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EDWARD FOX ON HIS RETURN TO THE WEST END FOR A ONE MAN SHOW

Edward Fox on his new one-man show – Sand in the Sandwiches – centered on the life of former poet laureate John Betjeman

London's most creative new cocktails: The Blind Pig, Soho

LONDON’S MOST CREATIVE NEW SPRING COCKTAILS

The advent of spring has inspired a flurry of creative new cocktails. The Resident picks out the most impressive at some of London’s top bars…

Gull's Egg

TOM PARKER BOWLES ON HIS TOP TWO SPRING INGREDIENTS

Our food columnist Tom Parker Bowles on spring’s must-have ingredients – gull’s eggs and asparagus – and how best to eat them

Shackfuyu's Monday Boozy Brunch

SHACKFUYU LAUNCHES BOTTOMLESS BOOZY MONDAY BRUNCH

Weekends are never long enough, but now you can keep the good times rolling with Shackfuyu’s new Boozy Monday Brunch. Just be sure to square it with your boss

London's best single-dish restaurants: Bubbledogs serves champagne and hotdogs

10 OF LONDON’S BEST SINGLE DISH RESTAURANTS

The single-dish restaurant is having a moment. The Resident picks out London’s top 10 restaurants that specialise in doing just one thing, from cheese to eggs and the new Beanz Meanz Heinz pop-up

Gary Barlow on his new musical The Girls and life in Notting Hill (photo: Rex Features)

GARY BARLOW ON NOTTING HILL AND HIS WEST END MUSICAL, THE GIRLS

Notting Hill local Gary Barlow has crafted yet another musical masterpiece and, for the first time in his songwriting career, it has hit the West End. Here, he tells The Resident about teaming up with Tim Firth to write The Girls and how Notting Hill inspires him

Henry Holand takes over interior design a The Hoxton, Holborn

FASHION DESIGNER HENRY HOLLAND TAKES OVER AT THE HOXTON

Henry Holland takes over The Hoxton in Holborn to showcase his latest interiors range in collaboration with Habitat

A police raid on a queer venue in Fitzroy Square, 1927, from The National Archives collection

QUEER CITY: THE STORY OF SOHO’S CLANDESTINE LGBTQ+ SPACES

Queer City: London Club Culture 1918-1967, is a unique collaboration between the National Trust and The National Archives to recreate ‘London’s most bohemian rendezvous’ at Freud Café-Bar in Soho

Bowles says this year all eyes are on the chef

TOM PARKER BOWLES: 2017’S HOTTEST NEW RESTAURANT OPENINGS

If 2016 was the year that excess returned to London eating (the splendidly over-the-top Sexy Fish, the rather underwhelming Park Chinois), then 2017 sees the return of the big chefs, according to The Resident’s food columnist, Tom Parker Bowles

Bonnie Gull is offering up plenty of whisky at their bar on Burns Night

RESTAURANT REVIEW: BONNIE GULL SEAFOOD SHACK, SOHO

Looking for a great place to eat out in January that’s not forcing earth bowls down your neck but, at the same time, isn’t a calorie laden burger pop-up? Try the new branch of Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack in Soho

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