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Battersea's best restaurants: The Breakfast Club

THIS SUMMER’S TOP NEW RESTAURANT OPENINGS

Whoever said that the city shuts down over the summer was wrong, at least when it comes to restaurants. London’s top restaurateurs have been extremely busy, while we’ve been sunning ourselves. Here are July and August’s hottest restaurant openings in your local neighbourhood Wine & Charcuterie (W.C), Clapham A 100-year-old former public convenience, under Clapham […]

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge London SW1X 7RL

LONDON’S BEST OUTDOOR POOLS

An outdoor swimming pool is the only place to be during hot city summers and luckily London is full of them. Here’s our pick of the best swimming pools in your local neighbourhoods, from Tooting to Hampstead  The Berkeley, Knightsbridge The Berkeley’s stylish outdoor pool with its views across Hyde Park has always been a popular place […]

What difference will an independent education make for your child?

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION: MORE THAN AN ACADEMIC INVESTMENT

The new headmistress of Bromley High School, Angela Drew, describes why investing in an independent school for your child isn’t just an investment in their academic development but also their physical, cultural, social and moral character “We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our […]

The Tommyfield in Kennington opens six stunning hotel rooms

KENNINGTON’S NEW BOUTIQUE HOTEL

The Tommyfield in Kennington Cross has officially gone up in the world with the opening of six stunning hotel rooms above the much-loved pub

London's best foodie pop-up restaurants this summer

THIS SUMMER’S FOODIE POP-UPS

From secret dinners in undisclosed locations, to a Scottish knees up in a warehouse, here are this summer’s best pop-up restaurants in London

Ben Nicholson, 1928, Cornwall (courtesy Dulwich Picture Gallery)

FIVE SOUTH LONDON SUMMER ART SHOWS

From Camberwell College of Arts graduates to renowned international sculptors, south London offers up plenty for the art buff to browse this summer

St Julians Farm Road, one bedroom house, KFH

CONVERTED STABLE IN WEST NORWOOD

This unusual and stylishly-decorated home in West Norwood has an interesting history. Built around 1890, the property was originally used as a stables for the house next door. When the current owners bought the house in 2007 it was still being used for commercial purposes and they set about converting it into the home it […]

FASHION THAT’S A WORLD CUP FIT

South east London-based fashion designer Maddy McIndoe launches her first collection this June Inspired by her adventures in the Amazonian, the hand-drawn prints of tropical wildlife have been applied to natural fabrics, cut in easy-to-wear shapes. A perfect fit for the World Cup fever currently sweeping Brazil – and the globe – the new range […]

Contemporary Dance at Watch This Space

NATIONAL THEATRE TOURS SOUTH LONDON FESTIVALS

  This year the National Theatre’s WATCH THIS SPACE Festival packs its bags and heads out on tour, taking some of the best free outdoor entertainment around south London from 27 June until 27 July Throughout July and August, the festival hub will be at St John’s Church on Waterloo Roundabout, with dancers, musicians, aerialists, […]

The London Festival of Architecture

LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE

The London Festival of Architecture is a month-long, city-wide celebration of architectural innovation across the capital. The Resident picks seven of the best south London events The Garden Bridge Project  26 June In their first joint public talk, Thomas Heatherwick and Dan Pearson Pearson discuss the concepts behind London’s first Garden Bridge with actress and […]

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