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A Tube map produced by TotallyMoney.com reveals that the average commuter will have to pay significantly more to shorten their journey - no surprises there, but the capital does still have a few bargains

BEAT THE STRIKES? NEW TUBE MAP COMPARES RENT VS JOURNEY TIME

With this morning’s tube strike causing chaos for many commuters and further planned strikes by Southern Rail set to compound the misery, many Londoners will surely be fantasising about owning a Zone 1 pied-à-terre so that they can simply walk to work. But how much would that set you back?

Greg Rusedski Champions Tour

WIN TICKETS TO SEE RUSEDSKI V SANTORO ON SATURDAY!

Win tickets to see Greg Rusedski play Fabrice Santoro in the Champions Tennis tournament at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 3 December 2016

See the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at The Horniman (photo: Surprised newt by Pekka Tuuri)

HORNIMAN MUSEUM LAUNCHES WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

Now that we all seem to have gone nature-nuts, there is no better time to take a trip to the Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill. The museum’s latest exhibition, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, showcases the beauty and diversity of the natural world, from frozen landscapes to surprised newts…

Daniel gamiche Interview

DANIEL GALMICHE’S NEW LONDON VENTURE AT THE GORE HOTEL

Daniel Galmiche has arrived at the quintessentially British Gore hotel, bringing with him four decades of experience and a simpler, less ornate approach to fine dining. The Resident discovers what he has in store for new guests at the luxurious restaurant

Albert's in South Kensington

IS ALBERT’S THE FUTURE OF CLUBBING IN LONDON?

London’s newest private member’s club, Albert’s in South Kensington, is run by the team behind Boujis, Mahiki and Raffles, but will it really revolutionise Kensington & Chelsea’s clubbing scene?

The gyms that celebrities go to

THE GYMS & CLASSES LONDON CELEBRITIES SWEAR BY

If London Fashion Week’s svelte supermodels or buff film stars parading about shirtless have inspired you to renew your fitness vows, then read on. Get lean, flexible and strong the way the LA set do with the London gyms and fitness programs behind the beautiful bodies of the A-list…

Heddon Street Kitchen's lolly pop-up

5 FABULOUS ICE-CREAM EXPERIENCES IN LONDON

Nobody likes a hot, sticky city, so keep your cool when the sun shines by heading to one of central London’s most fabulous summer ice-cream experiences…

Works of art from the Collection of Hubert de Givenchy were displayed in Paris in 2012

DEFINING BRITISH ART: 250 YEARS OF CHRISTIE’S

In 1766, James Christie opened his own sales rooms at 83-84 Pall Mall Street. This summer, Christie’s celebrates 250 years as one of the world’s leading auction houses with Defining British Art, a very special loan exhibition

The Renaissance of Venus, 1877 by Walter Crane, Tate (c) Tate, London 2015

RELEASE YOUR INNER BOTTICELLI WITH VENUS REBORN

The Kensington hotel and the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Botticelli Reimagined have teamed up to bring you Venus Reborn, a bespoke afternoon that starts with a visit to the exhibition, followed by a life drawing class at the Doyle Collection’s hotel

INSIDE SOUTH KENSINGTON’S BELOVED THE HOUR GLASS

One of South Kensington’s most beloved pubs, The Hour Glass, has had a makeover. Owners David Turcan and Luke Mackay, who are also behind Brompton Food Market, give us the low down on what it takes to get a much-loved pub back up and running

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