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The Who will perform TOMMY at Royal Albert Hall

40 THINGS TO DO IN LONDON: MARCH 2017

Things to do in London in March 2017: The best arts and culture from the Affordable Art Fair to Midcentury Modern and The Who

See The Beatles Unseen: Photographs by David Magnus at Proud Chelsea in March

UNSEEN PHOTOS OF THE BEATLES SET TO GO ON DISPLAY AT PROUD CHELSEA

Proud Chelsea is set to launch unseen photographs of The Beatles in March. Here, the man behind the lens, David Magnus, talks The Resident through a weekend with the Fab Four that he’ll never forget…

Swingers: Lighthouse from 10th hole

10 ACTIVITIES FOR A RAINY DAY IN LONDON

Looking for things to do when it’s raining in London? From crazy golf or a brewery tour at Fuller’s to a history lesson at west London café The Troubadour or a mooch about Greenwich Market, there are a myriad of indoor activities to try

Diana: Her Fashion Story opens at Kensington Palace

DIANA: HER FASHION STORY OPENS AT KENSINGTON PALACE

Twenty years since the death of one of our most iconic figures in recent history, Diana, Princess of Wales, a new exhibition, Diana: Her Fashion Story opens at Kensington Palace in celebration of her remarkable life

Darcey likes to keep dancing even in retirement

DARCEY BUSSELL TALKS STRICTLY, FITNESS AND EDUCATION

Diverse Dance Mix by Darcey Bussell is all about making dancing fun and accessible. So, yes, you really can dance like Darcey…

Treat mum to cheese and bubbly at Champagne & Fromage

37 WAYS TO TREAT MUM THIS MOTHER’S DAY

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 26 March in 2017. The Resident picks out 37 ways to spoil mum rotten in central, north, south east, south west and west London…

The London Classic Car Show comes to ExCel in February 2017

SEE THE PERFECT 10 AT THE LONDON CLASSIC CAR SHOW

The ‘perfect 10’ of classic cars and 70 years of Ferrari road cars will take centre stage when The London Classic Car Show opens on 23 February 2017

Louise Candlish on the trials and tribulations of pancake day

LOUISE CANDLISH: THE PANCAKE DAY STRUGGLE IS REAL

Novelist and SW Resident columnist Louise Candlish flips out about Pancake Day – 13 years of motherhood, and those delicious spheres of batter continue to elude her…

Meet President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters Ian Cryer at a special event at M1 Fine Arts

MEET IAN CRYER, MASTER OF OIL, AT M1 FINE ART GALLERY

M1 Fine Art in Greenwich, together with The Resident, is hosting a special, one-off event where you can meet Master of Oil Ian Cryer as he paints a live portrait in the gallery…

WHY SW12 IS THE HOTTEST PLACE TO BE

What is it that has transformed Balham from a sleepy suburb with ‘that pub with the comedy nights in the back room’ (god bless The Bedford) into one of London’s most desirable areas?

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