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9 Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare Week in London

Shakespeare Week is upon us, running from 12-18 March 2018, so The Resident picks out 9 ways to celebrate the Bard in everything from cocktails to afternoon tea and an interactive performance of Julius Caesar

London walks: Neal's Yard, Covent Garden

What If We Walked: 3 Hidden Areas of London to Explore on Foot

Luke and Nell, the slow travel bloggers behind What if We Walked, pick three of their lesser known nooks, crannies and hidden alleyways of London to explore on foot

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London’s Best Baking Classes

From a masterclass in how to make sourdough bread to perfecting French patisserie favourites, here are six brilliant baking classes on offer around the capital

Where to go in London after midnight. Bars, restaurants and clubs that are open late

LONDON’S BEST NIGHT CLUBS & LATE-OPENING BARS

New York might be the city that never sleeps, but late-night London is pretty bustling too – especially since the launch of the Night Tube. The Resident picks out some of the capital’s top night clubs and late-open bars for discerning night owls 

24 Hours of Winter Wellbeing in St Martin’s Courtyard & Seven Dials

Wellbeing holidays are wonderful, but rare. Stay healthy in between the wellness breaks with a day dedicated to a cleaner, leaner, healthier lifestyle in central London. The Resident spent a day breakfasting, yoga-ing and scoping out the latest buys in St Martin’s Courtyard and Seven Dials… 

London's best pre-theatre menus: Hotel Cafe Royal's smoked duck and fois gras salad

London’s Best Pre-Theatre Menus

Off to the theatre? Don’t settle for a quick bite or a naff sandwich beforehand… The Resident sets you up for a night of excellence with our pick of London’s best pre-theatre menus

The Ivy restaurant, London, celebrates its 100th anniversary as one of London's most famous restaurants

How The Ivy Became London’s Most Famous Restaurant

When it launched, The Ivy had paper napkins on the tables and no alcohol licence. In celebration of its 100th birthday, The Ivy director, Fernando Peire, takes us behind the scenes of one of London’s most famous restaurants and celebrity haunts

Where to celebrate 4th July in London: The Blues Kitchen

WHERE TO CELEBRATE 4TH OF JULY IN LONDON

Where to celebrate the 4th of July in London: Celebrate like an American with London’s best Independence Day menus, BBQs, cocktails and hot dog or rib eating competitions

Restaurant review: Cafe Pacifico, Covent Garden

RESTAURANT REVIEW: CAFE PACIFICO, COVENT GARDEN

Many moons ago before the invention of Wahaca, the only way Londoners could get an authentic taste of Mexican food was to fly straight to Mexico or indulge themselves on a trip to the States. Then one day a bright spark launched Café Pacifico in Covent Garden…

Jacob's launches Cracker Restaurant in London

LONDON GOES CRACKERS FOR NEW JACOB’S POP UP RESTAURANT

If you thought the cereal cafe was a bit nuts, it seems Londoners have officially gone crackers, or at least that’s what Jacob’s will be hoping, when it launches the world’s first Cracker Restaurant at the end of June

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