on yourself a little bit, take a look at our guide......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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NEWS London's top foodie events and pop-ups

Can't bring yourself to put down the burger and start on the rabbit food? Us neither... so kick off the new year as the Food Gods intended with these food and drink events, ex...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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NEWS Be happy with yourself in 2016

We're programmed to loathe ourselves at the beginning of every January. There's really no need - but if you want to work on yourself a little bit, take a look at our guide......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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NEWS London's top foodie events and pop-ups

Can't bring yourself to put down the burger and start on the rabbit food? Us neither... so kick off the new year as the Food Gods intended with these food and drink events, ex...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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NEWS Be happy with yourself in 2016

We're programmed to loathe ourselves at the beginning of every January. There's really no need - but if you want to work on yourself a little bit, take a look at our guide......read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 4th of January 2016
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BLOG Get Fresh-Faced With Askinology

There’s a new breed of facial in town for time-poor Londoners courtesy of Leadenhall Market’s Askinology. The newly-opened Facial Bar, the first of its kind, offers an unrivalled menu of 30 minute facials (£45) focusing on common skin complaints, wit...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 3rd of January 2016
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BLOG Get Fresh-Faced With Askinology

There’s a new breed of facial in town for time-poor Londoners courtesy of Leadenhall Market’s Askinology. The newly-opened Facial Bar, the first of its kind, offers an unrivalled menu of 30 minute facials (£45) focusing on common skin complaints, wit...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 3rd of January 2016
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BLOG Get Fresh-Faced With Askinology

There’s a new breed of facial in town for time-poor Londoners courtesy of Leadenhall Market’s Askinology. The newly-opened Facial Bar, the first of its kind, offers an unrivalled menu of 30 minute facials (£45) focusing on common skin complaints, wit...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 3rd of January 2016
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BLOG A Winter Wellness Retreat at The Alpina Gstaad

Ah, January. The month of chills, drizzle, vegetables and no alcohol. Joy to the world. If the thought of the long weeks of winter stretching ahead of us makes you want to hibernate, now is the perfect time to indulge in a New Year’s retreat at one o...read more
Posted by: A Londoner Travels on Saturday 2nd of January 2016
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BLOG A Winter Wellness Retreat at The Alpina Gstaad

Ah, January. The month of chills, drizzle, vegetables and no alcohol. Joy to the world. If the thought of the long weeks of winter stretching ahead of us makes you want to hibernate, now is the perfect time to indulge in a New Year’s retreat at one o...read more
Posted by: A Londoner Travels on Saturday 2nd of January 2016
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BLOG A Winter Wellness Retreat at The Alpina Gstaad

Ah, January. The month of chills, drizzle, vegetables and no alcohol. Joy to the world. If the thought of the long weeks of winter stretching ahead of us makes you want to hibernate, now is the perfect time to indulge in a New Year’s retreat at one o...read more
Posted by: A Londoner Travels on Saturday 2nd of January 2016
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BLOG Five Favourite Fragrances (For If Santa Got It Wrong...)

I’m sure perfume had a place under many a tree this week, but what to do if Santa got it a tad wrong? If you’ve been left lacking this Christmas it’s the perfect excuse to treat yourself to one of these scentsational fragrances instead… Since its ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Five Favourite Fragrances (For If Santa Got It Wrong...)

I’m sure perfume had a place under many a tree this week, but what to do if Santa got it a tad wrong? If you’ve been left lacking this Christmas it’s the perfect excuse to treat yourself to one of these scentsational fragrances instead… Since its ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Five Favourite Fragrances (For If Santa Got It Wrong...)

I’m sure perfume had a place under many a tree this week, but what to do if Santa got it a tad wrong? If you’ve been left lacking this Christmas it’s the perfect excuse to treat yourself to one of these scentsational fragrances instead… Since its ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Your Hangover's Little Helper

NYE is just around the corner and while beginning a new year with a hangover may not be the ideal situation, it's something of an inevitability. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's discovered my hangovers have certainly been getting worse with age an...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Your Hangover's Little Helper

NYE is just around the corner and while beginning a new year with a hangover may not be the ideal situation, it's something of an inevitability. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's discovered my hangovers have certainly been getting worse with age an...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Your Hangover's Little Helper

