Magical Lantern Festival at Chiswick House

The Magical Lantern Festival has disappeared from West London’s Chiswick House for another year, however if you didn’t get a chance to go here’s some photo’s from my visit to get you excited for next year…

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Indoor Go Karting, Tower Bridge

Did you know you can go Go Karting in central London? Team Sport’s electric karts can reach speeds of up to 40mph on their indoor tracks!

Christmas Wonderland at Crews Hill

It’s Christmas eve and there’s just enough time for me to share one last post before the big day arrives. This time I thought I’d share one of my favourite places to go to get myself into the festive spirit… Crews Hill Nurseries. Crews Hill, which lies on the outer edge of Enfield, can be…

What do London bloggers love most about Winter in the City?

It’s just over a week until Christmas which mean’s London is in full festive swing. Elaborate light instillations and beautiful decorations adorn every corner, there’s a Christmas tree in every shop and a festive sandwich/burger/drink in every restaurant and bar. People are flocking to the Christmas markets and ice-rinks to feast on German sausages, guzzle mulled-wine by the gallon…

5 Things to do on a Winters Evening on Regent Street

1. Admire the Christmas Lights The Regent Street Christmas light switch on happens on Thursday 17th November. After this you’ll be able to admire the beautiful ‘Spirit of Christmas’ themed light instillation which spans all the way from Oxford Circus at one end to Waterloo Place at the other. 2. Go Christmas Shopping Regent Street is one of…

Street Feast @ Hawker House

Hawker House, one of Street Feast’s four venues, is a quirky split-level converted warehouse in Canada Water (Jubilee Line) filled with street food vendors and bars. Opening at 5pm and remaining open until late, Hawker House is a great place to meet with friends and grab some food and drinks in a cool venue with a…

Diwali in London

Having read Anthropology for my undergraduate and masters, studying other cultures has always been a major part of my life and something I am extremely interested in. Many people have a perception that in order to experience another culture you need to travel to far away places, however living in a City as diverse as London makes it…

Pergola on the Roof

The August bank holiday is here and despite a few bursts of rain Londoners have been enjoying some high temperatures for the long weekend. Making the most of the heat, I decided to spend the weekend exploring a few of the City’s best roof-top bars before many of them close at the end of the summer. The first place…

Luna Cinema at Kensington Palace

One of this summers big crazes is the outdoor cinema – watching a film under the stars at one of London’s iconic landmarks. Several companies are offering this experience in the capital such as Luna Cinema, The Nomad and Floating Cinema, at variety of location’s from the Tower of London to Kew Gardens and Battersea Park….

Ally Pally Summer Festival

With temperatures in London hitting the 30s this week it was perfect timing for Alexandra Palace’s annual Summer Festival. Live music, street food, plenty of pimms, a giant waterslide and loads of room to set out a picnic blanket in the sun with a group of friends, what better way could there be to spend…