The Londoness


Born in Paris.

Made in London.

Teller of London Tales.

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Londoness Loves – April 2018

Forget the Beast from the East and get out in London this April. Here’s my guide to the best London theatre, classical music, opera, exhibitions, and yes, there might even be a couple of outdoor activities to put a spring in your step! Favourite this Month An Ideal Husband – Vaudeville Theatre Oscar Wilde’s thoroughly…

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Londoness Loves – March 2018

Welcome to my first Londoness Loves, my pick of the best theatre, art exhibitions, music, and events in London this March 2018. And there’s some London magic for the kids as well. Have a marvellous March! Love Londoness. Top Pick Sondheim on Sondheim I’m toe-tapping down the days to this one: the European premiere of…

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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,…

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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…

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Hello Jack

It’s All Hallows’ Eve, a day for witches and their warlocks, for devils, goblins, banshees, nosferatus and zombies. It’s my favourite tradition of the year, the day when I dream of morphing into a spellbinding Veronica Lake in ‘I married a Witch’ or of riding broomsticks with Julian Sands in ‘Warlock’. Growing up in Paris,…