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The Festival That’s Like No Other Festival

Festivals are all the same, right? Mud, overflowing Portaloos and someone setting your tent on fire at two in the morning… Actually no, there’s a different way of doing things. Camp Wildfire does not fit the mould. It might not fit any mould; expect freefall stunt jumping, giant...

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13 Hottest Concerts Coming to London

The music scene in London is one of the liveliest in the world, and this coming year is going to see several major acts. With some of the biggest artists embarking on European tours, Londoners have no shortage of options when it comes to concert-going. We give you the largest acts gracing our...

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Shakespeare, Architecture and Opera: 10 Reasons to Visit Verona

Verona might be best known as the setting of Romeo & Juliet, but there is so much more to the city. From its Roman architecture to it’s 5 star hotels and romantic opera festival here are ten reasons to visit Verona.  Due Torri Hotel When it comes to choosing somewhere to stay, it...

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The New Tea-riffic Taiwan Teahouse

Any excuse to drink a cup of tea and we’re all over it. If there’s something us Brits know all too well it’s that a cup of tea makes everything better. Quit your job? Cup of tea. Chipped a nail? Cup of tea. Lost the semi-finals of the world cup against Croatia? OK, sorry too far but, cup of...

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A Bond, James Bond Auction

If there’s one thing we love about James Bond aside from the beautiful women, it’s the beautiful cars. And whilst Pierce Brosnan has been known to showcase some questionable vocal chords on cliff edges in Mamma Mia, he is also, on another note, a bit of a dab hand at car racing. Car aficionados...

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The Best Art, Theatre and Exhibitions to See This July

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” So wrote the great Henry James. Those words could not be more true than this year, as we continue to be spoon-fed endless days of defiant sunshine. The London culture scene...

Seasonal & Celebrations

Connaught Village Summer Street Party

Connaught Village is celebrating its 150 year anniversary with a street party. Enjoy traffic-free streets, an immersive walk through time, live music and entertainment and more. The main attraction is Horrible Histories performing twice, but there is so much more to enjoy. Bompas and Parr will be...

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We’ve Been On The Boxsets Again: What We Watched In June

Football? What football? We’ve not had a moment to even check the scores so deep are we in a Netflix binge. So here’s what’s been keeping us busy this month, from Love Island (season one: retro) to The Staircase. Kicking us off, Emily’s been topping up her Love Island...

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Not Your Usual Summer Reads

So, summer is upon us, don’t look outside just take my word for it, and therefore the official season of lounging by the pool/sea/garden paddling pool with a good book is too. When looking for good book recommendations it seems they are saturated, for women at least, with romantic novels and...

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Seasonal & Celebrations

There’s a Month Long Food Festival Coming to Waterloo

Waterloo Food Month is upon us, and the theme this year is Flavours of the Waterloo World. This festival is one of the most eclectic food gatherings in London, with events ranging from World Cup screenings to live debates. There will be night markets, cake lock -ins (no you’re not dreaming)...

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