Wandsworth

5 OF THE BEST KITCHENS IN SOUTH WEST LONDON

We’ve been lusting over properties with beautiful kitchens in south west London, including a loft-style apartment with a private roof terrace on St John’s Hill and a gorgeous Victorian flat in Munster Village. It’s the heart of the home, after all…

11 QUIRKY WAYS TO HAVE EASTER HOLIDAY FUN IN LONDON

From London’s coolest Easter Egg Hunt to a Doggy Easter Treat Hunt, London is brimming with original and fun Easter holiday activities for all the family, grown ups included. So for Easter baking classes, theatre and outdoor adventures, read on…

Sensational butterflies at the Natural History Museum

6 FUN FAMILY EASTER ACTIVITIES IN SOUTH WEST LONDON

Looking for ideas to keep the kids entertained over the Easter holidays? The Resident has six great ideas for family fun and games over Easter in South West London…

Valentina, Lavender Hill

RESTAURANT REVIEW: VALENTINA, LAVENDER HILL

Discover Valentina restaurant, Lavender Hill’s top spot for a decadent Italian lunch with friends…

beer

8 OF THE BEST PLACES FOR A BEER IN SW LONDON

Has beer ever been so popular? The rise of craft beer and independent breweries means there’s a host of brilliant places to get a good beer in South West London. The Resident picks out the best breweries, pubs, bars, shops and tap rooms…

Breakfast in Bed

5 VALENTINE’S DATE IDEAS IN SOUTH WEST LONDON

Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, so here’s our pick of the best and most unusual day date ideas from Wandsworth to Wimbledon

Banham headquarters

BANHAM CHAIRMAN CHARLES HALLATT ON KEEPING LONDON HOMES SECURE

FEATURED PROMOTION Charles Hallatt, the chairman of the Banham security group, shares the secret to the family-run company’s success  Banham has had a major presence in London since it launched the 1920s. What is the key to its longevity? My grandfather William F Banham founded the business in 1926 when he invented the first automatic […]

Ekachai serves dishes from Thailand, Malaysia and Hong Kong

SOUTH WEST LONDON’S FOOD NEWS: NOVEMBER 2015

Food writer Sudi Pigott gives her verdict on new food arrivals Foxlow, on Bedford Hill, and Toast Rack, on Wandsworth Common New look for Trinity A thrilling art deco-ish makeover at Adam Byatt’s Trinity restaurant means it is more elegant than ever with its new open kitchen, soft jade green and pink colour scheme with […]

Orpheus, by Little Bulb Theatre, 2013, photo by James Allan

BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE CELEBRATES 15 YEARS OF SCRATCH

David Jubb, Artistic Director of Battersea Arts Centre, tells Kat Hopps about Scratch’s pioneering art form and why the arts organisation has forged a cultural partnership with Battersea Power Station It’s been a turbulent year for Battersea Arts Centre [BAC] following a fire in March, but the cultural hub is once more making headlines for […]

Frieze London

5 ART SHOWS IN LONDON THIS OCTOBER

Art lovers rejoice, October 2015 is full to the brim with art shows, art fairs and artists’ open studios in London Frieze London For art lovers, the world-famous contemporary art fair, Frieze London, is well worth a visit this October. Taking place in Regent’s Park from 14 to 17 October, Frieze will showcase art from […]

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