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What’s on this week in London 6 to 12 July

Londoness Loves 6 – 12 July

It’s London Art Week, some of London’s major museums re-open and there are still plenty of free and fabulous concerts and talks to view online. So, who’s still humming those punchy tunes from ‘Hamilton,’ and wasn’t Mad King George da da da dat da dat da da da da ya da? Pick of the Week…

17 quiet and scenic picnic spots in London

Having trouble finding a quiet picnic spot in London, courtesy of lockdown and with restaurants off the menu? We all know the usual al fresco hangouts: Regent’s, Hyde Park, Richmond and St James’s Parks, as well as Hampstead Heath, Primrose Hill and Kew Gardens. But there are also plenty of smaller or more unusual green…

what’s on this week in London: 9 March to 15 March

Things to do this week in London: 9 to 15 March 2020

Things to do this week in London: 9 to 15 March 2020. Are you ready for a mammoth week, London? With so many new openings and goings-on, this promises to be a whopper of a week in London’s cultural calendar. Handel in London With the London Handel Festival in full baroque swing, it’s time to…

Things to do this week in London: 2 to 8 March

Things to do this week in London: 2 to 8 March 2020

Majestic trees are coming to Southbank’s Hayward Gallery this week in all their arty guises, and Vanessa Williams is swirling into town for her stint in the award-winnng “City of Angels” at the Garrick Theatre. An exhibition marking Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday opens at the Florence Nightingale Museum, just in time for International Women’s Day….

Things to do this week in London 24 February to 1 March

Things to do this week in London: 24 February to 1 March 2020

As we blast into March (I must admit I’ve never been happier to see London coming into bloom), the master of pop and colour, David Hockney, bursts onto the National Portrait Gallery. The much-anticipated British Surrealism opens at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, always a good excuse for a day out in south east London, and…

Londoness Loves October 2019

And now to my favourite time of the year and not because October is my birthday month. Let’s face it, this quinquagenarian’s foliage is looking a little tinged, and I would rather swing the clocks back a season or two, or even three. No, it’s the comforting smell of coal seeping out of the river…

Londoness Loves September

It’s going to be a crazy September for this Londoness as I set the final stage for my daughter Clarissa’s wedding. Wish me luck! I’m also going to need some luck translating all this cricket talk that’s going on about town, especially as my Aussie friend Clare flies in from Melbourne into my home turf….

must-see London, must-see things in London, cultural things to do

Must-see London by London Bloggers

I asked some of London’s top bloggers to come up with that one place that should be on every visitor’s radar – a must-see London gem. Imagine you only had half a day to spare in the city…here’s a curated list from those in the London know. I hope you enjoy jaunting around the city…

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