Buddhism Exhibition – The British Library

Encounter the outstanding beauty of Buddhist manuscripts and artworks in the largest exhibition of its kind ever held at the British Library. Explore rare treasures from the Library’s collection including colourful scrolls, precious artefacts and stunning illuminated books spanning 2,000 years and 20 countries. Meet the women whose stories are told through Buddhist scripture. Admire artefacts made by hand in a…

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London Jazz Festival 2019

The EFG London Jazz Festival returns to Kings Place with a host of illustrious international names and a residency from America’s First Lady of drums, Terri Lyne Carrington. The Grammy-winning artist and producer, long-term collaborator with Herbie Hancock, brings her new band Social Science Community, as well as a late-night line-up with exciting British talent, Emma Jean Thackray, Soweto Kinch,…

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The KPH – Notting Hill

Located on a prominent corner of Ladbroke Grove and Lancaster Road, The KPH is a local landmark as well as being one of London’s oldest live music venues. Harcourt Inns has restored and relaunched Ladbroke Grove’s stunning landmark pub, The KPH (Kensington Park Hotel).the cellar is full to the brim with kegs from Stiegl, The Kernel, Mikkeller & Portbello Brewing. Originally…

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Event of the Week – Sip & Snuggle

21st January 2019 marks Blue Monday, which claims to be the most depressing day of the year – however at The South Place Hotel they are bringing you a doggie friendly Sip and Snuggle. South Place Hotel invites dogs of all shapes and sizes (and their owners) to cosy up on the heated Secret Garden terrace to enjoy a screening…

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Event of the Week – Modern Couples

Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde Explore modern art and modern love; this major exhibition reveals how relationships can become a playground for creativity. Featuring the biggest names in Modern Art, Modern Couples explores creative relationships, across painting, sculpture, photography, design and literature. Meet the artist couples that forged new ways of making art and of living and loving. The exhibition illuminates these…

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Event of the Week – ‘A Christmas Carol’

Stephen Tompkinson takes over the role of Scrooge as the Old Vic’s joyous OTT Dickens take returns Performance dates: Now – 19 January 2019 Old Vic Theatre Matthew Warchus’ big-hearted, smash hit production of Charles Dickens’ immortal classic A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic cleverly adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child). Filling the auditorium to the brim…

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Restaurant of the Week – Bancone

The first thing to know about Bancone, is that their pasta is pretty incredible. They are using the boundaries between traditional and modern contemporary –  think slow spicy pork tagliatelle & duck ravioli. We can also recommend their private dining, delivering large plates of deliciousness for intimate, laid back dining with friends and family.  They have three dining bars where…

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New Years Day Restaurants 2019

Some people dive into the icy sea on New Year’s Day. Some people don’t get up until the 2nd January!  May we suggest some middle ground? Whether you wake on the first morning of 2019 with a spring in your step, or are perhaps not feeling your best (we can’t think why), there’s nothing like a good brunch to shake…

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Event of the Week – Carols at The Royal Albert Hall

Celebrate Christmas with the BT Carols Concert! Monday 17th December 2018 Join in the festivities at The Royal Albert Hall as they welcome the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for this wonderful concert of festive delights. You can expect all your favourite carols, traditional sing-alongs, and even a sprinkling of stardust as we celebrate the Christmas season together. Hosted by BT sport presenters Clare Balding and Jake…

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