Quantcast









































  
  
  
  
  

    

    
    




Local People

The Deep is a key cultural attraction in Hull. Surely Islington has something similar?

ROSIE MILLARD ON WHY ISLINGTON SHOULD BE THE UK’S CITY OF CULTURE

Could Islington be the UK’s City of Culture? It may not be so far-fetched, says journalist, broadcaster and Islington resident, Rosie Millard

LE BOUCHON’S JEAN PHILIPPE-TESSIER ON BRINGING FINE FRENCH WINE TO BLACKHEATH

Meet Jean-Philippe Tessier, the man who has brought Parisian chic, good wine and real French food to Tranquil Vale, Blackheath

Jade Lally on her #RoadToRio

JADE LALLY: HURLING DISCUS FROM WIMBLEDON TO RIO

Ahead of competing at the Rio Olympics, Jade Lally, who discovered discus at Hercules Wimbledon Athletics Club, reflects on her bumpy #RoadToRio. From narrowly missing out on squad selection for London 2012 to funding cuts, Jade tells The Resisdent how she has battled her way through adversity

Adam Gemili's Road to Rio

ADAM GEMILI ON HIS RIO OLYMPICS MEDAL HOPES

The Resident meets Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Athletics Club member Adam Gemili on his #RoadToRio. The south east London sprinter talks about his experience at London 2012 and targeting medals at this summer’s Rio Olympics

Cox Zoe De Toledo makes Team GB

WEST LONDON’S ZOE DE TOLEDO ON HER ROAD TO RIO

West London resident and Team GB cox Zoe De Toledo on her #RoadToRio, her love for the Thames and getting her lucky break in rowing

Chains of Sand Author, Jemma Wayne

JEMMA WAYNE ON HER NEW CONFLICT INSPIRED NOVEL

North London author Jemma Wayne talks social politics, her new conflict-inspired book and her father Jeff Wayne’s ever present influence. She tells The Resident why she has taken a ‘show all angles’ approach wit her new novel, Chains of Sand…

Matt Barbet

CHANNEL 5’S MATT BARBET ON FITNESS, STYLE & THE CITY

Matt Barbet, host of The Saturday Show and 5 News Tonight, on the importance of a sharp suit, marathon training, preparing for the Tour of Britain and why London is the greatest city in the world

Oasis, photographed by Jill Furmanovsky

PHOTOGRAPHER JILL FURMANOVSKY ON PUNK HISTORY

Internationally renowned music photographer Jill Furmanovsky has photographed the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, The Clash and Led Zeppelin. With London celebrating 40 years of Punk this year, Furmanovsky considers the history of the punk

CROSSING THE THAMES: HOW THE DIAMOND JUBILEE BRIDGE WILL CONNECT BATTERSEA & FULHAM

This month, The Resident caught up with Jane Ellison, MP for Battersea, and award-winning architect Chris Medland to discuss the prospective Diamond Jubilee Bridge project ahead of London Rivers Week 2016…

Campo Viejo's floating wine bar took over Clapham Common last year

SPANISH FIESTA: CAMPO VIEJO’S FLOATING WINE BAR ON CLAPHAM COMMON

Claphamites are in for a treat this weekend as Campo Viejo’s ‘lake of colour’ floats into town until 12th June… Words: Madeleine Howell Don your shades (disclaimer – do also pack your umbrella), embrace that #FridayFeeling and prepare to enjoy a glass of Rioja or two in a rather unusual setting on Clapham Common’s Mount […]

Like what you see?

Sign up to The Resident newsletter for even more news, views and things to do in London, delivered direct to your inbox once a week