Before lockdown, we might have filled our Saturday afternoons with a trip to a museum after brunch with friends, ending the day in a South Kensington pub to discuss the exhibition we’d seen. Now the galleries, museums, cafes, pubs, and other weekend hangout spots are closed due to COVID-19, we’ve had to make our own … Continue reading Experiencing Art and Culture in Lockdown: What’s Changed and How Will We Adapt?
To put it simply: London is a city best explored on foot. While we have the most comprehensive public transport system in the UK, taking you anywhere in the city (more or less) seamlessly, it’s incredible how much you miss while underground or on a winding bus route. One of London’s greatest charms is its … Continue reading Why Walking in London is The Best Way to Explore Its Past
While Cupid and romantic gestures normally take centre stage on St. Valentine's Day, we're here to show some love for the city we call home: an ode to London, one of the world's great cultural capitals. Whether you want to illuminate your evenings with rising stars at the National Theatre, or clear your mind with … Continue reading Show Some Love For London: 5 Ways To Celebrate The City’s Culture
For Londoners and visitors alike, Mayfair retains a reputation of opulence, wealth and exclusivity. Take the dozens of art dealerships off Picadilly, for instance, selling collectors beautiful authentic paintings with seriously steep price tags. While I certainly wasn't looking to buy any art when I visited Cork Street for the first time, I wasn’t sure … Continue reading The New Cork Street: 5 Reasons to Visit Mayfair’s Galleries