The Londoness


Born in Paris.

Made in London.

Teller of London Tales.

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Azzedine Scissorhands

He was small in stature, but he was an exalted giant in the world of fashion. Azzedine Alaïa was the wizard who fashioned wearable works of art for the likes of Greta Garbo, Grace Jones, Michelle Obama, Tina Turner, Lady Gaga and the Crazy Horse girls.  And an exhibition, Azzedine Alaïa : The Couturier, co-curated…

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#CULTUREDKIDS #21

I am very excited to be co-hosting my first CULTURED KIDS, together with the cultural champion that is Catherine over on Catherine’s Cultural Wednesdays. So, what’s it all about? Every two weeks I will be hosting a Linky which allows other bloggers to load up their cultural posts on this page, and posting a cultural…

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A London Literary tour for Kids

It’s time to hop into your winged slippers and take a trip round a magical London – one where childhood dreams never end. These London tales tell of a honey-loving bear from Harrods, an eccentric detective, boys with magic powers, giants and a Gothic vampire.  So, without further ado, let’s take a swashbuckling, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious literary…

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Londoness Loves May 2018

It may not look like May outside my window with the relentless grey tinge that accompanies that most uninvited of all types of weather: gusty winds and general sogginess. Even April’s tree blossom has resigned its fate to raining down onto the city’s pavements. The good news is the bank holiday weekend promises to bring…

Review – Quiz the Play

The first thing I will say about James Graham’s Quiz  at the Noel Coward Theatre is that the stage looked a heck of a lot like the set of Network  which has just had its final curtain call over at the National Theatre.  And whilst I’m a big fan of James Graham (Ink  was one of…

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