NYE is just around the corner and while beginning a new year with a hangover may not be the ideal situation, it's something of an inevitability. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's discovered my hangovers have certainly been getting worse with age an...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Sunday 27th of December 2015
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BLOG Get Set For The Sales

While the thought of physically leaving the house on Boxing Day and partaking in the inevitable hell-on-earth that is the sales leaves me feeling physically ill, that's not to say I don't have a list of websites bookmarked ready to hit from the comfo...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Wednesday 23rd of December 2015
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BLOG Get Set For The Sales

While the thought of physically leaving the house on Boxing Day and partaking in the inevitable hell-on-earth that is the sales leaves me feeling physically ill, that's not to say I don't have a list of websites bookmarked ready to hit from the comfo...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Wednesday 23rd of December 2015
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BLOG Get Set For The Sales

While the thought of physically leaving the house on Boxing Day and partaking in the inevitable hell-on-earth that is the sales leaves me feeling physically ill, that's not to say I don't have a list of websites bookmarked ready to hit from the comfo...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Wednesday 23rd of December 2015
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BLOG The Alternative Christmas Jumper

In our house, it's always been something of tradition to 'dress up' a bit on Christmas Day. When we were little it was a full on festive party dress (I'm looking forward to seeing what my niece is wearing this year...) but as we've grown up it's tone...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG The Alternative Christmas Jumper

In our house, it's always been something of tradition to 'dress up' a bit on Christmas Day. When we were little it was a full on festive party dress (I'm looking forward to seeing what my niece is wearing this year...) but as we've grown up it's tone...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG The Alternative Christmas Jumper

In our house, it's always been something of tradition to 'dress up' a bit on Christmas Day. When we were little it was a full on festive party dress (I'm looking forward to seeing what my niece is wearing this year...) but as we've grown up it's tone...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG Pull a Beauty Cracker This Christmas

With two days (well, two and a half if you count Christmas Eve...) left to complete your Christmas shopping, this year's slew of beauty crackers should be on your radar. Some of the big guns (Jo Malone...) are sold out already, but if you're hitting ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG Pull a Beauty Cracker This Christmas

With two days (well, two and a half if you count Christmas Eve...) left to complete your Christmas shopping, this year's slew of beauty crackers should be on your radar. Some of the big guns (Jo Malone...) are sold out already, but if you're hitting ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG Pull a Beauty Cracker This Christmas

With two days (well, two and a half if you count Christmas Eve...) left to complete your Christmas shopping, this year's slew of beauty crackers should be on your radar. Some of the big guns (Jo Malone...) are sold out already, but if you're hitting ...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
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BLOG Does charity begin at the shops?

Christmas is the season to buy buy buy! We’re all wise to the fact that at this time of year shops fall over themselves to create special festive products and add kudos to their brands by endorsing charities. First there’s the good old fashioned ...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 18th of December 2015
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BLOG Does charity begin at the shops?

Christmas is the season to buy buy buy! We’re all wise to the fact that at this time of year shops fall over themselves to create special festive products and add kudos to their brands by endorsing charities. First there’s the good old fashioned ...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 18th of December 2015
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BLOG Does charity begin at the shops?

Christmas is the season to buy buy buy! We’re all wise to the fact that at this time of year shops fall over themselves to create special festive products and add kudos to their brands by endorsing charities. First there’s the good old fashioned ...read more
Posted by: We Are London on Friday 18th of December 2015
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BLOG Fun and exhilaration at Go Ape Battersea

“Live life adventurously” is how the new Go Ape tree top adventure at Battersea Park advertises itself. So if you are an outdoors type with action-oriented small people this could be the answer to your prayers. When I booked a trip for myself and my ...read more
Posted by: KimT on Friday 18th of December 2015
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BLOG Atterley's Christmas Pop Up

If one is in need of a wardrobe update this season - or a little reward after Christmas shopping - head East this week to catch Atterley's Spitalfields pop up before it closes its doors this Sunday. Their first since they re-launched in June, the...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Wednesday 16th of December 2015
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BLOG The Christmas Day Sleigh, Sorry, BIKE Ride

“Wooooooooooh!!!!!” Hear that? That’s me whooping at the stocking that’s at the end of my bed on Christmas morning. Stockings are a tradition that has survived childhood and continued into adulthood and I’ll never give them up – even if I have to fil...read more
Posted by: T.A.O on Wednesday 16th of December 2015
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BLOG Susan Caplan Launches First Collection

