49 Things To Do in London: April 2019
The Resident’s pick of the best things to do in London in April 2019 from The Candlelight Club pop-up speakeasy to Pebblefest eco-friendly festival in Southwark and Christian Dior at V&A Museum in Kensington
10 of London’s Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Afternoon Teas
Who doesn’t love an afternoon tea? Woo your significant other with one of these indulgent high tea menus, featuring heart-shaped cakes, rose champagne and vegan options
London’s Most Expensive Streets Revealed
New research into the UK’s most expensive streets has revealed that nine of them are in London – no surprise there – but where are they, and what do they look like?
The Brexit Effect: London Property Market Predictions for 2019
There’s no getting around it: Brexit is taking its toll on the London property market. The Resident takes a look at the 2019 property market predictions by some of London top property professionals with insight on the sales and lettings markets, house price growth, new homes and international investment. But rest assured, it’s not all doom and gloom…
Which of London’s Boroughs is the Most Instagrammed?
London is one of the most photographed cities in the world, but which of the capital’s 33 boroughs is the most Instagrammed?
Where to Watch the London Marathon
The London Marathon is one of the greatest races on earth. But where to watch? The Resident reveals the best spectator spots and pubs along the route, as well as busy spots to avoid
How Safe is Your Borough? London’s Breakout Crime Hotspots
What are London’s most dangerous boroughs? The spike in crime rates in London this year has left many with concerns. Is my borough safe? And will house prices fall in London’s new ‘crime hotspots’? A new survey reveals all…
9 of the Best Easter Egg Hunts in London
From The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace and Fenwick of Mayfair to The Goring Hotel and Battersea Park Children’s Zoo, The Resident picks out the best Easter Egg Hunts in London.
9 Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare Week in London
Shakespeare Week is upon us, running from 12-18 March 2018, so The Resident picks out 9 ways to celebrate the Bard in everything from cocktails to afternoon tea and an interactive performance of Julius Caesar
CHARLOTTE RITCHIE TREADS THE BOARDS IN THE PHILANTHROPIST
Charlotte Ritchie joins The Inbetweeners’ Simon Bird in The Philanthropist at Trafalgar Studios. Here, she tells us about her roles in Fresh Meat, Call the Midwife, and where it all started at James Allen’s Girls’ School