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Palentines Day: Eat Your Heart Out immersive party at The Vaults, Waterloo

10 of the Best Anti-Valentine’s Day Events for Single Londoners

For those not quite feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, The Resident picks out the best ways to celebrate being single in London, from Galentine’s pampering to London Dungeon LATES

Zip Now London, the world’s longest and fastest city zip line, returns for summer 2018

3 Exciting New Speed Dating Experiences in London

The term ‘speed dating’ can strike fear into the (broken) hearts of the most outgoing Londoner, but with these exciting new dating events, you’ll have a great time whether you find love or not…

Things to do with kids this Easter: WrestleMania at Kidzania London

26 Fun Things to Do with Kids in London this Easter

The kids break up for the Easter holidays on or around Thursday 29 March 2018, and won’t be back to school until Monday 16 April 2018 – that’s two whole weeks to keep them entertained! The Resident picks out some of London’s most fun things to do for families this Easter

Where to play bingo in London: The Social Bingo Academy

The Bingo Revolution: London’s Coolest Bingo Games

Bingo is having a bit of a moment. While Gala Bingo in Tooting is the Mecca – no brand name pun intended – of all bingo halls in London, younger, fresher faces are putting their own contemporary oh-so-Shoreditch spin on the glorious game

London 2018 property market forecast: White City Living

How the Night Tube Is Affecting Property Prices

Night owls who like to party could be sitting pretty if they own a property near one of London’s night tubes…

NEW COVENT GARDEN MARKET PLANS TO LAUNCH FOOD QUARTER

New Covent Garden Market may have a new location, but it continues to supply some of London’s biggest restaurants and venues with the largest selection of fresh produce and flowers going. In 2024, the market also plans to open a new Food Quarter. The Resident finds out more…

THE CULTURAL EVOLUTION OF NINE ELMS’ GALLERY QUARTER

Nine Elms is in the midst of the biggest central London building project since the Great Fire. Trish Lesslie investigates the dramatic changes in progress in the area…

Control Freaks

FLOAT YOUR WAY TO LOWER STRESS LEVELS

It’s hard to switch off when you live in a big city as fast paced as London, and research has shown that our salience networks are in overdrive. Our salience what? Co-founder of The Floatworks in Vauxhall, Edward Hawley, explains…

LONDON’S NEW URBAN VILLAGES: WHERE TO INVEST?

London’s knack of reinventing itself appears limitless as new urban villages are fast springing up in iconic locations both north and south of the river, reshaping the capital for the 21st century. But where should you invest?

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VAUXHALL STREET FOOD GARDEN RETURNS

Vauxhall Street Food Garden re-opens in the south London neighbourhood with a changing stream of street food vendors and cocktail bars Every year Vauxhall sees 30 million people pass by its train station and for a long time there was little reason to visit the area (apart from a few renowned clubs and bars and […]

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