Iconic Women: South Place Hotel Supports Art
The exhibition, part of a series of guest installations, was created by Laurence M White to celebrate iconic women throughout history...
Staff Picks: Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Grease at the Dominion
I watched Grease for the first time when I was very young. I still remember falling in love with Sandy in black leather and modelling my walk after Da
The Garden Cinema: Return to a Bygone Era
CUT TO- INT. LOBBY – EVENING An Art Deco facade, warm light emanating from tri-cone shaped sconces, plush chairs, soft carpets and just tw
Trimalchio in West London
You may not have heard that word before. ‘Trimalchio.’ It goes back to a 1st century play by Pelonius. It belonged to a slave who escapes bo
‘Agatha’, at The Pleasance Theatre
Downstairs at The Pleasance Theatre is a small room with limited stage space. Down here, a compelling and larger than life story is being told, one th
The Montcalm East
Shoreditch, East London in the middle of the night during that other, more gaudy, sensual rush hour...
Young Stationers’ Annual Dinner 2018
Surrounded by the opulent stained glass of Stationers’ Hall, the attendees celebrated the accomplishments of all shortlisted for the Young Stationer
ENTER TO WIN: Our National Gallery ‘Monochrome’ Competition!
Londnr Magazine is delighted to announce a new competition with The National Gallery, running from the 20th of November until the 20th of December! Th
E4’s New Show: Gap Year
The new eight part romantic drama is set to air this Thursday 23rd of February, and follows a motley crew of travellers, covering Asia, heartbreak and
‘WHERE THE PANCAKES ARE’ Pop-Up
We stopped by the recent pop-up event at HABITAT in the heart of Chelsea, where the restaurants founder, Patricia Trijbits, welcomed us with open arms