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What's on this month in London: Londoness picks the best of this month's art exhibitions, theatre, opera, music dance and events in London. There's also something for the kids as well.

London exhibitions in November, Cezanne, Impressionists in London,, Modigliani, Jewish Museum

Must-see London exhibitions in November

As London shifts into Christmas gear, it’s nice to know you can escape tinseltown’s seasonal madness from time to time, and what better way than with some art? How could you possibly fail to be impressed by the Impressionists in London at the Tate Britain or by Modigliani’s collection of nudes at Tate Modern? You…

Things to do in London in September, London events, What’s on in September

Hello September

September, I will be happy to see you. You’re the month of new beginnings and old traditions. Children go back to school with buffed shoes and new satchels, and parents breathe a sigh of relief. You’re the harvest month with blackberry-picking on Hampstead Heath and grape-plucking in Hampton Court Palace. With a bit of luck,…

London in May, theatre, exhibitions, art, Kids in London in May

May Be Baby

May is a see-saw of a month: hot and fiery in parts and wet and wild in others. The parks are starting to groan with sun-worshippers, the pubs are spilling out onto pavements, and I’ve even seen the odd sandal make an appearance (albeit paired up with a backup brolly). May isn’t just about bank…

Real Ladies of London, Perfect London Day, afternoon tea, theatre, Shakespeare,

The Real Ladies of London

What does a real Londoness like to do in the world’s greatest city? Discover what it’s like to really live and love London: from magical walks and secret gardens, to food markets, theatre, museums, afternoon tea, local restaurants and bars…come and enjoy a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious day with the Real Ladies of London! Real Ladies of London –…

United Nations of Noël

My first Christmases were more Hee Haw than Ho Ho. I spent them in Paris where decorations were subtle, yuletide food was sophisticated and gifting was about quality not quantity. But not chez Roitman, neigh: my tree was stuffed with Cowboy Santa and his fleet of armadillo reindeer; the tree looked like it had disgorged…

Christmas, London, Ice-Skating, Somerset House

Painting the Town this December

Jack Frost may be on his way to London, but there’s plenty to keep you merry and full of cheer. Here’s my guide to a jolly Ho Ho Ho December. Jingle my Bells For the Best in Show Christmas Carols, head to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. It’s guaranteed to bow wow you! Monday 5th…

Book Now

Obsessed with Jude You’ll need to join the online queue for these tickets when the box office opens at 10am this Monday 16th May, but it will be worth the wait. Jude Law returns to the London stage in an adaptation of the 1943 Luchino Visconti film, Obsession.  It will be playing at The Barbican in April and May…

BOOK NOW

The Game’s Afoot – Enfants Terribles at Madame Tussaud Coming in July 2016, this immersive adult only experience is run by Les Enfants Terribles. It’s an interactive Whodunit led by actors and set in Victorian England. Using clues you’ll be transported to Sherlock Holmes’s Baker Street drawing room, dart around London’s gas-lit streets and amble…

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