Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Windsor: Double/Twin or Family Room for Two with Breakfast and Option for Buffet Dinner at 4* De Vere Beaumont Estate From £89

The Hotel

Sitting on the banks of River Thames, the four-star De Vere Beaumont Estate awaits travellers in a vivid area surrounded by a cluster of scenic parks.
Guests are welcomed to spacious rooms decorated in neutral colour tones and kitted out with LCD TVs, laptop-size safes and en suite bathroom facilities.
Using locally sourced produce, the two on-site restaurants serve a wide range of traditional plates including steaks and seafood.
After a long day of exploring, tourists may relax at the indoor pool while swimming a few lengths or reclining on the sun loungers.

What You Get

Included in all options:

  • Double/twin room for two or family room for three or four people, as per option chosen
  • Breakfast

Included in dedicated options:

  • Two-course buffet menu

Policies and Fees

  • Selected dates of stay cannot be modified once booked; valid only for night(s) purchased
  • 5-day cancellation notice required prior to check-in, otherwise, reservation is non-refundable
  • Rates may vary by date and are subject to availability
  • No city tax
  • Travel window: until 30 Apr 2019


  • On-site restaurants and bar
  • Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary parking
  • Pets not allowed
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Windsor and Maidenhead: Double Room for Two with Breakfast, Bubbly and Optional Dinner at The Christopher

Windsor and Maidenhead: Double Room with Breakfast

The Christopher

Located in the heart of Eton, The Christopher awaits visitors close to local attractions such as The Windsor Castle and LEGOLAND®, among others. The inn dates back to 1711 and offers modern accommodation with a touch of history.
Guests can unwind in one of the spacious rooms which come fitted out with laptop safes and power showers. The rooms feature classic-style decor and light colour tones.
Dining opportunities may be enjoyed at an on-site restaurant available for private lunches and dinners. The restaurant serves up authentic British cuisine and offers a long list of wines.  

Guide to Windsor

Holidaymakers may visit Windsor Castle, the Queen’s official residence, which opens its grand doors for visitors to explore the treasure-rich state apartments, St. George’s Chapel, and the Drawings Gallery, currently exhibiting photographic portraits of the Queen. 
Travellers may also explore the famous Windsor Great Park, laced in history and legend, and look out for the ghost of a hunter riding a black stallion who is said to haunt the rolling acres. Guests can also wind through Berkshire on a river cruise down the Thames, or paddle down on a rowing boat if feeling energetic.

What You Get

Included in all options:

  • Stay for two in a standard double room with full English breakfast and a glass of bubbly on arrival

Included in dedicated options:

  • Three-course dinner (served on the first night of stay)

Policies and Fees

  • Reservation is non-refundable
  • Rates may vary by date and are subject to availability
  • No city tax
  • Travel window: until 31 Mar 2019


  • Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 11am
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary secure parking available  * Dogs allowed at £10 per stay supplement, paid directly to the hotel 

FORTNUM & MASON - Heaven-Scent for Mother's Day 🌹

The Scents of the Season
Something smells good – that must be because it’s National Fragrance Week. Whether it’s our aromatic Countess Grey, beautiful Rose Biscuits, or of course, our incredible perfume collection, there’s no better time to tickle your mum’s nose, eyes and tastebuds with something sweet-smelling from Fortnum’s.

Monday, 18 March 2019

National Gallery - Sorolla is now open! ☀

FORTNUM & MASON - Extraordinary NEW Easter Eggs! 🐰


Good Eggs All Round
There have been some eggs-traordinary occurrences on the Fortnum’s farmyard this year: from delicately hand-painted delights to truffle-stuffed papier-mâché creations, our master chocolatiers have hatched a truly magical brood for 2019. Let the hunt for your favourite begin...

Greenwich Market - To the Best Mum Ever ❤

Mother's Day is only a few days away
(31st March), so here are some treats to enjoy together!

Greenwich Market - a perfect place to spoil your mum. Gorgeous gifts, tasty food, irresistible cakes and amazing attractions! 
When was the last you made something? This workshop is the fun way to get creative. Bring a friend and enjoy! Your mum will love it! £3 per workshop. 
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Rivington Greenwich restaurant
Lilikas's Treat macarons
Greenwich Grind restaurant-bar
Laura Lees Morgan jewellery
From Rivington Greenwich restaurant to cocktails at recently opened Greenwich Grind to Lilika's Treats and jewellery from our market designer-maker Laura Lees Morgan.
Treat your Mother to a visit to the newly restored Painted Hall. From this Saturday 23rd March.

2 FesTeaVal Tea Festival Tickets @ Tobacco Docks

£12 instead of £30 for two tickets to FesTeaVal tea festival on the 13th or 14th April at Tobacco Docks - discover a new brew and save 60%

London: Club or Deluxe Double Room for Two with Breakfast and Dinner at 4* The Colonnade Hotel - From £85 A Night

London: 4* Stay with Dinner

The Hotel

The Colonnade Hotel is a four-star boutique hotel situated among the terraced houses of Little Venice, close to Warwick Avenue tube station. The picturesque area is conveniently located only 10 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of central London, including Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.
The hotel offers comfortable accommodation in air-conditioned bedrooms featuring en suite bathrooms, Egyptian cotton bed linen, flat-screen TVs, minibars, hospitality trays, slippers, bathrobes and toiletries.
The Colonnade BANU Restaurant awaits travellers with Persian cuisine mixed with a touch of European charm, while the lobby with sofas and fresh flowers is a good place to relax.

