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101 London Date Ideas: The Ultimate Guide to Dating in the City

That time of year is fast approaching. By that time of year, I am alluding to V Day, the big Valentines. The one day of the year when everyone is expected to be on a date. If you’re not in a relationship / marriage / convent and haven’t started cuffing then you need to get on that ASAP in order to find the one (or someone) for V Day. Once they are well and truly cuffed, you then need to work out where you’re going to go. That’s where we come in. We have devised the ultimate guide of date […]

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Culture

The Magical London Café You Need To Visit

With the long-awaited launch of Game of Thrones’ eighth season and Harry Potter pop-ups and experiences reinventing themselves each day, it seems we’re all just a little bit obsessed with magic. Not only does Hollyhock Cafe in Richmond have the cutest name but Walt Disney surely must’ve cast eyes over it before writing Snow White and the Seven Dwarves? It looks like somewhere Hagrid would snap up and oozes total fairytale vibes. The chocolate box-esque cafe is surely one of London’s most magical. Located in the Terrace Gardens, which can be accessed from Richmond Riverside, it fits the phrase “oh, we […]

Culture

Cirque Du Soleil Brings Mexico To The Albert Hall

Cirque du Soleil, are bringing their army of talented acrobats, colourful sets and unique storytelling ability to one of the most iconic venues in the world. What’s more, they’re bringing with them LUZIA, a production that presents the places, faces and sounds of Mexico. What’s more, it looks incredible! The Royal Albert Hall will be transformed into a dreamlike world where an old movie set becomes the ocean which becomes an arid desert or smoky dance hall as LUZIA brings an imagined vista of Mexico to the stage. They’ll be adding in some never-before-used elements, including incorporating rain into the […]

Seasonal & Celebrations

5 Picturesque Places To See Cherry Blossom In London

You may have noticed that the spring blossom in London is out in full force, decorating our streets with wow-worthy shades of pink, purple and white which, granted, may not be up there with Japan’s offering but it’s pretty all the same. Generally speaking, the spring blossom begins...

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Killing Eve Returns… But Not To The UK (Yet)

It’s the series that had us all laughing, crying and hiding behind our seats in utter disgust. Yep, you may have heard on the good ol’ internet grapevine that the insatiably popular Killing Eve has returned for a second season but not to the UK just yet. Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh were back to their sadistic tricks this week as season two premiered on BBC America, with critics praising its “twisted, darkly-comic notes.” Season one, which was nominated for five Bafta TV Awards captured our hearts as Jodie played charismatic assassin Villanelle who we kinda didn’t know whether to love or […]

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Best Brunches

The Down The Rabbit Hole Brunch You Won’t Want To Miss

Bottomless prosecco. Ah, now we’ve got your attention we shall begin… Mews of Mayfair has whipped up an Easter treat that’ll beat any Cadbury’s offering – yep, we said it! Their Down The Rabbit Hole bottomless brunch experience hopes to get you grinning like the Cheshire Cat with a welcome cocktail, two delicious courses, and two, yes two hours of bottomless prosecco on offer. It sounds like we’ll more likely be recreating Babe the pig, let alone a character from Alice in Wonderland! The theme of this brunch is very fitting as Mews of Mayfair, for those who don’t know, […]

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Kew Gardens Gets Some Incredible Glass Sculptures

Spring is a’springing and with it a range of glass exhibitions, courtesy of American glass sculptor extraordinaire Dale Chihuly. Kew Gardens will see its flora and fauna take on a blooming marvellous glass form, scattered across flower beds, lakes and glasshouses. Dale Chihuly is renowned for his sensational, show stopping displays, having scattered his influence across the world in places such as New Orleans Botanical Garden and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. He work has lit up Kew before in 2005 and you may have caught a glimpse of his magic hanging in the V&A rotunda. Taking up residency in Kew this month with […]

Culture

10 Of London’s Best Chocolate Shops

Chocoholics be warned- this guide will entice a relapse. These chocolateries are known for serving up the most decadent and delicious chocolate treats in the city. We can only hope that life would be like a box of chocolates: rich and engulfed in luxury, though we would probably need to consult a...

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Culture

It’s A (Neon) Sign! 10 Places To See The Lights

Neon just makes everything look so much sexier doesn’t it?! Neon was discovered in 1898 by the British scientists Willian Ramsay and Morris W. Travers (give a point to us Brits), and since it’s become increasingly popular, especially with the advent of Insta and the ability to grab a...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Where To Get Your Daytime Rave On

Whilst for some of us a buzzing weekend involves a cup of Ovaltine and a choccie biscuit before bed, others are out at day raves drinking all sorts and hair-of-the-dogging it until the birds come a’tweeting! For those who fit into the latter bracket, here are some venues that never want the...

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Culture

London’s Best Outdoor Cinemas

Here’s my beef with cinemas, they’re just so indoorsy aren’t they? I mean, that’s all very well in winter time and we’ve definitely got our favourites, but in the summer months who wants to be cooped up in a soulless multiplex, smuggling in your Sainsburys-bought...

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