Entertainment

  1. The Jam Tree Chelsea

    A taste of Jamaica in the heart of Chelsea

    Jamaica Jamaica – the pop-up so good they named it twice.In fact it doesn't matter how many times you say it, The Jam Tree in Chelsea's two-week celebration is sure to be a massive hit.Running from 6 August (Jamaican Independence...
  2. Pintar Rapido Arts Festival

    Paint the town red – or any colour you like

    Professional and amateur artists from all over the country will take part in Pintar Rapido - a two-day arts festival in Kensington & Chelsea. Pintar Rapido – Spanish for 'painting quickly' – celebrates London's urban landscape and diversity.The best work...
  3. Bumpkin Chelsea

    Bringing a touch of country life to Chelsea

    Bumpkin, a new restaurant in Chelsea, seeks to bring a touch of the English countryside to the heart of London.Here's a quick guide to what we reckon could become a real local favourite.Where is it?Housed in an elegant Georgian townhouse...
  4. The Jam Tree BBQ

    'Griller warfare' in Chelsea

    July will see men comparing the size of their sausages at 'Griller Warfare' – London's first barbecue cook-off.The showdown will take place at The Jam Tree, 451 King's Road, on Saturday 20 July, with BBQ aficionados out to steak their...
  5. Masterpiece London

    Enjoy Picasso, Miró and much, much more

    The work of Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró will be among the highlights of this year’s Masterpiece London, which will include £1billion worth of works from antiquity to contemporary.The event, now in its fourth year, will boast its strongest line-up...
  6. Chelsea Art Society

    Popular exhibition to return on 17 June

    An annual and much-loved summer event, this year's Chelsea Art Society Open Art Exhibition begins on 17 June.Firmly established in its home at Chelsea Old Town Hall, where it has been for more than 10 years, it includes between 500...
  7. George Garzone

    Sax ‘master’ George Garzone to perform at the 606 Club

    Acclaimed musician George Garzone will perform at Chelsea’s 606 Club on Wednesday, 26 June – his first UK appearance since 2010.The American, an acclaimed saxophonist and music educator most noted for his work with free jazz group the Fringe, has...
  8. Ben Wilson gum art

    Interactive festival to return in July

    The streets and public spaces of Kensington and Chelsea will provide the backdrop for a week of interactive arts, drama and music during the seventh InTRANSIT Festival of Arts.Organised by the council, this year’s festival will be between 20-27 July...
  9. Red House Chelsea

    Bistro’s bid for best burger crown

    New Chelsea restaurant Red House is aiming to serve up London’s best burger - American-style - following its recent opening.Offering classic British bistro dishes with a dash of US flavour and a New York twist, the Red House is the...
  10. Markham Square

    Park Life: Kids go for free in new initiative

    A number of parks and gardens in the area that are usually private will be open to the public for two days in June.
  11. Bjorn Sjoling skeleton

    The bare bones

    From 1-2 June there will be an art fair at Chelsea Old Town Hall. Or is it a non-art fair? Well, that'll be for you to decide.
  12. Chelsea Tree Hunt

    Prizes to be won in the Chelsea Tree Hunt

    There are prizes up for grabs in the Chelsea Tree Hunt – part of this year's Chelsea Fringe.
  13. Botanist popup

    A pearl of a pop-up in Sloane Square

    West London will be in full bloom this May for the centenary year of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show - and the area’s chicest restaurant and bar, The Botanist, will be planting a pearl of a pop-up right in the...
  14. RHS Chelsea Flower Show aerial shot

    A Flower Show fit for a prince

    It’s finally happened: winter has given up the ghost, the flowers are blooming and the trees are at last in leaf. It would be a fabulous time of year to visit the King’s Road area even if it wasn’t hosting...
  15. Kensington Mums Motherhood Exhibition

    'I want to celebrate Mother's Day every day!'

    As a mum myself, I can relate to the ups and downs of motherhood. To me motherhood is the most exhausting yet most rewarding job (I only wish we could get paid for being a full time mama!). So what...
  16. The 606 Club

    606 Club to mark anniversary with Lots of celebration

    The 606 Club will celebrate 25 years at its Lots Road home with a 12-day festival, during which more than 40 (yes, 40!) bands will strut their stuff at the iconic music venue. And this jewel in SW6 should be...
  17. Jumeirah Carlton Tower Chinoiserie Entrance

    Jumeirah Carlton Tower unveils new fusion afternoon tea by Eric Lanlard

    Eric Lanlard, master pâtissier and star of Channel 4’s Baking Mad series, has launched a new fusion afternoon tea menu at London’s Jumeirah Carlton Tower.
  18. 606 Club

    We will always love her: a tribute to Whitney

    A stunning gospel-music tribute to Whitney Houston at The 606 Jazz Club on Sunday 10 February will mark the first anniversary of the pop icon's death.
  19. Bunch of Valentines roses

    6 foodie ideas for Valentines

    With just days to go until the most loved-up day of the year, here at kingsroad.co.uk we’ve rounded up the best foodie treats to get you and your Valentine in the mood.
  20. Le Cercle restaurant

    Restaurant review: Le Cercle

    It’s a certain type of restaurant that has a set of branded automatic doors at its entrance. Le Cercle, just off Sloane Square, certainly doesn’t do things by halves: from the truffle popcorn that’s brought to you as you sip...