Danish Pizzeria arrives at Battersea Power Station with a bang

Danish Pizzeria arrives at Battersea Power Station with a bang

On Saturday 29th, Mother Pizza opened their first UK location at the Battersea Power Station. People queued in the rain throughout the day for their first taste of the Danish company’s free pizza slice handouts. Owner David Biffani said they had prepared for 2,000 pizzas. It may not have been...

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Previously unseen Grima ring comes to market in pop up auction

Previously unseen Grima ring comes to market in pop up auction

Andrew Grima, a revolutionary jewellery designer who came to prominence in the 1960s, is known for his naturalistic forms, incredible textured metals and statement designs. He is the only jeweller to have been awarded the Duke of Edinburgh Prize for Elegant Design and his service to industry was recognised with The Queen’s Award...

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Kurobuta: Japanese junk food meets high end dining

Kurobuta: Japanese junk food meets high end dining

  When it comes to Pan-Asian fine-dining, London has been stuck in something of a rut. The trail initially blazed by high-end tastemakers such as Nobu, Buddha Bar and Zuma has become increasingly homogenised to the point where most high-end Pan-Asian restaurants are effectively interchangeable: The same quasi-hotel lobby chic...

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Vineet Bhatia London

Vineet Bhatia London

“This is certainly homey” is the joke that occurs when stepping into Vineet Bhatia London, a restaurant concealed inside a handsome (and doubtlessly eye-gougingly expensive) townhouse just off King’s Road, frustratingly for my inner Borscht-Belt comedian however the food on offer is anything but a joke. Vineet Bhatia London is...

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Prudential RideLondon on July 30 – Event, traffic and travel information

Prudential RideLondon on July 30 – Event, traffic and travel information

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic takes place on Sunday 30 July. Now building up to its 6th edition, it has become the UK’s premier one-day race. First run in 2011 as a test event for the London 2012 Olympics road race the following year, the inaugural edition was won by Mark...

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ETRUSCA: A fresh approach for an emerging auction

ETRUSCA: A fresh approach for an emerging auction

A new type of Auction is coming to the streets of Chelsea this summer. More auction luxury yacht than auction house, their pop up model travels in style. Working along side galleries, exhibition spaces and other Arts institutions, ETRUSCA is tying together the high street shopper and the high end...

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New York State of Mind

New York State of Mind

New York is one of those cities that exists as much as an idea of itself as a literal physical place. People who will never travel further than the edge of the village in which they were born will have a firm mental image of towering skyscrapers, angry cab drivers...

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Absolutely and Hövding Join Forces to Improve London Courier Cycling Safety

Absolutely and Hövding Join Forces to Improve London Courier Cycling Safety

Today, Absolutely, one of the oldest courier companies in the UK, has announced a new safety initiative in collaboration with Hövding, the airbag for cyclists. This is the first partnership of its kind and will make cycle couriers at Absolutely the best protected in London. With couriers spending up to 10 hours...

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Westminster Abbey unveils programme of free family events

Westminster Abbey unveils programme of free family events

Westminster Abbey is opening its doors this summer with a season of games, crafts and tours for families in the beautiful setting of College Garden. With a huge swathe of activities from Knight’s School to art courses, Westminster Abbey’s activities have something for every family. Places are free, but should...

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Sunshine and potatoes

Sunshine and potatoes

The Chelsea Flower Show took place on 23rd – 27th May this year and it was absolutely roasting, the humans trapped inside full body tree suits posed a serious safety concern should their perspiration slide them right off their stilts. They can’t have been the only hired entertainment on the...

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