22 Mar 2014

Museums at Night 0  

The UK offers the world’s best selection of museums, galleries and historic sites, or at least we like to think so. with so many museums to explore, however, the problem becomes finding the time to fit them all in! The good news is that for three days in May, 15th-17th, museums across the country are…

08 Mar 2014

Photo Blog: New Meeting & Event Spaces in Kensington Comments Off  

The elegant charm of the Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt in London’s South Kensington, a converted Georgian mansion, has recently had a contemporary makeover of its meeting and event spaces. With 12 function spaces suitable for meetings, conferences, private dining, weddings and other events, the hotel is located in one of London’s most desirable areas, South…

28 Feb 2014

The 5 Best Free Apps for Exploring London Comments Off  

Mobile technology certainly makes being a tourist a whole lot easier. Type in ‘London’ to your app store and you’ll likely get 100s-1000’s of results, many of which are really good and many more that are not so great. To save you time, we’ve listed just the best of the best for the activities that…

20 Feb 2014

WhatsOnStage Awards 2014 0  

This Sunday is the What’s On Stage London Theatre Awards. Voted for by the theatre-loving public from any profession London production that has opened in the past year, the awards celebrate the performance and production teams behind West End and non-West End productions.

30 Jan 2014

National Youth Orchestra Perform at The Barbican 0  

Towards the end of last year, the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain recruited 77 new young musicians to join them for 2014.  Just a couple of months later these new recruits, who make up just under half of the 165 person orchestra, were performing with their more experienced peers at London’s Barbican Hall  -…

17 Jan 2014

Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday 0  

2014 marks the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, well technically 23rd April 2014 does, and England is putting on a year-long celebration of all things Shakespeare to mark the occasion. Here are our top 5 ways to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday in London in 2014 See a Shakespearean Play Still the most famous playwright the world has…

03 Jan 2014

Fashion Designers Create Cocktails 0  

On the other side of this weekend, the prestigious British Fashion Council event, London Collections: Men will commence. Today the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has shown his support for both the event and the British Men’s Fashion industry, launching the London Home of Menswear competition to find the most stylish postcode in the capital. ‘As…

01 Jan 2014

January Of British Past 0  

History is being made every day. Here we have chosen a selection of events that have occurred in the UK or involving famous English people. Of course many other notable events have occurred on these dates, but this is our selection of interesting facts, we hope you find it interesting too. 1 January – In…

19 Dec 2013

Theatre Review: Coriolanus at the Donmar 0  

If you haven’t yet seen a play performed at the Donmar Warehouse, it’s time you did. If you have been before, you will know already why this intimate performance space offers such an immersive and somewhat confronting environment for enjoying fine performance. The Donmar is currently playing host to Corilanus. A lesser known play of…

04 Dec 2013

An interview with Group Head Chef, Neil Armstrong 0  

We caught up with Group Head Chef, Neil Armstrong, over a three course meal at Trunk Warren Street to get to know him, what influences him and find out more about the 3 new concepts of the new restaurants at Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels. So Neil, tell us about the three new restaurant concepts, Scoff…