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Barbie On Your Bookshelf
There's a style tome like no other hitting the shelves next month and it's at the top of my shopping list. Drawing inspiration from the wardrobe o...
Kids in London – Dinosaur World show
I was cross with myself for missing the dinosaur fun at Jurassic Kingdom at Osterley Park over Easter. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/osterley-park-...
Avoid “free” walking tours in London – Pay an agreed price for a qualified guide
In a landmark ruling in the UK that will be keenly followed in many other tourist centres around the world, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ...
Here Comes the Bride
It's no secret that wedding dresses are a pricey business. While the likes of Suzanne Neville and Jenny Packham are the dream, most of us mere mortals...
Active April at Spitalfields Market
Summer bodies are made in spring and for the month of April, Old Spitalfields Market is being transformed into the city’s most unique workout space....
Eat, Sleep, Braid, Repeat
It's back! The Hersheson's Braid Bar has returned to Topshop for the summer months. HUZZAH! After the success of last year, the bar opened again ...
River views, modern architecture, live music and fab food at Chino Latino on the Albert Embankment
In what feels like a construction site of shiny tower blocks along the Albert Embankment, on the Southbank half way between Vauxhall and Waterloo trai...
Belly laughs at Ray Cooney’s “Out of order”
The starting premise is simple enough – a philandering Conservative minister (Richard Willey played by Andrew Hall) arranges to meet a married secre...
A marvellous performance by Jodie Prenger as Shirley Valentine
It’s hard to believe that Willy Russell’s one-woman-show Shirley Valentine was first performed 30 years ago. Along with his Educating Rita it rank...
Beauty at Home from Missbeez
The rise of beauty apps is nothing new, but there is a new player on the scene that you might want to download. Missbeez provides a marketplace of ...
A sumptuous extravaganza of sequins and feathers - La Cage aux Folles
Three hours of laughter and levity. From the moment the curtains went up on the sumptuous set with spectacular costumes for the iconic song “I am wh...
Thrilling murder mystery – Peter James’ “Not dead enough”
More twists and turns and dead ends than a country lane. And there was humour, tension and thrills thrown in for good measure. Some of the audience me...
London Dog Blog – All dogs welcome at The Shaftesbury, Kew Road
Friday night and we were looking for somewhere to eat while keeping an eye on the Six Nations rugby. Richmond town centre can be a bit of a zoo on Fri...
Step back in time to 1940s tea rooms in Kingston Town Square
I met my pal from Croydon at Kingston – we were searching for some fabrics for a special occasion and she is an expert. We started at John Lewis and...
My Holiday Shopping List
Ah, sunshine. I've all but forgotten what it is, but all that will change this Thursday as I shall be jetting south for a fortnight in Cape Town. I. ...
Deciem Gets London Bricks & Morter
Beauty aficionados can't ignore the fact that DECIEM has been causing something of a stir recently. The umbrella company seems to be hitting the prove...
Kids in London – Barnes Children’s Literature Festival 2017
Head South of the river on the weekend of 13th and 14th May as various venues on and around Barnes Pond will be hosting events for the Children’s Li...
Kids in London – Mother’s Day cake decorating at Fortnum & Mason
On Saturday 25th March (the day before Mothering Sunday) Fortnum & Mason – that fabulous store on Piccadilly – will be hosting cake decorating ses...
Fashion Find of the Week...
With spring finally on the horizon and a sunshine holiday coming up next week, I've finally clawing my way out of my grey wardrobe of winter and injec...
Date for the Diary: The New Scent of Somerset House
This summer will see a new exhibition open at Somerset House celebrating contemporary cult perfumes that are shaking up scent culture. Perfume: A S...
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