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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…

what's on this week in London 29 June

Londoness Loves: 29 June – 5 July

This is the week, folks! Restaurants and pubs can re-open, museums will be dusting down their artwork, and you can finally have a proper one-on-one with your hairdresser. And as Americans celebrate their independence on Saturday, we Brits can enjoy a little post-lockdown sigh of relief with one of America’s greatest theatrical exports. Have a…

Londoness Loves: 22 – 28 June

It’s National Picnic Week, folks, and as summer has well and truly moved into London, now is the time to head outdoors with the Pimms and the cucumber sandwiches. There is still plenty to see online, and there are also exciting post-lockdown events you can start booking now for next month. What’s on in London…

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…

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…

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

Things 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 it was also one of the soggiest Januarys…

Must-see Art for Kids in London (and some objects too)

It’s all very well dragging the kids to London’s big-name museums, but which galleries and museums will your children actually like? And once you’re there, which painting, sculpture or object will they really appreciate? London is one giant artscape, and with most of it free, it’s hard to decide where to take children. Follow me…

What’s on in London 2020

Londoness Loves 2020 | A Guide to London

Welcome to the new decade and to another top-notch cultural year in London. As we swing into the roaring 20s here is my guide for what’s on in London in 2020 with some of the best theatre, opera, classical music, talks and art exhibitions this year. London Theatre in 2020 It’s going to be a…

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