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Ballet Fans Won’t Want To Miss These Upcoming Performances

Birmingham Royal Ballet, one of the world’s great ballet companies, are coming to Sadler’s Wells this June and they’ve got two shows for our delectation, and they’ll be championing women with performances produced by female choreographers and a full length ballet with a strong, independent woman at the heart of the story. First up there’s a trio of ballets entitled [Un]leashed and including Ruth Brill’s adaptation of Prokofiev’s classic tale Peter and the Wolf, a classical ballet but influenced by street dance and the spoken word, Jessica Lang’s Lyric Pieces, a playful piece in which the dancers manipulate giant concertina props to form and […]

Things to do Outdoors

Feeling Daisy: 5 Reasons To Stroll Through Columbia Road

Photo Credit Buckets full of posies, herbs, succulents and shrubs can only mean one thing – Columbia Road Market. Come rain or shine, you can guarantee Columbia Road will be transformed into a floral paradise on Sundays. It’s every Instagrammer’s dream. Starting as a traditional...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Under The Sea With Chelsea In Bloom

If you’ve been reading The Handbook over the last few weeks, you’ll know how floral mad we’ve gone – from floral rooftops to wisteria hysteria, we’ve covered it all. We aren’t the only ones who have gone mad over this floral frenzy either, it’s splattered left, right and centre across social media, especially on the ‘gram. And trust us, from what we can see, it’s only just the beginning. Just look at Chelsea! It’s utterly submerged in outlandishly awesome floral displays that have people stopping to grab photos. Produced by Cadogan, in association with the Royal Horticultural Society, Chelsea in […]

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Literally All The Literary Hotspots In London

It’s true when they say, you never know what you’ll find around the corner. And that’s definitely so when it comes to living in London. Whether it’s finding the spot where the latest romcom was filmed or the area that inspired Dickens with Great Expectations, the options...

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Travel

RV There Yet? 5 Reasons To Go Glamping

After four years of living in Brighton, I finally caved in to join the long ol’ commute back and forth each day to the big smoke. Fast-forward to now, when the opportunity arose to spend the weekend glamping and being a tourist in the city where my heart lies, Brighton, I jumped – quite literally – at it. Not only did it allow me to go into full on tourist mode but it meant leaving a little earlier to miss the rush hour commuters.  What actually is glamping?  Glamping has hugely been on the rise over the last few years, with more and […]

Business & Careers

London’s Best Women-Only Private Members’ Clubs

London is positively brimming with private members’ clubs; from The Century Club discreetly tucked away behind Shaftesbury Avenue and Quo Vadis house in a former brothel, to Annabel’s – the ultimate pin-up girl when it comes to a place to escape to, membership in hand. Yet it appears the turn...

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Japan-Easy Peasy, The New Makeover At The Serpentine

Believe it *ore* not, it’s only a month until the Japanese architect, Junya Ishigami takes over the Serpentine Gallery for their 19th annual Serpentine Pavilion. Each year, one of the world’s greatest architects is given a global platform to showcase an experimental project – and this years will rock your socks, quite literally. Known globally for his exceptional architecture, Ishigami has designed everything from indoor cloud gardens to glass greenhouses with more than 300 columns, all differing in size. Lets face it, every house, building, even shed has a roof. It’s the most common and important architectural feature. Ishigami draws […]

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We’re Going To The Moon! London’s Newest Festival Comes To Greenwich

Our favourite satellite of them all, after Sputnik, and maybe the one that does Sky Sports, has to be the Moon. We flipping love the Moon, with it’s little acne face beaming down on us as we snore; Neil Armstrong once walked on it and a cow once jumped over it. And now it’s coming to Greenwich. Moon Festival is a week-long cultural smorgasbord of events taking place in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, and it all revolves around the moon (although, obviously, the moon will be revolving around us, but you know what we mean). The combo of politics, […]

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This Is A Pop-Emergency: Here’s How To Get Madonna Tickets…

What are you doing next Friday morning? No you’re not – cancel it, this is a pop emergency. Madonna has announced a series of London concerts and you’re going to be furiously refreshing a glitchy Ticketmaster page trying to get tickets. Here’s how to make it go smoothly. The actual queen of pop will be in Chicago, LA, New York and London for her Madame X tour and, Material Girls (and guys) that we are, we’re more excited than a virgin being touched for the very first time: Madonna, we’re Crazy For You. But first you’re going to have to […]

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Who Will ‘Win’ Game Of Thrones?

Who will win? Who will die? Who will sit on the Iron Throne? A question we have literally been asking ourselves for the past eight years – blimey, we’re knackered – and, with only two episodes left to go, we’re sitting on the edge of our iron thrones waiting to see if Cersei...

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