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Made in London.

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Things to do in London this October 2021

Londoness Loves: Things to do in London this October 2021

October, the month when London suddenly turns into a tapestry of mahogany hues, with spectacular leaf-crunching walks across the capital’s parks and the beckoning of warm chestnuts and toasted marshmallows. October is also the month when London’s cultural scene really seems to be finally coming out of lockdown. Get your boots on, dust those scarves…

What’s on in London this June, things to do in London in June 2021

What’s on in London this June 2021

Oh it’s good to be back London, and June is the gift that keeps on giving. Here’s a round-up of some of the best things to do in London this June including art exhibitions, theatre, events, opera and classical music. And as an extra bonus, keep your eye on my Instagram page early next week…

What’s on in London after lockdown 2021

Last updated on September 22nd, 2021 at 08:52 amAs London prepares to ease out of lockdown, museums, galleries and music venues are starting to come out of hibernation, and across our theatres, the lights will soon flicker back on. Here is a glimpse of what’s on in London after lockdown 2021, including some of the…

Christmas in London 2020, Things to do this Christmas in London

A Guide to Christmas in London 2020

Last updated on March 12th, 2021 at 05:26 pmThis may not be the month for smooching under the mistletoe or for perching on Santa’s lap, but there are still plenty of things to do in London this Christmas. There will be lights a plenty. Our magical Christmas markets roll back into town. Museums re-open, some…

Lockdown 2020 – A note of gratitude to the creative sector

Last updated on August 17th, 2020 at 07:06 amWhen the UK hunkered down into social hibernation in March, a new kind of warrior emerged: our NHS staff, our shopkeepers, delivery and public safety personnel, together with our ever-cheerful postal staff and rubbish collectors, became the nation’s knights in shining armour. More recently, the country fell…

entertain yourself at home during Coronavirus

How to entertain yourself at home during self-isolation

Last updated on March 12th, 2021 at 05:22 pmAre you stuck between four walls and wondering how to entertain yourself at home during Coronavirus self-isolation? Beat the social distancing blues with cinema streaming, some classic laugh out loud books, and keep company with websites and podcasts which will add colour to your world. Listen to…

Message in a Bottle, review, Peacock Theatre

Review: Message in a Bottle – Peacock Theatre, London

Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 03:48 pmWhat do you get when you weave Kate Prince’s hip hop choreography together with Sting’s greatest hits, a dance company with superpowers and a story that centres on the plight of refugees? You get Message in a Bottle, a dance-off at the Peacock Theatre which is dizzying…

Things to do this week in London 10 to 16 February

Things to do this week in London 10 to 16 February

I’ve never been a fan of Cupid’s shenanigans in February, so I am going to skim over anything icky which might be happening in the capital this Friday. I do have a free concert on Thursday for you if love is on your weekly agenda, and I do sincerely wish you all copious amounts of…

Things to do this week in London 3 to 6 February

Things to do this week in London: 3 to 9 February

Last updated on August 14th, 2020 at 06:39 amThings to do this week in London 3 to 9 February. It’s safe to say most of us will be happy to wave goodbye to January. It was dry for those doing the inevitable post-Christmas penance (I lift my martini glass up to you in awe), and yet…

Review: The Great Gatsby Immersive London

Last updated on October 1st, 2020 at 10:40 amThere was a beckoning green light when I arrived at Gatsby’s Mayfair mansion on Wednesday for The Great Gatsby Immersive London. The night was tender, the drinks flowed, the conversation was titillating, and there was just the right glitter and glitz you’d expect from one of Gatsby’s…

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