The Londoness


Born in Paris.

Made in London.

Teller of London Tales.

Afternoon Tea Buttery Café Burgh House Hampstead

Afternoon Tea at Burgh House

Burgh House in Hampstead may not be on everyone’s radar, but it should be. It’s one of London’s darling house museums, and it’s a de-lovely place to have Afternoon Tea. The Autumn ‘what’s on diary’ is bursting with music recitals, wine and cheese tastings, Halloween and Christmas events and much more. It’s also an art…

Degas, Drawn in Colour, Burrell Collection, National Gallery

Dancing with Degas

Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas liked to draw women. He dabbled with horses as well, but really, it was the women that grabbed his voyeuristic attention, often of the dancing or bathing variety. These ethereal damsels are the subject of an exhibition opening on the 20th September at the National Gallery, a collection of thirteen paintings, pastels and…

GoBoat, Little Venice, Paddington, London canals, Regent’s Park, canal boats

Merrily we Cruise Along

I always think of Little Venice as the Montmartre of London. It’s picturesque, bohemian, eclectic and soulful. Little Venice is wedged between Paddington’s high rises and grungy Camden, and it neighbours majestic Regent’s Park and London Zoo. And what better way to see all these London gems than by canal, or, to be more specific,…