The Queen of vintage jewellery Susan Caplan has launched her very first own-label collection. Inspired by Scandinavian design and modernism, as well as iconic seventies jewellery collections, the sleek and wearable line is handmade in the UK with...read more
Posted by: Laurel on Tuesday 15th of December 2015
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BLOG Open fire, sparkly lights and lots and lots of dogs at The White Swan, Richmond

We’d been out to dinner in busy Richmond town centre on a Friday night and whilst all the noise and jollity was fun, we wanted somewhere a little quieter to end our evening. So we wandered across Richmond Green and out towards the river along Old ...read more
Posted by: London DogBlog on Monday 14th of December 2015
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BLOG Dog-friendly Richmond Hill Bakery

It was time for a catch-up chat with my good friend who is the owner of the gorgeous Maltese dog Muffin as Alfie the Chihuahua was keen to re-connect. But where to go on a grey, cold Saturday? We didn’t want to be banished outside. So we ventured...read more
Posted by: London DogBlog on Monday 14th of December 2015
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NEWS Where to see Santa this Christmas

Whether he's in a grotto, on a husky-powered sleigh, in a speedboat or diving amongst sharks - the Big Guy in Red is making loads of appearances around London this Christmas. ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 1st of December 2015
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NEWS Where to see Santa this Christmas

Whether he's in a grotto, on a husky-powered sleigh, in a speedboat or diving amongst sharks - the Big Guy in Red is making loads of appearances around London this Christmas. ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 1st of December 2015
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NEWS Where to see Santa this Christmas

Whether he's in a grotto, on a husky-powered sleigh, in a speedboat or diving amongst sharks - the Big Guy in Red is making loads of appearances around London this Christmas. ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 1st of December 2015
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NEWS Quirky Christmas events in London

As if Christmas isn't fun enough already - we've tracked down some of the season's best-loved and daftest goings on......read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 20th of November 2015
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NEWS Quirky Christmas events in London

As if Christmas isn't fun enough already - we've tracked down some of the season's best-loved and daftest goings on......read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 20th of November 2015
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NEWS Quirky Christmas events in London

As if Christmas isn't fun enough already - we've tracked down some of the season's best-loved and daftest goings on......read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 20th of November 2015
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NEWS London's Christmas Lights Switch Ons

There's nothing like the sparkly, twinkly glory of Christmas Lights to put you in the mood for this magical season....read more
Posted by: All In London on Wednesday 4th of November 2015
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NEWS London's Christmas Lights Switch Ons

There's nothing like the sparkly, twinkly glory of Christmas Lights to put you in the mood for this magical season....read more
Posted by: All In London on Wednesday 4th of November 2015
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NEWS London's Christmas Lights Switch Ons

There's nothing like the sparkly, twinkly glory of Christmas Lights to put you in the mood for this magical season....read more
Posted by: All In London on Wednesday 4th of November 2015
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NEWS This Winter's Ice Rinks in London

It just doesn't feel like winter unless you're limping around, nursing a bruised derrière after an afternoon on the ice. London's ice rinks are open again, so you've got plent...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 12th of October 2015
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NEWS This Winter's Ice Rinks in London

It just doesn't feel like winter unless you're limping around, nursing a bruised derrière after an afternoon on the ice. London's ice rinks are open again, so you've got plent...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 12th of October 2015
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NEWS This Winter's Ice Rinks in London

It just doesn't feel like winter unless you're limping around, nursing a bruised derrière after an afternoon on the ice. London's ice rinks are open again, so you've got plent...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 12th of October 2015
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REVIEW Hop Vietnamese Reviewed 6/10

Finsbury Avenue Square is a new plaza in Broadgate which developers have described as “a mini urban oasis with seating and trees.” This seems like a misnomer as the next part of the sentence is “surrounded by office buildings occupied by UBS, ICAP, E...read more
Monday 31st of August 2015
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REVIEW Hop Vietnamese Reviewed 6/10

Finsbury Avenue Square is a new plaza in Broadgate which developers have described as “a mini urban oasis with seating and trees.” This seems like a misnomer as the next part of the sentence is “surrounded by office buildings occupied by UBS, ICAP, E...read more
Monday 31st of August 2015
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REVIEW Hop Vietnamese Reviewed 6/10

