BACK TO Lifestyle

Culture

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Our Guide To… Burns Night in London

This Sunday is Burns Night, a day of haggis, piping and poetry. For those of you who don’t know the history of Burns Night, let us tell you. Scotland’s National Poet, Robert Burns (or Rabbie, as he was known), may have only lived until he was 37 but in that time he wrote some pretty epic poems...

Openings & Launches

Our Guide To… The Top Films to See in 2015

The beginning of 2015 sees the end of our best friend Orange Wednesdays. While this breaks our little cinema-going hearts and is a cruel hit on the wallet, we can’t not go to the cinema. Yes, Netflix does a good job of being there for you in the form of 90s movies on repeat when your...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Hair Looking a Bit Sketch-y?

In anticipation of London Fashion Week the thoughtful lot at sketch have set up a specialist hair-braiding-salon-cum-breakfast bar, just for you. Yep, for one week only the professionals at Braid Bar will be on hand to transform your tired January locks into a style reminiscent of an Elfin

Read more

Become An Insider

Want free instant access to secret locations, exclusive parties, the latest openings and much more!

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Pillow Cinema

During January it’s very tempting to stay in, to not surface from under the duvet and to devote all your spare time to Netflix, but what if there was another way? What if we told you, that you could get out, be sociable (well sort of) and still be as comfortable as if you were lying on your...

Read more

Culture

Bringing the stars down to London

The stars might be a millions miles away (or 43 trillion kilometres specifically) but on Monday they were brought down to the Guildhall for The Chopin Society’s charity ball in memory of their patron, Sir Bernard Lovell. Lovell is famous for, amongst other things, designing the Jodrell Bank...

Read more

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

All aboard the Tequila Express

With a promotional video so hot that it got banned by Youtube, you can image what the actual nights at Sloane Square hotspot, Tonteria are actually like. As fans of all things saucy, The Handbook went and experienced an evening for ourselves – inhibitions were left at the door. Things start...

Culture

A Scandalous History

Illegitimate children, inventories and haunted photographs will be on the cards at The Wallace Collection’s new exhibition: Collecting History. The exhibition, which centres around the ways in which the Wallace family shaped the collection from the first Marquess to Sir Richard Wallace, may not...

Read more

Openings & Launches

Our Guide to… The Best Designer Christmas Trees

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the capital, the Christmas lights are up, Michael Bublé can be heard everywhere you go and there is the sweet smell of mulled wine in the air. With the Norwegian fir taking pride of place in Trafalgar Square last week, we decided to get into the...

Openings & Launches

Happy Birthday to the Marquee Club

What do The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie all have in common? For those who are not rock geniuses, the answer is The Marquee Club, which throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s witnessed the birth and rise of these now major artists. And having given birth to such iconic British...

Read more

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Let The Christmas Shopping Commence

We don’t want to alarm anyone but Christmas is only four shopping weekends away. We know- it’s a shock! But don’t worry, we are here to help you get ahead of the game this year, by heading to the Winter Fashion Event at Canary Wharf where there are bargains to be had and inspiration...

Read more

  • * a company email is required to download this file