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Lodnon's bets alfresco cinemas: Rooftop Film Club at Roof East, Stratford

London’s Best Outdoor Cinemas

London’s best outdoor cinema pop-ups screening films everywhere from Crystal Palace to Kensington Palace and Crouch End to Greenwich Peninsula, plus London’s only floating cinema at St Katherine Docks

London's blue plaque homes: The former home of Impressionist artist Lucien Pissarro is for sale in west London

Rare 18th Century Blue Plaque Property For Sale in West London

The former home of Impressionist artist Lucien Pissarro has just gone on sale. The property has a purpose-built artist’s studio and one of London’s most admired markers of greatness – an English Heritage blue plaque 

London's best rooftop terrace bars: The Tanqueray No. TEN Tea Garden at Yauatcha City is inspired by a Chinese garden

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 picked more than 58 of the best rooftop bars and terraces for outdoor grazing and cocktails

Things to do in London in June: See dip by Max Calaf Sevé as part of GDIF 2018

41 Things to Do in London: June 2018

Things to do in London in June 2018, from fantastic alfresco festivals like LIFT, GDIF, Taste of London and Summer by the River, to the London Festival of Architecture and Ken Watanabe in The King & I

Tokio Myers interview: The Britain's Got Talent winner on growing up in west London and making classical music cool

Tokio Myers: The Britain’s Got Talent Winner Who Reinvented Classical Music

Tokio Myers changed the way we look at classical music. He trained at Royal College of Music, grew up in west London and won Britain’s Got Talent 2017. Now, he’s taking his sound global

London Children's Book Project: How to help children who can't afford to buy books

How to Get Behind the London Children’s Book Project

Books can offer an escape to another world and ignite the imagination. One person who understands the importance of reading for young children is researcher Liberty Venn, who set up the London Children’s Book Project to help more children get reading

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

London's best vegetarian restaurants: Maple and Fitz

35 of the Best Vegetarian Restaurants in London

Make your #MeatFreeMonday a 24/7 thing with The Resident’s pick of the best vegetarian restaurants in north, south, east, west and central London 

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!

Heather Small of M People goes solo: Interview with The Resident magaine

M People’s Heather Small on Going Solo & Life in West London

Heather Small, the lead singer of M People with the big vocals, is back and in the midst of a solo tour. Here, she tells The Resident how growing up in Ladbroke Grove in the 70s gave her drive

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