Finsbury Avenue Square is a new plaza in Broadgate which developers have described as “a mini urban oasis with seating and trees.” This seems like a misnomer as the next part of the sentence is “surrounded by office buildings occupied by UBS, ICAP, E...read more
Monday 31st of August 2015
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ARTICLE How to shoot a film in London

The latest action blockbuster to hit our screens is Survivor, a post-9/11 caper starring Milla Jovovich. She plays an American woman working for the US embassy in London who becomes a fugitive from the law and the target of Pierce Brosnan’s assassin....read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 9th of June 2015
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ARTICLE How to shoot a film in London

The latest action blockbuster to hit our screens is Survivor, a post-9/11 caper starring Milla Jovovich. She plays an American woman working for the US embassy in London who becomes a fugitive from the law and the target of Pierce Brosnan’s assassin....read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 9th of June 2015
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ARTICLE How to shoot a film in London

The latest action blockbuster to hit our screens is Survivor, a post-9/11 caper starring Milla Jovovich. She plays an American woman working for the US embassy in London who becomes a fugitive from the law and the target of Pierce Brosnan’s assassin....read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 9th of June 2015
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ARTICLE Best places to spend a warm day (or night)

Viewpoint Although it’s traditionally been known as a hub of transport and industry, King’s Cross is surrounded by a surprising amount of wildlife. A team of smart Finnish architects have designed Viewpoint, a typically Scandi-looking floating islan...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 19th of May 2015
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ARTICLE Best places to spend a warm day (or night)

Viewpoint Although it’s traditionally been known as a hub of transport and industry, King’s Cross is surrounded by a surprising amount of wildlife. A team of smart Finnish architects have designed Viewpoint, a typically Scandi-looking floating islan...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 19th of May 2015
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ARTICLE Best places to spend a warm day (or night)

Viewpoint Although it’s traditionally been known as a hub of transport and industry, King’s Cross is surrounded by a surprising amount of wildlife. A team of smart Finnish architects have designed Viewpoint, a typically Scandi-looking floating islan...read more
Posted by: All In London on Tuesday 19th of May 2015
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ARTICLE Our favourite London personalities

Cara Delevingne Model Cara Delevingne is everyone’s favourite model right now. It’s impossible to escape her – she’s on magazine covers and advertorials fronting campaigns for Chanel, Burberry and Mulberry; walking the catwalk for Topshop at Londo...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 6th of October 2014
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ARTICLE Our favourite London personalities

Cara Delevingne Model Cara Delevingne is everyone’s favourite model right now. It’s impossible to escape her – she’s on magazine covers and advertorials fronting campaigns for Chanel, Burberry and Mulberry; walking the catwalk for Topshop at Londo...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 6th of October 2014
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ARTICLE Our favourite London personalities

Cara Delevingne Model Cara Delevingne is everyone’s favourite model right now. It’s impossible to escape her – she’s on magazine covers and advertorials fronting campaigns for Chanel, Burberry and Mulberry; walking the catwalk for Topshop at Londo...read more
Posted by: All In London on Monday 6th of October 2014
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ARTICLE London’s best views

You may have noticed that London is becoming more and more like New York - just look at the number of diners and burger joints that have opened in the last couple of years. The city is also becoming home to a large amount of skyscrapers. Whether you ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Thursday 28th of August 2014
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ARTICLE London’s best views

You may have noticed that London is becoming more and more like New York - just look at the number of diners and burger joints that have opened in the last couple of years. The city is also becoming home to a large amount of skyscrapers. Whether you ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Thursday 28th of August 2014
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ARTICLE London’s best views

You may have noticed that London is becoming more and more like New York - just look at the number of diners and burger joints that have opened in the last couple of years. The city is also becoming home to a large amount of skyscrapers. Whether you ...read more
Posted by: All In London on Thursday 28th of August 2014
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REVIEW Seven Park Place Reviewed 8/10

Seven South Place is the smallest Michelin-star restaurant in the UK but it is to be found in an imposingly large building, home to a suitably prestigious hotel (St James's Hotel & Club/). If this nineteenth-century edifice with its ornate turrets an...read more
Thursday 21st of August 2014
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REVIEW Seven Park Place Reviewed 8/10

