Money in the Banksy

A collection of 30 Banksy prints owned by the English gallery owner, Steve Lazarides, former agent of the celebrated graffiti artist, was auctioned as part of Founded 1793, the contemporary art event held at Bonhams, New Bond Street on 28 January 2015. The works sold in a flurry of bids,...

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Burns night at Marco Grill

All over the world Scots gathered together on Friday 23rd to celebrate Burns Night, the birthday of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns. This year because our Dining Out editor was stuck in Goa, an invitation was extended to me to experience the festivities first hand at Marco Grill.  The...

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Thamesbrook sell-off will put ‘unbearable’ strain on local hospitals

Local NHS services are set to be stretched to breaking point if RBKC Council’s ‘preferred’ fate for Thamesbrook nursing home goes through. The Council are keen to sell off the prime Chelsea property which currently provides 56 nursing home beds. In a step that Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Today predicted...

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No offence, but…

A vicar was booking into a hotel. “I hope,” he said to the concierge, “the porn on the TV is disabled.” “Nah,” replied the man at the desk, “it’s just the normal stuff you filthy pervert.” Now, there’s bound to be a few, maybe some Christians, the ability challenged, people...

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Don’t Wait to Donate

The fight against cancer has a new weapon in its arsenal allowing members of the public to donate money to the cause with the tap of a card. The Cancer Research UK Kensington store will be one of the first places in the world to test  the new technology, allowing...

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