What You Get

Included in all options:

  • Club Double Room or Deluxe Double Room for 2 people
  • English breakfast


  • One-course dinner
  • Two-course dinner with a glass of wine

Policies and Fees

  • Reservations are non-refundable
  • No cancellations or modifications allowed
  • Rates may vary by date and are subject to availability
  • No city tax
  • Travel window: until 31 May 2019


  • On-site restaurant and bar
  • Check-in from 2pm, check-out by 11am
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Street parking nearby, charges apply

Displate is a magnet-mounted metal print - London Skyline

Displate is a magnet-mounted metal print. It’s durable, it’s steel. And you don’t need any power tools to hang it. Unlike any other home decor stores, our in-house production means we have control over the quality of every single product.

Say goodbye to paper posters and welcome our 21st-century wall art canvas – unique art prints on metal. Play your walls, create your own collections and show what really drives you!

3 Sizes 

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35.4'' x 25.2'' XL

26.6'' x 18.9'' Large

17.7'' x 12.6'' Medium

The Cinema Museum - Blonde Venus (1932), The Prowler (1951), Hyperbolae of Youth (1956), Don’t Lose Your Head (1967)

Blonde Venus (1932) March 19th,

The Prowler (1951) March 20th,

Hyperbolae of Youth (1956) March 22nd,

Don’t Lose Your Head (1967) March 23rd,

Passport to Pimlico (1949) March 29th
Women & Cocaine Presents Blonde Venus (1932) Tue 19 March 2019 @ 7.30pm
The third edition of Women & Cocaine Presents shines its spotlight on Hollywood’s Queen of Cool, Marlene Dietrich. The pioneer of androgyny, her bold, sexual tease behind the haute couture gender switching was designed to be both titilating and subversive. A revolutionary who ate men for breakfast, and women for dessert.
In Blonde Venus she plays Helen Faraday, a nightclub singer turned housewife who, when her husband gets sick and needs money for a life changing operation in Europe, resumes her singing career to raise the cash. It is during this time she meets and becomes the mistress of a rich playboy (Cary Grant) who offers to pay the husband's hospital bills...
Reserved tickets £10.02 available from Eventbrite. Tickets will also be available on the door on the night.
Kennington Noir presents
The Prowler (1951)
Wed 20 March 2019 @ 7.30pm
Californian housewife Susan Gilvray (Evelyn Keyes) finds a prowler outside her house late one night and she calls the police. Officer Webb Garwood (Van Heflin) and his partner answer the call but do not find anyone. Later, Webb returns to Susan’s house with the pretext of checking if everything is OK...
Joe Losey made this noir, with some quite racy content for 1951, in America before moving to Europe in 1953 to avoid the HUAC witch hunts. Tickets £6.
Get tickets here
Screening of Hyperbolae of Youth (1956) Fri 22 March 2019 @ 7pm
The London East Asia Film Festival has organised a pre-Festival screening of Hyperbolae of Youth (1956) to celebrate 100 Years of Korean Cinema.
Myeong-ho, a middle school teacher who had grown up in poverty, and Bu-nam, the first son of the president of a trading company, attend the same university. A doctor suggests that Bu-nam, who is sick due to overeating, and Myeong-ho, who suffers from malnutrition, should switch life styles for two weeks. Tickets: £10 for adults, £8 for concessions.
Get tickets here
Screening of Don’t Lose Your Head (1967) Sat 23 March 2019 @ 5pm
Also known as Carry On… Don’t Lose Your Head, this is the team’s take on the French Revolution. Two English noblemen, Sir Rodney Ffing (Sid James) and Lord Darcy (Jim Dale) take it upon themselves to aid members of the French aristocracy. Sir Rodney, a master of disguise, becomes “The Black Fingernail”, scourge of Citizen Camembert (Kenneth Williams) and Citizen Bidet (Peter Butterworth), leaders of the French secret police.
Unfortunately, the evening event with Tyler Butterworth is now sold out.
Get £5 tickets here
Brexit Memories, including screening of Passport to Pimlico (1949)
Fri 29 March 2019 @ 3pm & 6.30pm
“What were you doing on Brexit Day?” – whether you voted in or out, come and make some positive memories at The Cinema Museum!! Join us to mark the day by visiting the Museum; meeting up with friends and neighbours; watching the marvellous Ealing Comedy, Passport to Pimlico (1949, U classification) – where a part of London is found to be part of Burgundy, France; AND enjoy some treats and topical hospitality!
Children and Families: Brexit Tea Party – 15.00 – 18.00 (relaxed screening at 16.00)
Grown Ups: Burgundian Brexit – 18.30 – 22.00 (screening at 20.00)
Entry is free as are many of the treats – but you will need to book because demand for tickets will be high and space is limited. You can book via the eventbrite pages:
Brexit Tea Party – 15.00 – 18.00
Burgundian Brexit – 18.30 – 22.00