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Where to watch the boat race in Putney, Barnes and Hammersmith

Where to Watch The Boat Race

The best pubs, bars and places along the Thames to watch the Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race and soak up the atmosphere

58 Things To Do in London: March 2018

Things to do in London this March, from the Affordable Art Fair Battersea to Midcentury Modern in Dulwich and HOLI festival

London’s Best Mother’s Day Lunches, Brunches & Treats

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 11 March 2018, so make sure you spoil her rotten! The Resident picks out some of London’s top Mother’s Day treats…

International Women's Day in London: Check out WOW - Women of the World - at Southbank Centre

12 Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day in London

What a year to be a woman! Not only is it 100 years since Suffragettes won women the right to vote, women continue to shake things up, calling #TimesUp on sexual harassment, demanding equality and making sure all voices are heard. Bring on International Women’s Day then, which falls on Thursday 8 March 2018. Here’s where to celebrate in London  

Why Tooting is One of the World’s Coolest Neighbourhoods

Last year, Tooting in south London was named one of the top 10 must-see neighbourhoods in the world by Lonely Planet. The Resident asks some of the area’s movers and shakers, including Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, MP for Tooting, what makes this ‘hood so hip…

Where to watch the six nations rugby in London: Pubs showing the 6 nations rugby games

Where to Watch the Six Nations in London

The 6 Nations rugby tournament kicks off on Saturday 3 February 2018 with Wales v Scotland. No tickets? No problem. Here’s where to watch the 6 Nations in London… 

Bitcoin and fine arts: Eleesa Dadiani is championing the conversion of cryptocurrency into assets via fine art

Does BitCoin Have a Place in the Arts? Eleesa Dadiani Thinks So

BitCoin and fine art might not seem like natural bedfellows, but Eleesa Dadiani – owner of Dadiani Fine Art in Mayfair – is making great strides in these two seemingly paradoxical worlds

Competition: Win a Viking Mediterranean cruise with Greenwich Music Time festival

Win a Mediterranean Cruise with Viking & Greenwich Music Time

Greenwich Music Time festival is offering music fans the chance to win an eight-day cruise for two from Barcelona to Rome!

Carey Mulligan: ‘I May Have Taken It All Too Seriously Before’

Westminster-born actress Carey Mulligan on her new one-woman play, Girls & Boys, at the Royal Court, why she thinks she’ll never play a superhero and the challenges of filming while pregnant 

James Stewart: ‘I Signed Up For a Marathon When I Was Drunk’

James Stewart has made a name for himself since joining Heart Radio two years ago. As well as becoming a bit of a style icon and a regular frow at London Fashion Week, he even finds time to run laps around Clapham Common in preparation for a marathon… 

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