1. Made in Chelsea series 3

    TV review: Made in Chelsea series 3 episode 4

    Growing up my mother taught me two things; never to drink cheap champagne, and never to pour the dregs from an empty bottle. Several episodes yet to air and Natalie broke the ice by asking Hugo and Spencer: “How would...
  2. Flannels for Heroes

    Win tickets for Flannels For Heroes 2012

    Flannels For Heroes is a sumptuous English Garden Party in the heart of Chelsea raising money for the Heroes. There will be cricket of course, played in finest white flannels, music too, and champagne; but above all there will be...
  3. MINT Polo in the Park Hurlingham

    Ticket offer for MINT Polo In The Park

    On 8, 9 and 10 June, MINT Polo in the Park returns to Hurlingham Park for its fourth year. Two-time winner of 'London Sport Attraction of the Year' at The London Lifestyle Awards, MINT Polo in the Park is an outdoor...
  4. Made in Chelsea series 3

    TV review: Made in Chelsea series 3 episode 3

    As they say in the Royal Borough, “Quam Bonum in Unum Habitare” - how good is it to dwell in unity, or not in this case. Made in Chelsea is becoming as predictable as Britney’s come-back hits. With more stops and...
  5. London By Bike competition

    Enter 'London by Bike' and win £1500

    Cyclists! It’s time to put on your brakes and start snapping. Barclays has teamed up with street photographer Nick Turpin to find camera keen cyclists to capture the adventure, inspiration and beauty of cycling in London.
  6. Made in Chelsea

    TV review: Made in Chelsea Series 3 episode 2

    In the words of Lemony Snicket: “It is very unnerving to be proven wrong, particularly when you are really right and the person who is really wrong is proving you wrong and proving himself, wrongly, right.” Or to put it simply in...
  7. Made in Chelsea

    TV review: Made in Chelsea Series 3 episode 1

    If Made in Chelsea left you with a Sloane shaped hole in your stocking last Christmas, then its return to our screens on Monday for a third series of ‘structured reality’, was probably just what you needed.
  8. PJs Bar restaurant Fulham Road Chelsea

    Review: Brunch at PJ's

    There’s nothing better on a Sunday morning to cure a mild hangover and a slight sense of regret than a slap up breakfast. PJ’s offers just that – in fact, the place is heaving with people on weekend mornings as the...
  9. David Bowie, Aladdin Sane

    Duffy: The Lost Portraits at Proud Chelsea

    Later this month, Proud Chelsea brings us its latest exhibition: Duffy: The Lost Portraits. The exhibition will showcase an exclusive collection of rare, signed prints from the sixties music and fashion photographer, Brian Duffy. 
  10. Young Writers Festival Royal Court Theatre

    Young Writers Festival opens this week at The Royal Court

    The Royal Court Theatre’s Young Writers Festival, which has been launching the writing careers of the country’s best known playwrights since 1973 is set to take over the Jerwood Theatre upstairs at the Royal Court this week.
  11. The Scene Worlds End

    Review: The Scene at the World's End

    The World’s End is at the end of the King's Road that you might not necessarily be drawn to. But if you can persevere past the shops and restaurants before it, and around the World's End corner, the pub is...
  12. Spring fair Spring basket

    Ticket offer: Spring Fair exhibition

    With spring around the corner, The Country Living Magazine Spring Fair at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London from 21 – 25 March 2012, promises a lovely day amongst some of the UK’s leading artisans. 
  13. Parallax art fair Chelsea Old Town Hall

    Guest blog: Parallax art fair coming to King's Road

    Rebecca Marcus-Monks is the exhibition manager for the international art fair, Parallax AF, which is holding a three day event next week at Chelsea Old Town Hall. The art fair will showcase both established and emerging artists from around the...
  14. Palm Restaurant

    Review: The Palm restaurant

    It is evident the moment you step through The Palm’s doors that this is a restaurant where people go to show off. It’s full of businessmen in suits, thrashing out a deal over the impressive food. But that is by...
  15. Horrible Histories Barmy Britain


    Horrible Histories comes to London next week with the world premiere of HORRIBLE HISTORIES – BARMY BRITAIN - dishing the dirt on life in Britain from our rotten Roman rulers, to the terrible Tudors, slimy Stuarts, gorgeous Georgians, vile Victorians, right...
  16. The Botanist Sloane Square

    Review: The Botanist Sloane Square

    The Botanist couldn’t be more Sloane Square if it tried. Perched on one corner of the square, it honours Dr Hans Sloane, noted scientist and, of course, botanist.
  17. Gaucho International Polo London

    Tickets now on sale for Gaucho International Polo

    On the evening of 21 March 2012 Gaucho will host the Gaucho International Polo at London’s iconic 02 Arena, promising a combination of high-octane polo with world musical entertainment. Gaucho returns this spring following the success of last year’s inaugural...
  18. Classics with My Baby

    Classics with My Baby at Christ Church Chelsea

    Want to feel amazingly smug about doing your mummy job while giving yourself a genuine treat at the same time? Then take your baby, infant or child to a Classics with my Baby concert at a variety of London locations...
  19. Dorsia

    Get A Reservation At The Dorsia

    Dorsia is located in a classic Georgian town house on Cromwell Road and promises a home from home for its members. The entire lower ground floor is devoted to hedonistic dance and fun in a club, the ground floor opens up...
  20. War Horse Lates National Army Museum

    War Horse Lates at the National Army Museum

    Looking for something to do at the end of the month and want to save a bit of money? The National Army Museum on Royal Hospital Road, is launching its free evening exhibition War Horse Lates every last Friday of...