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March Highlights

As spring arrives and the days start to get sunnier and longer, there’s plenty going on in London to embrace the new season. Why not take a stroll around London’s best parks and gardens as they start to burst with colour, check out the city’s best restaurants or sink a drink in one of London’s neon-filled bars. March in London… Read more »

London Coffee Festival

Returning for 2019, the London Coffee Festival is the UK’s largest coffee and artisan food event, a celebration of London’s vibrant coffee culture featuring gourmet coffee, speciality tea, artisan food, demonstrations from world-class baristas, live music and a comprehensive ‘lab’ seminar programme that will educate even the keenest of coffee lovers.  The festival is once… Read more »

St Patrick`s Day In London 15– 17 March

In 2019, the official three-day celebration in London begins on 15 March, and culminates in the annual St Patrick’s Day parade in Central London and Trafalgar Square festivities on 17 March. This year, a three-day extravaganza is taking place and it is set to see over 125,000 turning out for Irish food, dancing and a giant… Read more »

International Woman’s Day

International Women’s Day takes place every year on March 8 (a Friday in 2019) to celebrate and commemorate the countless achievements of women around the world. It’s also a time to recognise the many gender inequalities that still exist today, and talk about what we can do to create a fairer, more blanced world. As always, there… Read more »

Orchids festival at Kew

Kew Gardens’ celebration of the orchid returns for its twenty-fourth year, this time with a focus on the plant life of Colombia. Kew’s Orchids festival will see the botanical gardens’ tropical greenhouse bursting with colourful species, and in 2019 they will reflect the country’s diverse landscape – from tropical beaches to snow-capped mountains. The Prince of Wales… Read more »

Inamo Restaurant

Inamo are pioneering restaurants & bars. With locations in Soho, Covent Garden & Camden, we craft Japanese, Chinese, Thai & Korean cuisine, including fresh sushi, served as a sharing concept for our guests to savour. We’re recommended by Design My Night as best sushi in London.  Please check website: www.inamo-restaurant.com

February Highlights

Chinese New Year 2019 –  This year, the London celebrations are taking place on 10 February, which is the Sunday following the date of the Chinese New Year (5th of February). The Year of the Pig is here in 2019 and, as usual, Chinese New Year in London will be one of the most exciting events in February, full of… Read more »

Chinese New Year 2019

Chinese New Year is based on various legends, including that of an old man defeating the wicked mythical beast Nian with the help of firecrackers and red paper defences. The festival gives people a chance to remember ancestors and to pay tribute to gods. On Chinese New Year’s Eve (the evening before Chinese New Year’s… Read more »

London fashion week 2019

Organised by the British Fashion Council, London Fashion Week first took place in October 1983. It currently ranks alongside New York, Paris and Milan as one of the ‘Big Four’ fashion weeks. It presents itself to funders as a trade event that also attracts significant press attention. It states that it is attended by over… Read more »

Craft Beer Rising

The event is taking place in Shoreditch at the uber cool Old Truman’s Brewery on Brick Lane. The victorian building is now home to a plethora of arts events and mini festivals and the venue is a mecca for trendy East Londoners looking for a good night out. Last year’s festival showcased established beer giants… Read more »

Kew Gardens, Orchid Festival

The plant life of Columbia provides the inspiration for Kew Gardens’ 24th annual Orchid Festival as the botanical garden’s tropical greenhouse comes alive with some of the colourful species native to the South American country. The Prince of Wales Conservatory will play host to the plants with highlights including the ‘Carnival of Animals’ display which… Read more »

Sea Containers at Mondrian London

The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and offers a Grey Goose bottomless Bloody Mary or prosecco brunch on the weekend, with menus reflecting the best locally sourced produce. A variety of small plates, sharing dishes and classic comfort food is available, as well as more formal feasting options. Please checkout restaurant website: Sea… Read more »

Guided Walk with Vespucci adventures

Get your trainers and warm coat on, as Vespucci Adventures are planning their second guided walk and this month at South Downs. Experience great views, interesting history with beautiful Arundel castle and a pint at British pub! Just register on the linked event page bellow. Information about where to meet, what to bring and everything… Read more »

January Highlights

Start the New Year off as you mean to go on with our crash course in the best culture, events and nightlife in London. Forget the gym and forget the diet, pack your diary full of the capital’s biggest and best events this January to inspire you for the rest of the year. We’ve got a… Read more »

The 1975

The 1975 are an English pop rock band originating from Manchester. The band consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew “Matty” Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and drummer George Daniel. The band’s origins trace to them attending Wilmslow High School in Cheshire and playing together as teenagers in 2002.Gigs organised by… Read more »