If you love the Museum of London, you’ll love this too. Continue reading Hidden Gems of London: Guildhall Art Gallery
London is blessed with incredible and iconic buildings. Unfortunately, most of these buildings are out of bounds to the public.
Here’s what I saw here on tour of London Open House 2016.You can read about my day here.
For now, enjoy the pictures.
On Friday, I was kindly invited along by the amazing people at VisitLondon.com and VisitGreenwich to join them and a group of super-talented instagrammers to explore Maritime Greenwich.
Between 2 September – 5 September, London held The Great Fire Festival to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
It’s not advertised as perhaps it should, but walking along the river Thames is one of the best things you can do in the capital.
I challenge anyone to find a show more daring, more silly, more sexy than Barbu and I good luck to those who tries as there aren’t be many shows that can top it on those fronts. Barbu is a cabaret show taking place at the annual London Wonderground, London’s bastion of cabaret, circus and burlesque … Continue reading THEATRE: Barbu
A tranquil and serene oasis in Greenwich where all the flowers come to live.
What is Farmopolis?
If you’ve ever wondered where all the pretty flowers go once the new RHS Chelsea Flower Show closes its curtains, then head down to Farmopolis on the other side of London to historic and happening Greenwich where The Jetty has been transformed into a floating garden oasis.
Forget takeaway pizzas, The Stable in Whitechapel is the place to be if you want quality artisan sourdough pizzas with an incredible range of cider. More on that later.Continue reading “The Stables, Whitechapel Review: Cracking Pizzas in Hip Interiors”