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North West London

BEN FOGLE’S ON HIS SCHOOL DAYS IN HAMPSTEAD & DORSET

TV presenter, writer and adventurer Ben Fogle reveals how Bryanston School inspired a passion that he never knew he had

7 of the best North West London pubs

7 OF THE BEST NORTH WEST LONDON PUBS

Want to drink and eat well in North West London? Mark Dredge, award-winning writer and beer consultant for Pilsner Urquell, picks out some of the best pubs with a NW postcode

Christmas with Melrose and Morgan

CHRISTMAS WITH MELROSE AND MORGAN GROCERY & KITCHEN

Melrose and Morgan grocery shop and kitchen is celebrating a decade in business in 2014 and the co-founders have published a new book that will inspire and make the likes of Christmas not so stressful Who hasn’t faced up to cooking Christmas dinner with more than a degree of trepidation? Thankfully, the likes of Ian […]

DAVID MITCHELL ON TECHNOLOGY, GLOBAL WARMING AND BEING PM

Comedian, actor and writer David Mitchell reflects on the overwhelming power of technology, global warming and the fate of our planet, and why he would hate to be Prime Minister for the day Technology is changing the way we interact. It’s sort of bizarre, the way it makes people both more communicative but even less […]

10 of the best butchers in London

10 OF THE BEST WEST LONDON BUTCHERS

Looking for a great steak, rib of beef, rack of lamb or something more exciting, like venison, grouse or partridge? Head to one of West London’s best butchers, who will find you the right cut of meat and even tell you how to cook it, writes Gabriella Werre HG Walter and Son, West Kensington Known […]

Eric Lanlard on the impact of The Great British Bake Off

ERIC LANLARD ON THE IMPACT OF THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF

It’s wonderful that TV shows like The Great British Bake Off have reinvigorated people’s passion for baking, but to reach the level of professional pâtissier takes hard work and training, writes Eric Lanlard I can still remember the time when book publishers and magazine editors would tell me that ‘baking and cake-making’ was not of […]

Indhu Rubasingham believes theatre is thriving in London, but sustaining it means that drama must not become a forgotten subject in our schools and beyond

INDHU RUBASINGHAM ON WHY THE ARTS CAN’T BE FORGOTTEN IN SCHOOLS

Indhu Rubasingham believes theatre is thriving in London, but sustaining it means that drama must not become a forgotten subject in our schools and beyond If I’d had to pay tuition fees at university, I’m pretty certain that my parents would not have been jumping for joy at my proposal to study drama. I now […]

Aaron Baghetti's Tilt Up to open

AARON BAGHETTI’S TILT UP EXHIBITION TO OPEN

North West London’s C99 Art Project is set to unveil Aaron Baghetti’s stunning photography exhibition, Tilt Up, opening on 26 June Tilt Up is an exhibition that is inspired by a collective feeling of global alienation. The work aims to stimulate individuals to acquire details outside of their visual range, to raise their gaze towards […]

Tennis events and Wimbledon-themed pop-ups to celebrate Wimbledon 2014

TASTY TENNIS TREATS FOR WIMBLEDON

As we wait with baited breath to see if Andy Murray can hold on to his Championship title, we turn our attention to other pressing issues like what Wimbledon-themed food are we going to eat?

The best swimming pools in London

FIVE OF LONDON’S TOP SWIMMING POOLS

Whether outdoor or in, London boasts a wealth of fantastic swimming pools for the beginner and expert alike. New book Swimming London, by Jenny Landreth, details the stand outs and here we pick out our five favourites

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