At a time when everyone has an opinion about Brexit and national policy, First Floor Presents brings Sam Steiner’s dystopian drama, Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons, to London’s Barons Court Theatre from the 6th of May 2019.
Tsinandali Festival announcement at Verbier Festival
The London Journalist was honoured to send Laurenzo W. Mefsut, overseas to report on the 2018 Verbier Festival and attend a culturally important press conference held by the Tsinandali Festival, Georgia.
The London Journalist was treated to a tailor-made adventure outside the capital led by Vespucci Adventures, a new company that provides expertly curated adventure guides for day trips close to London and weekend sojourns further afield.
Joined by interior designer Ash Chawla of Duke of Design, The London Journalist was invited to the unveiling of The Boathouse London in partnership with MADE.COM, a stunning 60-foot widebeam barge and boutique hotel on water.
The London Journalist's Christabel Milbanke was delighted to attend the launch of Royal Salute's exquisite new 28 Year Old Kew Palace Edition, the latest in its annual Flask Collection, at Kew Gardens.
Last night The London Journalist was honoured to attend the first ever Tempus Earth Conservation Gala, hosted by our friends at Tempus Magazine and sponsored by Isle of Man UNESCO Biosphere, WaterBear Network and Volopa at the Dorchester London in aid of the WWF.
Through the Looking Glass: The Shard, Shangri-La and Swarovski
The London Journalist was given the ultimate hump day treat with an exclusive invitation to a day of champagne and luxe exploration, all seen through the pristine lenses of Swarovski OPTIK’s new CL Companion binoculars.
The London Journalist sent writer Sophie Naufal down to the Paris E-Prix in a DS 7 CROSSBACK SUV to meet the all-British driver team (Sam Bird and Alex Lynn) and to become more familiar with the DS brand vision for the future..
Literati and sybarites unite at Beaverbrook House, the recently redeveloped 18-bedroomed Surrey manor extolling the finest of British virtues; class, elegance, eccentricity and utterly unrepentant excess...
The London Journalist was excited to check out Minimix at Hotel Megaro, King's Cross, a time-travelling TARDIS-like concept bar that transforms a boring hotel reception desk into a 24-hour time-travelling ‘social-minibar’.
On a cold and rainy London evening, The London Journalist visited the Churchill Winter Terrace at the Hyatt Regency Hotel for some much needed war-time enliveners and some of the best oysters in town...