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25 Things to Do in London During May Bank Holiday Weekend

Things to do in London during the 2018 May Bank Holiday weekends, from a party on Peckham Rye to a Spanish festival on the South Bank and a special screening of the original 2001: A Space Odyssey

RICS Awards winners, London:

Finsbury Park Development Named RICS London Project of the Year

54 of London’s most impressive property schemes battled it out to win London Project of the Year at the 2018 RICS Awards, but it was a development in Finsbury Park that took top honours

Where to watch the Royal wedding: Try The Sipping Room's Meghan Sparkles cocktail at West India Quay

25 Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding in London

Who doesn’t love a wedding? If your invitation to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got lost in the post, no worries, London is hosting plenty of Royal wedding parties that are as good as being there!

Things to do in London in May: See the Northern Ballet’s adaptation of Jane Eyre at Sadler’s Wells (photo: Guy Farrow)

49 Things to Do In London: May 2018

Things to do in London in May 2018 from the Urban Village Fete on Greenwich Peninsula to Dulwich Festival, Chelsea Flower Show and the London Saxophone Festival

London's best alfresco dining terraces: The Gin Physic Garden at Granary Square Brasserie

London’s Best Rooftop Bars & Alfresco Terraces

Summer in London is one of those wonderful things – a rare glimpse of the sun and everybody gets alfresco fever! The parks are full, the shorts are on and every pub garden is packed. The Resident has put together a list of 58 of the best rooftop bars and terraces for outdoor grazing and cocktails

Free food and special offers for London Marathon runners

15 Free Food & Drink Offers for London Marathon Runners

London Marathon rolls around again on Sunday 22 April 2018. The average Marathon runner will burn between 2,900 and 3,500 calories on the 26.2 mile route, so a good feed post-run is essential! Check out this year’s foodie freebies for Marathon runners…

How safe is London? With crime on the rise in London, which are the most dangerous and safest boroughs, and how will it affect house prices?

How Safe is Your Borough? London’s Breakout Crime Hotspots

What are London’s most dangerous boroughs? The spike in crime rates in London this year has left many with concerns. Is my borough safe? And will house prices fall in London’s new ‘crime hotspots’? A new survey reveals all… 

London's best late-night restaurants and 24 hour restaurants for those who liek to eat late

London’s Best Late Night Dining

Sometimes there is nothing better than digging into a plate of scrumptious food in the middle of the night. From proper restaurants and classic diners to cosy cafes and legendary takeaway, The Resident picks out the 7 places to get your 3am foodie fix…

London's best rooftop bars: Skylight returns for its second summer season

Skylight Announces its Summer Rooftop Season

Dare to dream of summer, Londoners, Skylight at Tobacco Dock has announced its second sun-filled season, set to launch on 3 May 2018!

Things to do in London this weekend: Cloth spinning at Circus Abyssinia

49 Things To Do in London: April 2018

Things to do in London in April 2018, from the Festival for Muslim culture, literature and ideas at the British Library, to Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams at Southbank and Global Citizen Live London at O2 Academy in Brixton with Emeli Sandé, Professor Green, and Naughty Boy

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