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59 Things To Do in London: March 2018

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

Things to do in London this weekend: The Jorge Pardo Installation at Victoria Miro gallery (©Jorge Pardo, courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London / Venice)

15 Things to Do This Weekend

Our top 15 things to do in London this weekend including Collect at Saatchi Gallery, Dream On at the V&A, David Milne at Dulwich Picture Gallery and more

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!

Original Valentine's Day date ideas in London: Champagne climb Up at The O2, North Greenwich

10 Original Valentine’s Day Date Ideas for Londoners

Original Valentine’s Day date ideas in London, from climbing the O2 to dinner cruises and even a helicopter tour of London

London's best Valentine's menus: Tuyo, Broadway Market

London’s Best Valentine’s Day Menus

From romantic oyster and champagne combos to vegan menus, detox menus, red meat for the red blooded and even a cheese-lover’s dream, The Resident picks out some of London’s best Valentine’s Day menus…

Greenwich Market Pancake Day Races

7 of London’s Most Fun Pancake Day Races

Shrove Tuesday falls on 13 February 2018 this year, so warm up your frying pans and get ready for some of London’s most fun Pancake Day races

Lazarus Theatre, Greenwhich Theatre, Edward II

Lazarus Theatre Company Reinvents the Classics for Greenwich Residency

Ricky Dukes, creative director of Lazarus Theatre Company, is excited about his year-long residency at Greenwich Theatre. And with a production of Lord of the Flies that questions gender roles due to open in March, so are we…

Celebrate Chinese New Year at Hutong, London

13 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year in London

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year in London – The Resident’s top 13 places to celebrate the Year of the Dog

The Old Royal Naval College is just one of Greenwich's many charms (photo: Pixabay)

Why Greenwich is London’s Friendliest Borough

Londoners may have earned themselves a reputation for being surly – no talking on the tube, thank you – but Greenwich was recently voted as London’s friendliest borough in a survey by Vivo Property, and here’s why

The Bloomsbury Club Bar is hosting a Burns Night party with Talisker Whisky cocktails and Scottish dishes

Where to Celebrate Burns Night in London

Toast the spirit of Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns, with some of London’s best Burns Night celebrations on Thursday 25 January. There’s haggis, neeps and tatties galore, whisky a plenty and even a ceilidh or two…

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