Seven South Place is the smallest Michelin-star restaurant in the UK but it is to be found in an imposingly large building, home to a suitably prestigious hotel (St James's Hotel & Club/). If this nineteenth-century edifice with its ornate turrets an...read more
Thursday 21st of August 2014
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REVIEW Seven Park Place Reviewed 8/10

Seven South Place is the smallest Michelin-star restaurant in the UK but it is to be found in an imposingly large building, home to a suitably prestigious hotel (St James's Hotel & Club/). If this nineteenth-century edifice with its ornate turrets an...read more
Thursday 21st of August 2014
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ARTICLE The AIL List

Rodney P He’s the godfather of UK hip hop, having spearheaded British rap since the mid-80s, first as part of London Posse before going solo and collaborating with people as diverse as Bjork, Roni Size and Dub Pistols. He’s also politically outspoke...read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 8th of August 2014
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ARTICLE The AIL List

Rodney P He’s the godfather of UK hip hop, having spearheaded British rap since the mid-80s, first as part of London Posse before going solo and collaborating with people as diverse as Bjork, Roni Size and Dub Pistols. He’s also politically outspoke...read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 8th of August 2014
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ARTICLE The AIL List

Rodney P He’s the godfather of UK hip hop, having spearheaded British rap since the mid-80s, first as part of London Posse before going solo and collaborating with people as diverse as Bjork, Roni Size and Dub Pistols. He’s also politically outspoke...read more
Posted by: All In London on Friday 8th of August 2014
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REVIEW Typing Room Reviewed 8/10

Any new quality restaurant opening in Tower Hamlets – not in trendy Brick Lane but unglamorous Bethnal Green – is worthy of attention and when the food there is an outstanding as The Typing Room’s you best scoot across town asap and relish the experi...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Apero Reviewed 7/10

A restaurant in a basement is always suspect – subterranean, possibly claustrophobic, probably arches, bare brick – and Apero is not entirely innocent; a bit hard to find through the hotel and next to the spa but once you find the place, it’s a chee...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Typing Room Reviewed 8/10

Any new quality restaurant opening in Tower Hamlets – not in trendy Brick Lane but unglamorous Bethnal Green – is worthy of attention and when the food there is an outstanding as The Typing Room’s you best scoot across town asap and relish the experi...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Apero Reviewed 7/10

A restaurant in a basement is always suspect – subterranean, possibly claustrophobic, probably arches, bare brick – and Apero is not entirely innocent; a bit hard to find through the hotel and next to the spa but once you find the place, it’s a chee...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Typing Room Reviewed 8/10

Any new quality restaurant opening in Tower Hamlets – not in trendy Brick Lane but unglamorous Bethnal Green – is worthy of attention and when the food there is an outstanding as The Typing Room’s you best scoot across town asap and relish the experi...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Apero Reviewed 7/10

A restaurant in a basement is always suspect – subterranean, possibly claustrophobic, probably arches, bare brick – and Apero is not entirely innocent; a bit hard to find through the hotel and next to the spa but once you find the place, it’s a chee...read more
Monday 30th of June 2014
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REVIEW Mediterraneo Reviewed 7/10

Tired from walking around Portobello Market in the unexpected hot sunshine, we ventured into this corner (of Kensington Park Road) restaurant which has those window-walls from which a few tables and chairs had spilled onto the pavement and which made...read more
Monday 16th of June 2014
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REVIEW Mediterraneo Reviewed 7/10

Tired from walking around Portobello Market in the unexpected hot sunshine, we ventured into this corner (of Kensington Park Road) restaurant which has those window-walls from which a few tables and chairs had spilled onto the pavement and which made...read more
Monday 16th of June 2014
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REVIEW Mediterraneo Reviewed 7/10

Tired from walking around Portobello Market in the unexpected hot sunshine, we ventured into this corner (of Kensington Park Road) restaurant which has those window-walls from which a few tables and chairs had spilled onto the pavement and which made...read more
Monday 16th of June 2014
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REVIEW Belushi's Reviewed 7/10

London is no place for ‘backpackers’; it is expensive and lags behind the rest of Europe in providing the type of cheap accommodation that young travelers need to make their money stretch. However, one thing it does have is Belushi’s. The chain of yo...read more
Wednesday 4th of June 2014
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REVIEW Belushi's Reviewed 7/10

