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11 ways to treat your dog

11 WAYS TO TREAT YOUR DOG

Londoners love their dogs – as Dog Day Afternoon in Marylebone on 25 April 2015 will highlight – but sometimes it’s hard to think of ways to repay them for their unwavering love and loyalty. Well, we have found 11 ways to really pamper your pooch in London – with a little indulgence for you, […]

Scotch and Soda, Southbank acrobatics

7 OF THE BEST GROWN-UP PLAYGROUNDS

One of the downfalls of adulthood is giving up the childhood pursuit of getting together a group of friends to play games. But who’s to say you can’t? Here’s our pick of 7 arcades, bars and events where you can re-live your youth and not act your age  Scotch & Soda, Southbank  These daredevil Australian acrobats are […]

13 highlights for Clerkenwell Design Week 2015

13 TO SEE AT CLERKENWELL DESIGN WEEK

It’s just over a month until the sixth Clerkenwell Design Week returns from 19-21 May. Hot off the press, here are 13 things you simply can’t miss when London’s design hub is celebrated once again WordPlay Monotype will host WordPlay, an outdoor showcase of type design. With six locations around Clerkenwell, Monotype will use a […]

Secret 7" at Somerset House

10 RECORD STORE DAY 2015 HIGHLIGHTS

Now in its eighth year, Record Store Day brings together hundreds of record stores and vinyl lovers across the UK in one day of cultural celebration on Saturday April 18. This year, Foo Fighters’ front man, Dave Grohl, has been named official ambassador. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to be and things […]

The Sound of Music at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. Photo by David Jensen

THE BEST OF THE OPEN-AIR THEATRES’ LINE-UP 2015

What to see in London’s open air theatres this summer. See the best outdoor shows this season at landmark London venues including Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe and Opera Holland Park  Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre London’s award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is home to four performances – and 140,000 people – each year between May and September. The […]

The Twits

THE TWITS OPENS AT THE ROYAL COURT

Roald Dahl’s grisly characters from The Twits are to take the stage at the Royal Court from 7 April – 31 May 2015 with an adapted script by Enda Walsh The world of Roald Dahl is populated by plenty of magnificently awful characters. In recent years some of the worst, including the spoilt brats that […]

Unusual things to do with local experts in London

9 UNUSUAL THINGS TO DO IN LONDON

Travel company Trip4Real originally launched in Barcelona, pairing tourists with locals to give them a unique experience when in their city. Having found success in Spain, the company is now setting its sights on London, Paris, Rome and Lisbon. Here its experts picks out 9 of the most unusual activities for tourists and Londoners alike  Creative […]

Rabbits at Stepney City Farm

9 OF THE BEST CITY FARMS IN LONDON

If you’re spending Easter in London, visit one of the capital’s brilliant city farms where you can pet animals, watch beekeepers, ride ponies, eat local produce and support local wildlife habitats Mudchute Park and Farm Children of all ages will love Mudchute Park and Farm. Not only is it the ultimate playground – a 32-acre […]

Laura Oldfield Ford ‘TQ3382: Tweed House, Teviot Street’ at The Fine Art Society

LONDON’S 10 BIGGEST ART EXHIBITIONS IN APRIL

April’s line up of art exhibitions includes Avant Garde works from Sonia Delauney and rare signed sketches by L.S. Lowry. Next month, London’s galleries and museums are hosting some seriously exciting artists   Ghosts, How We Live in the Future, The Fine Art Society Six contemporary artists use London to explore what it may look like after […]

What's on in London in April, art exhibitions, theatre and events

WHAT’S ON IN LONDON IN APRIL: 30 THINGS TO DO

There’s a lot to do in London this April, so much so that we’ve managed to find you an activity for every day of the month. Get your diaries out and start planning what you’re going to do in this grand city in spring All Of This Belongs To You, V&A 1 April – 19 July […]

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