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Top 10 Things To Do In The Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea

Top 10 Things To Do In The Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea

Top tips sourced from Londonist readers.
Calling All Ladyboys: The Mango Tree Annual Beauty Pageant

Calling All Ladyboys: The Mango Tree Annual Beauty Pageant

Have you got what it takes to be Princess (or Prince) of Mango Tree?
London Cigar Scene: JJ Fox & Robert Lewis

London Cigar Scene: JJ Fox & Robert Lewis

Josper Grilling @ Caxton Grill, St Ermin's Hotel, St James's

Josper Grilling @ Caxton Grill, St Ermin's Hotel, St James's

Josper grilled goodness in a four star setting @ Caxton Grill, St Ermin's Hotel
Exhibition Review: London Walls, New Graffiti and Street Art Photography

Exhibition Review: London Walls, New Graffiti and Street Art Photography

Photos of graffiti on show at the ICA until 27 February.
Brunch With A Gospel Choir And A Stunning View @ Millbank Tower

Brunch With A Gospel Choir And A Stunning View @ Millbank Tower

A new “brunch experience” combines live gospel music, amazing views of London and a menu of American style breakfast and lunchtime dishes.
New Restaurant Review: Inamo St James

New Restaurant Review: Inamo St James

Endangered Species Sculptures Under Threat In Victoria

Endangered Species Sculptures Under Threat In Victoria

Can an emergency listing application to English Heritage save the Triptych?
Win An Overnight Stay With Dinner At The Cavendish London

Win An Overnight Stay With Dinner At The Cavendish London

A competition to celebrate the new Spring Menu at Jermyn Street's only hotel (sponsored post).
Win A Night's Stay At DoubleTree By Hilton London - Westminster Hotel

Win A Night's Stay At DoubleTree By Hilton London - Westminster Hotel

Quiet urban luxury in a prime location (sponsored post)
Pair Of London Projects Make Carbuncle Cup Shortlist

Pair Of London Projects Make Carbuncle Cup Shortlist

Two schemes considered for architecture's equivalent of the Razzies.
Theatre Review: The Tempest @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Review: The Tempest @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

If you can embrace the play’s sugary, sentimental moments, Fiennes’ performance is a damn good ‘un and well worth catching if you can.
Ticket Alert: London Harvest Festival Late

Ticket Alert: London Harvest Festival Late

Mellow fruitfulness, massive pumpkins, vegetable instruments and Wisley cider.
Secrets And Spies: Late At Churchill War Rooms

Secrets And Spies: Late At Churchill War Rooms

Can you complete the secret mission?
Fringe Benefits: Jermyn Street Theatre

Fringe Benefits: Jermyn Street Theatre

A miniature 70 seater on Piccadilly's affluent thoroughfare.
Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

London, meet some scientists. Scientists, meet London.
In Pictures: Student Protest Against Tuition Fees

In Pictures: Student Protest Against Tuition Fees

Live Weekend Preview: Shunt At ICA

Live Weekend Preview: Shunt At ICA

Free live performance of every ilk infiltrates the ICA from Wednesday till Sunday.
Art Review: Maro Gorky @ Long & Ryle

Art Review: Maro Gorky @ Long & Ryle

New art inspired by Hockney in Pimlico
Cyclists To Hold Parliament Square Protest Ahead of CycleSafe Debate

Cyclists To Hold Parliament Square Protest Ahead of CycleSafe Debate

A flash protest this Wednesday to ask Parliament to make cycling better for all.
The Ghost Of Sylvia Plath Haunts Doonreagan

The Ghost Of Sylvia Plath Haunts Doonreagan

New play about living with the death of the poet.
Scratch To Stage in 48 Hours: Showtime Challenge Does The Boyfriend

Scratch To Stage in 48 Hours: Showtime Challenge Does The Boyfriend

Charitable challenges don't come much more madcap or musical than this.
Theatre Review: Betrayal @ The Comedy Theatre

Theatre Review: Betrayal @ The Comedy Theatre

Eschewing the clichés of high drama, Ian Rickson’s excellent production of Pinter's 1978 play remains solidly down to earth, accurate and honest.
Theatre Review: Birthday @ Royal Court

Theatre Review: Birthday @ Royal Court

This laugh-out-loud play by Joe Penhall makes you think about what it would be like if men had children instead of women.
What's for Lunch? Mint Leaf, Haymarket

What's for Lunch? Mint Leaf, Haymarket

A new and fanciful menu reviewed at contemporary Indian restaurant, Mint Leaf
Much-Lauded Chimerica Transfers To The West End

Much-Lauded Chimerica Transfers To The West End

Tiananmen tale moves to Harold Pinter Theatre.
Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Look out for the "mighty 6-headed jazz comedy beast" lurking in The Horne Section
West London Councils Combine Library Forces

West London Councils Combine Library Forces

Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea councils hail move to save local libraries - but the news isn't as good as they claim.
Victoria Tube Station To Get Huge Revamp

Victoria Tube Station To Get Huge Revamp

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General Mondayness from around the capital.
New Restaurant Review:  Bar Boulud

New Restaurant Review: Bar Boulud

2012 Beach Volleyball Venue Gets Planning Permission

2012 Beach Volleyball Venue Gets Planning Permission

Westminster City Council has given a thumbs up to the 2012 beach volleyball arena for Horse Guards Parade.
An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

Golem transfers to the West End.
Tour Of Britain Cycle Race Back In Central London

Tour Of Britain Cycle Race Back In Central London

After the Papal visit bumped it east to Newham last year, the Tour of Britain will race its final leg round Westminster on 18 September 2011.
Farce In Court As GLA Tries To Clear Democracy Village

Farce In Court As GLA Tries To Clear Democracy Village

Democracy Village - The Sequel

Democracy Village - The Sequel

Chefspective: Tom Aikens

Chefspective: Tom Aikens

Big Ben Clock Face Repairs

Big Ben Clock Face Repairs

Preview: Medieval Magic Walks

Preview: Medieval Magic Walks

A Loaf of Love for Your Dad from Poilâne

A Loaf of Love for Your Dad from Poilâne

The Friday Photo: Tributes To Brian Haw

The Friday Photo: Tributes To Brian Haw

There's talk of a blue plaque but tributes to the peace campaigner are proliferating at his former protest camp site
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Lions of London #29

Lions of London #29

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