Entertainment

  1. London cocktail club

    A quick look at best cocktail bars in London

    Cosmopolitan? Sex on the beach? Dry Martini? Three types of rum with a dash of pineapple, elderflower garnished with enticing lavender foam? Or possibly your taste buds just want to sip a happy hour mojito? No matter what your grog...
  2. L'oud Des Eurasie

    L’Oud Des Eurasie Launches in Chelsea

    The latest addition to the Chelsea dining scene, L'Oud Des Eurasie, is ready to impress a new crowd.Based a stone's throw from the Kings Road, this luxurious neighbourhood restaurant is bringing together the sensual aromas of the Middle East with...
  3. The Ivy Chelsea Garden

    The Ivy Chelsea Garden Arrives on the Kings Road

    This month all eyes are on the Kings Road as The Ivy Chelsea Garden opens just in time for spring. The all-day dining spot, which will accept as many walk-ins as possible, is the latest spin-off to the critically acclaimed...
  4. Zinnia restaurant

    Zinnia Brings a Taste of Japan to Chelsea

    Set in a striking Georgian building, Zinnia is an all-day Japanese fusion restaurant and lounge located at 86 Fulham Road. Opening their doors to the public this week, the interior has been expertly reinvented to house a dedicated restaurant, ambient...
  5. Beaver Lodge Chelsea

    Beaver Lodge Launches in Chelsea

    While there may be no place quite like The Wild, Wild West, Beaver Lodge is definitely the next best thing. Chelsea's latest after-dark offering comes in the form of a cabin bar and dance saloon based on places such as...
  6. University of London Symphony Orchestra

    The Orchestra comes to Kensington

    Kicking off for a new season, The University of London Symphony Orchestra is hosting an exciting programme of Shostakovich, Adams and Bernstein on 23rd November at St. Stephen’s Church in Kensington.Home to one of the leading student orchestras in the...
  7. Shilo Engelbrecht

    Anthropologie does art

    It's no secret that Anthropologie are experts when it comes to fashion and homeware design, but did you know their creative talents expand to the world of curation?Described as a platform for artists, designers and brands who inspire the label...
  8. Frock Me

    Frock Me! Vintage fashion fair

    A staple on the vintage scene, Frock Me! Vintage Fashion Fair has been the ultimate destination for retro finds since the 1990's. Favoured with models, fashion editors and retro enthusiasts alike, the fair has been attended by everyone from Kate...
  9. Child online

    Protect your child online

    The internet is a fantastic resource for children, allowing them to complete research, learn new skills and interact with friends. However, the internet also offers the perfect anonymity for predators. Familiarising yourself with online grooming and the dangers it poses...
  10. iPad mini

    Are you addicted to the internet?

    How often do you use the internet? The answer is likely to be a lot more than you realise. In this day and age, absolutely everything can be done online. From research to shopping and paying bills to taking out insurance;...
  11. iPhone 5

    Phone lost or stolen? Top tips for minimising the panic

    Misplacing your mobile phone or having it stolen might seem like the kind of thing which would never happen to you, but it pays to be aware of the necessary steps you should take if you were to find yourself...
  12. Marc Blane

    Banned art makes a statement

    Controversial work from American artist Marc Blane is being shown for the first time in the UK at Chelsea’s Petit Gallery. Financial Statements will bring together Blane’s series of mixed media collages featuring defaced American banknotes on Belgian linen which was...
  13. Lutyens Rubinstein

    Top four recommendations in west London!

    Each month our friends at Twenty Something London give us their top picks for where to check out in West London - and support independent businesses.This time their favourites include authentic Italian, independent bookshops, cheap cinemas (in beautiful surroundings), and sophisticated cocktail bars.Here's their top four...... The...
  14. Kurobuta

    Rock ‘n’ Roll sushi pops up on King’s Road

    A brand new pop-up restaurant devised by Nobu chef Scott Hallsworth has opened on King’s Road on the site where rock god Jimi Hendrix spent his last night. Kurobuta, which combines Japanese cuisine served to a soundtrack of rock ‘n’roll music...
  15. Ping Earls Court

    Five things to do when you go West

    This month, Twenty Something London gives us their top picks for what to do when you go West. From authentic wine tasting to a shop in a bar or a coffee shop, if you’re looking for a unique place to...
  16. Scotch Egg Challenge

    The Scotch Egg Challenge – the charity event with a difference

    Stand by for some cracking egg puns – some of which we may have poached from elsewhere.The wait is over. The eggs-perts are ready. On 17 September the third Scotch Egg Challenge will take place at The Ship Wandsworth and...
  17. Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival

    Jocelyn Brown to feature at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival

    Jocelyn Brown will perform on the first day of this year's Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival, which will take place on Thursday 19 and Saturday 21 September.After the resounding success of previous years, and now in its ninth year, the exciting...
  18. Cheyne Walk Brasserie

    Ten years of the Cheyne Walk Brasserie

    Cheyne Walk Brasserie, one of London’s best loved restaurants, celebrates its 10th Anniversary this autumn.And to mark the occasion, there will be three days of special events – including a return to 2003 prices - as well as a collaboration...
  19. Hayley Sanderson

    Strictly Come Dancing vocalist continues 606’s year of celebration

    Founded in 1976 by musician Steve Rubie, 606 Club is one of London’s truly iconic venues and this year is celebrating 25 years at its current home in Lots Road.And as part of its commitment to British live music and...
  20. London Mothers Club

    Get ready for the mother of all charity events

    London Mothers Club (LoMoC) are to host a charity fashion show and party in aid of Jeans for Genes Day at Beaufort House, King's Road, Chelsea, on 18 September from 7-10pm.The event will consist of pampering, bubbly, shopping and a...