Esca Clapham Re-Launches

Last week we were in Clapham for the much anticipated re-launch of Esca based on Clapham High Street. Previously serving as a delicatessen for 12 years, the establishment had been closed for four months for a makeover. It’s now a restaurant and bar that’s going to be a great addition to Clapham. The interior, designed […]

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Jerwood Drawing Prize Exhibition 2016

Earlier this year we went to the Jerwood Painting Fellowships Exhibition at Jerwood Space in Union Street, Borough – a brilliant exhibition by up-and-coming artists.  From 14th September – 23rd October the gallery features entries from another competition – Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016. Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition […]

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SW4 Festival – Clapham

SW4 has been welcoming some the worlds very best DJ’s and live electronic acts for 12 years and has established itself as one of Europe’s best electronic music festivals. After a 2015 that raised the bar to another level by unveiling a massive 10,000 capacity indoor main stage, the largest ever on Clapham Common, it’s […]

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The Fan Museum – Greenwich

One of the great things about London is its museums. Everyone knows about the famous ones that are on the main tourist trail, but we also have dozens of small and lesser-known museums, dedicated to more specialist and unusual themes. A great example of this is The Fan Museum in Greenwich, which showcases fans dating […]

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Mercato Metropolitano – Borough

We were invited to the preview evening of Mercato Metropolitano (MM), an exciting new food market featuring the best of Italian food and more. Following the success of a similar market in Turin, founder Andrea Rasca wanted to bring the concept to London. The idea is simple – bring together the quality products of small […]

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South London’s Olympics

Is it really four years since London hosted the Olympic Games? I’m sure we all have vivid memories of London 2012 and the excitement we experienced as Team GB put on their best performance. Our athletes will shortly be off to Rio de Janeiro for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad; we wish them every […]

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South London Bike Rides – The Waterlink Way

I’m what you might call a fair-weather cyclist – I don’t commute, don’t ride in bad weather and I don’t like main roads. You’d think that London was not a good place for cyclists like me then, but you’d be wrong. In fact there are miles and miles of cycle routes in south London which […]

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