London is no place for ‘backpackers’; it is expensive and lags behind the rest of Europe in providing the type of cheap accommodation that young travelers need to make their money stretch. However, one thing it does have is Belushi’s. The chain of yo...read more
Wednesday 4th of June 2014
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REVIEW Belushi's Reviewed 7/10

London is no place for ‘backpackers’; it is expensive and lags behind the rest of Europe in providing the type of cheap accommodation that young travelers need to make their money stretch. However, one thing it does have is Belushi’s. The chain of yo...read more
Wednesday 4th of June 2014
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REVIEW Baranis Reviewed 8/10

Many years ago I worked on Chancery Lane and after a tough week we would escape into the depths of a former incarnation of Baranis. We loved the dark, cellar brick walls and hidden feel of the place and the intimacy of those cave-like private booths....read more
Thursday 8th of May 2014
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REVIEW Baranis Reviewed 8/10

Many years ago I worked on Chancery Lane and after a tough week we would escape into the depths of a former incarnation of Baranis. We loved the dark, cellar brick walls and hidden feel of the place and the intimacy of those cave-like private booths....read more
Thursday 8th of May 2014
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REVIEW Baranis Reviewed 8/10

Many years ago I worked on Chancery Lane and after a tough week we would escape into the depths of a former incarnation of Baranis. We loved the dark, cellar brick walls and hidden feel of the place and the intimacy of those cave-like private booths....read more
Thursday 8th of May 2014
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REVIEW Charlie Wright's Reviewed 8/10

The question on everybody’s lips: just who is Charlie Wright? Well, Charlie Wright was an old boxing hero from the 1940’s and a local hero in these parts. And since his name was the nickname given to this bar anyway, when they needed a fresh start ba...read more
Tuesday 22nd of April 2014
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REVIEW Charlie Wright's Reviewed 8/10

The question on everybody’s lips: just who is Charlie Wright? Well, Charlie Wright was an old boxing hero from the 1940’s and a local hero in these parts. And since his name was the nickname given to this bar anyway, when they needed a fresh start ba...read more
Tuesday 22nd of April 2014
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REVIEW Charlie Wright's Reviewed 8/10

The question on everybody’s lips: just who is Charlie Wright? Well, Charlie Wright was an old boxing hero from the 1940’s and a local hero in these parts. And since his name was the nickname given to this bar anyway, when they needed a fresh start ba...read more
Tuesday 22nd of April 2014
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REVIEW The Beaufort Bar Reviewed 9/10

For those that like to boast about their bar experiences, whether by old-fashioned word of mouth or new fangled Instagramming, the Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel will prove irresistible. Forget the history and the rumours of what famous patrons got ...read more
Friday 18th of April 2014
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REVIEW The Beaufort Bar Reviewed 9/10

For those that like to boast about their bar experiences, whether by old-fashioned word of mouth or new fangled Instagramming, the Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel will prove irresistible. Forget the history and the rumours of what famous patrons got ...read more
Friday 18th of April 2014
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REVIEW The Beaufort Bar Reviewed 9/10

For those that like to boast about their bar experiences, whether by old-fashioned word of mouth or new fangled Instagramming, the Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel will prove irresistible. Forget the history and the rumours of what famous patrons got ...read more
Friday 18th of April 2014
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REVIEW The Green Man Reviewed 8/10

It looks like a 1950’s greengrocer from the outside - complete with Covent-Garden-Flower-Market-esque alleyway alongside it - but this is no traditional pub relying on retro looks for its customers. The Green Man is a lively boozer in a sleepy part o...read more
Wednesday 16th of April 2014
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REVIEW The Green Man Reviewed 8/10

It looks like a 1950’s greengrocer from the outside - complete with Covent-Garden-Flower-Market-esque alleyway alongside it - but this is no traditional pub relying on retro looks for its customers. The Green Man is a lively boozer in a sleepy part o...read more
Wednesday 16th of April 2014
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REVIEW The Green Man Reviewed 8/10

It looks like a 1950’s greengrocer from the outside - complete with Covent-Garden-Flower-Market-esque alleyway alongside it - but this is no traditional pub relying on retro looks for its customers. The Green Man is a lively boozer in a sleepy part o...read more
Wednesday 16th of April 2014
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