£2M restored Fitzrovia Chapel unveiled at open house London 2015

The beautifully restored Fitzrovia Chapel will be unveiled to the public for the very first time at Open House London (19th & 20th September 2015), following the completion of a £2m + restoration by Fitzroy Place’s developers Exemplar and Aviva Investors. The free event, celebrating the Capital’s architecture and inviting...

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Maxim’s Casino

Maxims Casino is quietly tucked away on Palace Gate, just next to Hyde Park, so much so you could easily miss its opulent gating and the tall and slim stately building that houses gambling thrills and fine dining. Entering, it has an understated almost secretive atmosphere; a hideaway for those...

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Inside Out

Over Pixar’s long and (barring some significant Cars shaped holes) transcendent run as the critical darlings of the animation, the studio has steadily built a reputation on making films that are aimed as much at adults as much as children. In some ways it’s possible to question whether Inside Out...

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D.I.Y.

‘The loo won’t flush!’ the Small One’s voice comes squeaking down the corridor. I look at American Mom but she doesn’t appear to have heard him. I go to the Small One’s rescue and find that his claim is valid. When I return to the kitchen, a plunger and a...

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Venice Today

Venice has always been a disaster away from a disaster. This classiest of cities consists of about 120 or so small islands interconnected backwards and forwards by endless canals and the odd bridge. I doubt if you had proposed it today it would have attracted much inward investment. Its entire...

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Rugby World Cup 2015 action goes Underground in deal with ITV

Transport for London (TfL) has teamed up with broadcaster ITV to bring London commuters live news and updates from the Rugby World Cup 2015 as part of a commercial partnership that will generate revenue to reinvest in the transport network. The partnership will ensure that customers will not miss out...

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