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Galentine's events in London: Take a friend for free to AYB Dance Studio in Elephant & Castle

Galentine’s, Palentine’s & Anti-Valentine’s Day Events in London

For those not quite feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, The Resident picks out the best ways to celebrate being single in London, from Galentine’s pampering to London Dungeon LATES and brunching with your pooch

Slices of Time opens at NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula on 5 February

15 Things to Do this Weekend in London: 8-9 February

The best things to do in London this weekend from learning the Japanese art of ikebana to watching England take on Scotland in the Six Nations at Twickenham Stadium

Valentine's Day menus in London: Ella Canta on Park Lane is offering up a Mexican Seduction menu

London’s Best Valentine’s Day Menus & Romantic Restaurants

From romantic oyster and champagne combos to vegan menus, beef Wellingtons to share and a Gatsby-themed cabaret with dinner, The Resident picks out some of London’s best Valentine’s Day menus

PandoraStar is the latest tech to help you achieve a deep meditative state in minutes

Can Technology Help You Achieve a Deep Meditative State in Minutes?

Tech is the enemy of a peaceful mind, they say. The blue-light glow of your phone wrecks your sleep. The perfect lives you see on Instagram leave you riddled with anxiety. But could we harness technology to help quieten the mind?  

Karaoke at Bunga Bunga, Battersea

Karaoke: Why We Love It & Where to Sing Your Heart Out in London

For some, the word alone is enough to make us shudder, but for others, it’s the perfect opportunity to let your inner Beyoncé take centre stage – whatever your views are on karaoke, you won’t be short for choice when it comes to picking a venue

Robata Japanese restaurant, Soho

Ad Feature Robata: Where to Eat London’s Best Japanese-Style Charcoal Grills

Japan has brought us some pretty cool stuff over the decades, from Super Nintendo to sushi and karate to karaoke. More recent imports include ikigai, ramen and robatayaki

Kew Orchid Festival opens this month, celebrating the orchids of Indonesia (photo: Jeff Eden)

55 Things to Do in London: February 2020

Brilliant things to do in February from Kew Gardens Orchid Festival to Alice’s Adventures Under Ground at Royal Opera House and the Wellness Summit 2020 in Canary Wharf

London’s Best New Restaurant & Bar Openings: January 2020

You’d think January would be a quiet month on the new openings front, but not in London, where no fewer than 25 new bars, restaurants and cafes are due to launch. Here’s The Resident’s pick of the bunch…

Chinese New Year 2020 is the Year of the Rat: Where to celebrate in London

Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in London

Chinese New Year kicks off on 25 January 2020 and it’s the year of the quick, clever rat. Where to celebrate? From all out festivals to special set menus, The Resident picks out some hotspots… 

Burns Night in London 2020: Burns Night Ceilidh at Cutty Sark, Greenwich

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 2020 celebrations. There’s whisky, poetry, pipers, haggis, cranachan and even a ceilidh or two

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