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Kids in London - Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
When I saw the trailer months ago I was excited – it looked like Valerian could be a classic like Avatar. I put the release date into my diary. S...
A Double Dose of New Skincare Favourites
Every so often a new skincare treat comes along that pushes your current regime aside. Well this month I've discovered two... I've become a big fan...
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Having thoroughly enjoyed the Black Cat Cabaret at Udderbelly in June (https://www.allinlondon.co.uk/blogs/showblog.php?post=3853), and being a fan of...
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Who uses a dog walker? There are lots of families where their dog is a member of the family (Research by MINTEL, questioning around 1,000 pet owner...
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A cheap and action packed day for the kids is on hand at The Design Museum and Holland Park. The nearest tube stations are Earl’s Court and Kensingt...
Dine in the banking glory of yesteryear in the heart of the City
This is just what the City of London needed. A fabulous new – well sort of – place where you can drink, dine and even relax in a spa. There are an...
A Visit To London's Brow Gurus
I was a relatively late bloomer when it comes to eyebrows, not quite realising until the ripe age of about 26 that, in fact, when done properly they ...
Ready for this jelly? K West Hotel Spa has a new Korean treat on the menu...
Having one's feet massaged with jelly might sound like a kinky fetish best left in the depths of Tinder, but it actually forms the basis for the lates...
Summer Suncare Sorted from Hawaiian Tropic
I love Hawaiian Tropic. Fact. I know some suncare snobs who are very particular about their brands, but this is one I come back to without fail year a...
Pawsecco – London’s first dedicated doggy bar
Pedigree pooch boutique Pet Pavilion has announced the launch of The Pet Pavilion Pawsecco Bar. London’s first dedicated doggy bar opened at its Che...
Marvellous Californian wine and great steaks at Smith & Wollensky, Embankment
I’ve passed this lively and impressive-looking restaurant in the Adelphi Building on Covent Garden Riverside (five minutes from Embankment and Chari...
One 10 Sets A New Pace in Marylebone
Marylebone has been stepping up its fitness game in recent years and Monday 10th July sees the addition of a new indoor cycling studio, One 10. The...
Date for the Diary: Neom's Scent Discovery Workshop at John Lewis
Wellbeing is the name of the game at John Lewis this July, as one of my favourite brands Neon Organics takes London's shoppers on a journey of scent d...
The world’s first ‘Smart Street’ opens on Bird Street
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The world’s first ‘Smart Street’ officially opens in London on Thursday 29th June on Bird Street, nestled in the heart of the West End. Bird Str...
Astonishingly innovative and passionate performance of Jane Eyre
At Richmond Theatre last night I witnessed the most accomplished, innovative and touching performance of Jane Eyre. I was truly moved by it and inspi...
“Bat out of Hell – The Musical” - Not a heavenly experience
I’m sure like many of my generation, this album defined your youth. It's one of THE biker albums. I loved it so much that I even ventured to see Mea...
Fun Dog Show in Twickenham – 10th June 2017
As part of the Twickenham Festival there will be a fun dog show on the riverside at Diamond Jubilee Gardens on Saturday 10th June. Registration is fro...
Saucy, seductive circus fun at Black Cat Cabaret (Underbelly Festival, South Bank)
There’s always something fun at the Underbelly Festival on the South Bank and this year is no exception. The Black Cat Cabaret comprises camp com...
Motown the Musical – For lovers of Motown
I know it’s been playing for a while but I was in a quandary about whether to go to Motown the Musical. You see, I adore Motown music and can’t...
Afternoon tea with an Asian Masterchef twist
I’ve had Afternoon Tea in a lot of places – top London establishments and beautiful stately homes a bit further afield. And yesterday I went along...
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